Located between the communities of Satellite Beach and Indialantic is the beachside city of Indian Harbour Beach. While the city's history doesn't run as deep as some in Brevard County, its beauty and location make Indian Harbour Beach a popular spot along the Space Coast and the Atlantic Ocean.
On June 6, 1955, the Town of Indian Harbour Beach was established. In 1963 the Charter was changed and the town became the City of Indian Harbour Beach. Due to its fiscal policies, the city has no long-term indebtedness and its population of 8,661 enjoy a tax rate which is among the lowest in Brevard County.
Popular attractions include 27-acre W. Lansing Gleason Park, which has a boardwalk, gazebos around the lake, picnic facilities and exercise and jogging trails. The Community Services Center offers beach volleyball, shuffleboard courts and a heated competition swimming pool. Other activities include tennis, water sports and fishing, plus there are many sports fields including the Algonquin Sports Complex with lighted baseball, softball and soccer fields.
Residents of Indian Harbour Beach typically are affluent married couples between ages 45 and 64, and receive their income from salaries, rental properties, interest, dividends, retirement funds, and pensions. Most are business owners or managers. They live in suburban single-family homes. For enjoyment, Indian Harbour Beach residents golf, fish, swim, go to the beach, and travel.
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