HURRICANE SALLY UPDATES 

DEBRIS PICKUP DEADLINE EXTENDED TO NOVEMBER 12

November 6, 2020

 

The City of Spanish Fort has extended the debris pickup deadline to Thursday, November 12, 2020 at 8:00 am. Debris not placed at the curb before this time will be picked up in the usual manner by Waste Pro following Waste Pro guidelines.

CLICK HERE to see the official press release.

FEMA RECOVERY UPDATE - HURRICANE SALLY

November 6, 2020

There are less than two weeks left to register for FEMA Assistance for Hurricane Sally.

CLICK HERE to see the official update from FEMA.

FINAL DEBRIS PICKUP NOTICE

November 3, 2020

 

Crowder Gulf will be making one final pass on Friday, November 6, 2020 in order to pick up any remaining storm debris. Please make sure to get any and all storm related debris pushed out to the curb before that time, but please remember to keep debris clear of the road so that it does not negatively impact traffic and cause safety concerns. This will be Crowder Gulf’s last pass through the city and Waste Pro will resume their regular pickup again beginning next week.

DATE CHANGED FOR FINAL NOTICE ON DEBRIS PICKUP 

October 26, 2020

Due to potential tropical weather this week, Crowder Gulf will now begin their final pass through the city on Friday, October 30, 2020 to collect any remaining debris piles related to Hurricane Sally. They are currently assessing streets in preparation for the final pass to pickup any piles that may have been missed or had not previously been placed at the curb. Depending on any potential impacts from the storm this week, this timeline is still subject to change in order to account for any additional pickups that may be needed. 

FINAL NOTICE ON DEBRIS PICKUP 

October 20, 2020

On Wednesday, October 28, Crowder Gulf will begin their final pass through the city to collect any debris related to Hurricane Sally that has not been previously picked up. Please make sure any and all storm debris is pushed out to the curb (please remember not to place items in the street where it could impair traffic) as this will be the last sweep made by Crowder Gulf before we resume normal debris pickup by Waste Pro. Trucks will still be working in the area over the next week to complete the second pass through the city before starting over on Wednesday the 28th.

STORM DEBRIS REMOVAL UPDATE 

September 29, 2020

Crowder Gulf is already underway on debris pickup first focusing on the hardest hit areas and will continue to work through the other areas of the City. In the meantime, we would like to remind all residents to please make sure any debris in front of your house is not laying or falling out into the roadway as this can create dangerous situations for drivers. Also, school buses will be running again in the morning and any debris piled in the street can potentially cause safety concerns and/or delays for buses, garbage trucks, utility workers, and other larger vehicles moving through areas of the City.  

 

 

DISASTER RELIEF FORMS RELATED TO HURRICANE SALLY 

September 23, 2020

Disaster Relief Forms Available through U.S. Small Business Administration and FEMA

CURFEW LIFTED 

September 19, 2020

****FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE****

Saturday, September 19, 2020

City of Spanish Fort 

251-626-4884

Effective immediately, Mayor Mike McMillan has lifted the previously imposed curfew for all areas located within the city limits of the City of Spanish Fort.

REMINDER TO ALL CONTRACTORS REGARDING HURRICANE CLEANUP 

September 18, 2020

In an effort to protect our citizens from uninsured or unsecured businesses, the City of Spanish Fort would like to remind all contractors that are assisting in Hurricane Sally clean-up that Business Licenses must be obtained from City Hall before beginning any work within the city limits. Application forms can be obtained from the City's website at https://www.cityofspanishfort.com/business-licenses-taxes.

Payment can be made by credit card (4% fee), cash or check. License fee is prorated after July 1 to $62.00. Completed applications may be emailed to permitclerk@cityofspanishfort.com or dropped off at City Hall. Office hours are Monday - Friday, 8:00 - 4:30 p.m. Credit card payments can be made over the phone at 251-626-4993. 

CURFEW HOURS UPDATED 

September 17, 2020

****FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE****

Thursday, September 17, 2020

City of Spanish Fort 

251-626-4884

Mayor Mike McMillan has pushed back the hours of the curfew for the City of Spanish Fort to assist neighbors to the South that are in need of services that are available in the City of Spanish Fort. The new curfew hours are from 9:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. 

CURFEW SET RELATED TO HURRICANE SALLY

September 14, 2020

 

**** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ****

Monday, September 14, 2020

City of Spanish Fort 

251-626-4884

The City Council of the City of Spanish Fort has imposed a curfew in those areas in an along U.S. Highway 90 and 98 from the Mobile/Baldwin County line to the U.S. Highway 98 Bypass (a portion of Battleship Parkway /the Causeway) within the corporate limits of the City of Spanish Fort, Alabama. The curfew shall be from dusk to dawn beginning on Tuesday, September 15, 2020. In the event that the curfew is no longer needed, in the discretion of the Mayor, after consultation with the Chief of Police, the Mayor is hereby granted the authority to lift the curfew.

PRESS RELEASE FOR THE CITY OF SPANISH FORT, ALABAMA, RELATED TO HURRICANE SALLY

September 14. 2020

 

**** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ****

Monday, September 14, 2020

City of Spanish Fort 

251-626-4884

Based on the voluntary evacuation recommendation issued by Emergency Management Officials for Zones 1 and 2 in Baldwin County, Alabama, and the fact that a portion of Zone 3 which consists of the Causeway, Pineda Island, and Blakeley River Road in the City of Spanish Fort are subject to flooding, the City Council hereby recommends that the areas along the Causeway, Pineda Island, and Blakeley River Road consider a voluntary evacuation at this time, and further, that they be directed to follow the directions of the Governor and/or Emergency Management Officials. In the event that Zone 1 and 2 become mandatory evacuations, those areas along the Causeway, Pineda Island, and Blakeley River Road evacuate. In the event persons need to seek shelter, contact the Baldwin County Emergency Agency for shelter availability at 251-972-6807

WASTE PRO SERVICES POSTPONED

September 14, 2020

 

Waste Pro garbage and waste services will not run Tuesday, September 15th, due to Hurricane Sally. Schedule for the remainder of the week will be decided and announced once conditions are safer.

HURRICANE SALLY PASSES FOR CAUSEWAY RESIDENTS AND OWNERS

September 14, 2020

 

**** FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ****

Monday, September 14, 2020

City of Spanish Fort

251-626-4884

The City of Spanish Fort will be issuing Right-of-Way entry passes for Hurricane Sally for residents/property owners and business owners of the Causeway and Pineda Island. Passes will be issued at Spanish Fort Community Center (7361 Spanish Fort Boulevard) through 4:30 PM on Monday, September 14, and at Spanish Fort Police Department (30500 State Highway 181, Suite 618) from 4:30 pm until 7:00 pm on Monday, September 14, and from 8:00 am until 12:00 pm on Tuesday, September 15.

 

Residents of the Causeway and Pineda Island must bring a photo ID and a current utility bill/deed to Spanish Fort Community Center for permitting. Business owners must bring a photo ID and a copy of their current City Business license. Permits are currently limited to two per business or household.

 

The Spanish Fort Community Center will be closed beginning Tuesday, September 15, and will reopen to issue additional permits once conditions are safer.

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7361 Spanish Fort Boulevard

Spanish Fort, Alabama 36527

Phone | 251-626-4884

Fax | 251-626-4880

Monday - Friday | 8 am - 4:30 pm

Saturday and Sunday | CLOSED

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