Quick Links
Baldwin County Animal Control Center

Alligator control and hunting - Contact 251-626-5474
Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries 

Baldwin County Mosquito Control

For Public Works issues
Monday – Friday,
City Hall
Chester Patterson

For Public Works emergencies on weekends, call the Spanish Fort Police Department at 251.626.4914.

Public Works Department

The City of Spanish Fort Public Works Department is structured to handle a variety of day-to-day Public Works issues. Please call City Hall at 251.626.4884, Monday- Friday, and a Public Works Activity Form will be created to address your issue. For emergency Public Works issues on weekends, please call the Spanish Fort Police Department at 251.626.4914.

Some of the City of Spanish Fort Public Works duties include:
  • Grass Cutting
  • Street Sign Maintenance
  • Animal Control
  • Landscaping
  • Mosquito Control
  • Pothole Maintenance
  • Drainage Issues
  • Litter Management
Animal Control
The City of Spanish Fort will pick up stray animals found on public property. Dogs are held for at least 7 days as the City Hall staff attempts to locate the pet owner.  After the holding time, the stray dog will be transferred to the Baldwin County Animal Shelter for 7 days. Please call Baldwin County Animal Shelter at 251.972.6834 for more information about an animal missing for more than 24 hours.

Lost and found pets from within City limits are posted on the City's facebook page titled City of Spanish Fort

Alligator Control
For emergency situations, call 911 or Spanish Fort Police Department at 251.626.4914. For additional information, contact Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries, 251.626.5474, Monday-Friday. For weekend response only, call 1.800.272.GAME. Alligators are a federally protected species and are dangerous. Do need feed alligators and do not attempt to control them without assistance from law or wildlife enforcement.     

Mosquito Control                                                                                              
The City of Spanish Fort sprays the public areas of the City City weekly before and during mosquito activity. All spraying activity is done several hours before sunrise, Monday - Thursday. Larvicide mosquito rings are normally available at City Hall for treating standing water, helping to prevent mosquitos from hatching. The larvicide rings are non-toxic to humans and pets. Please call City Hall to inquire about the availability of larvicide rings. For additional information about
Baldwin County mosquito control, click on the link at the right side of this page.