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Holiday closings in Hillsborough County

Holiday closings


All federal and state offices will be closed today.

County offices will be closed today.

City offices, except police and fire departments, will be closed today.


Federal, state and county courts will be closed today.


There will be no HART service today, including HARTplus and the TECO Line Streetcar System.


International Plaza, WestShore Plaza, University Mall, Westfield Citrus Park and Westfield Brandon will be closed today.


City of Tampa residential and commercial trash will not get picked up today. Today's route will be picked up Saturday.

Temple Terrace will have no residential or commercial collection today. Green-bin recycling normally picked up today will be collected at the next regularly scheduled garbage pickup.

The Hillsborough County Solid Waste Management Department will not have collection today. Collection will be on the next scheduled pickup day.


Verizon offices and stores will be closed today.

Tampa Electric offices will be closed today.

People's Gas offices will be closed today.


All post offices will be closed today and there will be no mail delivery.


Hillsborough County public schools will be closed through Jan. 1.

The University of South Florida will be closed today.

The University of Tampa will be closed through Jan. 3.

Hillsborough Community College will be closed through Jan. 3


Hillsborough County libraries will be closed through Sunday.


All banks will be closed today.


The Florida Aquarium will be closed today.

Busch Gardens will be open 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. today.

The Museum of Science and Industry will be open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. today.

Lowry Park Zoo will be closed today.

The Tampa Museum of Art will be closed until Feb. 6.


Hillsborough County Recreation Centers will be closed today.

In the county, only Flatwoods, John B. Sargeant and Trout Creek parks will be open today.

City of Tampa community centers, art studios and pools will be closed today. City parks will be open normal operating hours.

Holiday closings in Hillsborough County 12/22/09 [Last modified: Thursday, December 24, 2009 10:20pm]
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