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."
LABOR DAY - City Hall CLOSED
September 7, 2015
PUBLIC SAFETY DAY
September 12, 2015
PINNED: FREE PAPER SHREDDING EVENT !
Pinellas County residents who have documents they wish to have shredded can bring them to the one day on site paper shredding on Saturday, October 10. Please view the attachment for further information....[read more]
Pinellas County will begin a routine system maintenance program during September. For further information, please view the attachment....[read more]
Effective immediately, the Kolb Park Tennis Courts will be TEMPORARILY closed for repair and upgrade for approximately 7 to 10 days. For any further information, please contact Public Services Director Dean Scharmen, or Assistant Public Services Director Calvin Warren, at 727/595-6889, Mon thru F...[read more]
The City of Indian Rocks Beach has joined the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office in providing free Emergency Access Permits to all businesses and residents of Indian Rocks Beach. The Emergency Access Permits are now available at the City of Indian Rocks Beach City Hall, Monday through Friday, from ...[read more]
PINNED: KOLB PARK PLAYGROUND - CLOSURE
Effective Friday, July 25, 2015, portions of Kolb Park's playground equipment areas will be closed while upgrades are being done. For further information, please contact Dean A. Scharmen, Public Services Director, or Calvin Warren, Assistant Public Services Director, at 727/595-6889, Mon thru Fri...[read more]