Dear Residents and Visitors,Please see important messages below.
Indian Shores Beach CleanupPlease join us for the Post-Holiday Beach Cleanup scheduled for Wednesday, July 5, 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. We need help cleaning up the beach due to the high volume of debris left after the Fourth of July holiday. All supplies will be provided. You can contact Vice Mayor Diantha Schear for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or Town Hall at (727) 595-4020.
Indian Shores Library Read & Feed
The next Library Read & Feed is scheduled for Tuesday, July 25, at 6:00 p.m. The Good Earth by author Pearl S. Buck is the featured book. Reception and discussion are free; Chinese dinner is $8. Sign up in the Library by July 22.
Indian Shores Ranks High in Safest Places to LiveThe Beach Scene reports that Indian Shores is ranked #3 of the 2017 Safest Suburbs in Florida by Niche.com. Niche based their rating on crime rate, schools, visitor reviews, etc. to come up with the list. Other nearby beach communities that ranked were #6 Belleair Bluffs, #7 Redington Beach and #15 North Redington Beach. South Palm Beach came in #1 and #2 is Orlando’s Windermere.
Open Indian Shores' Arts Council PositionThe Arts Council Ad-Hoc Committee (Arts Council) has an opening and is accepting applications now through June 14, 2017. The Arts Council is responsible for making recommendations to the Town Council regarding art installations, the purchase or commission of artwork, potential improvements or shows, and art classes, programs and potential offerings for citizen integrated community arts projects.
Interested applicants should send a letter of interest and resume to Town Clerk Stephanie Waters at email@example.com or 19305 Gulf Blvd. Indian Shores, FL 33785.