North Indian River County Library1001 Sebastian Blvd, Sebastian, FL 32958
ph: (772) 589-1355
The North Indian River County Library is located in beautiful Sebastian along Florida's East Coast. Their collection includes all the newest books, magazines, newspapers, music, videos and more! Also provided is access to the Internet through WiFi and many publicly available PCs for patrons.
Florida Broadband Internet Services658 Old Dixie Hwy, Vero Beach, FL 32962
ph: (772) 564-6800
Florida Broadband is a locally based residential and commercial internet provider that services most of Indian River County. Call or visit their website for availability and more information.
Supervisor of Elections4375 43rd Ave, Vero Beach, Florida 32967
ph: (772) 226-3440
For information on Voter Registration, Vote-by-Mail Ballots (formerly called Absentee Ballot) and the Supervisor of Elections please click "More Info" or visit the Indian River County Supervisor of Elections website.
Indian River County Main Library1600 21st St, Vero Beach, FL 32960
ph: (772) 770-5060
The Indian River County Main Library is located in sunny Vero Beach which lies along Florida's East Coast. Their collection consists of over 270,000 items including: books, magazines, newspapers, microfilm, CDs, books on tape, DVDs, video tapes and more. Also provided is access to the Internet and many PCs loaded with software dedicated to helping you in your research.
Homestead Exemption Information/Property Appraiser
The Homestead Exemption offers a tax break for Florida residents.
Every person who has legal title to or beneficial interest in real property in the State of Florida and who resides thereon and, in good faith, makes it his or her permanent residence as of January 1 is eligible for Homestead Exemption. Each owner who resides thereon and makes it his or her permanent resident must make an application in person and present proof of residence. If title is held jointly by husband and wife, either may file but should bring proof of residence for the spouse.
City of Vero Beach Utilities & FPL
The City of Vero Beach Utilities Department provides water, and sewer services within a select service area within Indian River County.
FPL provides electric service to the City of Vero Beach.
The Gifford Library4875 43rd Ave, Vero Beach, FL 32967
ph: (772) 794-1005
The Gifford Library is located within the Gifford Youth Achievement Center in Vero Beach. The library provides books, Internet access and other resources to the students and community members in the area of the GYAC.
The Brackett Library6155 College Ln, Vero Beach, FL 32966
ph: (772) 226-3080
The Brackett Library is a joint-use library between Indian River State College and Indian River County. Indian River State College Mueller Campus. Their collection consists of over 270,000 items including: books, magazines, newspapers, microfilm, CDs, books on tape, DVDs, video tapes and more. Also provided is access to the Internet and many PCs loaded with software dedicated to helping you in your research.
Indian River County Utilities1801 27th St, Vero Beach, FL 32960
ph: (772) 770-5300
The City of Vero Beach Utilities Department provides water and sewer services within a select service area within Indian River County. Click "more info" or visit the website for additional information. For payment or service requests please call or visit the website.
For information on Indian River County and Florida taxes please click the more information button.
Florida Power & Light9001 Ellis Rd, Melbourne, FL 32904
ph: (321) 723-7795
FPL is the provider of electric utilities in Vero Beach, Sebastian, Fellsmere & Indian River County. For information on starting, stopping or moving an account or to pay your bill please click "more info" or visit the website. To report a power outage or a hazardous condition such as a downed power line please call 1-800-468-8243
Get information on local licenses obtainable in the county of Indian River here by clicking more info.
Indian River County Administration1801 27th St, Vero Beach, FL 32960
ph: (772) 567-8000
Indian River County was created in 1925. It was named for the Indian River Lagoon, which runs through the eastern portion of the county.