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NOTE: Owners pulling their own permits can hire laborers to help you in the construction, however, you must supervise any of the laborers you hire. You can enter into a contract for the different categories of work (electrical, mechanical, plumbing, etc.) as long as the person you hire is a licensed contractor. Owner/Builder Affidavit filled out in person only
NOTE: A survey for the property must be submitted with your permit application and it must be current (within 6 months) per the Building Official.
The Town of Indian Shores does not have rental restrictions, you will need to contact your condo association or speak to the owner. For further information please call the building department or visit https://myfloridalicense.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/754/kw/what%20statute%20covers%20condo's who regulates rentals.
The Town of Indian Shores has a Town Council from of government, with 5 Council members, each serving 3-year terms of office. Council Meetings are normally held the second Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m. Committee Meetings are normally held on the first and third Tuesday of each month. Times will be posted on the electronic sign outside the Town Hall.
Indian Shores Voting Districts and Representatives:Precinct #419 - Town of Indian Shores James J. Lawrence, MayorPinellas County Commission District #5 Karen SeelPinellas County School Board Dr. Michael Grego, SuperintendentPinellas County Supervisor of Elections Deborah ClarkFlorida Senate District #22 Jeff BrandesFlorida House of Representative District #66 Larry AhernU.S. Senators Mark Rubio and Bill NelsonU.S. House of Rep. Congressional District #13 Charlie CristGovernor Rick ScottLieutenant Governor Carlos Lopez-CanteraSecretary of State Ken Detzner
Town of Indian Shores, 19305 Gulf Blvd, Indian Shores, FL 33785 (727) 595-4020; www.myindianshores.com
Due to budgetary restraints, the Indian Shores Police Department will no longer honor requests for shoulder patches, or insignia. The cost of postage, patches, and the time to process requests has become cost prohibitive.