ORANGE BEACH, Ala. — The City of Orange Beach is under a curfew from 7:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. after sustaining damage from Hurricane Sally.
City of Orange Beach mayor Tony Kennon gave an update on conditions in the city after Hurricane Sally ripped through the Gulf Coast.
- There are also restrictions on road and bridge usage in the area.
- Tourists and non-residents have a way out, but are asked not to stop and sightsee along the way.
- Baldwin County utility crews are working to restore power, but according to the mayor, transmission lines are in need to repair.
- The city is working to create a point of distribution for commodities like tarps, water, and ice.
- Property owners are encouraged to ask for an Orange Beach business license from any contractors seeking to do repair or clean up work on private property.
From Baldwin County EMA: