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UPDATED 11-6-17
  • The cell tower provider has obtained the permit as of 11-6-17! Datapath Communications has been actively involved since early 2015 in siting and construction of the 115' tower area just northeast of the Town's Maintenance/Garage building, and the tower will be on the southeast quarter of that plot. It will be built to the highest safety standards and will be as esthetically pleasing as possible.  Please see the page on this website devoted solely to this matter  
  • We are pleased to report that the Town successfully competed for and was awarded two grants that will cover roughly 75% of the $1.4 million project to correct flooding and drainage issues along Old Winter Beach Road. 
  • The Council approved a Proclamation Supporting a Drug-Free Environment at the 10-28-17 meeting that was requested by an 11-year old Corporal Young Marine who belongs to the Atlantic Coast Young Marines, a group that is extremely active in educating the communities in Florida, young and old, about the dangers of drugs, alcohol and tobacco.
  • You are welcome to participate in a Residential Shredding Event (click left) 11-18-17 from Indian River County Solid Waste District.
  • Watering restrictions using City water (non-reuse) limits lawn sprinklers based on Daylight Savings Time changes.  Please find detailed information on the Utility Information page of our website.
  • Indian River Shores is a SAFE city in Florida!  This article in the TC Palm on May 4, 2016 shows the results by Alarm System Reviews, a Virginia-based security industry website.  Safewise, another company that calculates safety using FBI Uniform Crime Reports, rated it as #2 in October 2017, as does Niche as #2 safest place to live in Florida.  Our residents are safe, well cared for and well protected thanks to the Town's Public Safety Department's triple-certified police, fire and paramedic/EMT staff.

  • Turtle nesting season runs from March 1 and continues through October 31.  Please see this page with details. 
  • Remember to check for information about the electric utility rate relief issue with the City of Vero Beach on this page.  Our residents north of Old Winter Beach Road are served by FPL, and the other two thirds are served by the City of Vero Beach Electric. 
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