January 5, 2021
Pickleball Winter/Spring 2021 Season in Orange Beach flyer

The Orange Beach 2021 Winter/Spring Pickleball Season begins on Tuesday, January 5th at the Orange Beach Recreation Center. 

Six indoor courts are available five days per week from 8 a.m. to noon. 

  • Pickleball play is included with an annual Rec Center membership. 
  • Play is open to non-members for $5 per session. 
  • 15-session punch cards are available for $50...
January 4, 2021
Aerial photo of Perdido Pass

ORANGE BEACH, ALABAMA - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' contractor will resume dredging Perdido Pass in early January with work expected to take about a month. The contractor will begin mobilizing during the week of January 4, 2021.

Heavy equipment will be on the beach, west of the pass, and the public is asked to be respectful of the work areas. Additionally, boaters are asked to...

December 31, 2020
City of Orange Beach Winter 2021 Update presentation cover page

Orange Beach City Administrator Ken Grimes Jr. provides a Winter 2021 Update video for ongoing and future capital improvement projects and road construction in the City of Orange Beach. See the video below. Click here to view the pdf file of City of Orange Beach...

December 30, 2020
The Wharf Postpones Outdoor New Year’s Eve Events to New Year’s Day Due to Severe Weather Threats

ORANGE BEACH, Ala. (Dec. 31, 2020) — The Wharf’s annual New Year’s Eve events, including both the Kids Confetti Drop presented by Beachball Properties and Reelin’ in the New Year presented by Pepsi, WKRG and Miller Lite, have been postponed due to projected severe weather conditions in the area. The two events will now be combined and take place on Friday, Jan. 1, 2021 from 4 p.m. - 9 p.m....

December 28, 2020
A recycled Christmas tree is shown in the dune system at Gulf State Park

Orange Beach residents can dispose of live Christmas trees for recycling by placing trees, completely stripped of decorations and tinsel, on their curbs for pickup by Public Works.

In order to be recycled, trees must be stripped of all decorations and they cannot be flocked.
Flocked trees are not recyclable and will not be picked up for recycling.

The trees will be brought...