Emergency Management

The Orange Beach Emergency Management Agency's mission is to help its residents before, during, and after a disaster. Information on this page is intended to act as a guide. Please follow local authorities' directions during an emergency.


Hurricane Decal graphic with the words "Did you know a hurricane decal is required..."

Hurricane decals are available from the Finance Department. Per City Ordinance, the issuance of Hurricane Stickers will cease on the issuance of a Tropical Storm Warning and/or a Hurricane Warning.

NEW HURRICANE DECALS - The new hurricane re-entry decals are valid for two years - 2023-2024. Decals can be picked up at the Finance Department at 4151 Orange Beach Blvd. Office hours are 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday.  

Instructions for Hurricane Decals 2023-2024 (PDF)

Emergency Numbers

Baldwin County Emergency Management Agency

(251) 943-5611

Emergency Fire/Police/EMS


Gulf Shores Storm Information

(251) 968-8433

Baldwin EMC (for electrical emergencies and outages)

(251) 989-6247

Additional Resources for Storm Preparation 

and Recovery

Alabama Homeowners Handbook to Prepare for Natural Disasters

Baldwin County Emergency Management Agency

Website: baldwincountyal.gov/departments/EMA

Local Radio Frequency

WCSN 105.7 FM Orange Beach

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Weather Ready Nation (WRN) Ambassador

The City of Orange Beach is a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador.

Baldwin County has earned its StormReady designation by establishing a 24-hour warning point and emerStormReadygency operations center, promoting public readiness through community seminars, and has developed a weather plan that includes training severe weather spotters.