Bell Tower Green, Inc. and the City of Salisbury are excited to jointly announce the opening of Bell Tower Green Park this Friday, Oct. 1, at 5 p.m.
During loose-leaf collection season (mid-October to mid-March), 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. Pile leaves no more than five feet deep from the curb, up to any height, and at least three feet away from anything else. For details, please refer to the Leaf Collection Map: www.salisburync.gov/LeafMap
The Salisbury Police Department is able to confirm that a rifle seized by the Rowan County Sheriff’s office is the same rifle that was used in the homicide on December 4, 2016 involving 7 year-old A’Yanna Allen. This discovery was made due to the close working relationship between the Salisbury Police Department and the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office. Further information will be released when available.
Salisbury Fire Chief Robert Parnell is pleased to announce the following promotions to Lieutenant and Engineer.
Downtown Salisbury, Inc. (DSI) and the Empire Redevelopment Task Force (ERTF) have unanimously voted to move forward with a boutique hotel concept with residential and commercial mixed-use for the redevelopment of the former Empire Hotel, awarding the development bid to Charlotte-based developer, Brett Krueger, and his affiliate, Howard Kosofsky.
The Salisbury Police Department has obtained a Juvenile Petition for the homicide that occurred on 09-12-2021 at 801 Maple Avenue Salisbury, NC 28144. The petition was served and the juvenile was released back to the custody of their guardian by the Department of Juvenile Justice.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) will begin the much-anticipated repaving project along Main and Innes Streets, near downtown, on the evening of Monday, Sept. 20.
The Salisbury Police Department is investigating the death of a 14-year old on Sunday, Sept. 12, in the 800 block of Maple Ave. Preliminary information suggests the shooting was accidental.
To commemorate National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims on Saturday, September 25th, the Salisbury Police Department (SPD) will debut a special video honoring the memory of Salisbury’s murder victims. Families of Salisbury murder victims are invited to send photographs of their loved ones to be featured at the end of the video.
Salisbury Transit celebrates September’s Go Transit Month with a theme of “Safe. Clean. Transit.” Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Transit remains committed to creating a safe environment for its drivers and riders.