City of Vero Beach

1053 20th Place, Vero Beach, FL 32960
ph: (772) 978-5151

Vero Beach is a full-service City. All traditional city services such as police, public works, and recreation are provided. In addition, the City of Vero Beach operates water and sewer plants, solid waste collection department, regional airport and marina.

City of Fellsmere

21 S. Cypress St, Fellsmere, FL 32948
ph: (772) 571-1900

Fellsmere is a city with a vision for its future and a respect for its past. Founded in 1911, Fellsmere is located only 4 miles west of I-95 on Hwy 512, in Indian River County.

City of Sebastian

1225 Main St, Sebastian, FL 32958
ph: (772) 589-5330

The City of Sebastian, Florida is located in Indian River County approximately midway through the east coast of the Florida Peninsula between Melbourne and Vero Beach in an area known as the Treasure Coast. It is recognized as the home of Pelican Island, the first designated wildlife refuge in the United States, a Millennium City, and a Tree City USA.

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Town of Orchid

7707-1 US 1, Vero Beach, FL 32967
ph: (772) 581-2770

Orchid is a town on the Barrier island in Indian River County. It is ranked sixth in Florida locations by per capita income. Most of the town is actually a gated community called Orchid Island Golf and Beach Club. East of SR A1A, there is a beach front condominium complex. The rest of Orchid is uninhabited islands.

Indian River Shores

6001 North A1A, Indian River Shores, FL 32963
ph: (772) 231-1771

The Town of Indian River Shores is identified with its pristine beaches and controlled growth. The Town's 7 square miles lie along State Road A-1-A between the Indian River Lagoon and the Atlantic Ocean, adjacent to the City of Vero Beach. The Town of Indian River Shores consists primarily of low-density, gated residential communities. Approximately 4,000 year-round residents enjoy our semi-tropical climate.

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Indian River County Administration

1801 27th St, Vero Beach, FL 32960
ph: (772) 226-1223

Indian River County was created in 1925. It was named for the Indian River Lagoon, which runs through the eastern portion of the county.