The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30. To keep your family safe this hurricane season, and to minimize risks associated with severe weather, read these tips from Salisbury’s public safety officials.
Recognizing the health and safety challenges for those experiencing homelessness in Salisbury, City Council approved 2021 Community Development Block Grant Coronavirus Program (CDBG-CV) funding for an outreach coordinator position to help support the local Homeless Task Force.
The Salisbury City Council approved the city budget for the fiscal year 2023-2024 (FY24). A fiscal year is the city’s annual financial period beginning July 1 through June 30.
The public works department will begin resurfacing the Prescott end of the Greenway starting Friday, June 16, through Monday, June 19, weather permitting.
Help plan the future of the Kesler Mill Site
The City of Salisbury will operate on an adjusted schedule for the Juneteenth Day holiday, Monday, June 19.
Initiative to help ensure garbage collector safety
Salisbury’s public works department is formalizing its backyard Waste Collection Assistance (WCA) program to ensure worker safety as they enter private property.
It’s time for some fun in the sun at the Fred M. Evans pool!
This month’s employee spotlight is Darrell Riley, an engineering specialist in the City of Salisbury Engineering Department. With 23 years of service, Darrell started his career with public services, currently public works, in 1999 as a grounds maintenance worker. He then joined the engineering department in 2013.
The city of Salisbury was among 25 North Carolina jurisdictions to earn recognition in the North Carolina City & County Communicators (NC3C) 2023 Excellence in Communications Awards.