No. The No Charge Parking Passes for Orange Beach residents (as defined by the City of Orange Beach) were part of an agreement signed between the City of Orange Beach and the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Due to the value of the passes and the limited number of beach access parking spaces, the City of Orange Beach restricted the distribution quantity of No Charge Parking Passes to two per household with one additional vehicle pass available that can be purchased at Gulf State Park Headquarters. As a result, "Orange Beach resident" is defined by the City of Orange Beach, as individuals who possess a valid Alabama Driver's License with a physical address inside the city limits of Orange Beach, Alabama. Ono Island is part of unincorporated Baldwin County and is not within the city limits of Orange Beach. Property owners and/or business owners who do not meet the Driver's License requirements will also not qualify for a No Charge Parking Pass.