Parks and beaches will remain open in Pasco County for Memorial Day, but many government service centers will not.
Pasco County government offices, including both the constitutional offices and the courts, will be closed May 26 in observance of the holiday. They will all reopen on May 27.
The tax collector’s office will be closed May 24 and May 26, re-opening May 27.
The libraries will reopen May 26 at their regularly scheduled times.
Parks and recreation centers will be closed May 26, although parks and beaches themselves will remain open.
The Pasco County Animal Services offices, adoption center, intake and reclaim shelter as well as field services will be closed May 26. An animal control officer will be available for emergencies only. All those offices will reopen May 27.
Pasco County Public Transportation will be closed May 26, and will not provide services. They do resume on May 27, however.
Pasco County Resource Recovery Facility and the East Pasco Transfer Station will be closed to the general public on May 26, but will remain open for licensed commercial haulers in the county. Both will reopen to the general public on May 27.
In Hillsborough County, most offices and facilities will be closed on May 26, including government, libraries, recreation centers, head start, senior citizen centers, and nutrition sites.
There will be no solid waste collection in Hillsborough that day, including garbage, recyclables and yard waste, in the unincorporated portion of the county. For those whose collection day falls on Monday, normal service will resume the next scheduled day for pickup.
Regional parks, however, will remain open.
The animal shelter will be closed, but emergency calls can be made to (813) 744-5660.