Santa Claus is trading in his bright red sleigh for a bright red fire truck as he prepares to swing by a variety of Santa Claus Lanes around the city of Clearwater. Santa will be making appearances

‘You Better Watch Out’ Santa Claus Is Coming to Clearwater

CLEARWATER, Fla. – Santa Claus is trading in his bright red sleigh for a bright red fire truck as he prepares to swing by a variety of Santa Claus Lanes around the city of Clearwater. Santa will be making appearances around town on Dec. 17th and 18th from 6 to 8 p.m., waving to boys and girls as he passes by on a Clearwater Fire & Rescue fire engine, escorted by elves from the Clearwater Police Department. He will be cruising around neighborhoods being followed by Clearwater’s jolliest trolley, the Jolley Trolley, filled with physically distanced mask-wearing special guests – spreading holiday cheer around the entire community.

Dec. 17th and 18th from 6 to 8 p.m., waving to boys and girls as he passes by on a Clearwater Fire & Rescue fire engine, escorted by elves from the Clearwater Police Department. He will be cruising around neighborhoods being followed by Clearwater's jolliest tro

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and to keep everyone safe, Jolly Ol’ St. Nick asks everyone to gather safely (physically distanced) in their driveways and yards and cheer loudly as he comes by. Please maintain 6 feet of safe distance from neighbors or people who don’t live in your home. Face masks are also encouraged.

The following are the city’s recreation centers closest to the neighborhoods that Santa will visit:

Thursday, Dec. 17

  • The Morningside Recreation Complex neighborhood, 2600 Harn Blvd.
  • The Long Center neighborhood, N. 1501 Belcher Road
  • The Countryside Recreation Center neighborhood, 2640 Sabal Springs Drive

Friday, Dec. 18

  • The Clearwater Beach Recreation Center neighborhood, 69 Bay Esplanade
  • The North Greenwood Recreation Center neighborhood, 900 N. MLK Jr. Ave.
  • The Ross Norton Recreation Center neighborhood, 1426 S. MLK Jr. Ave.
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