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Beach Florida, and to find the home that suits you. Whether you are
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Vero Beach was incorporated in 1919 as the City of Vero. In 1925,
Vero was re-incorporated as the City of Vero Beach and was made part
of Indian River County.
Vero Beach is 13.1 square miles, and about 190 miles south of Jacksonville
and 135 miles north of Miami Beach. The City's population is approximately
Vero Beach has police, public works, and recreation departments.
Also, the City of Vero Beach has an electric generation plant, an
electrical distribution system, and water and sewer plants, a solid
waste collection department, an airport and a marina.
Vero Beach Video Tour
City of Vero
Beach Florida - Circa 1971
The City of Vero Beach wishes to provide you with helpful information
on it's city services.
The Vero Beach City Hall is located at 1053 20th Place, Vero Beach,
Vero Beach is the Spring training home of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Sebastian River High School Principal: Dr. Peggy Jones 772-564-4170
Vero Beach High School - Main Campus Principal: Jane Hudson 772-564-4620
Vero Beach High School - Freshman Learning Center Principal: Jane
Hudson 772-564-4820 772-564-4928
Adult Education Coordinator: John Fontana 772-564-4970 772-564-4977
Alternative Education Principal: Dr. Bud Gill 772-564-6240/6241 772-564-6265
Wabasso School Principal: Thomas Gollery 772-978-8000 72-978-8028
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