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Right-of-Entry Forms for Private Roadways and Subdivisions
The Indian River County Board of County Commissioners may, after the declaration of a disaster, authorize the collection of debris from Private Roadways and Private Subdivisions. In order to facilitate the collection of disaster generated vegetative debris from Private Roadways and Private Subdivisions, a right-of-entry form must be submitted by each property owner on a private road or by an authorized officer or agent of the Home Owners' Association of a private subdivision on a private road. Please be aware that submission of this form does not guarantee that vegetative debris located on Private Roadways and within Private Subdivisions will automatically be collected by the County or the County debris contractor.
You can submit the form online at ircrecycles.com/rightofentry.htm or download & print the form to submit by mail or hand delivery to the Public Works Department, 1801 27th Street, Vero Beach. You can also scan the form and send to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you choose not to submit the form online, you will need sign the form and have it notarized. Notaries are available at the County Administration Building.
4th of July Holiday Garbage and Recycling Changes
Attention! Due to the 4th of July Holiday, there may be changes to your garbage and recycling services. The 5 Customer Convenience Centers and the Main County Landfill will be CLOSED on Tuesday, July 4th. There will be no residential curbside services for recycling, garbage, or yard waste on Tuesday, July 4th. Please visit ircrecycles.com for information regarding curbside services in your area.
Development Review and Permitting Process Workshop
On April 12, 2017, the County hosted a Development Review and Permitting Process Workshop in an effort to make the development process a more efficient and positive experience by identifying issues, concerns, policies, and procedures.
Workshop Flyer | Workshop video
Vacation Rental Regulations
Indian River County adopted and initiated regulations for short term vacation rentals on June 21, 2016. The following document provides an outline of the County vacation rental regulations, a State guide to vacation rentals, the County vacation rental license application, and short term vacation rental Ordinance 2016-006.
Short Term Vacation Rental Information Packet
"All Aboard Florida" Rail Project
FECI introduced a proposal for a high speed rail service known as All Aboard Florida or Brightline, with passenger service between Miami and Orlando with additional stations in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. The project has been the subject of extensive local government discussion since its announcement. Project Information and Documents More Information
AAF and Vero Electric/FMPA Expenses
Updated monthly, the Expenses Update lists the actual expenses for Indian River County for the All Aboard Florida and Vero Electric/FMPA issues.
All Aboard FL Expenses | Vero Electric Expenses
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The Wetlands at the West Regional Wastewater Facility is closed for maintenance until July 1, 2017.
BCC - Notice of public hearing scheduled for Tuesday, June 20, 2017 at 9:05 a.m., or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, in the County Commission Chambers located on the first floor of Building A of the County Administrative Complex, 1801 27th Street, Vero Beach, Florida 32960, RE: Proposed ordinance amending Ch 312, Rights-of-Way.
The St. Lucie County HOME Consortium will hold a 30 day public comment period to receive comments for the Consolidated Plan for fiscal years 2017/2018-2021/2022 and the First Year Action Plan for fiscal year 2017/2018 to be submitted to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The Consortium consists of St. Lucie County, Martin County and Indian River County. This public comment period will run from June 20, 2017 through July 19, 2017. More Informaiton can be found at www.slchousing.org
Beginning April 1, 2017, maintenance of the hydrant system has moved into the North Vero Beach area and will continue over the next two months. This area includes Wabasso and Winter Beach. Hydromax, the county’s contractor, will be conducting the maintenance program. During the maintenance period, hydrants will be flushed, repaired and repainted. More Information
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) continues to support the State of Florida through the Florida Division of Emergency Management, in support of disaster survivor recovery from Hurricane Matthew. NFIP policy holders affected by Hurricane Matthew are reminded by the State and FEMA to submit a Proof of Loss within 120 days of their flood loss.
Please be advised that the Indian River County Board of County Commissioners' services operate according to the Title VI Regulation, 49 CFR, Part 21 which states: NO PERSON OR GROUP OF PERSON SHALL BE DISCRIMINATED AGAINST WITH REGARD TO ANY OF ITS PROGRAMS, SERVICES, OR ACTIVITIES ON THE BASIS OF RACE, COLOR OR NATIONAL ORIGIN.