On April 29, 2021, the City of Gulf Shores kicked off the Resident Town Hall Series at the Erie Meyer Civic Center.
The meeting began with Mayor Robert Craft giving a brief introduction presentation to update residents on major city projects. After the presentation, the meeting transitioned to an interactive, open house format where residents could ask questions and learn more about current and proposed projects by visiting displays around the room and talking with City department heads. These displays provided detailed information about the projects and allowed residents to provide direct input.
Topics covered in this meeting included transportation projects, proposed improvements to police and fire rescue facilities, parks and recreation facilities, environmental efforts, and an update on Gulf Shores City Schools.
During the meeting, presentation boards were placed around the room for the public to see more detailed information about the projects presented. Click the links below to view the boards.
For questions related to transportation projects, please call the Engineering Department at (251) 968-6583.
For questions related to the proposed Medical Village on Coastal Gateway Boulevard, please call the Planning & Zoning Department at (251) 968-1164.
For questions about Parks and Recreation, please call (251) 968-2425.
For questions related to Fire Rescue, please call Station 1 at (251) 968-1481.
For questions related to the Gulf Shores Police Department, please call (251) 968-2431.
For information about Gulf Shores City Schools, please https://www.gsboe.org/.
For information about the Gulf Coast Center for Ecotourism & Sustainability, please visit www.GulfCenter.org.
For information related to the City's environmental projects, please call (251) 968-1124.