Hurricane Sally Update #8
Dangerous Roadway Conditions Exist, City-Wide Curfew Extended Until Further Notice
Gulf Shores, Ala. – City officials are actively assessing the impacts from Hurricane Sally. Citizens should be aware that hazardous conditions exist along many roadways, making them impassable and extremely dangerous. Numerous streets are blocked with fallen trees, flooded roadways and down power lines. Motorists should not be on the road unless absolutely necessary. Weather conditions should continue to improve throughout the afternoon and early evening. Floodwaters should begin to recede this evening as well.
Due to the hazardous road conditions, the city-wide curfew is extended until further notice.
The WC Holmes Bridge, located on Highway 59 crossing the Intracoastal Waterway, will remain closed for entry into Gulf Shores until further notice. Residents and property owners living south of the Intracoastal Waterway will be able to cross with a valid Hurricane Re-Entry Pass. Contractors will also be granted access with a current Contractor Re-Entry Pass. These passes are available for pick up or purchase at City Hall during regular business hours, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
For the latest updates and advisories, continue to follow local media and the National Weather Service Mobile at https://www.weather.gov/MOB for continued updates.
The City of Gulf Shores will continue to share updates through our City’s website and our social media channels. To receive updates via email or text message, please visit www.gulfshoresal.gov and click on “Notify Me."