The City of Salisbury will operate on the following schedule for the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, Monday, Jan. 15:
Salisbury Fire Chief Bob Parnell is pleased to announce the promotion of Shawn McBride to Battalion Chief. McBride began his career with the Salisbury Fire Department as a firefighter in 2006.
The Salisbury Police Department plans to offer Spring Semester College Internships by an application process. Email Sergeant Crews at Tcrew@salisburync.gov
for an application packet.
Water pipes, spigots, and hoses in un-insulated, unheated, & outside areas can freeze and burst causing water loss and significant damage. Read our prevention tips for using shut-off valves, draining pipes, insulating, etc.
The Elizabeth Duncan Koontz (EDK) Committee, a subcommittee of the Salisbury Human Relations Council, is currently accepting nominations for the 2018 Elizabeth Duncan Koontz Humanitarian Awards through mid-January.
The Salisbury Police Department recognizes four officers who have planned retirements set for the end of the 2017 calendar year.
Local volunteers planning a parade, post-parade celebration, breakfast program in January
The Dr. Martin Luther King (MLK), Jr. Celebration Committee, a subcommittee of the Salisbury Human Relations Council, will host a weekend-long celebration to honor Dr. Martin Luther King’s legacy in mid-January 2018.
Lt. Greg Beam has been named the new public information officer (PIO) for the Salisbury Police Department, following the retirement of Capt. Shelia Lingle.
The Community Appearance Commission (CAC) is pleased to announce the winners of Salisbury’s 13th annual Holiday Storefront Decorations Awards. Each year, the city commission recognizes and celebrates the extraordinary downtown Salisbury merchants who go above and beyond in bringing a special holiday charm to historic downtown.
The Salisbury Transit System (STS) has developed an Adopt-A-Shelter program for local business and organizations. According to transit officials, the program is designed to allow businesses, individuals, community organizations and schools make a difference in their neighborhoods by reporting special maintenance needs, vandalism and/or suspicious activity at community bus shelters.