Current Projects

COUNTY ROAD 6 INTERSECTION IMP 8-18-16
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County Road 6 Intersection Improvements


The City of Gulf Shores' Public Works Department is currently replacing the wired traffic signal at the intersection of County Road 6 and Highway 59 with a mast-arm signal.  For more information on this construction project, please click here

Beach Boulevard Improvements


The City of Gulf Shores and ALDOT are working together to implement improvements along Beach Boulevard that include pedestrian crossings, mast-arm signals, etc. For more information on this project, please click here

county road 8 fbe intersection enlargement
Sensory Garden

Coastal Gateway Boulevard Improvements


The City of Gulf Shores have plans to widen Coastal Gateway Boulevard (formerly County Road 8 East) and install bicycle lanes and sidewalks along the four lanes from Highway 59 to Foley Beach Express. For more information on this project, please click here

Sensory Garden


The Garden Club and Beautification Board, in collaboration with the City’s Public Works Department, is currently constructing a Sensory Garden at the corner of West 2nd Street and West 19th Avenue. For more information on this project, please click here

High Jump Area
Gulf Place Phase 1B

Sportsplex High Jump Area

The City of Gulf Shores Sportsplex has established an impressive sports tourism reputation at regional and national levels and currently hosts the collegiate NAIA National Outdoor Track & Field Championship, the high school AHSSA and AISA State Outdoor Track & Field Championships and numerous other track and field events annually. In an effort to retain and attract these economically beneficial events, the construction of a new high jump area is necessary. For more information about this project, please click here

Gulf Place Phase 1B

This phase of the Gulf Place Project will create public beach access areas on the east side of the public beach front with associated amenities. Amenities will include a new restroom building, a new police substation, shade structures, improved pedestrian accesses, a 20’ wide boardwalk, a new dune walkover, and attractive native landscaping. For more information about this project, please click here