Mayor's Message

Dear Residents and Visitors,

Reminder that the Town has scheduled its Spring Clean-Out Day Special Pickup on the morning of Thursday, April 26. Waste Connections will pick up any large bulk items for free. Make sure they are placed curbside by 7:00 a.m. 

Please see more important messages below.

Beach Nourishment

There has been a major schedule update for the Sand Key Beach Nourishment Project. Upon finishing Treasure Island, the contractor will move to Clearwater and nourish from north to south. That will put Indian Shores and Redington Shores at the end of the project with completion estimated for the end of 2018. See Pinellas County website for more information -

Gulf Boulevard Drainage Project

Citizens can keep up-to-date on the Gulf Boulevard Drainage Project at the Florida Department of Transportation's web page. Construction will begin this summer.

Updates are also available on the Indian Shores web page.

Chief Hughes - Police Beat                    Chief Hughes

Detective Cari Bittrich, now a proud member of the Indian Shores Police Department, has been working in conjunction with Beauty for Ashes Florida. Beauty for Ashes is an organization working to empower survivors of human trafficking.

Detective Bittrich will be reaching out to many communities throughout Pinellas County with information on how to identify victims of human trafficking; educate them on the red flags of abuse, and report it to the proper authorities.

Watch for the announcement of an upcoming Police Department's Community Awareness Program on Human Trafficking soon.

                                                                                 Chief Terry E. Hughes

Indian Shores Library                                                             Alice Lawrence, President

Hours of Operation

Mondays and Thursdays 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 pm and Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Read & Feed

The Indian Shores Library hosts its next Read & Feed on Thursday, April 26, at 6:00 p.m. The featured book, which is also the 2017 Bronze Medal Winner in General Fiction for Florida Book Awards, is "Mangrove Lightning" by Randy Wayne. See details on flyer below.  

The Indian Shores Library is an all-volunteer organization. Please see the Library webpage for more information.

Indian Shores Property Owners Association (ISPOA)
Art Newsome, President

The Indian Shores Property Owners Association is selling Indian Shores t-shirts with the Town logo. They make nice gifts. See the ISPOA webpage for details.

If you have any questions or want to join the Indian Shores Property Owners Association, you can get more information at this link.

Sunday Morning Market

Come visit the Indian Shores Sunday morning market this Sunday from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. at the Municipal Center. It's free and open to the public.

Do you want to become a vendor? Contact Laura Garrison, The Beach Markets, via email at