1. CITY NEWS

  1. Gulf waters remain closed due to life-threatening rip currents

    City of Gulf Shores officials want to emphasize the life-threatening risk of entering the waters of the Gulf of Mexico due to the presence of dangerous rip currents caused by Hurricane Michael. Anyone voluntarily entering the water is subject to arrest... Read on...
  2. Gulf Shores remains under Tropical Storm Warning due to advancing Hurricane Michael

    City of Gulf Shores officials continue to monitor Hurricane Michael as it continues on an eastern track and is forecast to make landfall as a Category 3 major hurricane between Destin and Apalachicola on the Florida Panhandle. Gulf Shores’ residents... Read on...
  3. Hurricane Michael takes slight westward shift placing Gulf Shores under Hurricane Watch

    City of Gulf Shores officials continue to monitor Hurricane Michael’s track which has taken a slight westward shift. The National Weather Service has issued a Hurricane Warning for the Western Florida Panhandle and a Tropical Storm Warning and... Read on...
  4. Gulf Shores officials actively monitoring Hurricane Michael

    City of Gulf Shores officials are actively monitoring developments with Hurricane Michael. The storm is forecast to become a Category 3 hurricane prior to landfall, which is expected early Wednesday morning along the Florida Panhandle. The... Read on...
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    Gulf Shores City Council Passes Airbnb Tax Agreement

    The Gulf Shores City Council approved a tax agreement yesterday evening between the City and Airbnb that authorizes the company to collect the local lodging tax on behalf of its Gulf Shores hosts and remit the revenue directly to the city... Read on...
  6. Tri-City Community Foundation Group

    Local Citizens of Foley, Gulf Shores and Orange Beach establish Tri-City Community Foundation

    An Affiliate Fund through The Community Foundation of South Alabama allows local leaders to join together and make a lasting impact on their community. With access to the Foundation’s financial and administrative services, these funds have the... Read on...
  7. AASB Presidents Award - 2018

    Gulf Shores City Board of Education awarded AASB President's Award

    The Gulf Shores City Board of Education was awarded the Alabama Association of School Boards (AASB) President’s Award. The award recognizes school boards which, as a team, have committed to improving their boardmanship skills. The President’s Award... Read on...
  8. SAFER GRANT

    Gulf Shores Fire and Emergency Service receives $640,770 SAFER Grant

    The City of Gulf Shores Department of Fire and Emergency Service has been awarded a $640,770 SAFER grant by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Federal Emergency Management Agency. This award is part of the fiscal year 2018 Assistance to... Read on...
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    Gulf Shores announces Wild and Wicked Beach Bash set for October 19

    The City of Gulf Shores is excited to announce the Wild and Wicked Beach Bash coming to Gulf Place Public Beach on Oct. 19. Locals and visitors are invited to wear their best Halloween costume and participate in this horrifyingly fun event featuring... Read on...
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    Embassy Suites hotel to anchor new $85 million mixed-use development in Gulf Shores

    Plans for a new luxury hotel and mixed-use development have been unveiled in Gulf Shores. Mayor Robert Craft announced Tuesday that the City has reached an agreement in principle with DD Partners, LLC, a development team led by Birmingham-based developer Read on...
  11. Public Info Revised

    Friendly reminder, dogs are not permitted on Gulf Shores beaches

    The City of Gulf Shores would like to make all residents and visitors aware that dogs and other pets are NOT permitted on the beach within the corporate limits of the city. Read on...
  12. Press Release - Website

    Five citizens appointed to Gulf Shores City Board of Education

    The Gulf Shores City Council took another major step toward establishing its own city school system Monday as it appointed five citizens to the Gulf Shores City Board of Education. The five member board collectively brings nearly 90 years of related, Read on...
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  1. Mon, Aug 20 - Wed, Oct 17

    Couch to 5K - The New You Begins 08.20.18 The NEW YOU begins August 20, 2018! Back by pop...
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  2. Wed, Oct 17

    Art Workshop No instructor. Location: library meeting room. ...
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  3. Thu, Oct 18

    PICKLEBALL OPENPLAY PICKLEBALL OPEN PLAY Everyone is welcome. All pl...
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  4. Thu, Oct 18

    Once Upon a Story Time Children of all ages are invited to join in the fu...
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  1. Thu, Oct 18

    Movies at Meyer Park More details to be announced soon.
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  2. Fri, Oct 19

    Wild & Wicked Beach Bash The Wild and Wicked Beach Bash is coming to Gulf P...
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  3. Mon, Oct 22

    PICKLEBALL OPENPLAY PICKLEBALL OPEN PLAY Everyone is welcome. All pl...
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