INDIANTOWN — The Village of Indiantown’s staff has moved into a new, more spacious Village Hall at 15516 S.W. Osceola St. The move away from the shared Martin County Indiantown Branch Office, located at 16550 S.W. Warfield Blvd., was completed Sept. 24. The new office is being leased from Indiantown Non-Profit Housing Inc. and is located between Southeast Adams Avenue and Southwest Madison Avenue, one block south of the Indiantown Civic Center.
“The village would like to collectively thank Martin County for providing us a space to evolve and grow over these past two years,” said Village Manager Howard W. Brown Jr. “In order to continue growing, and to provide the level of service our residents expect, we need additional space and are pleased to announce our new partnership.”
The new Village Hall has three suite entrances for the Utilities and Administration departments and the new Village Council Chambers. The first suite will house the Utilities Department when the village completes its takeover of the Indiantown Company Inc. water and wastewater company. The center suite houses administrative offices, including the Village Council, Village Manager, Village Clerk, Planning, Community and Economic Development and Building & Permits departments. The third entrance will lead to the new Village Council Chambers. The Parks & Recreation Department and Code Enforcement Offices will remain at Booker Park, where they moved this summer.