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Monday is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

MLK Day closings in St. Petersburg


Federal, state, county and city offices will be closed.


Will be closed and there will be no mail delivery


PSTA buses will operate on a normal schedule.


St. Petersburg garbage collection: Monday collections will be on Tuesday; Tuesday collections will be on Wednesday.

Largo garbage collection: Monday's collection will be on Tuesday; Tuesday and Thursday's collection will be on Wednesday; and Friday's collection will be on Thursday.

Gulfport garbage collection: Monday's collection will be on Thursday; Thursday's collection will be on Wednesday.

Kenneth City, Seminole, Pinellas Park, St. Pete Beach, Belleair Beach, and South Pasadena will have no change in garbage collection.


Pinellas County public schools, St. Petersburg College, the Uni­versity of South Florida St. Petersburg, and Eckerd College will be closed.


Great Explo­rations, Sunken Gardens, the Dalí Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts will be open.


Closed to the public are: Municipal Services Center downtown; Boyd Hill Nature Preserve; the Greenhouse (formerly Business Assistance Center); Coliseum box office and business offices; Enoch Davis Center; Jamestown Apartments and Townhomes office, and Dwight H. Jones Neighborhood Center; public libraries; Campbell Park; Childs Park, Frank Pierce, Wildwood, Bay Vista, and Azalea recreation centers; and the Sunshine Center.

MLK Day closings in St. Petersburg 01/16/14 [Last modified: Thursday, January 16, 2014 3:36pm]
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