St. Lucie County is Mobile & Social
St. Lucie County's Communications Division is always looking for ways to reach residents and visitors, whether it is through our websites, government access channel (SLCTV Comcast 28 / U-Verse 99), social media, mobile apps or traditional media outlets such as newspapers and television stations.
- My St. Lucie App (Records & Service Requests)
- Visit St. Lucie App (Visitor & Tourist Information)
- Alert St. Lucie (Emergency Notification System)
- Sign up for phone calls, texts or emails at www.stlucieco.gov/alert
The Aquarium After Dark Returns Feb. 13, Feb. 27 and March 9
Aquarium After Dark is back. Join Smithsonian educators for a fantastic evening of discovery at the St. Lucie County Aquarium as guests explore our darkened aquariums with special flashlights, allowing you to see nocturnal animals and bioluminescent corals, on Wednesday, Feb. 13, Wednesday, Feb. 27 and Saturday, March 9 from 6 – 8 p.m.
Learn about this fascinating nighttime world that most don't get to see. Pizza dinner is included in the ticket price. Ticket prices are $12 per adult, $10 per child under 17. Member rates are $10 per adult, $8 per child under 17. Registration is required. Staff is unable to take walk-ins the night of the program. To register call 772-465-3271.
Additionally, the Smithson staff will be hosting a beach clean-up on Saturday, Feb. 16 from 8 to 10 a.m. Staff will provide pickers, gloves, buckets and other materials. This event is free; however, it does not include admission to the aquarium. Registration is not required.
The Smithsonian Exhibit is located in the St. Lucie County Aquarium, 420 Seaway Drive, on South Hutchinson Island in Fort Pierce. The Smithsonian Marine Station teamed with St. Lucie County and other community partners to open this unique educational facility in 2001. The Smithsonian Exhibit is an outreach effort of the Smithsonian Marine Station, a branch of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History in Washington, DC. A fixture in the Fort Pierce community for more than 40 years, the Marine Station is dedicated to understanding the character and diversity of the marine and estuarine habitats of Florida.