Saturday, April 6, 2024 | 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Join us for an exciting afternoon of exploration and education on wheels!!
Help provide input on the Kesler Mill site development plans
The city of Salisbury is hosting a second round of community input sessions to solicit feedback on two Kesler Mill development scenarios. Development Finance Initiatives (DFI), a service offered by the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Government, will lead the input sessions along with the city’s planning and neighborhoods department.
In a collaborative approach aimed at increasing mental health support and crisis intervention, Rowan County Public Health and the city of Salisbury have joined forces to launch an initiative promoting the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline's new three-digit number, 988. As part of this effort, magnets featuring the 988 crisis line will soon be displayed on both Salisbury police cars and fire trucks.
Employee Spotlight: Terry SImmons
This month’s employee spotlight is Terry Simmons, a City of Salisbury Transit Dispatcher. Terry handles incoming calls and processes service requests from citizens, medical facilities, and government agencies.
Within the recent City of Salisbury’s Tree Canopy Assessment Report, 45% of Salisbury’s land area is covered with canopy. This report also looks at neighborhood canopy coverage, beneficial cost of tree canopies, and an overview of future planting areas within Salisbury.
-- Input, listening sessions funded by second $25,000 Duke Energy Grant --
The Salisbury Police Department (SPD) is continuing its series of in-person conversations with the Salisbury community, this time with a focus on engaging youth and local business populations at back-to-back forums.
If you suspect a large water break in or around your home, Salisbury Rowan Utilities (SRU) urges its customers to contact SRU’s maintenance Department at 704-638-5390 or the Salisbury Customer Service Center (CSC) at 704-638-5300 to report the break.
Thursday, April 25, 6-8 pm
Unlock the secrets of maximizing your available square footage with strategic foodscaping ideas, author Brie Arthur explains.
City departments kicked off the upcoming budget year, Wednesday, Jan. 30, in preparation for the next fiscal year. Fiscal Year 2025 (FY2025) is the city’s budget year that will run from July 1, 2024 through June 30, 2025. The adopted budget ordinance will set the new tax rate and city fees.
Employee Spotlight: R. J. Hill
This month’s employee spotlight is R.J. Hill, a detective for the Salisbury Police Department.