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Holiday closings | Christmas

Christmas holiday closings

The following is a list of closings for south Pinellas County for the Christmas holiday.

GOVERNMENT

All federal offices will be closed Friday.

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

City of St. Petersburg offices will be closed Friday.

City of Pinellas Park offices will be closed Friday.

City of Seminole offices will be closed Friday.

City of Gulfport offices will be closed Friday.

City of St. Petersburg police stations will be closed, but emergency services will continue to run.

POST OFFICES, MAIL DELIVERY

All post offices will be closed Friday.

BUSES

All PSTA buses will operate on a Sunday schedule on Friday.

BANKS

All banks will be closed Friday.

COURTS

Federal courts will be closed Friday.

State and county courts will be closed Friday.

SCHOOLS

All Pinellas County schools will be closed until Jan. 4.

St. Petersburg College will be closed Thursday and Friday.

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

Eckerd College will be closed Thursday and Friday.

LIBRARIES

All south Pinellas libraries will close at 6 p.m. today. Libraries will be closed through Dec. 27 except the Main Library, which will be open Dec. 27 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

GARBAGE COLLECTION

City of St. Petersburg residential Thursday collection will be made on Wednesday. Friday collection will be made on Thursday. Brush sites will be closed Christmas Day.

Christmas holiday closings 12/22/09 [Last modified: Tuesday, December 22, 2009 3:02pm]
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