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Gulf Shores Mayor Robert Craft and the City Council have announced several precautionary measures to help ensure the health and safety of residents, employees and visitors. These steps are being taken in an abundance of caution and are targeted at minimizing the impact of COVID-19 in the community by limiting unnecessary exposure.
Effective Wednesday, March 18:
Gulf Shores public beaches, pavilions and outdoor recreation areas remain open. City officials urge everyone to follow the Alabama Department of Public Health’s (ADPH) recommended health and safety practices while frequenting these areas and during regularly scheduled daily routines. These include the following:
“The measures we are implementing are being put in place to help minimize the risk in our community,” said Mayor Robert Craft. “We are closely monitoring this situation and will adjust these measures based on coordination with our local, state and federal public health agencies. Our top priority is and will remain the health and wellness of everyone in our community.”
The City of Gulf Shores will continue to provide public updates on our website and through social media. The public is encouraged to sign up to receive update notifications by visiting our website and clicking the “Notify Me” button.
Additional sources of information on COVID-19 can be found on the ADPH website here, and the Center for Disease Control’s website by clicking here.