IRB Action 2000 Gives Back to the Community

Since its inception in 1999 the non profit organization, Indian Rocks Beach Action 2000 has made a significant contribution to the City of Indian Rocks Beach, the Gulf Blvd Corridor, and in general the overall quality of life enjoyed by all.

Through the years, many Spirited Volunteers have given their time and efforts to accumulate monies that were given back to the city in the form of projects, improvements and charitable donations. Over $100,000.00 (one hundred thousand dollars) plus numerous volunteer hours have contributed to the betterment of the community as follows:

  • Improvements to the 10th Avenue Nature Preserve including: golf path,            benches, trees and landscaping and lighting
  • Key West Design Pedestrian Shelters
  • Trash Receptacles
  • Streetscape Improvements
  • Cigarette Disposal Receptacles
  • Benches
  • Oak Trees
  • Business Sign Enhancement Program
  • Originator & Co-Sponsor of Oktoberfest Annual Celebration
  • $25,000 donation to the City for an Independent USF Planning Study
  • Preservation and Beautification Awards
  • Charitable donations to the Food Pantry, Christmas Tree Lighting, Boat            Parade and other civic events

Action 2000 is always seeking active citizens to get involved. 

Working as a community, with a shared vision for the future, we can each make a difference.

For more information, you can contact Action 2000.

President, Julie Hoofnagle

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

Bob Linderman, IRB Action 2000 Board Member, presents check to Katy Burke, Outreach Coordinator, representing Pinellas Chapter of Susan G. Komen for the Cure, Florida Suncoast. They are also joined with President of IRB Action 2000, Eric Meyer, V.President, Jo Nocera, Secretary, Julie Folden, and Board Member, Don Bishop.The donation was from monies collected at their annual Oktoberfest on the Beach Event.

Solar Power Trash Compactors

PSTA and city of Indian Rocks Beach officials gather around the solar powered trash compactor in Indian Rocks Beach. From left are Eric Meyer of Action 2000, Mayor R.B. Johnson, Calvin Warren Solid Waste Supervisor and Bill Howard of PSTA.
Uplighting of Palm Trees
IRB Community Garden
 (co-funded with city)