Moderate surf and/or currents.
Orange Beach Police Chief Joe Fierro introduced the newest officers of the department - Officer Michael Dean and Officer Abby Headley - to the City Council during its regular meeting on Tuesday, January 8th.
Following their introduction, Officers Dean and Headley were sworn in by Orange Beach Municipal Judge Julian B. “Buddy” Brackin.
Chief Fierro said Officer Dean is a native of...
Registration for Orange Beach youth baseball and softball will be open from January 16th to February 3rd.
Starting on January 16th, registration information will be available on the city website at www.orangebeachal.gov/departments/parks-recreation/youth-sports.
Registration details, by age, are...
All non-essential City of Orange Beach offices will be closed on Monday, January 21st in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
Trash and recycling routes will run on normal schedules and will not be affected.
City offices will reopen for normal business hours on Tuesday, January 22nd.
ORANGE BEACH, ALABAMA (Jan. 10, 2019) - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will begin dredging Perdido Pass this month with work expected to take several weeks.
Heavy equipment will be on the beach and the public is asked to be respectful of the work areas. Additionally, boaters are asked to maintain a safe distance from the dredging equipment and the pipelines in the water.
Mardi Gras parades in Orange Beach will begin to roll with The Mystical Order of Mirams Mardi Gras Parade on Friday, March 1st. The parade begins on Perdido Beach Boulevard at 6:30 p.m. at the traffic signal just east of Phoenix West and it will end at intersection at Highway 161 and Perdido Beach Boulevard. Please note where the new medians begin the parades will move to the...