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August 30, 2021
Storm Update for Monday, August 30: City offices are open; some recreation facilities are closed

City of Orange Beach offices are open with normal hours today - Monday, August 30th. 

While city offices are open, some recreation facilities are closed due to inclement weather caused by the remains of Hurricane Ida, which made landfall in southeastern Louisiana on Sunday, August 29th.. 

Closures include the following: 

  • The Recreation Center/Basketball gym is closed...
August 29, 2021
Hurricane Ida Update No. 3 – 1 p.m. Sunday, August 29, 2021

The City of Orange Beach continues to monitor updates on Major Hurricane Ida from the National Hurricane Center and our local National Weather Service bureau in Mobile. Ida made landfall at 11:55 a.m. today as a Category 4 Hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 150mph over Port Fourchon in southeast Louisiana. 

A Tropical Storm Warning, High Surf Warning, and Storm Surge Warning...

August 28, 2021
Hurricane Ida Update - Storm Update graphic

The City of Orange Beach continues to monitor updates on Hurricane Ida from the National Hurricane Center and our local National Weather Service bureau in Mobile. Ida is forecast to make landfall as a major hurricane along the southeast Louisiana coast on Sunday night.

A Tropical Storm Warning and High Surf Warning have been issued for the Alabama Gulf Coast. A Storm Surge Watch and...

August 27, 2021
Hurricane Ida Update No. 1 – 1:30 p.m. August 27, 2021

The City of Orange Beach is monitoring updates on Hurricane Ida from the National Hurricane Center and our local National Weather Service bureau in Mobile.

Ida is expected to approach the Louisiana coast as a major hurricane (potentially Category 3+) on Sunday night.

A Tropical Storm Watch has been issued for the Alabama Gulf Coast as well as a Storm Surge Watch. The peak storm...

August 27, 2021
Lauder Lane and Pelican Place 2021 resurfacing

Since starting in July, paving has been ongoing on many city streets as part of the 2021 Roadway Resurfacing project. 

The Orange Beach City Council voted early this summer to award the resurfacing project to Roads Inc. of NWF, which had the lowest bid. The total cost is $436,200 and covers 10 city streets. 

The list of streets is as follows: 

  • Hickory Lane
  • ...