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President's Day closings

Government closings

Monday is President's Day. All federal offices will be closed. State, county and city offices will remain open.

Courts

Federal courts will be closed. State and county courts will remain open.

Buses and streetcars

HARTLINE and HARTplus will have service. The TECO Line streetcar will operate as regularly scheduled.

Shopping malls

The following malls will be open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.: West­Shore Plaza, International Plaza, Westfield Citrus Park, Westfield Brandon, University Mall.

Garbage collection

Tampa pickups are unaffected.

Temple Terrace Public Works Department offices will be unaffected.

The Hillsborough County Solid Waste Management Department will have collection.

Utilities

Verizon Customer Service, Verizon Plus and Verizon Wireless stores will be open.

Tampa Electric offices will be open.

Peoples Gas offices will be open.

Post offices, mail delivery

Post offices will be closed. There will be no mail delivery.

Schools

All Hillsborough county public schools will be closed.

Hillsborough Community College Dale Mabry, Ybor City, MacDill, Brandon and South Shore campuses and district office will be closed.

The University of Tampa will be open.

The University of South Florida's campuses will be open.

Libraries

Public libraries will be open.

Banks

All banks will be closed.

Attractions and museums

The Tampa Museum of Art will be closed.

The Florida Aquarium will be open.

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

The Lowry Park Zoo will be open 9:30 to 5 p.m.

Recreation

Ben T. Davis Beach and Picnic Island Beach will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The Sandra W. Freedman Tennis Complex and HCC Tennis complex will be open from 1 to 5 p.m.

Community centers and art studios will be open.

All recreation centers, parks and playgrounds will be open.

President's Day closings 02/14/09 [Last modified: Saturday, February 14, 2009 9:59pm]
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