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CITY MANAGER

Jim Greene Jr. 

Jim Greene Jr., a native of Lenoir, N.C., serves as Salisbury’s chief administrative officer, working directly with City Council on the affairs and needs of the city. He leads more than 400 full and part-time employees, and direct development, preparation and the presentation of the city’s annual budget. He also works closely with other local, state and federal governmental agencies to coordinate initiatives involved in providing cost-effective services to Salisbury residents, business owners and visitors.

Most recently, Greene served as an assistant city manager at the City of Raleigh, where he gained experience supervising Raleigh’s economic development, planning, development services, convention and performing arts centers, environmental sustainability, utilities and engineering services departments.

Greene also held management and budget positions with the City of Concord, City of Rock Hill, S.C., the City of Las Vegas, Nev., and the Government Finance Officers Association in Chicago.

He holds both a bachelor’s and master’s degree from UNC-Chapel Hill, and is a graduate of the University of Virginia’s Senior Executive Institute and International City/County Manager’s Association (ICMA) Gettysburg Leadership Institute.

(704) 638-5228 | jim.greene@salisburync.gov


City Clerk's Office

The City Clerk's Office provides services that connect citizens to their government and maintains a recorded history of government actions. These services include City Council assistance, records management and research, boards and commissions, Citizen's Academy and customer service to both internal and external customers.

The City Clerk's office maintains and preserves the permanent and legal records of the City, which includes all minutes and agendas of Council meetings, ordinances, resolutions, contracts and all other documents required by law. All records are maintained in accordance with the requirements of the Municipal Records Retention and Disposition Schedule maintained by the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, Division of Archives and History. The City Clerk also coordinates and maintains appointments to the City’s Boards and Commission​s.

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City Manager's Office:
132 North Main Street
Salisbury, NC 28144

City Clerk's Office:
217 South Main Street
Salisbury, NC 28144

adminteam@salisburync.gov
(704) 638-5224

Open Government

An open government strategy significantly benefits the City by enhancing civic engagement, improving policy, and enhancing the City’s ability to manage its operations.

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The City Clerk's Office provides support to the City Council by managing their processes and helping with meetings.

COUNCIL MEETINGS

All meetings of City Council are open to the public, and convene at City Hall on the first and third Tuesdays of the month.

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CITY COUNCIL

The City Council is the governing body of the City of Salisbury. The Council is comprised of five members who are elected on a nonpartisan basis for two-year terms.

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MINUTES AND AGENDAS

All meetings of City Council have agendas prepared and available to the public in advance. Also, minutes from every meeting are posted for public access afterwards.

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Recent News

White House Officials To Visit Salisbury

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Salisbury will host White House officials on Tuesday, Oct. 8, 10 a.m., at City Hall to discuss Opportunity Zones and tour those designated census tracts within the City. The event will also feature a community discussion in City Council Chambers, beginning at 11 a.m.  The event is open to the public.

Salisbury Youth Employees Return

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This summer, the City of Salisbury welcomed its seventh year of Summer Youth Employees. The Summer Youth Employment program provides a six-week employment opportunity, designed to give high school and college students the knowledge and skills they need to succeed post-graduation. Those selected as summer youth employees spend time in different city departments such as IT, Planning, Parks & Rec, Communications, Transit, and more.
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Municipal Code

The Municipal Code constitutes a complete recodification of the general and permanent ordinances of the City of Salisbury, North Carolina.

This online document has chapters that have been conveniently arranged in alphabetical order and the various sections within each chapter have been catchlined to facilitate usage.

A table listing the state law citations and setting forth their location within the Code is included at the back of the Code.

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Boards/Commissions

Get involved in your local government!

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

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Citizen's Academy

The City of Salisbury wants you!

You are invited to an inside look at your city government as an member of the this year's Salisbury Citizens Academy.

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Community Action Planning

In order to reach our shared community goals, the City of Salisbury implemented the Community Action Planning program. Over 20 stakeholders were asked to assist in goal development and identified the following four areas of focus to move Salisbury forward:

Public Safety: Safer neighborhoods and healthier communities

Opportunities for Children and Youth: Increased high school graduation rate

Improved Community Relations: With the City and Law Enforcement

Workforce Development: Improved employment opportunities

Residents and community stakeholders are encouraged to continue to be part of the ongoing process, sign up to be on an action team and attend future sessions.

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