The Salisbury Community Appearance Commission (CAC) is pleased to announce the winners of the 15th annual Holiday Storefront Decorations Awards. The event celebrates downtown merchants whose window displays best capture the holiday season.
Salisbury Police Chief Jerry Stokes named Capt. Brian Stallings as deputy police chief effective December 26, 2020.
At 6:06 p.m. today, Salisbury Police responded to a report of a robbery at the Goodwill Store at 836 West Jake Alexander Blvd., where a suspect entered the store office and robbed the location of an undisclosed sum of money.
The City of Salisbury will operate on a limited schedule for the Christmas and New Year’s holidays.
In summer 2019 the City of Salisbury hired McAdams, a professional engineering and design firm, to design plans to improve the safety, mobility and appearance of a 10 block section of Main Street. This project is in the stage of receiving community feedback on the plans for restriping and the opportunity to change the lanes and parking angles on Main Street.
The Elizabeth Duncan Koontz (EDK) Committee, a subcommittee of the Salisbury Human Relations Council, is currently accepting nominations for the 2021 Elizabeth Duncan Koontz Humanitarian Awards.
The Rowan EDC and Governor Roy Cooper announced today that Integro Technologies Corp. (Integro Technologies), a leading machine vision integrator, will expand its operations in Salisbury. Through this expansion, the company plans to support a new logistics engineering division that will aid the retail expansion of the e-commerce industry. Integro Technologies plans to create 30 new jobs over the next five years, as well as invest $2.6 million in equipment and improvements to its facility at 301 South Main Street in downtown Salisbury.
Claire Karriker is an administrative specialist in the City’s information technology services department. She has been employed with the City of Salisbury for seven years.
Salisbury City Manager, W. Lane Bailey, has tested positive for COVID-19. He continues to rest and quarantine in his home.
Salisbury-Rowan Utilities (SRU), the water and wastewater provider for the City of Salisbury and other Rowan County municipalities, has been honored for exceeding federal and state drinking water standards last year. SRU was one of only 55 out of 6,000 North Carolina water systems to achieve the recognition for 2019.