Open House - You are invited to attend Indian River Shores Public Safety Department's open house on Saturday, March 30. Please click here for the flyer full of information about food, firetrucks, police cars, and vendor booths! All proceeds go to HALO Adoption Center.
5k Torch Run for Special Olympics - The Indian River Shores Public Safety Department is participating in the Torch Run on Saturday, April 13th beginning at 7:30 a.m. Please click here for more information.
Sidewalk & A1A - FDoT plans for a 7' wide bike path, including graphics, are at this link. This was discussed at public meetings November 1, 2018. The plans to install a sidewalk on the East side of A1A were scrapped due to public outcry at the meeting.
The Community Center has been demolished, and is being rebuilt over the next several months.
Construction is well underway, with the exterior and interior painting in process.
FEMA has released the preliminary new Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM). The local risk of flooding has changed and there are steps you can take to protect your home from extensive damage ofen caused by flooding. The 90 day appeal process begins around late April / early May, which is followed by a 6-month adoption/compliance period.The FEMA website has the preliminary maps. The Town maps are in 0232J, 0234J, 0242J, 0253J, and 0261J.
The AT & T array is installed and functional. Residents are encouraged to submit a work order with their carrier if the signal is not better. Having a WiFi router inside your home may help with your connection, if your mobile device(s) are enabled to automatically switch to that secure connection upon entering its range. The Verizon equipment was damaged in shipment, and reordered. We hope to receive it early this spring.
Watering restrictions using City water (non-reuse) limits lawn sprinklers based on Daylight Savings Time changes to twice a week in spring/summer (once a week in fall/winter). Please find detailed information on the Utility Information page of our website.
Turtle nesting season runs from March 1 and continues through October 31. Please see this page with details.
All mail and e-mails received by the Town of Indian River Shores is public information under State law. E-mail should NOT be used for emergency notifications. Under Florida law, mailing addresses and e-mail addresses are public records. If you want to avoid the potential release of your mailing address or e-mail address in response to a public-records request, do not place your mailing address on written documents or send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact us by phone at 772-231-1771.
We respect your email privacy as much as possible. E-mail addressess may be requested as a public record under Florida Statutes Chapter 119. If you do not want your email address to have the potential to become public information, please call us at 772-231-1771, ext. 121 instead.