1. CITY NEWS

  1. WEATHER UPDATE 8 (1)

    Hurricane Sally Update #8: Dangerous Roadway Conditions Exist, City-Wide Curfew Extended

    City officials are actively assessing the impacts from Hurricane Sally. Citizens should be aware that hazardous conditions exist along many roadways, making them impassable and extremely dangerous. Read on...
  2. WEATHER UPDATE 7

    Hurricane Sally Update #7: Roads and Bridges Closing in Gulf Shores

    Flooding conditions have inundated numerous roads and bridges throughout the City of Gulf Shores. Read on...
  3. WEATHER UPDATE 5 (2)

    Hurricane Sally Update #6: City of Gulf Shores Experiences Flooded Roadway Conditions, Curfew Issued

    As Hurricane Sally’s track continues to shift east, local conditions continue to worsen in the City of Gulf Shores and surrounding areas. Read on...
  4. WEATHER UPDATE 5 (1)

    Hurricane Sally Update #5: Sally Upgraded to Hurricane Forcing Beach Closures

    Due to the increasingly dangerous conditions anticipated from Hurricane Sally, Governor Kay Ivey has issued a supplemental State of Emergency forcing all City of Gulf Shores beaches and all public beach accesses to close at 3 p.m. Read on...
  5. WEATHER UPDATE 4

    TS Sally Update #4: City of Gulf Shores Under Hurricane Warning, State of Emergency Declared

    In a Special City Council Meeting this morning, Gulf Shores Mayor Robert Craft and members of the City Council declared a State of Emergency for the City of Gulf Shores due to Tropical Storm Sally. Read on...
  6. WEATHER UPDATE 3

    TS Sally Update #3: Dangerous and Significant Flooding Event Anticipated

    As of the 5 p.m., Sunday, September 13, advisory issued by the National Weather Service, a Tropical Storm Warning, Hurricane Watch, Storm Surge Watch, and Flash Flood Watch remain in effect for the Coastal Baldwin County area. Read on...
  7. WEATHER UPDATE 2

    TS Sally Update #2: Tropical Storm Warning, Hurricane Watch and Flash Flood Watch Remain in Effect

    Tropical Storm Warning, Hurricane Watch and Flash Flood Watch Remain in Effect for City of Gulf Shores and Coastal Baldwin County Read on...
  8. WEATHER UPDATE

    TS Sally Update # 1: Hurricane and Flash Flood Watches Issued

    As of the 4 p.m. CST advisory issued by the National Weather Service, a Hurricane Watch is now in effect for the Coastal Baldwin County area. Read on...
  9. COW 9-8-2020

    City Council Work Session - September 8, 2020, Agenda Overview

    The Gulf Shores City Council Work Session Meeting will be held on Tuesday, September 8, at 4 p.m. at the Erie Hall Meyer Civic Center. This meeting is open to public attendance. Masks and social distancing will be required. Read on...
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    Gulf Shores Airport Authority Breaks Ground for New Air Traffic Control Tower Facility at JKA

    The Airport Authority of Gulf Shores held a groundbreaking ceremony for the new air traffic control tower facility at Jack Edwards National Airport (JKA). Read on...
  11. Labor Day Hours

    The City of Gulf Shores Announces Labor Day Closures

    In honor of Labor Day, administrative offices for the City of Gulf Shores will be closed on Monday, September 7. Police, fire and other emergency services will remain open to ensure public safety and health. Read on...
  12. 2020 Election Candidates

    The City of Gulf Shores Announces 2020 Municipal Election Results

    The City of Gulf Shores has announced the results from today’s municipal elections. These results are unofficial pending the count of the provisional ballots by the Board of Registrars and canvasing by the Gulf Shores City Council on September 1, 2020. Read on...
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    New Collaborative Learning Center Addition Approved for Gulf Shores Elementary

    Mayor Robert Craft and the City Council unanimously approved a resolution to move forward with the addition of a new Science, Reading, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STREAM) Collaborative Learning Center at Gulf Shores Elementary School. Read on...
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