On February 24, 2018 five organizations are coming together for a beautification project at the 17th and 18th Avenue beach accesses in Indian Rocks Beach.
Action 2000 IRB, Inc. has been working in the park for the last three years and with the help of the City of Indian Rocks Beach, Keep Pinellas Beautiful, Crabby Bill’s Seafood of IRB and AMI Chair Rentals, we plan to beautify the park by removing the weeds, putting down a weed barrier and mulch as well as planting some beach friendly plants with decorative rocks at the beach access walkovers.
With the help of 80 volunteers we plan to accomplish this project on February 24th from 9am to 11am. Crabby Bill’s Seafood of IRB will be providing brunch for all the volunteers after the event.
To sign up to volunteer, please email Julie Hoofnagle at [email protected].
9am to 11am unless otherwise noted
A2K Service Saturday Dates:
January 20th - 10th Avenue Mini Park near the Nature Preserve
February 24th - County Park between 17th & 18th Avenue & Gulf Blvd.
March 17th - Great American Clean Up with City, 9am to Noon, 18th Ave/Gulf Blvd.
April 28th - 10th Avenue Mini Park near the Nature Preserve
September 9th - Project TBD
October 20th - Florida Coastal Cleanup with City, 9am to Noon, 18th Ave/Gulf Blvd.
The highlight of our May Mixer was the Presentation of the
2017 Preservation Awards.
The winners are:
The IRB History Museum, accepting Donna Valery
The Blue Heron Cottages, accepting Tim Shears
72 Gulf Blvd. accepting Gracie Murray
116 11th Ave. accepting Lucille & Stephen Canesa
CVS LANDSCAPE PROJECT IS LOOKING FANTASTIC
Action 2000 IRB continues to do projects that beautify our Gulf Boulevard. Take a look at the transformation we made over the past week at Gulf Boulevard and 4th Avenue in front of the CVS.
We solved the drainage issue and will be painting our Key West Style Bus Shelter in the next few weeks.
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.
City of Indian Rocks Beach
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Emergency Access Permits for re-entry
are free for barrier island residents.
Call IRB City Hall at 727-517-0404 today to obtain one.