New Subdivision Regulations were adopted
by the Spanish Fort Planning Commission
on Monday, February 8, 2016.  
Comments or questions regarding 
these new regulations may be emailed

The Spanish Fort City Council will hold a
meeting on Monday, February 15, 2016, beginning
at 6:00 p.m., in the Multi-Purpose Room of
Spanish Fort Community Center.
A work session will be held prior to the meeting,
beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the Conference Room.
Meeting Agenda


There are no Requests for Proposals
at this time for the City of Spanish Fort.

 If you have lost or found a pet, contact
Spanish Fort City Hall with information and a
photo of the pet, if possible.  This information
may be posted on the
City's Facebook page,
Spanish Fort, Alabama,
and shared with area veterinarians, animal
shelters, etc.
  Please do your part by being a
pet owner.  Have your pets spayed or
neutered. Pets should be micro-chipped or,
at the very least, wear a substantial collar
with current ID tags attached so that, should
they go missing, someone who finds your
pet can return them to you as soon as possible.


Spanish Fort in the News

In Brick and Mortar Projects,
Growing Alabama Cities Show Pride

Spanish Fort Emergency Sirens Go Live
with the First System Test

Grand Opening Held for Airbus Manufacturing
Facility in Neighboring Mobile.

Diverging Diamond Interchange at Al-181 Emerges
as Top Priority as ALDOT Explores Exotic Design.

Spanish Fort Balancing Small-Town
Attitude with Imminent Growth.

Spanish Fort Joins the Class of 2015 with
Alabama Communities of Excellence Designation.


Mobile River Bridge Project


The I-10 Mobile River Bridge and Bayway Widening project is a proposal for increasing the capacity of I-10 by constructing a new six-lane
bridge with 215-feet of Air Draft Clearance (ADC) across the Mobile River and widening the existing I-10 bridges across Mobile Bay from four to eight lanes.  The proposed project would be located in Mobile and Baldwin Counties in Alabama.  For the latest information on this project, click on the photo or visit the following websites:  
Mobile River Bridge
 and  Build the I-10 Bridge.




Mark your calendars for the Congressman Bradley Byrne's stop in Spanish Fort on his "Listening to You Town Hall Tour".  Congressman Byrne will be in Spanish Fort on Monday, February 22, 2016, beginning at 6:00 p.m. at Spanish Fort Community Center, 7361 Spanish Fort Boulevard to answer your questions and address your concerns.  We hope that you will be in attendance!

Please share this information with family, friends and neighbors in our community.


Resolve to Take Advantage of the
Spanish Fort Community Center
Senior Center and Public Library in 2016!


Did your 2016 New Year's Resolutions include living healthier and getting into better physical shape?  Perhaps you resolved to find time to read more in 2016?  Start this new year off on the right foot by checking out the Spanish Fort Community Center page for information about the Spanish Fort Public Library and the fitness facilities and other activities available in the Senior Center.  

Recent technical problems with the calendars on the Community Center page have been resolved and the Library Calendar and the Senior Center are now functioning properly.  Events will be posted as they are scheduled so continue to check the calendars often.


Visit Spanish Fort Public Library's Official Website by clicking on the logo box above.


Spanish Fort Toros Quarterback,
Tyler Johnston, named Mr. Football
by Alabama Sports Writers Association

Photo by Stacy Long, Montgomery Advertiser

Tyler, who has garnered many awards and accolades throughout his 35-0 football career, 
was named 2015 Mr. Football for the State of Alabama at the annual Player of the Year Banquet in Montgomery on January 13th.  This is the first time that a player from Spanish Fort has
won the award.  Tyler was also chosen as 2015 Coastal Player of the Year and gives much credit for his success to his team members, his school and his community.  Tyler, having never lost a game as the Toros' starting quarterback, has committed to UAB.  

Read Ben Thomas' article about Tyler Johnston at Johnston

 and Stacy Long's article at Montgomery Advertiser

Spanish Fort Toros Take Over Top Spot 
in Season-Ending Power 25!

Photo by Julie Bennett,
Read article by Josh Bean.

In addition to Tyler Johnston being named 2015 Coastal Player of the Year, Jacob Johnson made the 2015 All-Coastal First Team's Offense and Justin Thomas, Thomas Johnston, Tre Threat
and Javon Brown were named to the
2015 All-Coastal First Team's Defense.
Stephan Holcomb was named to the
2015 All-Coastal Second Team's Defense.
It has been a great season for the Toros!  

Spanish Fort is Toro Country!


Welcome to the official website of the City of Spanish  Fort!  Whether you are a resident, considering a move, or just visiting our city, I hope that this site will become your go-to source for useful information about Spanish Fort and Baldwin County.  Please check back often for the most current announcements and information.  Our City staff strives to provide the best possible services for citizens and visitors alike and appreciates your comments and questions.  

Political Signs and Upcoming Elections

As outlined in Ordinance No. 1994-20, as amended, and Ordinance 411-2012,  political signs may not be erected more than 90-days prior to an election and must be removed no later than 3 days after the election. Signs shall not be placed in rights-of-ways and must be in your yard or at a business, with the owner's consent.  No signs shall be posted to fences, utility poles, trees, etc.    


Voter Registration Information


If you want to register to vote or need to change your address on your voter registration, visit the Voter Registration page for information and instructions.


Check out photos of Spanish Fort events in the website's Photo Gallery.


If you and your children attended the Night Before Christmas Book Reading on December 17, 2015, your child's photo with Santa may be posted on the Santa Jeff page on facebook under the December 17th entries.


Spirit Park Tennis Court Renovations Continue

Renovations continue on the eight Spirit Park tennis courts as the power washing of the courts now complete.  The next step in the process will be the resurfacing of all courts.  Unfortunately, work at this stage cannot be done when temperatures are forecast to drop below 60 degrees.  We will make every effort to ensure that some courts are available for play during the renovations by not working on all courts simultaneously.
Please be patient during this ongoing project as the outcome will certainly be worth the wait.