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​The DI Watershed Management Study is a process led by the Mobile Bay National Estuary Program to understand the condition of the watershed, and promote opportunites to ensure its long-term health. The Dauphin Island Watershed Study will take more than a year to complete and will focus on multiple factors, including water quality, public access, preservation of natural areas, and culture & heritage. 

The following short survey is an opportunity to tell them what you think are Dauphin Island's greatest strengths, biggest challenges, potential opportunities, and looming threats and what role you think Dauphin Island plays in protecting the Mississippi Sound Watershed Complex. Click HERE to take the survey, your opinion matters!

​To learn more about the study, you may read  the Dauphin Island Watershed Management Program  Project Description HERE

The Alabama National Register Review Board was scheduled to consider the nomination at their meeting September 29, 2016 in Montgomery. We have been looking toward this for quite a few years and we are excited to be so close to consideration at this time. If you have further questions about the designation, please visit the  Alabama Historical Commission website ​or contact:    

             Collier Neely
             National Register Coordinator
             Alabama Historical Commission



Click the Isle Dauphine tab above for venue contact information and more detail!



Documents and records of the Association (Meeting Minutes, Financials, Committee Reports and other information) are stored in our online archives.

CLICK HERE  to access both recent and historical documents.



By virtue of owning property on Dauphin Island, you are a member of the DIPOA. If you do not receive our annual newsletter and election mail-out, or our monthly meeting reminder and recap, we need your contact information and email address. If you have never provided your contact info (or are uncertain if you have provided it), please complete the form below with the name your parcel is deeded in. Please include your email address, your mailing address phone # and most importantly, your island address.

 We will be sure you are added to our membership lists and our email database so that we may keep you informed.


Dues-paying members receive free beach access, as well as discounts at the Pirates Bar & Grill. When you pay your dues, you will be mailed a membership card.  Show your card at the Isle Dauphine complex for these discounts.

The suggested voluntary annual dues is $150 per year.

You may also pay by check via mail to: P.O. Box 39, Dauphin Island, AL 36528,

or in person (with check or card) at the office 100-C Orleans Drive.

Make your check payable to "DIPOA". Include with your check your name, email address, physical mailing address, island address (if different from your mailing address) and optionally, a phone number. Even though the suggested dues are $150 per year, we are delighted to accept more if you wish to give a greater donation!

Review the list of FY 2016-17 dues-paid members here:  Dues-Paid Member List ​ 

(The dues-paid list is USUALLY updated about once a month, not as each and every donation check comes in.  If you recently sent in your dues, but your name is not showing up yet on the dues-paid list, wait a few weeks before checking back​. If you are certain you have paid your dues, and do not see your name, please contact Denise in the office.)

Dauphin Island Property Owners Association


The BOD has created a sub-committee to work with property owners in the proximity of the five major Property Owner Parks (POPs) to seek appropriate solutions to the unauthorized usage of the properties. The first park meeting was held with property owners close to Lafitte Bay and some viable solutions are being evaluated further. 

Other POP meetings will follow. If you live near to or have a special interest in any (or all) of the POPs and wish to be involved in these discussions, please let us know! Email the BOD or contact the office to be added! 



Please remember the Office Manager takes a lunch daily, usually between 11-1. If you plan to stop by midday, give Denise  a call first to be sure she's in the office.