Seven local children and teens gathered at Salisbury’s City Hall over the first weekend in November for film, fun and food as part of Inside|Out Global’s Fall 2022 Video Camp.
The City of Salisbury issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) to purchase and redevelop the Plaza building located in downtown Salisbury. The mixed-use seven-story building, completed in 1910, was the tallest in North Carolina when it was constructed and still serves as an iconic image of the city. Salisbury is located along the Interstate I-85 corridor and is mid-way between Charlotte, NC, and the Triad region.
There is nothing more important than the safety and well-being of our community, particularly of our young people.
The City of Salisbury employees are gearing up for the 2022 - 2023 Rowan County United Way Campaign. This year’s theme is “Whole Hearted Harmony.” Per the Rowan County United Way, “When community leaders embrace our diversity, leverage our combined resources, and partner with other Rowan residents, we extend and expand our ability to address the adversity that some citizens face.”
Mayor Karen Alexander and Salisbury City Council are partnering with the National Forum for Heart Disease & Stroke Prevention’s Move with the MayorTM initiative to encourage residents to protect and improve their health.
Mayor Karen Alexander shares her thoughts with local media about the ongoing discussions about an American flag at Bell Tower Green. As Mayor Alexander mentioned during the Tuesday, August 2nd City Council meeting, infrastructure changes at our community facilities should be approved via proper channels. In this case, the Bell Tower Green Advisory Committee is the appropriate group to talk through feasibility, location, and funding for a flag structure at the park.
The City of Salisbury will operate on a limited schedule for the Juneteenth holiday, Monday, June 20.
Interim City Manager Brian Hiatt presented a proposed budget for the fiscal year 2022-2023 (FY23) to Salisbury’s City Council, Tuesday, May 24.
Salisbury City Council today appointed James “Jim” S. Greene, Jr., current assistant city manager in Raleigh, as Salisbury’s next city manager.
Tuesday, March 1 City Council Update: The applicant for Agenda Item #9 has asked for the item (Rezoning on Old Mocksville Road for Dollar General) to be pulled from the agenda for this meeting: salisburync.gov/agenda. We do not yet have a date at which it may be re-introduced.