FOLEY – Zoning changes that would regulate how many recreational vehicles could be stored on residential property are among the items on the Foley City Council agenda for Monday, May 6.

The council’s regular work session and meeting will begin at 4 p.m. at Foley City Hall.

The council is scheduled to hold a public hearing and final meeting on amendments to the Foley zoning ordinance.

The amendments include setting limits on the number of recreational vehicles that could be stored on residential lots. The number would vary based on the size of the lot. The ordinance would also prohibit living full-time in recreational vehicles that are parked on residential property.

Other items on the council agenda include:

  • A public hearing on an ordinance to rezone property east of James Road and north of Baldwin County 12 South from R-4, residential single family and duplex, to R-2, residential single family and duplex.
  • A proclamation on Mental Health Month.
  • A proclamation recognizing Robert Schreiber.
  • A proclamation on National Preservation Month.
  • Establishing a Revenue Directors Authority.
  • Transferring the city-owned portion of the Foley Beach Express to the Alabama Department of Transportation.
  • Rezoning property from R-4, residential single family and duplex, to R-2, residential single family and duplex.
  • Approving a restaurant retail liquor license for Mugshots Grill and Bar on South McKenzie Street.
  • Amending the pay classification for multiple city departments.
  • Purchasing a 2023 Caterpillar bulldozer.
  • Amending the Facade Improvement Grant Program application.
  • Accepting the Fiscal Year 2024 Legislative Event Grant.
  • Approving the use of Beulah Heights Park by Morning Star Baptist Church for a May Day event.
  • Memorializing a contract with D&J Enterprises for the city’s debris removal services.
  • Executing the contract with Tetra Tech for the city’s debris monitoring services.
  • Adopting library policies and procedures.
  • Approving the bid award for the Foley Public Works complex building package.
  • Setting a public hearing to declare weeds a nuisance at a lot on West Marigold Avenue.
  • Appointing Renetta McGowin as a member and Mark Jones as an alternate member to the Personnel Action Committee.
  • Appropriating funds and going to bid for a pole barn for the Foley Sports Tourism multi-use fields.
  • Approving an extension for the facade grant for Scuttlebutt’s/Daniel Cox IV.
  • Appropriating funds for the installation of screening and doors for the multi-use field pavilion.
  • Completing the Foley Event Center sidewalks to make the walkways compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
  • Approving the use of Max Griffin Park by American Legion Post 99 for a Memorial Day ceremony.