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New Year's closings in Pinellas County

Here's a list of closings and schedule changes for various government offices and services because of New Year's Eve (Friday) and New Year's Day (Saturday).


• All federal, state and county offices will be closed Friday.

• Clearwater, Dunedin, Oldsmar, Tarpon Springs and Safety Harbor city offices will be closed Friday.


Federal, state and county courts will be closed Friday.


All PSTA buses will operate on a regular schedule Friday and will switch to the Sunday/holiday service Saturday. For more information, visit schedules.html


• All Pinellas County public schools are closed until Monday.

• All St. Petersburg College campuses will be closed until Monday.

Garbage collection

• No changes in residential trash pickup for Clearwater, Dunedin, Safety Harbor and Tarpon Springs.

• No New Year's Day pickup in Oldsmar. Next pickup: Wednesday.


Clearwater: All branches will be closed Friday and Saturday.

Dunedin: The library will be closed Friday and Saturday. It will reopen at 1 p.m. Sunday.

Tarpon Springs: The library will be closed Friday through Sunday and will resume regular hours at 10 a.m. Monday.

Oldsmar: The library will be closed Friday through Sunday and will resume regular hours at 9 a.m. Monday.

Safety Harbor: The library will be closed Friday and Saturday and will resume regular hours at 1 p.m. Sunday.

Palm Harbor: The library will be closed Saturday and Sunday and will resume regular hours at 10 a.m. Monday.

Post offices, mail delivery

• Post offices will be open Friday; however, many will shorten retail lobby hours and close at noon. Regular mail delivery will take place; however, collection box pickup times scheduled after noon on these days will be moved to noon.

• All post offices will be closed Saturday.

New Year's closings in Pinellas County 12/28/10 [Last modified: Thursday, December 30, 2010 7:08pm]
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