Mayor's Message

Dear Residents and Visitors, 

Please come out and join Keep Pinellas Beautiful and the Town of Indian Shores for the 2023 Great American Cleanup currently scheduled for Saturday, April 15, 8 - 11 a.m.  To read more information or sign up, please visit Eventbright to reserve your spot.

FYI - Current beach conditions are continuing to improve as very low concentrations of Red Tide were observed at monitored locations.

Please visit our Red Tide webpageFlorida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission's (FWC) Red Tide webpage and Pinellas County's Red Tide webpage for more information and updates.

Thank you, have fun and stay safe!

Mayor Patrick C. Soranno

Your Newly Elected Town Officials
Freddie Lozano, CMC, Town Clerk

Come join us in the 4th Floor Council Chambers at Town Hall on Tuesday, March 28, 2023, at 5:00 p.m., to welcome the Town's newly elected officials, Ellen Bauer and Mike Petruccelli. Both will be sworn in for their respective offices of Council Member for a 3-year term. A reception with light refreshments will be served to celebrate the occasion after the meeting is adjourned.

Visit the Election Night Reporting web page of the Pinellas County Supervisor of Elections website to view the official results of the Indian Shores, Florida, March 14, 2023 Municipal Elections.

In Other News

The Town of Indian Shores is in the process of installing parking meters at our Municipal Center and at Mayor Bob McEwen Veteran’s Park. Here’s some information about this change:

  • Parking will be $2.50 per hour. This will become effective Monday, May 1, 2023. Signs will be posted advising of this grace period in order to get the word out about this change. 
  • Meter hours are in effect from 7 a.m. through 5 p.m. seven days a week.
  • Residents may park in designated Permit Parking Only spaces provided they hang their re-entry tag from their rearview mirror. If you do not have a re-entry tag to gain access to the island following an evacuation order, you may obtain one in the Police Department on the second floor. 
  • Veterans displaying a Purple Heart Plate may park for free in any of the metered spaces.

Indian Shores Library
Alice Lawrence, Library Board President

Our next Read and Feed will be on April 20. Featured will be Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus, a book that follows a chemist in the 1960s who doesn't get the respect she deserves. There should be lots to talk about and some cuisine inspired by the food show the heroine ends up hosting. Here’s the flier!

Lessons in Chemistry Read and Feed PNG

Indian Shores Property Owners Association (ISPOA)
Denise Vought, ISPOA President

There were no volunteers/requests to run for the Board; the Board will remain the same for 2023. 

Any ideas/recommendations please come to a meeting and let us know what you might like to see/do. 

Next Happy Hour: 4/12/23 @ Slyce in IRB.

We carry/sell Indian Shores T-Shirts $25.00; Golf style collar embroidered shirts $40.00 please contact our Secretary Josie to place an order/pick up a shirt or two or more😁

Have an excellent weekend!

Sunday Morning Market November 2022 flyer (PNG)