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Indian Rocks Beach

Welcome to Indian Rocks Beach

Legend has it that Florida's beach community of Indian Rocks Beach reputedly got its name when a native medicine man miraculously healed his chief with the waters from a natural sulfur spring believed to have been located in Kolb Park across from Indian Rocks Beach City Hall. Early settlers seeing the Indians on their way to the "rock encircled spring" would say, "The Indians are on their way to the rocks."

City News & Bulletins

PINNED: Library News! Summer Reading!

Summer Reading Oceans of Possibilities! June 1-30 Read with us! Great rewards including tickets to see the Rays play! Pick up your Reading Logs and check out your books! Take and make a craft in the library or at home. Wednesday Story time at 11:30 AM ... Read More

PINNED: IRB FACEBOOK PAGE

The City of Indian Rocks Beach has created a new Facebook page to give the public a quick and more transparent view of what is happening in the City. The new Facebook page is a supplement to our informative city website. It is up and running now to discover upcoming City events and view City News. Working Together we can promote communication, safety and kindness throughout the City ... Read More

PINNED: PRESS RELEASE- TENNIS COURTS / PICKLE BALL COURTS

For immediate release May 2,2022 PRESS RELEASE KOLB PARK TENNIS / PICKELBALL COURTS As part of the City of Indian Rocks Beach Capital Improvement Plan - City Park Upgrades – the Kolb Park Tennis / Pickleball Courts are Temporarily Closed until 5/27/2022 for the resurfacing, painting, lining, and routine maintenance. Additional Tennis/Pickleball Courts are available for use at Brown Par... Read More

PINNED: Employment Opening

Solid Waste Worker – Position Opening Work involves heavy manual labor in the collection and disposal of refuse, special pick-up items, brush/yard waste and recyclables on a scheduled basis. This may include riding on a refuse collection vehicle, walking to designated disposal areas, emptying containers into truck, using hand and other tools to pick-up general curbside trash and other dutie... Read More

PINNED: LOCK IT UP

Be sure it's secure. Keep you property and vehicle safe. Vehicle burglary is a crime of opportunity. Avoid being the next victim by doing your part to make your vehicle a difficult target. TO PREVENT A BURGLARY: • Lock your doors • Close all windows • Remove visible items • Park in a safe and well-lit area... Read More

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