FAQ’s

IMPORTANT RULES FOR THE TOWN

In order to protect property values and the Town’s quality of life, code enforcement is taken very seriously in Sewall’s Point.  The “municipal code” link on the homepage of  our website  provides all the detail, but some of the important issues are:

Overnight Parking – Overnight parking is not allowed on streets or rights-of-way.

Trucks – Trucks with a curb weight of more than 5,000 lbs. must be garaged or completely concealed from view after 5 PM.

 Boats – Boats must be completely concealed from view at all times.

Construction Hours – Contractors: 8 AM to 5 PM Mondays through Saturdays. Residents: 8 AM to 8 PM Mondays through Saturdays and Sundays from 10 AM to 4 PM. Noise levels cannot be over 80 decibels after 5 PM. Please be considerate of your neighbors when performing work during these hours.

Trash – containers can be placed curbside no sooner than 5:00 the evening before scheduled pick up on Mondays and Thursdays and must be removed no later than midnight the day of pickup. Vegetative waste must be bundled or containerized and can be curbside no earlier than 24 hours before pickup on Wednesdays.

Watering Days – When irrigation of your lawn is needed, the permitted times are as follows: Residents with odd-numbered street addresses may water on Wednesdays and Saturdays; residents with even-numbered street addresses may water on Thursdays and Sundays. Times for both are limited to 12 AM to 10 AM and/or 4 PM to 11:59 PM.

Building Permits – Permits are required for all construction activity. Minor repairs approved by the Building Official may not need a permit, but you should always check first with the Building Department. Permits are issued at Town Hall.

Tree Removal Permits – You must have a permit to remove any tree with a caliper of 2” or more, and heavy trimming of trees (called “hat racking”) is deemed to be effective removal. Fines are heavy, so please visit the building department in Town Hall before doing any significant tree work if you have any questions.

Pets – Each household may have no more than three animals (dogs and/or cats) that are more than six months old. Dogs must be leashed if off the owner’s property. Please pick-up the waste from your animal, it is the law! You may also register your pets at the Police Department — bring a picture so we can help recognize your pet in the event s/he is lost.

Noxious Plants – There are prohibited species of plants that must be removed due to their invasive nature; these include Brazilian Pepper, Melaleuca, Australian Pine and Carrotwood Trees. There are limited exceptions; please check with the Building Department.

 


 

 IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS

(772 Area Code Unless Otherwise Noted)

ABUSE – ADULT & CHILD

Abuse Reporting Hotline…………………………………  1-800-962-2873

Children’s Home Society (Martin County) ……………………..344-4020

Exchange Club CASTLE (Prevention) ……………………………465-6011

Florida Dept. of Children & Families…………………… 1-866-762-2237

Hibiscus Children’s Center ……………………………………….334-9311

Safe Space/Domestic Violence ………………………………….288-7023

ADA (AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT)

County ADA Coordinator…………………………………………. 221-1396

Courthouse…………………………………………………………….288-5576

Deaf and Hearing Impaired – Florida Relay………………………….. 711

ADOPTION

Clerk of the Circuit Court, Domestic Relations Division………288-5660

ADULT DAY CARE

Kane Center ………………………………………………………..223-7800

ADULT EDUCATION

(Martin County High School)

Call M-F from 2-9 pm ………………………………………………219-1828

AGRICULTURAL AGENCIES

Cooperative Extension Program ………………………………….288-5654

AIDS/HIV INFORMATION/EDUCATION

American Red Cross………………………………………………….287-2002

Treasure Coast AIDS Network……………………………. 1-800-367-2437

Confidential testing (Health Department)………………………..221-4030

AIR QUALITY

Environmental Protection…………………………………. 1-800-774-5866

AIRPORT

Martin County Airport (Witham Field)…………………………….221-2301

Noise Hotline   ……………………………………………………….221-1476

ALCOHOL & DRUG ABUSE

Alcoholics Anonymous ……………………………………………….283-9337

Clerk of the Circuit Court, Probate Division……………………….288-5720

Health and Human Services ………………………………………..288-5785

ALIMONY AND CHILD SUPPORT

Clerk of the Circuit Court, Child Support Alimony Section ……..288-5533

ALLIGATOR

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission ……. 1-561-625-5122

Hot Line – Alligator removal ………………………………………….392-4286

ALZHEIMER’S COMMUNITY CARE ……………………………….223-6351

AMERICAN RED CROSS 2750 S. Kanner Hwy. ………………….287-2002

ANIMAL CONTROL

Animal Control Enforcement ………………………………………….463-3211

Animal Licensing…………………………………………………………288-5600

Animal Impoundment (Humane Society) …………………………..223-8822

Animals – Strays/Pick-Ups …………………………………………….463-3211

APPRAISALS, TAX

Property Appraiser ………………………………………………………288-5608

Value Adjustment Board………………………………………………..288-5554

TDD for the hearing impaired………………………… 288-5614 or 711 Relay

ARC (Advocacy for Rights of the Challenged)……………………….283-2525

ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS……………………………… 1-561-492-3500

ARTS Arts Council of Stuart and Martin County……………………..287-6676

AUDUBON OF MARTIN COUNTY, INC.

621 SE Palm Beach Road, Stuart…………………………………… …288-2637

AUTOMATIC EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATOR (AED)

Red Cross training and information on AEDs…………………………287-2002

AUTOMOBILE REGISTRATION/TAGS

Tax Collector’s Office …………………………………………………….288-5600

BAKER ACT AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE

Clerk of the Circuit Court, Domestic Relations ………………………288-5720

BEACH CONDITIONS Current conditions.. www.martin.fl.us.

Florida Oceanographic Society …………………………………………225-2300

“BEFORE YOU DIG” …………………………………………. 1-800-432-4770

Find all underground utilities…………………………………………………. 811

BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU ……………………………….. 1-772-223-1492

BIRTH & DEATH CERTIFICATES Health Dept. ………………….221-4002

BUS PASSES Community Coach……………………………………….283-1814

BUS TRANSPORTATION

Public Bus Transportation, County Public Transit …………………….463-2860

MTM – Disadvantage & Medicaid ………………………………. 1-866-836-7034

Deaf and Hearing Impaired, Florida Relay …………………………………… 711

For transportation to V.A. Hospitals …………………………………….288-5450

CABLE TV COMPLAINTS ………………………………………. 1-800-435-7352

CENSUS BUREAU (U.S. Census) ……………………………… 1-301-763-2422

CEMETERY, STATE Consumer Services………………………. 1-800-323-2627

CHILD OR ELDER ABUSE

Crisis Line of the Treasure Coast………………………………………… 463-1475

Department of Children and Families…………………………… 1-800-962-2873

CHILD SUPPORT

Clerk of the Circuit Court, Domestic Relations Division ………………..288-5660

CHILDREN & FAMILIES, DEPARTMENT OF …………………………..476-4178

Financial help ………………………………………………………… 1-866-762-2237

CHILDREN’S MUSEUM. …………………………………………………….225-7575

CHILDREN’S SERVICES

4-H Clubs (Cooperative Extension Services) ……………………………..288-5654

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Martin County, Inc. …………………………..283-8373

Boy Scouts of America………………………………………………. 1-561-694-8585

Boys and Girls Clubs of Martin County, Inc………………………………. 545-1255

Child Seat Safety Inspection (Sheriff’s Office)…………………………….320-4749

Children’s Home Society of Florida………………………………………….344-4020

Early Headstart Programs (Dunbar Center)……………………………… 545-0808

East Coast Migrant Headstart………………………………………………..597-3019

Girl Scouts of South East Florida………………………………….. 1-561-427-0177

Headstart Programs……………………………………………………………219-1893

Hibiscus Children’s Center …………………………………………………..334-9311

Martin County Parks ………………………………………………………… 221-1418

Martin County School District ……………………………………………… 219-1200

PACE Center for Girls, Inc……………………………………………1-904-253-1420

Teen   HotLine   (211-Information   &   Crisis   Services) …………………… 211

YMCA of the Treasure Coast…………………………………………………286-4444

CHILDREN’S SERVICES COUNCIL

A local County Government Organization …………………………………288-5758

CIVIL AIR PATROL Witham Field, Stuart ……………………… 1-772-919-1752

CIVIL DIVISION Clerk of the Circuit Court………………………………288-5535

CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT

Courthouse/Constitutional Offices Info Desk ………………………………288-5576

COMCAST Customer Service (24/7 line) …………………………. 1-800-266-2278

COMMUNICABLE DISEASE CONTROL

Health Department …………………………………………………………… 221-4000

COMMUNITY SERVICES

County Community Services Division ………………………………………..288-5434

Clinical and Court Services ……………………………………. 288-5641 or 419-6932

Court-mandated Community Service …………………………………………283-2196

Drug Testing Laboratory ………………………………………………………..288-5785

Emergency Utilities Financial Assistance …………………………………….288-5629

Hospitalization and Medical Assistance ………………………………………419-6933

Housing Program ………………………………………………………………..221-1362

Rental Assistance, Homeless…………………………………….. 288-5785/288-5629

Substance Abuse/Mental Health…………………………………. 288-5785/288-5641

Veteran’s Services………………………………………………………………..288-5448

CONSUMER AFFAIRS…………………………………………………. 1-800-435-7352

CONTAGIOUS DISEASE

Health Department ……………………………………………………………….221-4037

CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU …………………………………..288-5451

COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE 

County   Extension Office ………………………………………………………..288-5654

CORONER

Medical Examiner…………………………………………………………………..464-7378

CORRECTIONS

Sheriff’s Office ……………………………………………………………………..220-7000

Booking………………………………………………………………………………220-7220

Inmate phone system helpline ………………………………………………….220-7247

Programs ……………………………………………………………………………220-7257

COUNTY EXTENSION AGENT………………………………………………….288-5654

CPR & FIRST-AID TRAINING

Martin County Chapter of the American Red Cross……………………………287-2002

CRIME

Never Hesitate to call …………………………………………………..………………………… 9-1-1

Sewall’s Point……………………………………………………………………..781-3378

Martin County Sheriff (Non-Emergency) ……………………………………….220-7000

Neighborhood Watch ………………………………………………………………320-4749

Victim Services (State Attorney’s Office) ………………………………………288-5646

CRIME STOPPERS ………………………………………………………. 1-800-273-8477

CRISIS INTERVENTION

Information and Crisis Services ………………………………………………………. 211

CULTURAL ACTIVITIES

Arts Council…………………………………………………………………………287-6676

DEATH CERTIFICATES

Health Department………………………………………………………………..221-4000

DEEDS, MORTGAGES, PLAT MAPS

Clerk of Circuit Court, Archives Division ………………………………………288-5552

DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN & FAMILIES

Local number………………………………………………………………………467-4178

DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

Port St. Lucie Office. ……………………………………………………………398-2806

DERELICT BOATS …………………………………………………………….288-5495

DISABLED PARKING PERMITS

State issued disabled parking permits, Tax Collector……………………. 288-5600

DISABILITY SERVICES

Braille International…………………………………………………………….286-8366

Center for Speech and Language, T.C. ………………………………………..334-1227

Child Development Center/Early Steps …………………………… 1-800-578-7770

Children’s Emergency Resources…………………………………………… 223-0979

Deaf Service Center of the Treasure Coast ……………………………….335-5546

Florida Department of Children/Families…………………………. 1-866-762-2237

Florida Division of Blind Services………………………………….. 1-800-226-6075

Florida Rural Legal Services, Inc………………………………….. 1-772-466-4766

Gulfstream Goodwill Industries, Inc.  ……………………………………..337-0077

HPS (Helping People Succeed) ……………………………………………..320-0770

The ARC of Martin County, Inc. ……………………………………………283-2525

DISASTER RELIEF

American Red Cross …………………………………………………………….287-2002

DOMESTIC RELATIONS DIVISION (CIRCUIT COURT)

Divorce, adoption, name change………………………………………………288-5660

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE MONITORING PROGRAM

SafeSpace Domestic Violence Service …………………………………………288-7023

Domestic Violence Injunctions …………………………………………………288-5720

DRIVERS LICENSES …………………………………………………………..288-5600

Appointments needed for Road Tests

DRUG COURT ……………………………………………………………………288-5785

DRUG INFORMATION/TESTING …………………………………………….288-5785

ELDER ABUSE HOTLINE ……………………………………………… 1-800-962-2873

ELDER HELPLINE……………………………………………….. 211 or 1-866-882-2991

ELDER PROGRAMS Council On Aging…………………………………………223-7800

ELECTIONS OFFICE Supervisor of Elections ……………………………….288-5637

ELLIOTT MUSEUM……………………………………………………………….225-1961

EMERGENCIES………………………………………………………………………….. 911

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

MC Health Department, Soil Testing ………………………………………….. 221-4090

EPIDEMICS Health Department ………………………………………………..221-4037

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY…………………………………………………. 1-888-582-3410

EXTENSION AGENT………………………………………………………………288-5654

FAMILY SERVICES …………………………………………………….. 1-866-762-2237

FAMILY SOURCE OF FLORIDA ……………………………………… 1-800-352-5683

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION ………………………….. 1-772-461-6142

FDOT (Florida Dept. of Transportation) ……………………………… 1-800-300-8236

FELONY DIVISION Clerk of the Circuit Court ……………………………….288-5536

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

American Red Cross………………………………………………………………..287-2002

Child Support Division …………………………………………………………….288-5533

Consumer Credit Counseling Services …………………………………………398-3406

Department of Children & Families……………………………………. 1-866-762-2237

House of Hope, Inc. ………………………………………………………………286-4673

St. Vincent de Paul Society – Hobe Sound…………………………………….546-2492

The Salvation Army (Martin County) ………………………………………… 288-1471

FINGERPRINTING Sheriff’s Office …………………………………………..220-7050

FISHING/HUNTING LICENSES Tax Collector …………………………….288-5600

FLORIDA FISH & WILDLIFE CONSERVATION COMMISSION

Alligator removal-4′ min. and a nuisance……………………………. 1-866-392-4286

General Information (South Region)…………………………………… 1-561-625-5122

Tallahassee…………………………………………………………………. 1-850-488-4676

FLORIDA OCEANOGRAPHIC COASTAL CENTER

890 NE Ocean Boulevard, Stuart…………………………………………………225-0505

FLORIDA RURAL LEGAL SERVICES ……………………………….. 1-772-466-4766

FLORIDA YARDS & NEIGHBORHOODS …………………………………….288-5654

FOOD ASSISTANCE

Caring Mission House (M-F 9 am-12 pm) ………………………………………287-6262

Congregate Meals/Seniors (Council On Aging)…………………………………223-7800

His Servants Place (Soup Kitchen) …………………………………………….. 286-0911

House of Hope, Inc. ………………………………………………………………..286-4673

Manna Kitchen (Tuesday evenings only) ……………………………………….287-6262

Mary’s Kitchen (Wednesday evenings only)…………………………………….287-3244

Meals On Wheels (Council On Aging)…………………………………………….223-7800

Mothers, Infants, Striving for Success (M.I.S.S.) …………………………….781-4063

St. Vincent de Paul Society – Hobe Sound………………………………………546-2492

The Carpenter’s Kitchen …………………………………………………………..287-2727

The Grace Place …………………………………………………………………….287-6388

The Salvation Army……………………………………………………………….. 288-1471

Treasure Coast Food Bank ………………………………………………………..489-5676

FOOD POISONING Martin County Health Dept………………………………221-4090

FOOD STAMPS PROGRAM …………………………………………….. 1-866-762-2237

FOSTER HOMES…………………………………………………………… 1-866-762-2237

FOUNDATION

Community Foundation of Palm Beach and Martin Counties ………..1-888-853-4438

Martin County Community Foundation ………………………………………….288-3795

Martin County Library Foundation………………………………………………. 221-1409

FPL (FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT)

EMERGENCIES………………………………………………………………………287-5400

Financial Assistance………………………………………………………………..288-5785

Power Outages……………………………………………………………. 1-800-468-8243

GARBAGE ASSESSMENT………………………………………………………..288-5772

GARBAGE/TRASH PICK-UP

Waste Management ……………………………………………………………………546-7700

GIS Geographic Information Services………………………………………….288-5522

HANDICAPPED PARKING Tax Collector’s Office……………………………288-5595

HEAD START PROGRAM………………………………………………………..466-2631

HEALTH DEPARTMENT

3441 SE Willoughby Boulevard………………………………………………….221-4000

Clinic ………………………………………………………………………………..221-4030

Environmental Health……………………………………………………………..221-4090

HEALTHY START ………………………………………………221-4030

 

HIGHWAY CONDITIONS Florida Hwy. Patrol ……….287-2015

 

HISTORIC NEIGHBORHOODS AND SITES

Historical Society of Martin County……………………225-1961

 

HOME ECONOMIST County Home Economist …….288-5656

 

HOME OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING

Local Business Tax……………………………………………288-5600

 

HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION Must apply in person at the

Property Appraiser’s Office: 1111 SE Federal Highway, Suite

330, Stuart – Required documents list……………….288-5608

 

HORTICULTURE Cooperative Extension Services….288-5654

 

HOSPICE – TREASURE COAST HOSPICES …………….403-4500

 

HOSPITALS Martin Memorial Hospital

Main Campus, 300 Hospital Avenue…………………..287-5200

South Campus, 2100 SE Salerno Road………………..223-2300

 

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE………………………….. 221-1416

 

HUMANE SOCIETY

Humane Society of the Treasure Coast, 4100 SW Leighton Farm Ave., Palm City

Main Telephone ………………………………………….223-8822

Thrift Shop, 2585 SE Federal Highway, Stuart ….286-6909

 

HUNTING/FISHING LICENSES

Available from the Tax Collector………………………..288-5600

Fishing licenses can also be obtained at various fishing tackle

shops that service the sport fishing industry.

 

HURRICANE & DISASTER PREPAREDNESS

American Red Cross…………………………………………287-2002

Martin County Emergency Operations Center …….287-1652

 

IMMUNIZATION  

For  information  regarding  international travel and/or children………221-4030

 

INJUNCTIONS Clerk of the Circuit Court …………..288-5720

 

INSURANCE

Florida Department of Insurance Helpline .. 1-800-342-2762

Healthy Kids and Kid Care………………………….. 1-888-540-5437

Medicare (Port St. Lucie) …………………………… 1-866-366-1627

Medicare Information ………………………………. 1-800-633-4227

MomCare (Healthy Start Coalition) ………………463-2888

SHINE (Council On Aging of Martin County)…………………….233-4028

 

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE

Individuals…………………………………………………….. 1-800-829-1040

Businesses …………………………………………… 1-800-829-4933

West Palm Beach Office ………………………… 1-561-616-2002

Port St. Lucie Office …………………………………………….340-5606

 

JAIL

The jail is operated by the Sheriff’s Office…….220-7200

Booking……………………………………………………………..220-7220

Inmate phone system help ……………………………….220-7247

Programs ……………………………………………………………220-7257

 

JURY DUTY ………………………………………………………..288-5568

 

JUVENILE   COURT   

Clerk   of   the   Circuit   Court,   Juvenile Division……..288-5567

 

KANE CENTER

Council On Aging………………………..223-7800

Kane Carriage …………………………………………………463-2860

Meals on Wheels…………………………………………….223-7800

 

LANDFILLS Solid Waste Division ………………………..288-5772

 

LANDLORD/TENANT MATTERS

Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services……….. 1-800-435-7352

 

LANDLORD/TENANT RIGHTS

Florida Bar …………………………………………… 1-850-561-5600

  • 5621 – Call a Law Service
  • 5834 – Order Pamphlets

 

LEGAL ASSISTANCE TO PUBLIC

Public Defender (Criminal Indigent) …………………..288-5581

FL Rural Legal Services (Civil Indigent)……… 1-888-582-3410

 

LEGAL SERVICES

Catholic Charities Counseling Services………………… 463-0445

FL Rural Legal Services Inc., Non-criminal … 1-888-582-3410

Immigration and Naturalization Service …… 1-800-375-5283

Mental Health Department Baker Act………………..288-5720

Public Defender (19th Judicial Circuit) ……………….288-5581

 

LIBRARY SYSTEM

Stuart/Blake Library – Main branch……………………288-5702

Administration …………………………………………….. 221-1408

Book Information ………………………………….. 288-5702 Ext. 6

Children’s Programs…………………………………………….. 221-1407

Computer Classes ………………………………….. 288-5702 Ext. 5

Friends of the Blake Library Bookstore……………….219-4957

Hours (recording) ……………………………………………288-5702

Library Events………………………………………………… 221-1403

Library Foundation Information…………………………… 221-1409

Material Renewal ………………………………….. 288-5702 Ext. 2

Meeting Room Use………………………………………….219-4965

Online services …………………………. www.library.martin.fl.us

Reference/Research Desk……………………….. 288-5702 Ext. 5

Teen Programs……………………………………………….. 221-1407

Volunteer Office ……………………………………………..219-4906

 

LICENSE  PLATES/TAGS  

Automobile  registrations,  plates, titles, transfers – Martin County Tax Collector……….288-5600

 

LEINS (TO PLACE)

Clerk of the Circuit Court………..288-5576

 

MADD……………………………………………………………288-4418

 

MANGROVE TRIMMING  

Florida Department of Environmental Protection…… 1-772-398-2806

 

MARRIAGE LICENSES Clerk of the Circuit Court,

Domestic Relations Division ……………………………..419-4078

 

MARINE PATROL……………………………………………..220-7153

 

MASTER GARDENER ASSISTANCE……………………..288-5654

 

MEALS ON WHEELS Council On Aging ……………….223-7800

 

MEDICAID Dept. of Children and Families .. 1-866-762-2237

 

MEDICARE …………………………………………… 1-800-633-4227

 

MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION – MTM………. 1-866-836-7034

 

MEDICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE …………….. 1-850-245-4224

 

MENTAL HEALTH

211 Information and Crisis Services, Inc……………………….. 211

Crisis Line of the Treasure Coast ……………………… 463-1475

Harbor Network……. ………………………………………..287-4545

New Horizons of the Treasure Coast, Inc…………….468-5600

Health and Human Services ……………………………..288-5785

 

MENTAL HEALTH ACT (Baker Act) ……………………..288-5720

 

METROPOLITAN      PLANNING      ORGANIZATION

Multi-jurisdictional  group  plans  of  all  surface  transportation in

urban area – bridges, roads, sidewalks, bike paths, and public

transportation ………………………………………. 288-5927 Ext. 8

 

MOSQUITO CONTROL……………………………. 288-5927 Ext. 4

 

OSHA ………………………………………………….. 1-800-321-6742

 

PARENTING SERVICES

Exchange Club CASTLE……………………………………..465-6011

Father & Child Resource Center ………………………..463-2888

Martin County Healthy Start Coalition, Inc………….463-2888

Planned Parenthood………………………………………..692-2023

HPS (Helping People Exceed)………………………………. 320-0770

 

PARKING ENFORCEMENT

Sheriff’s Office ………………………………………………..220-7144

City of Stuart Police Department…………………………. 287-1122

Jupiter Island Police Department………………………… 545-0112

Sewall’s Point Police Department………………………287-2455

 

PARKING TICKETS Clerk of the Circuit Court

Traffic Violation Bureau ……………………………………288-5542

City of Stuart ………………………………………………….220-3904

 

PASSPORTS Clerk of the Circuit Court ………………..288-5553

 

POLLUTION Utilities & Solid Waste Department….288-5700

 

PROBATE DIVISION Clerk of the Circuit Court……..288-5540

 

PROPERTY APPRAISER

1111 SE Federal Highway, Suite 330, Stuart ………..288-5608

 

PROPERTY TAXES ……………………………………………288-5595

 

PROSECUTOR See State Attorney.

 

PUBLIC DEFENDER ………………………………………….288-5581

 

PUBLIC HEALTH UNIT Nursing Director ………………221-4030

 

RABIES CONTROL

Animal Control……………………………………………………463-3211

Animal testing for rabies (Health Department) ……221-4090

 

RADIOLOGICAL EMERGENCY PLANNING……………288-5695

 

RAPE CRISIS Line …………………….463-1475 or 1-800-569-7273

 

RED CROSS …………………………………………………….287-2002

 

RESOURCE REFERRAL FOR YOUTH

Children’s Services Council ……………………………….288-5758

Community Services Division ……………………………288-5434

 

RESTAURANT ILLNESS Health Department …………221-4090

 

RESTURANT VIOLATIONS………………………….. 1-850-487-1395

 

RETIRED SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM (RSVP)

To volunteer …………………………………………………..220-4472

 

SALES TAX (Department of Revenue)………. 1-772-429-2173

 

SENIOR CITIZENS

Alzheimer’s Association…………………………. 1-800-272-3900

Kane Center – Council On Aging…………………………223-7800

 

SENIOR CITIZEN PROGRAMS

Kane Center – Council On Aging…………………………223-7800

Parks and Recreation Department ……………………… 221-1430

 

SEPTIC TANK OVERFLOW Environmental Health …221-4090

 

SEWERS

Utilities & Solid Waste Department …………………. 221-1442

 

SMALL BUSINESS INFORMATION …………… 1-800-268-2678

 

SMALL CLAIMS COURT…………………………………….288-5979

 

SNAKE REMOVAL Home interior only ………………..463-3211

 

SOCIAL SECURITY Port St. Lucie Office……… 1-800-772-1213

www.socialsecurity.gov

 

SOCIAL SERVICES Health and Human Services…….288-5785

 

SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT

Conservation, education materials, aerial photo archives, soil information    221-1303

 

SOIL TESTING………………………………………………….221-4090

 

SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MGMT. DIST. ……. 1-800-432-2045

Water Shortage Hotline…………………………. 1-800-662-8876

 

STATE ATTORNEY 19th Judicial Circuit………………..288-5646

 

STORMWATER MAINTENANCE ……………….. 288-5927 Ext. 3

 

SUBSTANCE ABUSE SERVICES

Alcoholics Anonymous …………………………………….283-9337

Health and Human Services ……………………………..288-5785

 

SUICIDE

24 hour, 7-day hotline………………………………………………. 211

Crisis Line of the Treasure Coast…………………………….. 463-1475

 

SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS

135 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Stuart…..288-5637

TDD for the hearing impaired………… 692-7320 or 711 Relay

 

TAX BILL

Property Appraiser’s Office ………………………………288-5608

Payment information……………………………………….288-5600

 

TAX COLLECTOR’S OFFICE

3485 SE Willoughby Blvd., Stuart …… 288-5595 or 288-5604

 

TAX DEED SALES Clerk of the Circuit Court …………288-5736

 

TRAFFIC SIGNAL OUT …………………………….. 288-5927 Ext. 2

 

TRAFFIC TICKETS

Clerk of the Circuit Court’s Office, Traffic iolation Bureau (Main office) ..288-5542

 

TREASURE COAST REGIONAL PLANNING COUNCIL

Multi-jurisdictional planning organization ………….221-4060

 

TREASURE COAST HOSPICE………………………………403-4500

 

TUBERCULOSIS SCREENING/CONTROL………………221-4037


UNITED WAY OF MARTIN COUNTY……………………220-2179

 

VA HOSPITAL TRANSPORT ……………………………….288-5450

 

VETERAN’S CLINIC

3501 SE Willoughby Boulevard, Stuart………………… 288-0304

 

VETERAN’S SERVICES

Benefits information…………………………………………288-5448

Veteran’s transportation…………………………………..288-5450

 

VITAL STATISTICS Health Department …………………221-4002

 

VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION………………………….286-1844

 

VOLUNTEER CENTER OF MARTIN COUNTY …………220-4472

Court-mandated community service……………………283-2196

 

VOTER REGISTRATION………………………………………..288-5637

 

WATER CONSUMPTION SAFETY ………………………….221-4090

 

WATER CONSERVATION Well field requirements

Utilities and Solid Waste Department …………………. 221-1442

South Florida Water Mgmt. District ……………. 1-863-462-5260

WATER & SEWER AVAILABILITY ………………………….. 221-1442

Emergency/after-hours ………………………………………. 221-1434

 

WATER SHORTAGE VIOLATIONS

South Florida Water Mgmt. District ………… 1-800-662-8876

Sheriff’s Office ………………………………………………..220-7170

 

WATER TESTING

Martin County Utilities…………………………………………. 221-1442

Private Wells – Health Department…………………….221-4090

 

WELL LOCATING/RESIDENTIAL

Health Dept ……….221-4090

 

WILDLIFE HOSPITAL

Treasure Coast Wildlife Hospital

8438 SW 48th Avenue, Palm City ………………………286-6200