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South Pinellas holiday closings

Memorial Day | Schedule

The following is a list of closings for south Pinellas County on Monday.

Government

Federal, state, county

and city offices: Closed.

Post offices: Closed.

Transportation

PSTA and DART: Holiday

schedule.

Public services

Banks: Closed.

Courts: Not in session.

Schools: Closed.

Libraries: St. Petersburg

Main Library and Seminole Library will be open Sunday

and closed Monday. All other libraries will be closed Sunday and Monday.

Garbage pickup in St. Petersburg and Treasure Island:

Regular Monday pickup will

be Tuesday, regular Tuesday

pickup will be Wednesday. All other residential pickup schedules will remain the same. 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.

Other closings: Facilities closed on Monday include the Mahaffey Theater and Coliseum box offices and administrative offices,

Enoch Davis Center, Boyd Hill Nature Park, Business Assistance Center, Municipal Services

Center, St. Petersburg Police Community Resource Centers, St. Petersburg Fire & Rescue headquarters, City Utility Payment Center, Parking Citation Payment Office, Port of St. Petersburg administrative offices, Albert Whitted Airport administrative offices, recreation and adult centers, Playcamp sites, Recreation

and Parks administrative offices, the Sunshine Center, and the Sunken Gardens business offices. The Sunken Garden attraction will be open.

For water or sewer

emergencies, call the Water Resources Department

at 893-7261.

For police, fire or medical

emergencies, dial 911.

South Pinellas holiday closings 05/20/08 [Last modified: Thursday, October 28, 2010 2:00pm]
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