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Christmas Eve, Christmas Day closings

Christmas Eve, Christmas Day closings

The following will be closed today and Saturday, unless noted.

Government

Federal, state and county offices: closed today.

Courts

County courts: closed today.

Federal courts: The clerk's office is closed today.

State courts: closed today.

Buses and Streetcars

Buses: HART and HARTPlus will operate on a Saturday schedule today and a Sunday schedule on Saturday.

TECO Line Streetcar System: From 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. today. No service on Saturday.

SHOPPING MALLS

International Plaza, WestShore Plaza, Westfield Citrus Park, Westfield Brandon and University Mall: open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. today and closed Saturday.

Garbage Collection

The city of Tampa, Temple Terrace and the Hillsborough County Solid Waste Management Department: normal pickup schedule today. No garbage or recycling pickup on Saturday. County residents scheduled for Saturday can set out twice as much garbage on Wednesday.

Post Offices, Mail Delivery

Post offices: open from 8:30 a.m. to noon, and until 7 p.m. at the airport today; mail delivery. Closed on Saturday; no mail delivery.

LIBRARIES

Closed today through Sunday.

Schools

Hillsborough County public schools, Hillsborough Community College, University of Tampa, University of South Florida: closed today.

Banks

Limited operating hours today.

Attractions, Museums

Attractions: the Tampa Museum of Art, the Florida Aquarium, Busch Gardens and Lowry Park Zoo open today. All except Busch Gardens are closed Saturday.

Christmas Eve, Christmas Day closings 12/23/10 [Last modified: Thursday, December 23, 2010 10:59pm]
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