This month’s employee spotlight is Jennifer Silvia, human resources analyst II/ benefits administrator. In her role, Jennifer is responsible for handling people-related concerns and needs that arise within the city. She administers benefits and assists with the retirement process, in addition to being involved with recruitment, onboarding, compensation, training and development for city employees.
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.”
Flash ticket sales for the October 8th event begin today through Sunday, Oct. 2
Downtown Salisbury is offering a flash ticket sale for Bell Tower BREWFEST tickets beginning today through Sunday, October 2 at 11:59 p.m. Discounted ticket prices are $40, promo code FlashSaleBrewFest. The first 250 people that purchase a ticket will receive a free 16oz additional Bell Tower BREWFEST cup.
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.
House Plant 101 and Holiday Arrangement Class.
The City of Salisbury is in full preparation mode for potential impacts from Hurricane Ian due to arrive in our area this weekend.
Saturday, November 19, 2022 starting at 9 am
Do you enjoy creating new layouts, adding stickers, tracking habits, using colorful pens, journaling, and adding pictures to your planner? If so this planning session is for you. Gather up your supplies and join the fun. This will be a great way to share your personal planning style and see what cool tricks other planner lovers have. Planning is more fun with a friend, so grab one or two and register.
Five murals were completed over the weekend as part of the Salisbury Public Arts Commission and Downtown Salisbury’s “Paint the Pavement” art initiative. The crosswalk art installations, at the intersections of Lee and Kerr Streets, were selected in 2021 but were put on hold due to a paint shortage.
The intersections of Lee and Kerr Streets will be closed over the weekend on the following days for Paint the Pavement
On Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022, at approximately 12:52 AM, the Salisbury Police Department was dispatched to 1433 Old Wilkesboro Rd. in reference to a shooting that had just occurred. Arriving Officers located Auburn Odell Clement (27 years old male) with injuries consistent of a shooting. First responders attempted life saving measures but Mr. Clement succumbed to his injures.