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Town of Indian Shores
19305 Gulf Boulevard
Indian Shores, FL 33785
727.595.4020
Fax: 727.596.0050
Town Hall Hours:
Monday - Friday
8 am - 4 pm
Email: info@myindianshores.com

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Happenings, Events and Celebrations!
Town Events
  • SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2014 - SAVE THE DATE! LIBRARY 50th ANNIVERSARY BASH (FAB):

    Mark your calendars now for Saturday, November 15, 2014 to join the library volunteers as they host the library's 50th Anniversary Bash.

    Click here to view the flyer for more details and check back often for updates!

    TICKET SALES ARE HAPPENING! Click here for the flyer to find out when YOU can stop in and purchase your tickets - FAB Magnet with ticket purchase while supplies last!


  • SHOW YOUR INDIAN SHORES PRIDE WITH A BEAUTIFUL T-SHIRT: Show your Town pride and support the Armed Forces with a Town of Indian Shores t-shirt for just $14!

    See Elaine or Ann on the third floor in administration to get yours today! Click here to view this beautiful design which incorporates our old building, our new building and seals from the different branches of the armed forces.


  • BECOME PART OF THE PAVEMENT!: The Indian Shores Property Owners Association is taking orders for engraved brick pavers to be inserted in the front walkway of our new Municipal Center. Click here for a flyer and order form and be part of the next "wave" of bricks to come in!


  • DISCOVER PARADISE IN PINELLAS MAY 2014 - JULY 2014: Looking for something fun and interesting to do? Click here for a listing of all kinds of exciting events happening around the county.


Town News & Bulletins
    Town News
  • TOWN COUNCIL MEETINGS are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:00PM at Town Hall. For a look at all upcoming Town meetings please click here to view the Town Calendar.

  • SEAWEED - BEACH WRACK: We have received several inquiries regarding management of the beach wrack. Please click here for an informative article from the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission regarding the management of beach wrack.

  • COSTAL CURRENTS MAGAZINE: Florida Coastal Management Program produces this beautiful and interesting online magazine. Click here for the Spring 2014 edition.

  • COMMUNITY GARDEN: The Town has officially opened our Community Garden. It is located between Whispering Pines and Second Street. If you are interested in participating, please contact Elaine Jackson, Town Clerk, in order to purchase an Earth Box. You can view the video from the Grand Opening of the garden here.

  • STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAM: The Town of Indian Shores is now in its fourth year of a new, federally mandated Stormwater Management Program, and there are ways that you can help. For complete news posting, click here. 

  • NPDES - National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System: Click here to read the Town of Indian Shores Construction Site Stormwater Runoff Control Ordinance. Click here to read the Town of Indian Shores Stormwater Pollution Control Ordinance. These ordinances provide information on what you need to know about "illicit discharges" and the Town's two new ordinances on this important issue. 

    NPDES Annual Report for Indian Shores approved by Department of Environmental Protection. Click here to read an article prepared by the Town's consulting engineer, Robert H. Brotherton, P.E. about our NPDES permit.

  • BICYCLE SAFETY LAW- All bicyclists must travel in the designated bike lane unless traveling the 30 mph speed limit posted on Gulf Boulevard. F.S. 316.2065(5)(a).

    NOTE: My officers will be checking speeds with electronic speed measuring devices and will be enforcing this statute. Chief E.D. Williams

  • Barrier Islands Government Council passes Resolution 2009-1 opposing offshore drilling in State-controlled waters off the coastline of Florida. Click here to read the resolution in its entirety.

The Town of Indian Shores is a special flood hazard area.
Residents are asked to review our flood related web pages.

E-mail addresses are public record under Florida Law and are not exempt from public-records requirements. If you do not want your e-mail address to be subject to being released pursuant to a public-records request do not send electronic mail to this entity.

Instead, contact usby telephone or in writing, via the United States Postal Service.

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