Code Enforcement Board
Ordinance # 88-2, February 1, 1988, FL State Statutes Chapter 162 Indian River County Ordinance 83-10 and Sections 1-51 through 1-63 of the Indian River County Code of Laws and Ordinances were repealed, February 1, 1988
FSS 162.05 - The local governing body of a county or a municipality that has a population equal to or greater than 5,000 persons must appoint seven-member code enforcement boards. The local governing body may appoint up to two alternate members for each code enforcement board to serve on the board in the absence of board members. Appointments shall be made in accordance with applicable law and ordinances on the basis of experience or interest in the subject matter jurisdiction of the respective code enforcement board, in the sole discretion of the local governing body.
The membership of the Indian River County Code Enforcement Board shall include whenever possible:
One (1) Architect
One (1) Businessman
One (1) Engineer
One (1) General Contractor
One (1) Subcontractor
One (1) Realtor
One (1) Member-at-Large
The Board shall elect from among its voting members a chairman and a vice chair, who shall be voting members, annually at its first meeting in January, or at its next meeting if no meeting is held in January.
Members serve a three-year term.
Meetings are held the fourth Monday of each month at 1:30 p.m. at the County Administration Building A, 1801 27th Street, Vero Beach 32960 in the Commission Chambers.
Note: Per chapter 2000-243, Laws of Florida, new board members are required to complete a full financial disclosure (Form 6) or a limited financial disclosure (Form 1), and upon leaving, must file a final disclosure statement within 60 days. Failure to do so will be subject to automatic fines of $25 for each late day, up to a cap of $1,500.
- VACANT - Architect
- David Myers, II - Businessman
- Stephen Boehning - Engineer
- Frank M. "Pete" Clements - General Contractor Chairman
- Joseph Petrulak - Subcontractor
- Karl L. Zimmermann - Realtor -
- Vacant - Member-at-Large