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Hurricane Sally: Orange Beach under curfew from 7:00 pm to 6:00 am

The mayor of Orange Beach gave an update on the city's status after sustaining damage from Hurricane Sally.
Credit: Baldwin County EMA
Hurricane Sally Damage - Orange Beach, AL

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.

Recovery Update with Mayor Kennon post Hurricane Sally. Please remember we have a curfew in place from 7PM-6AM until further notice.

Posted by City of Orange Beach on Wednesday, September 16, 2020

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