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Holiday week closings for South Pinellas County

Government offices

All federal offices will be closed Thursday.

All state and county offices will be closed Thursday and Friday.

City of St. Petersburg, Kenneth City, Pinellas Park, Seminole, Gulfport and Largo offices will be closed Thursday and Friday.

Pinellas County Animal Services will be closed Thursday and Friday.

Courts

Federal, state and county courts will be closed Thursday and Friday.

Buses and streetcars

On Thursday, all PSTA buses will operate on a Sunday/holiday schedule.

Garbage collection

City of St. Petersburg will not have residential pickup Thursday. Thursday's route will be picked up one day earlier, today.

City of Seminole residential trash will not be picked up on Thursday. Service will resume on the next regularly scheduled service day.

City of Pinellas Park has no changes in residential trash pickup.

City of Gulfport residential trash will not be picked up Thursday. Thursday's route will be picked up one day earlier, today.

Post offices, mail delivery

All post offices will be closed Thursday. There will be no mail delivery.

Schools

All Pinellas County public schools will be closed until Nov. 26.

St. Petersburg College will be closed Thursday and Friday.

University of South Florida St. Petersburg will be closed Thursday and Friday.

Eckerd College will be closed Thursday and Friday.

Libraries

All library branches will be closed Thursday and Friday. The West Community Library at St. Petersburg college campus will close early today at 6 p.m. and remain closed Thursday through Sunday.

Malls

International Plaza, Tyrone Square Mall and Westfield Countryside will be closed Thursday.

Local attractions

The Pier will be open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday.

Great Explorations will be closed Thursday.

Sunken Gardens will be closed Thursday.

The Dalí Museum will be closed Thursday.

The Museum of Fine Arts will be closed Thursday.

Banks

Banks will be closed Thursday.

Holiday week closings for South Pinellas County 11/20/12 [Last modified: Tuesday, November 20, 2012 8:39pm]
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