May 22, 2019
Graphic showing bicyclists taking part in the 2019 Gulf Coast Brotherhood Ride

On Friday afternoon, a group of first responders is scheduled to roll into Orange Beach, capping off a 450-mile trek that began on Monday, May 20th in Eunice, Louisiana in honor of fallen colleagues.

The 2019 Gulf Coast Brotherhood Ride is honoring 12 fallen first responders from Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. It will finish at Orange Beach Fire Station No. 1, behind City Hall....

May 21, 2019
Graphic announcing Orange Beach Wildlife Center Calendar Photo Contest

The Orange Beach Wildlife Center is hosting a Calendar Photo Contest.  The contest is open to amateur photographers only, and photographs must be of local and native wildlife.

All entries must be in .JPEG format. No more than five entries per person will be accepted. Save and submit photos tagged as “last name - subject of photo - entry number.” Example: “Smith - heron - 1”.


May 21, 2019
Graphic saying We Observe Memorial Day, City Offices Closed

All non-essential City of Orange Beach offices will be closed on Monday, May 27th in observance of the Memorial Day holiday.

Trash and recycling will not be affected. All routes will run as normal.

The city hopes everyone has a safe holiday weekend and sets aside time to honor and remember all those who died serving our great country.

Offices will reopen for normal...

May 21, 2019
Top of flyer promoting the 2019 Junior Marksmanship Program

The annual Junior Marksmanship Program will be held in June in Orange Beach.

The free program, conducted in conjunction with the State of Alabama, Department of Conservation, Wildlife & Freshwater Fisheries Division, is open to children ages 8 to 15. Younger or older children may attend pending approval. For more information, call Chris Litton at 251-980-5946.

Three separate...

May 21, 2019
Cover of the 2018 Tourism Economic Impact Report for State of Alabama

MONTGOMERY – Governor Kay Ivey on Monday [May 20, 2019] announced at a press conference that one million more people visited Alabama in 2018 than ever before and spent $15.5 billion, which was $1.2 billion higher than the previous year, according to the state’s annual economic impact report produced by Montgomery economist Dr. Keivan Deravi for the Alabama Tourism Department.