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New Year's Day closings in Pinellas County

New Year's Day closings

Government

Courts: Not in session.

Post offices: Closed.

Federal, state and county offices: Closed

All city offices are closed.

Transportation

PSTA and DART: Normal Sunday schedule.

Public services

Banks: Closed

Courts: Not in session

Schools: Closed

Libraries: Check your local library's holiday schedule at the Pinellas County Library Co-operative's Web site www.pplc.us or call your local library.

Garbage pickup: In Gulfport (no brush pickup), Indian Rocks Beach (no newspaper or brush pickup), St. Petersburg and Treasure Island (no recycling), Thursday pickup will be on Wednesday. South Pasadena and Madeira Beach will have normal pick up days. Residents who contract independently with Waste Services of Florida (572-6800), Waste Management (572-8779) or another collection company should call the company for holiday schedule information.

New Year's Day closings in Pinellas County 12/27/08 [Last modified: Thursday, November 4, 2010 2:29pm]
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