How You Can Help
Join our Task Force
Join our Task Force by adding your name to our Members List.
Click here for more details.
Send letters or emails of support to officials
Write your elected officials on a
regular basis so they are not allowed to forget about Dauphin
Island and the current eroding "crisis areas." If you like, cc this Task Force on your
communications, so that we can keep a record of how many people have
contacted our elected officials and what was said.
Most importantly, support State Representative
Spencer Collierís proposed bill
in the Alabama State Legislature by sending supportive emails to Senator
Collier and Governor Riley.
Click here for contact info for elected officials
and grant committee chairpersons.
Send letters or emails of support to us
Send us your stories...tell us your thoughts, feelings and experiences
about the island. Tell us how you feel about the island and how you
want to see it preserved. We may post your message on this website on our Letters page.
Let's tell everyone that we think Dauphin
Island deserves as much funding and
maintenance as other coastal communities around the U.S. To send
us a letter of support or a story about your island experiences,
It would be helpful to tell us if you own property on the island, or if
you are just someone who loves to visit our little paradise.
Attend Dauphin Island Town Council meetings and Dauphin Island Property
Owners Association meetings as often as you can and express your support
for restoration of our shoreline.
See our Recent News page for information
on upcoming meetings and events. Also see our
Websites page for links to the Town and DIPOA
websites, which list the dates and times of their upcoming meetings.
Get involved with the DIPOA
Become more involved in the DIPOA. Attend meetings. Run for
a board of director's seat. There will be some board openings
coming up this May.
Get involved with Town Government
Attend Town agenda meetings and council meetings, every other Monday and
Tuesday nights. See their website for
details. If you live on the island, consider running for an
Thanks for getting involved!