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Tropical Storm Michael: Road Closures

Due to rain from Tropical Storm Michael, the City of Salisbury had flooded roadways causing a number of road closures. Please drive carefully and stay alert.

List of road closures:

- Mocksville Avenue and Prescott Drive (flooding)
- 700 Block N MLK Jr. Blvd (flooding)
- Brenner Ave. is closed between Lantz and Corriher (tree down)
- Mahaley Ave. is closed from Parkview Circle to Old Mocksville (tree down)
- 1300 block of Meadowbrook Circle (tree/power lines down)
- 200 block of S. Ellis (tree/power lines down)
- W. Colonial Avenue (tree/power lines down)
- 100 block of Fulton St (tree down)
- W. Liberty at Fulton (tree down)

- 1300 W. Horah St. (tree/power lines down)
- Robin Rd and Hayves Drive (flooding)
- E. Innes at Town Cree (flooding)
- Crawford and Kerr (tree/power lines down)
- 1304 Forestdale (tree /power lines down)
- 1022 Terrace Dr (tree/power lines down)
- 200 W. Colonial (tree/power lines down)
- 100 Cross Dr. (tree/power lines down)
- 2602 Stokes Ferry Rd (tree/power lines down)
- 1600 W. Colonial (tree/power lines down)
- 500 block Morlan Park Rd. (tree/power lines down)
- 300 Sycamore (tree/power lines down)
- 100 block of Fraces at Perryman (tree/power lines down)

List of roads back open:
- Old Concord and Arlington
- Lee Street behind City Hall 
- 200 Block of S Craig Street
- 200 block of S. Shaver
- 600 block of S. Church Street
- Jake Alexander & Ivey
- Pinehurst Street at bottom of the hill
- Milford Hills Road & Lincolnton Road
- 600 Block N MLK Jr. Blvd
- Lincolnton & Milford Hill
- 1000 Block Terrace Drive
- 1000 Block Rowan Circle
- Arlington & Innes Streets at Starbucks
- Old Concord and Harrell
- Jake Alexander and Lincolnton
- 200 W Horah Street
- Sunset Drive
- 1000 block Emerald Street at Roberts 
- Military & Emerald
- West 12th St.
- Annandale Dr.
- E Park Road – going into Knox and Overton

 

 

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