Please check in regularly to see how City services and facilities might be affected by severe weather, as well as any road closings, flooding or other emergency alerts. To receive emergency alerts by text on your phone, sign up at salisburync.gov/RoCoAlerts.
Officer Smith responded to a call on Monday, Sept. 16, 2019. The call was in reference to a stranded female looking for help in Salisbury with no money or way to travel. Officer Smith contacted the domestic violence shelter but could not find placement.
Rowan County Emergency Management and the City of Salisbury are debuting “RoCo Alerts” to keep residents up to date, in real time, about local, emergency and non-emergency situations.
Emergency and Safety Preparedness Fair
The Salisbury Fire Department will host a “Weathering the Storm – Emergency & Safety Preparedness Fair,” designed to provide residents with information on how to prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies. The Fair will be held on Saturday, March 21, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Salisbury Civic Center.
Salisbury-Rowan Utilities (SRU) announces the re-launch of the web-based customer service tool called EyeOnWater. EyeOnWater gives customers their water usage data gathered by SRU’s “smart meters” in near real time so they can manage their accounts down to the week, day, or even hour.
The Cheerwine Festival is a great way to get some recognition for your organization, and there are sponsor levels available to suit any budget. We value our sponsors. If not for them, the festival would not be what it is today. Your company will be an integral part of the Cheerwine Festival's success, while gaining brand recognition and awareness among festival goers and media.
The City of Salisbury, in partnership with Rowan County, is encouraging residents to prepare for the 2020 U.S. Census, a count of the country’s population. The census provides important information needed to receive federal funding for schools, hospitals, roads, infrastructure and other needs.
The final draft of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan will be presented to City Council on Tuesday, January 7, at a specially-called meeting at 5 p.m. Representatives from Land Design, a nationally-recognized planning, design, architecture, engineering and design firm with an office located in Charlotte, NC will be giving a short presentation on the plan along with representatives from the Parks and Recreation Department.
Jeremy Cline has been employed with the city since 2011, starting as a part-time firefighter. As fire captain, during his 24 hour shift duty, Jeremy supervises and coordinates activities of firefighters assigned to station 2. He ensures compliance with departmental maintenance standards, trains firefighters in use of fire equipment and emergency medical technologies, and responds to various types of emergency and non-emergency incidents.
Cheerwine fans from across the country are invited to the fourth annual Cheerwine Festival, Saturday, May 16, in downtown Salisbury from noon to 10 p.m.
Vendor applications for food, beverage and crafts will open Saturday, February 1. Visit cheerwinefest.com to complete the application by Friday, March 6.