City Offices Closed September 3 - Holiday Impacts Trash and Recycling Collection Days
St. Petersburg, Fla. (August 29, 2018) – Most St. Petersburg city facilities will be closed on Monday, September 3 for Labor Day including Boyd Hill Nature Preserve, City Hall and Municipal Services Center downtown, libraries, recreation centers, eight neighborhood pools, Enoch Davis Center, Sunshine Center, Dwight H. Jones Neighborhood Center, Jamestown Apartments and Townhomes office, Coliseum, Mahaffey Theater, and Sunken Gardens’ business office.
These city facilities will be OPEN to the public on Monday, September 3:
Three City Golf Courses (Mangrove Bay, Cypress Links, and Twin Brooks);
Municipal beach concession stand (Treasure Island);
Municipal Marina Ship’s Store;
North Shore Aquatic Complex;
Sanitation Department Brush Sites; and
Sunken Gardens' attraction (business office closed Labor Day).
For a complete list of closings online, visit stpete.org/holidays.
Trash and Recycling Collection
During the holiday week, September 3 to 7, changes for trash and recycling pickup days for St. Petersburg residential customers are:
- Monday collections for garbage and recycling will be made on Tuesday.
- Tuesday collections will be Wednesday.
Thursday and Friday collections remain the same. Brush sites will be open on September 3.
For the full list of holidays impacting residential collection days, visit stpete.org/holidayschedule.
St Pete Collects app
Residential customers can download the St. Pete Collects mobile app from their favorite app store or at stpete.org/connect/apps.php – to keep track of trash and curbside recycling collection schedules. St. Pete Collects lets customers set custom email or text reminders, receive schedule changes due to holidays or bad weather and report missed collections, container issues or other concerns from their mobile device. Customers can also look up an item to find out if it’s recyclable or trash using the Waste Wizard, learn about local mobile collection events, and receive tips for a greener lifestyle. For more information about St. Pete Collects, visit www.stpete.org/StPeteCollects.
During the holiday weekend, for water or sewer emergency service, call the Water Resources Department at 727-893-7261. For police, fire, or medical emergencies, dial 9-1-1.
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