Labor Day
09/07/2015 -
City Council Work Session
09/08/2015 - 5:00 PM
City Council Meeting
09/08/2015 - 6:00 PM
Planning Commission Meeting
09/14/2015 - 6:30 PM
City Council Work Session
09/21/2015 - 5:00 PM
City Council Meeting
09/21/2015 - 6:00 PM


Spanish Fort Planning Commission
Meeting Agenda, Monday, August 10, 2015.

Proposed Amendments to the
Design Standards of the
Highlands of Spanish Fort


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

The Spanish Fort City Council adopted the
following ordinances on September 15, 2014:

Ordinance No. 476-2014, Business License
Code and Scheduling of Licenses of the
City of Spanish Fort, Alabama, for the
Year 2015 and Each Subsequent Year.

Ordinance No. 477-2014, an Ordinance
Establishing a License Tax for Persons
Engaged in Selling or Distributing
Gasoline or Motor Fuel Within the
Corporate Limits of the
City of Spanish Fort, Alabama.

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.
  Do your part by being a responsible
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.



Teacher, historian and activist, Mary Grice, Left Her Legacy in Historic Blakeley Park.

Memorial to Honor Female Veterans to be Erected in Spanish Fort.

Diverging diamond interchange at Al-181 emerges as top priority as ALDOT explores exotic design.

Baldwin County discusses BRATS contracts, Spanish Fort Park-and-Ride.

Spanish Fort balancing small-town attitude with imminent growth.

Piggly Wiggly's move into Spanish prompts some governmental shuffling.

Spanish Fort Council approves fixes for high school, middle school fields.

Spanish Fort joins Class of 2015 with Alabama Communities of Excellence designation.

Spanish Fort on track for severe weather sirens.

7th Annual Delta Woods & Waters Expo was a great success.

28th Annual Alabama Coastal Cleanup

In its twenty-seven year effort to clean up the coast, over 77,000 volunteers have removed more than 1.5 million pounds of trash from Alabama’s valued coastline and waterways.  Join us this year as we continue to make Alabama the Beautiful!

This year's Alabama Coastal Cleanup is scheduled for Saturday, September 19th from 8:00 am until Noon. You or your organization can make a tremendous impact on Coastal Alabama by volunteering for just four hours before heading home to watch the Tigers and Tide whip the Bayou Bengals and Confederate Black Bears.

There will be two cleanup zones in Spanish Fort this year: the Chocolatta Bay Boat Ramp between Ralph & Kacoo's and the I-10 interchange, and the Five Rivers Delta Resource Center, which will be open to canoes and kayaks only.

If you’d like to be involved with the 28th Annual Alabama Coastal Cleanup, please visit or call (251) 928-9792.




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.  

A Fox 10 News Interview

Interview with Mayor McMillan about Community Center construction progress.


Mayor Mike McMillan Selected as
2015 Nappie Award Winner as Eastern Shore's
Hardest Working Elected Official


Click the link to read the Lagniappe article, "Spanish Fort Mayor Mike McMillan
Doesn't Mind the Overtime".


Town Center Park Now Open

Spanish Fort Town Center, Exit 35 off I-10,  MAP
South of Town Center Apartments
Constructed by Spanish Fort Town Center developer, Cypress Equities, the new public park includes a pavilion, fitness area, playground, splash pad and more.  Cypress Equities will manage the new park and may be contacted at 214-561-8800 for reserving park amenities.  The City of Spanish Fort is proud and excited to have this beautiful Town Center Park in our City!  Read's article and watch their video of Town Center Park Grand Opening.


Please visit The Photo Gallery  to view photos of the City's various special events which take place throughout the year.


Mobile River I-10 Bridge Project


July 23, 2015 Press Release - It was announced that Thompson Engineering has been selected as the Mobile River Bridge Project Design Team.  Please visit the Mobile River Bridge website, hosted by the Alabama Department of Transportation, for updates on the proposed bridge plans.