One of Salisbury’s most treasured parks renowned for its blooming flowers, tree species and water feature is undergoing maintenance for a near two-month period beginning in early September. The Hurley Park maintenance project will focus on dredging the pond and maintaining the fountain on the east side of the park by Lake Drive.
Fred Weldon is an engineer for the City of Salisbury Fire Department. He has been employed with the city since 2015, starting as a firefighter before being promoted to an engineer within the department.
The Salisbury Community Appearance Commission and Salisbury Housing Advocacy Commission is looking for volunteers for the 2019 BlockWork event which has been set for Saturday, October 26, on, “National Make a Difference Day.
September is GO TRANSIT month in the City of Salisbury, NC.
This is an opportunity to recognize and show appreciation for the public service of City of Salisbury Transit staff who keep Salisbury moving.
The Salisbury Parks and Recreation Department invites handlers and their beloved pooch to enjoy a refreshing swim at Fred M. Evans Pool on Saturday, September 7, 1 to 5:30 p.m. for the annual Doggie Dip Swim Party. This special day is for all well-mannered dogs and their handlers to enjoy the sun and water while meeting others who share the same interest.
Pets give us unconditional love, but their waste certainly does not. Contrary to some thinking, pet feces is not a fertilizer for soil or plants, and quite the opposite of good intentions can occur. Pet “poop” can affect stormwater quality by running off into storm drains and in to streams, creating potential algae blooms and affecting water toxicity.
Fall is coming! Vacuum machines collect loose leaves from mid-October until the end of March only. Residents are asked to have all loose leaves raked to the curb by Monday morning of your collection week to be ensured they are collected by Friday. During this time, you may call (704) 638-5260 about scheduled collection in your neighborhood, or look for a schedule in your monthly billing notice. Read more to view the Loose Leaf Collection Map.
The Salisbury Public Services Department announces that 10 of its fleet division employees are now certified Emergency Vehicle Technicians (EVT). The certification represents the fleet staff has successfully passed the training to maintain, diagnose and repair emergency vehicles used by the Salisbury Fire Department.
The Salisbury Community Action Teams will host a Community Resource Fair for residents, particularly parents and children, Saturday, Aug. 17, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Hurley YMCA.
Volunteer applications for the BlockWork event on Make A Difference Day, October 26, 2019 are now open. Learn more or apply now with some friends at salisburync.gov/BlockWork.