“All Aboard Florida” Rail Project
FECI introduced a proposal for a high speed rail service known as All Aboard Florida, with passenger service between Miami and Orlando with additional stations in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. The current proposal has 32 trains passing through Indian River County daily with a maximum proposed speed between West Palm and Cocoa at 110 MPH. The project has been the subject of extensive local government discussion since its announcement.
Project Information and Documents
Fertilizer and Landscape Management Ordinance
On Aug. 20, 2013, the Indian River County Board of County Commissioners approved an ordinance regulating the use of fertilizers. Learn More
Shooting Industry Masters Sponsorship Opportunities
Indian River County and the Treasure Coast Sports Commission will host an Opening Ceremony and Dinner to kick off the Masters weekend and tournament. Over 500 of the Shooting Industry’s top executives and celebrities from all over the country are invited to attend this private reception at Historic Dodgertown. Limited sponsorship opportunities are now available.
View Sponsorship Information.
The accompanying Honors For HAVA golf tournament will be held on July 17th. View Golf Tournament Information
Operation Medicine Cabinet Event
April 26, 2014
10:00am – 2:00pm.
Bring unused or expired prescriptions and
Over-the-counter medication to one of the
Locations listed for proper disposal.
Impact Fee Update
The proposed impact fee update involves reviewing each of the major components of the County’s impact fee program and determine ways to reduce non-residential impact fees, while minimizing or avoiding increases to residential impact fees. More Information
Indian River Lagoon Health
Join in the effort to restore and protect the Indian River Lagoon from excessive flows of nitrogen and phosphorus and help preserve the general health of the lagoon for all to enjoy. Visit the stormwater education web site
where you can find educational materials which can help residents join in the movement to protect the lagoon. Learn More
BCC 04/22/14 to consider an ordinance which would establish new Impact Fee Schedules for the unincorporated county and municipalities for Non-Residential uses.