Jim Behmer, Salisbury-Rowan Utilities’ Director, received the Helping Hand Award presented by the Rowan County United Way at the Rowan County Annual meeting last month.
Salisbury Police are currently investigating a shooting that took place yesterday evening at Brookview Apts on South Martin Luther King Jr Blvd in Salisbury. Police were notified of a potential shooting at the complex and that the victim was enroute to Novant Health Rowan in a private vehicle.
On behalf of the Salisbury City Council and the City of Salisbury, I extend our heartfelt and sincerest sympathies to the families who’ve lost loved ones and to everyone impacted by this tragic event.
This year National Crime Victims Week April 7 -13 theme is “Honoring Our Past. Creating Hope for the Future.”
What does this mean to our community of Salisbury, NC?
After the announcement that Smash Mouth would be the headline band for the upcoming Cheerwine Festival on May 18, City of Salisbury and Cheerwine employees made a fun video to celebrate!
Team honored for video production, print and social media projects
The City of Salisbury communications department has been recognized for its video, print and social media projects as part of the North Carolina City & County Communicators (NC3C) Excellence in Communications Awards held Thursday, April 11, at NC3C’s 12th annual Spring Conference in Durham.
The Salisbury Parks and Recreation Department has postponed the Touch-A-Truck event scheduled for Saturday, April 13, at City Hall due to weather. The plan is to reschedule the Truck-A-Trunk event for Saturday, May 4, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at City Hall, 217 S. Main Street. For more information, contact the Parks and Recreation Department at (704) 216-PLAY
Salisbury has hired Hannah Berg Jacobson as its new community planning director. In her new role, she will lead the community planning department which includes code enforcement, urban planning and development services.
The City of Salisbury will operate on a limited schedule in observance of Good Friday, Friday, April 19.
Salisbury City Council will hold a public hearing at its meeting, Tuesday, April 16, regarding proposed revisions to the First Amendment Ordinance: Chapter 22, Article V of the Salisbury City Code of Ordinances, which addresses public assemblies protected by the First Amendment. The revisions were proposed by a Council Committee composed of Mayor Pro Tem David Post and Councilman Brian Miller.