Moderate surf and/or currents.
Since early June, nearly two dozen teens have been working and learning life skills as part of the City of Orange Beach’s first-ever summer work program.
Open to teens ages 14 and 15, the program has 21 teens - most from Orange Beach - helping seven departments in the City.
"The City feels fortunate to be able to provide this opportunity for the young teenagers of Orange Beach,”...
The community is invited to join Chief Joe Fierro and the Orange Beach Police Department for Tacos with the Five-O on Tuesday, July 24th from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Cactus Cantina Mexican Grill (North).
Food and drink will be provided courtesy of Cactus Cantina at 25908 Canal Road, Suite A, in Orange Beach.
For more information on the Orange Beach Police Department meet and...
In observance of Independence Day, non-essential city offices will be closed on Wednesday, July 4th.
Trash and recycling will not be affected. All routes will run as normal.
Offices will open, with normal hours, on Thursday, July 5th.
By John Mullen | June 22, 2018 | OBA Website
It’s no secret getting around Orange Beach during the busy summer season can sometimes be a challenge.
But maybe city leaders can take a few pointers from a pair of peahens – female peacocks – that have had no problem getting around town since their unexpected arrival in March.
The peahens were part of a...
We all love Red Snapper Season but please do not discard fish carcasses in our local waterways. It is illegal and a growing problem.
For all boaters, please dispose of unwanted bait and eviscerated (gutted) fish well offshore, not at a marina or in inland waterway. If fish are gutted on land, double bag the fish waste and properly dispose the bag in a covered trash can. Another...