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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: RED TIDE UPDATE

BPinellas County water quality testing on Wednesday showed that red tide is continuing to move north and conditions have improved along most of the coast. All test locations south of Clearwater had low to very low concentrations of K brevis. Clearwater Beach, Honeymoon Island State Park and Fred Howard Park all had medium concentrations. County staff made the following observations during a helic... Read More

PINNED: CITY MANAGER RELEASED TO THE CITY COMMISSION THE PROPOSED INDIAN ROCKS BEACH BUDGET 2021-2022

TODAY THE CITY MANAGER RELEASED TO THE CITY COMMISSION THE PROPOSED INDIAN ROCKS BEACH BUDGET 2021-2022 PLEASE VIEW THE ATTACHED DOCUMENT.... Read More

PINNED: ENFORCEMENT OF PARKING DECALS BEGINS JULY 1

Beginning July 1,2021, the grace period for the blue IRB 2019/2020 parking decals will end and enforcement of the new red IRB 2021/2022 parking decals will begin. The parking decal allows you to park in a “RESIDENT ONLY” spot. A maximum of (2) decals can be obtained per property. Parking permits are non-transferable and must be permanently affixed to the rear of the vehicle. Stop by City Hal... Read More

PINNED: RED TIDE PRESENT IN THE GULF Health Alert for Pinellas County Beaches

The Florida Department of Health in Pinellas County (DOH-Pinellas) is notifying the public of a Red Tide bloom along Pinellas coastal beaches. Some people may have mild and short-lived respiratory symptoms such as eye, nose, and throat irritation similar to cold symptoms. Some individuals with breathing problems such as asthma might experience more severe symptoms. Usually symptoms go away when a ... Read More

PINNED: REPORT FISH KILLS

Citizens are encouraged to report fish kills to FWC. Submit a report of a fish kill online, or call the Fish Kill Hotline: 800-636-0511 https://myfwc.com/research/saltwater/health/fish-kills-hotline/ Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission Red Tide Current Status http://myfwc.com/research/redtide/statewide/ ... Read More

PINNED: CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN 2022-2026

TODAY THE CITY MANAGER RELEASED TO THE CITY COMMISSION THE PROPOSED INDIAN ROCKS BEACH CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN 2022-2026. PLEASE VIEW THE ATTACHED DOCUMENT. ... Read More

PINNED: WALK INDIAN ROCKS BEACH

Come discover the history and stories of Indian Rocks Rocks Beach! “Walk Indian Rocks Beach” is a free self-guided audio app designed to be downloaded to a smart phone or tablet. Travel back in time, walk in the present and discover the history and charm of Whether you’re a local or a visitor, you can experience - on your own time and pace - the charming cottages and rich heritage that mak... Read More

PINNED: REPORT FROM HONORABLE SHERIFF BOB GUALTIERI

Report from Honorable Sheriff Bob Gualtieri, summary of reported crime in Indian Rocks Beach over the past 10 years, crime decreased in Indian Rocks Beach by 42% between 2010 and 2019. Read more, attached report.... Read More

CITY COMMISSION ADOPTED AN UPDATED PARKING DECAL ORDINANCE

INDIAN ROCKS BEACH CITY COMMISSION ADOPTED AN UPDATED PARKING DECAL ORDINANCE. PLEASE VIEW THE ATTACHED ORDINANCE.... Read More

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