The boil water notice for residents of the Rookery III community has been lifted as of April 9, 2021. We appreciate your patience as we worked to ensure water safety.  

March 20, 2020 COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update

At the Utilities Board of the City of Gulf Shores (GSUB), our top priority is safety for all, including our customers and employees. In light of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, we are taking safety precautions to protect both customers and our employees.

Alabama Department of Environmental Management – No Need for Alabamians to Worry About Their Drinking Water

Over 50 Years Of Service To Gulf Shores

Imagine the changes we’ve seen in our community over the past three decades! Our growth in the tourism industry, the development and real estate boom, along with new businesses and attractions at every turn have transformed our area into a well-recognized destination. Since 1967 and the founding of the first Waterworks Board in Gulf Shores we have been a part of it all. In 1989, when the water service and sewer service combined to form Gulf Shores Utilities, we were happy to have the ability to offer top level service in these vital areas. Today we’re a Public Utility Company of over 40 employees guided by a seven member Board of Directors. We are proud to be a part of this community and look forward with great excitment to the next three decades!

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