About Vero Beach, FL From the Web…
“The City of Vero Beach is a political subdivision of the State of Florida. The City was originally incorporated in 1919 as the City of Vero. In 1925, the City of Vero was re-incorporated as the City of Vero Beach and was transferred from St. Lucie County to Indian River County. The City of Vero Beach consists of 13.1 square miles and is located about 190 miles south of Jacksonville and 135 miles north of Miami on Florida’s east coast. The City’s population is currently estimated at 15,220.”
“Vero Beach is the county seat for Indian River County which encompasses 617 square miles and includes 5 incorporated towns; Vero Beach, Sebastian, Fellsmere, Orchid, and Indian River Shores. Strict building codes, a watchdog government, and an exceptionally high rate of charitable contributions and individual volunteerism contributes to the peaceful and idyllic lifestyle found in Indian River County.”
We serve the following cities:
Vero Beach, Florida Ridge, Sebastian, Fort Pierce, Micco, Port Saint Lucie, Jensen Beach, Palm Bay, Yeehaw Junction, Stuart, Melbourne, Palm City, West Melbourne, Indian Harbour Beach, Satellite Beach, and South Patrick Shores.
We serve the following counties:
Indian River, Brevard, Osceola, Okeechobee, and Saint Lucie.