Welcome to Loxley, a family community where small-town charm meets big city convenience.

The City of Loxley is the beating heart of Baldwin County. Our central location near the I-10 Interstate provides an easy commute to Mobile, Alabama or Pensacola, Florida while keeping families away from the busy urban sprawl. Alabama Highway 59 runs right through our city center, flowing easily to the white-sand beaches of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach. Even the scenic Eastern Shore is a short drive away, making our community one of the most convenient places in South Alabama to live, play, and work.


Our residents enjoy a relatively low cost of living and a thriving local economy. Loxley is home to numerous industries, including agriculture, retail, manufacturing, and warehousing.


Loxley is a part of the Baldwin County Public School System. Loxley Elementary School serves grades K4-6 before feeding into Central Baldwin Middle School and Robertsdale High School. Stonebridge Elementary serves K-6 grades before feeding into Spanish Fort Middle and High School. We are also home to the new Baldwin Preparatory Academy, a state-of-the-art technical school that is set to open in August 2024.


The city is supported by the strength of our leadership. Loxley is governed by a mayor and a five-member city council, both of which are elected by popular vote every four years. Learn more about our current leadership.


Loxley has experienced rapid growth in recent years, creating a richly diverse community that welcomes and supports its citizens. Here’s a look at Loxley by the numbers:

Total Population
Total Households
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Residents with a Bachelor’s Degree or Higher

*all demographic stats are credited to the U.S. Census Bureau.