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    City of Gulf Shores Cancels Fourth of July Fireworks

    After careful consideration of the potential health risks related to COVID-19, the City of Gulf Shores has canceled the 2020 Fourth of July fireworks. Read on...
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    Grant agreement approved for Air Traffic Control Tower Facility at Jack Edwards Airport

    The Gulf Shores City Council and Gulf Shores Airport Authority in separate actions today approved a grant with the Federal Aviation Administration in the amount of $5,374,830. Read on...
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    City of Gulf Shores Updates Facility Openings Following Governor Ivey’s Safer at Home Order

    In response to the amended Safer at Home Order issued by Governor Kay Ivey that goes into effect at 5 p.m. today, the City of Gulf Shores would like to announce the following facility openings and updates. Read on...
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    Dredge Work at Little Lagoon Pass to Begin May 26

    The shallow water depth in Little Lagoon Pass has triggered the standing Court Order requiring the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) to prepare and begin dredging to allow the exchange of water from Little Lagoon and the Gulf of Mexico. Read on...
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    Gulf Shores Reopens City Beaches and Facilities in Response to Safer at Home Order

    In accordance with the new Safer at Home Order recently issued by Governor Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Public Health, the City of Gulf Shores will reopen beaches and certain facilities. Read on...
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    Highway 59 Resurfacing Project to Start April 13

    The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) will begin a routine maintenance resurfacing project on a portion of State Highway 59 in Baldwin County beginning Monday, April 13. Read on...
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