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Some Pinellas Parks Scheduled to Reopen Today

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Some county parks that were closed because of Hurricane Hermine are set to be reopened today (Sept. 3).

PINELLAS COUNTY – Officials are scheduled to reopen several Pinellas County parks today (Sept. 3) that were closed because of storm impacts associated with Hurricane Hermine.

Fort De Soto, Weedon Island Preserve, Heritage Village and Fred Howard Park will resume normal operating hours today. John S. Taylor Park reopened Friday afternoon. Lake Seminole Park and War Veterans’ Memorial Park continue to experience power outages and will reopen when power is restored. Sand Key Park will remain closed until further notice because of flooding.

In addition, the Department of Health in Pinellas County has issued a health advisory for Sand Key Park, Indian Rocks Beach and Redington Shores Beach Access parks.

Updates about park re-openings can be found online at pinellascounty.org.

Photo of Fort De Soto park courtesy of Pinellas County.

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Some Pinellas Parks Scheduled to Reopen Today
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Some county parks that were closed because of Hurricane Hermine are set to be reopened today (Sept. 3).
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