Town Notices


Land Development Code Workshop

The Town of Indian River Shores is holding a workshop to discuss potential changes to the Town’s Land Development Code. The workshop will be held at Town Hall in Council Chambers on November 14, 2023 at 10:00 am. Please feel free to contact Town Manager Jim Harpring at 772-231-1771 or if you have any questions.

Meeting Agenda: November 14, 2023 - LDC Workshop Agenda

Surveillance Camera Database

The Town of Indian River Shores residents and business-owners who own video security systems can help the Indian River Shores Public Safety Department by allowing detectives to view stored video. Video of traffic passing in front of a certain location can provide crucial information to detectives, even if a crime occurred outside of the Town. The Indian River Shores Public Safety Department maintains a confidential database of security cameras that may capture information that can be used in a criminal investigation. Information about participants in the program will remain anonymous. For more information contact Neve Hall at (772)231-2451, or by e-mail at
security cameras

National Flood Protection Information

Please click here for information on National Flood Protection. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to
the Town’s CRS Coordinator & Floodplain Administration Denise Boehning at 772-532-4536.

Stormwater Information

Please click here for Stormwater information and the Town of Indian River Shores NPDES/Illicit Discharge Program.

Hurricane Season starts June 1st

Please click here for hurricane preparedness information.

Flood Insurance Technical Assistance

Please click here to review the letter.

Sea Turtle Nesting Season

Notice effective - March 1, 2023 – October 31, 2023
Please click here for important information regarding rules during Sea Turtle Nesting Season


During this time of year, our streets and sidewalks become very crowded. Please be aware of your surroundings when driving, biking, running and walking. If you are riding a bike on the sidewalk, Florida law requires that a bicyclist yield the right-of-way to any pedestrian and use an audible signal (bell, horn, etc…) before overtaking and passing a pedestrian. For more information please see the link to Florida Statute 316.2065 for Bicycle Regulations. You may also call the Public Safety Department at 772-231-2451 for more information.

Please Contact Us With Any Questions:

(772) 231-1771
(General Information)
(Building Department)