Pasco County government offices, including the constitutional offices and the courts will be closed on Labor Day, which is Sept. 7. Those offices that are offering limited services due to COVID-19 will reopen on Sept. 8, according to a Pasco County news release.
Also, the courts that are maintaining limited services as a result of the coronavirus pandemic will reopen Sept. 8.
The county’s Parks, Recreation, and Natural Resources’ offices, recreation complexes and community centers also will be closed on Sept. 7. However, parks and beaches will be open, dawn to dusk.
The county’s public transportation, libraries, and animal services shelter and field services will be closed on Sept. 7, too. An animal control officer will be available for emergencies.
The Pasco County Tax Collector’s Office and the Florida Department of Health in Pasco County also will be closed on Labor Day.
Published September 02, 2020