After 18 months of planning and engaging West End neighborhood residents, the Salisbury Police Department (SPD) is gearing up to open grant applications for Rowan County 501(c)(3) organizations next month.
The Salisbury Customer Service Center (CSC) will be closed Friday, Dec. 8, for a software upgrade that is expected to take most of the work day.
The Salisbury Police Department (SPD) is once again implementing Operation Santa Patrol – a strategic, crime reduction plan for targeted residential and commercial business areas during the holiday shopping period.
The Salisbury Sculpture Show hosted by the Salisbury Public Art Commision (PAC) is returning for its 16th consecutive year. Artists and local neighborhoods are encouraged to apply to participate in this year’s show.
Salisbury is scheduled to begin a revitalization of its six-block section of downtown Main Street within the next 12-18 months. Once complete, the Downtown Main Street Project will include new sidewalks, tree planters, street lights and signal mast arms, new trash cans, public art, seating areas, curbs, and ADA-compliant crosswalks and parking. In addition, work will include a complete engineering design for the road, water and sewer utilities, stormwater system, and electrical and signals system.
This month’s employee spotlight is Kimberly Bell, the transit operations supervisor with the Salisbury Transit Department.
The City of Salisbury will operate on the following schedule for the Thanksgiving Day holiday:
Salisbury-Rowan Utilities crews are repairing two water main breaks in the 1100 Block of South Martin Luther King Blvd. and the 100 Block of Milford Hills Road.