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Hurricane Sally Relief

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FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor announced that major disaster declarations due to Hurricane Sally have been approved by President Donald Trump, clearing the way to start claims for individual assistance for residents impacted the storm.
Individuals seeking Hurricane Sally assistance must register with FEMA before the assistance process can begin and can do so one of three ways:
1. Call 1-800-621-3362
2. Register online at
3. The FEMA smartphone app

SBA disaster loans are an important part of the disaster recovery process because they provide eligible businesses, non-profits, homeowners, and renters with access to the funds they need to rebuild, particularly when damages are not covered by insurance or other forms of assistance. STARTING FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2ND, THE SBA WILL BE OPENING A BUSINESS RECOVERY CENTER AT THE GULF SHORES ACTIVITY CENTER.

Every Friday at 9:30 AM, Baldwin County EMA will be going live on Facebook with FEMA and the SBA.

Licensed Roofers/Tree Removal/Etc.

City of Gulf Shores

The businesses listed below have issued business licenses in Gulf Shores.

Please do your due diligence before hiring any company! 

Chamber members are highlighted in yellow

City of Orange Beach

Anyone who wants to know if a specific contractor is licensed in the City of Orange Beach, can contact the Finance Department at 251-981-6096.



  • GULF SHORES: To volunteer contact Josh Williams at Gulf Shores United Methodist Church at 251-597-2983.
  • ORANGE BEACH: Clothing donations needed @ Island Thrift Store
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