Applications now open for Salisbury’s eighth class
Beginning today, Wed., June 15, the City of Salisbury invites residents to apply for the fall 2022 Citizen’s Academy -- a ten-week academy that provides a behind-the-scenes look at city operations.
The Salisbury Police Department, in partnership with Salisbury Parks and Recreation Department, Salisbury Community Planning Department and Salisbury-Rowan NAACP, will conduct surveys throughout the West End community for the West End Salisbury Transformed Empowered Neighborhood Development (WEST END) project. The WEST END project is made possible by an $800,000 Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation (BCJI) grant from the Department of Justice.
It's time for some fun in the sun at the Fred M. Evans pool. We have some tips and important information for you before your visit to Fred M. Evans pool this summer.
This month’s employee spotlight is Joseph Myers. He has been employed with the City of Salisbury Transit Department for five years serving as a transit operator and ADA dispatcher. As part of his ADA paratransit role, Joseph schedules and then provides transportation services to eligible, disabled citizens from their homes to a specific location.
-- Input, listening sessions funded by $25,000 Duke Energy Grant --
The Salisbury Police Department (SPD) will begin a series of in-person conversations with neighbors in various Salisbury communities thanks in part to a $25,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation as part of the energy company’s $1 million pledge to social justice, racial equity in North Carolina.
Interim City Manager Brian Hiatt presented a proposed budget for the fiscal year 2022-2023 (FY23) to Salisbury’s City Council, Tuesday, May 24.