During the first full week of summer 2019, the Salisbury Police Department is partnering with the Salisbury-Rowan Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) to launch “Summer Cease Fire” a local initiative to encourage Salisbury youth, and in some cases adults, to stop gun-related assault during summer 2019.
Salisbury City Council held a public hearing on and adopted the FY20 budget on Tuesday, June 18. The new fiscal year begins July 1.
The Salisbury Fire Department will conduct a live fire training burn on Thursday, June 6, at 1435 Bringle Ferry Road.
The City of Salisbury will operate on a limited schedule in observance of Memorial Day, Monday, May 27.
Salisbury City Council and city staff will host the seventh in a series of community town hall meetings titled, Chit, Chat & Chew, Thursday, May 30, with dinner beginning at 5:15 p.m., at Grace United Methodist Church, 846 Faith Road.
Stephen Brown, a third generation landscaper, is living his childhood dream as the public services landscape architect and project manager for the City of Salisbury. He applies his love for landscape to his work with communities, contractors and city staff.
On behalf of the Salisbury City Council and the City of Salisbury, I extend our heartfelt and sincerest sympathies to the families who’ve lost loved ones and to everyone impacted by this tragic event.
This year National Crime Victims Week April 7 -13 theme is “Honoring Our Past. Creating Hope for the Future.”
What does this mean to our community of Salisbury, NC?
The City of Salisbury will join cities around the world in a friendly competition to see which area has the most nature and the most engaged residents. The 2019 City Nature Challenge will start on Friday, April 26, at 12:01 a.m. and end on Monday, April 29, at 11:59 p.m.
"In light of the Fame statue being vandalized again, we as community members are faced with an important choice to make; will we take the high road or the low road," said Mayor Al Heggins.