The pocket park is complete!

The pergola that A2K funded at the pocket park at the entrance of Indian rocks Beach is looking beautiful!


The proceeds from Oktoberfest on the Beach go back into beautification projects like this one at the entrance of Indian Rocks Beach, 5th Ave beach access. 

Action 2000 (A2K) is proud to a have funded the Pergola in the park and part of the new Welcome to Indian Rocks Beach sign.

A2K Adopt-A-Beach Access Program



As we cannot get to every beach access with our Service Saturdays, Adopt-A-Beach Access will help us to keep our beach accesses looking their best. 

We are looking for volunteers, either individuals or businesses, to “adopt” an access and once a week keep it clean by picking up litter and pulling weeds.  You may pick an access that you live on or use when you walk to the beach and multiple people can work on each access. 


Please let us know if you would like to help, [email protected] and join

Kay Smith, Julie Folden, Ira Hesmati & Maria Mortazawi, Daryl Frahn, James & Linda Magner, Valery Health Insurance Agency, Gracie Van Veldhuizen, Natalie Scott, Pete & Linda Dalina, Church of the Isles, Ralph Montgomery and Susan & Micah Mckee.


A2K and IRB construction updates!



The construction of two new Key West Style Bus Shelters has started. One is near Villa Gallace and the other is near 8th Avenue. Both are on the east side of Gulf Boulevard. We committed $24K in funds in 2016 to have these and other bus shelters built along Gulf Boulevard. Thank you to the City of Indian Rocks Beach who worked with FDOT, architects and contractors to make this project a reality.


SERVICE SATURDAY'S 2017

Once a month we pick an area around IRB to improve by weeding, cleaning, planting, trimming plants, etc. All are welcome to join in. This is a good way to give back to the community and make new friends.

2017 Upcoming Dates and Locations
(9am to 11am)

  • January 21st -  Clean 3rd & 4th Beach Accesses & Clean Key West Style Bus Shelters

    February 25th 27th & 28th Beach Accesses

    March 18th - Help with the Great American Clean Up -Meet at 18th Ave/Gulf Blvd.

    April 29th - Mulch 10th Ave. Mini Park & Clean Key West Style Bus Shelters

    May 27th - Beach Access - TBD

    June 24th - Beach Access - TBD

    July 22 - Clean Key West Style Bus Shelters

    August - Off

    September 9th - Clean, Trim & Mulch 10th Ave. Mini Park

    October 21st - Help with "Keep Pinellas Beautiful" - Meet at 18th Ave/Gulf Blvd.

    November 4th - Clean Key West Style Bus Shelters

We had a very ambitious A2K Service Saturday 1.22.17, with four teams out at 3rd and 4th Ave. Beach Accesses, a crew repairing the Key West Style Bus Shelters and a crew repairing the bus shelters.  It is great to see so many volunteers come out and make a noticeable difference in our community.  Thank you all for “Keeping IRB Beautiful!” 

Our Mission

IRB Action 2000, Inc., a 501(c)(3) organization, seeks to transform the Gulf Boulevard Corridor and other selected adjacent commercial, tourist and residential areas into vital, thriving, ultra-attractive and highly-desirable areas within which to live, conduct business, shop, dine, vacation and simply enjoy the finer qualities of life.

We meet at the Beach Arts Center at 6.30pm on the 2nd Monday of each month and everyone is welcome
1515 Bay Palm Blvd, IRB

We now accept donations via Paypal and credit card.  All funds raised go back into Beautification Projects in Indian Rocks Beach.

City of Indian Rocks Beach


click on the logo above or contact

727.595.2517

Be Prepared for 
Hurricane Season.

  Get emergency alerts to keep you and your family safe!


www.pinellascounty.org/emergency/stayconnected

Emergency Access Permits for re-entry are free for barrier island residents.


Call IRB City Hall at 727-517-0404 today to obtain one.

Helpful Information for IRB Residents During Hurricane Season

Know Your Zone! Indian Rocks Beach is in an Evacuation “A” Storm Surge Zone. Learn more at www.PinellasCounty.org/Emergency

  • Have you considered flood insurance to protect your property and belongings? Visit www.floodsmart.gov to learn more.