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February 17, 2021
29th Annual Orange Beach Seafood Fest & Car Show flyer

The annual Orange Beach Seafood Festival and Car Show returns to the Wharf on Saturday, February 27, 2021 with modifications in place due to Covid-19. The 29th annual event will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  

This will be the first festival in Orange Beach in 2021! There will be delicious food, terrific music, and impressive antique and classic cars. There is no better way to spend a...

February 10, 2021
City office closing graphic for 2021 Mardi Gras holiday

On Fat Tuesday, February 16, 2021, all non-essential City of Orange Beach offices will be closed for the Mardi Gras holiday.  Trash and recycling routes will not be affected.

City offices will reopen for normal business hours on Wednesday, February 17.

Due to public safety concerns, the City of Orange Beach has canceled its annual Fat Tuesday parade on February 16th, and the...

February 10, 2021
ALDOT resurfacing project begins on Perdido Beach Boulevard

UPDATE ON MARCH 1, 2021: Update to the paving of Perdido Beach Boulevard: In order to accommodate spring break traffic, roadwork is now taking place during nighttime hours only, 9:00PM to 9:00AM Sunday – Thursday. ALDOT will monitor the traffic and adjust accordingly.

The Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT) began resurfacing Perdido Beach Boulevard this week, starting...

February 5, 2021
Recycle Right Orange Beach graphic

The City of Orange Beach residential recycling pickup service is experiencing problems with trash/garbage, as well as medical waste, being in the recycling cans. 

When trash is mixed with recyclable materials it is considered “contaminated” and is sent to the local landfill. Please help the city ensure all of your recyclables are recycled. Recycle Right! 

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February 5, 2021
Orange Beach's Hurricane Sally debris pickup deadline set for March 16, 2021

The City of Orange Beach’s debris contractor CrowderGulf will end Hurricane Sally roadside debris pickup operations for residential properties on March 16th. 

Now is the time to put out any remaining storm debris!

Do not wait until the last minute because city equipment cannot handle large debris. After March 16th, removal of large debris will be at the expense...