On March 6, 2018, the Salisbury City Council unanimously adopted a resolution to approve the renaming of the city’s newest fire station to honor two fallen firefighters. The station will be named the Justin Monroe and Vic Isler Salisbury Fire Station No. 6 and Fire Academy.
The North Carolina Local Government Commission (LGC) has approved the City’s financing plan for the Empire Hotel. The plan incorporates a Master Lease as a means for the developer to secure project financing. The LGC provides financial oversight to North Carolina local governments.
Fibrant services have transitioned to Hotwire Communications and thus ended the City’s operation and management of the fiber optic network. While the transition is bittersweet on the Fibrant side, Hotwire’s debut in the community brings excitement and opportunity for all. The Fibrant website will now redirect you to Hotwire, including the Notification of Fibrant Issue Report, while Fibrant’s social media platforms have now been suspended.
National Hispanic Heritage Month is September 15 through October 15. In honor of this annual recognition, the Hispanic Coalition of Salisbury will once again host its annual La Fiesta de Rowan celebration in downtown Salisbury. The event will be held on Saturday, Oct. 6 from 12 to 5 p.m. in the 200 block of W. Fisher St.
El 15 de Septiembre hasta el 15 de Octubre es el mes de la herencia hispana nacional. En honor de este reconocimiento, La Coalición Hispana de Salisbury tendrá el evento annual, La Fiesta de Rowan, en el central de Salisbury. El evento será el sábado, 6 de Octubre desde las 12 del día has las 5 pm en el bloque 200 de West Fisher Street.
It’s almost time for Halloween candy, fall colors and the City of Salisbury Parks and Recreation Department’s annual Halloween Fun Fest.
The North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office would like to receive reports of storm damaged historic properties (National Register-listed, eligible, surveyed, determined eligible, locally designated), and have created a public reporting portal.
Due to increased evacuations across the county, The Red Cross will open a shelter at J.F. Hurley YMCA located at828 W Jake Alexander Blvd Salisbury for residents of Rowan County who are in imminent threat of danger or have been directed by Public Officials. This Shelter will open at 9:30 PM on this date September 16th 2018.
Please bring blankets, pillows, medications, and any other special needs equipment.
Check for recent updates on Hurricane Florence, shelters, street closures and flooding specific to the Salisbury area.
As we prepare for hazardous weather, it’s important that you and your family are prepared for weather emergencies that may result in a loss of power, flooding or similar situations that may keep you home bound for more than one day. Learn how to make an emergency kit from the Salisbury Police and Fire departments.
Salisbury Mayor Al Heggins declared a state of emergency in Salisbury in preparation for the potential impact of Hurricane Florence, which is expected to hit the North Carolina coast later this week.