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Pinellas County is under a fertilizer ban from June 1 through September 30.
Pinellas County has an ordinance in place banning the sale and use of fertilizers that contain nitrogen or phosphorous through September 30, 2018. Both are harmful to wildlife and plants.
Fertilizer applicators and landscape maintenance staff must display ...
In the spirit of our Nation's birthday, we invite you to help clean up the beaches of Indian Shores.
Join your neighbors and friends at the Indian Shores Municipal Center (19305 Gulf Blvd.) on Wednesday, July 5, 2018, from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. to take part in the cleanup. Gloves, bags and water will be provided. Everyone is welcome.
You can register at&...
The 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season begins June 1 and goes through November 30, 2018.
Indian Shores residents are in Evacuation Zone A and should have an evacuation plan in place. You can find helpful information on the Pinellas County Emergency Management website - see http://www.pinellascounty.org/emergency/,
Sea turtle nesting season is underway, and in order to practice superior environmental stewardship, Pinellas County reminds beach residents and visitors to keep conditions safe for sea turtles to thrive.
Female turtles generally nest from early May through August, with turtle eggs typically taking about 60 days to hatch.
Citizens are asked to not pick up hatchlings heading toward the water, to not shine lights or use flash photography. Hatchlings...
The Town of Indian Shores is seeking a highly motivated and service-oriented individual to fill the position of Building Clerk.
The position is responsible for ensuring the efficient operations of the Building Department, see link below for details.
Salary is dependent on qualifications.
For additional information and complete job announcement and application, see this link ...