The Town of Dauphin Island, Alabama
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Town of Dauphin Island, Alabama

"Sunset Capital of Alabama"


  

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Dauphin Island is a barrier island located three miles south of the mouth of Mobile Bay in the Gulf of Mexico. Entry to the island is made by crossing a three mile long high rise bridge which was opened in July, 1982 after the original draw bridge was destroyed by Hurricane Frederic in 1979. An automobile ferry from the eastern shore also offers an entry point on the eastern end of the island. The island is approximately 14 miles long and 1 miles wide at the widest point. The eastern six miles are inhabited while the western 8 miles are undeveloped and privately owned. It is estimated that 1300 permanent residents call Dauphin Island home. The number of residents soars during vacation and holiday times.  The entire island has been designated as a bird sanctuary and thousands of visitors come to experience the annual migrations. More >>

Meetings & Notices:

TOWN COUNCIL MTG
Rescheduled for Feb 16, 2015
Click here for deatails

Town of Dauphin Island
Is accepting applications for Public
Service Worker I
Click here for more info

2nd Annual Dauphin Island
Sunset Cruise Car Show
June 6, 2015 - 9am until 3pm
For application click here

Commerative Ornaments
"Little Red School House"
For sale at Town Hall
$15.00 a piece! Help raise
funds to preserve the school
building.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Have an event you would like added
to the Calendar of Events just fill out
the attached form and fax or email it
to Mary Strickland Click here

DAUPHIN ISLAND POLICE DEPT
Security check form click here

TOWN CRIER
Got an upcoming event you would like
posted in the Town Crier?
Fax 861-2154 or email your info to
mstrickland@townofdauphinisland.org

"BE PREPARED FOR A FLOOD"
Click Here
**For more flood information check
the Quick Link under NFIP Coordinator

 


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