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What is the Board of Adjustment?

The Board of Adjustment is a “quasi-judicial” administrative body that operates on a level between the enforcement officers and the courts through interpretation of the zoning ordinance. The responsibility of the board is to interpret the meaning of parts of the ordinance that are unclear; apply the ordinance to particular fact situations; and correct any mistakes or abuses of discretion that the Zoning Administrator may have made in administering the ordinance.


The Board of Adjustment meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at 4 p.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall, as necessary, with public notice.

Contact Us

Staff Liaison

Teresa Barringer
(704) 638-5210
tharr@salisburync.gov


Board of Adjustment meetings are announced by special notice:

Special Notices
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Get Involved in Local Government

MANY OPTIONS


The City of Salisbury has 13 active, standing boards and commissions created and appointed by Salisbury City Council.

REQUIREMENTS


Board terms are staggered for 2-year or 3-year terms and most end on March 31. Applicants must be 18 and a Salisbury resident, with some exceptions.

APPLY


Applications, both online and print, are accepted on a continual basis and kept on file for consideration in the event a vacancy occurs. Application for the Police Citizens Advisory Board can be found here.


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