Community members can attend a free training session that reflects a science-based approach to understanding human biases and prejudices. The purpose of this training is to enhance community members' understanding of the fair and impartial policing training that the Salisbury Police Department is/will be getting and the apply those concepts to their own lives and decision-making.
As part of the Salisbury Police Department’s Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA) assessment on Monday, Oct. 19, through Tuesday, Oct. 20, department personnel and members of the community are invited to offer comments at a public input session on Monday, Oct. 19, 2020 at 5 p.m. via Zoom.
The Salisbury Public Art Committee announces a call for entries for the 2021 Salisbury Sculpture Show. Entering its 13th year, the Salisbury Sculpture Show has featured artists from more than 10 states and has earned regional and national recognition. Artists are invited to submit their outdoor pieces for consideration in the award-winning art installation program by Monday, Dec. 21.
As the Rowan County United Way (RCUW) 2020-2021 campaign kicks off, the Salisbury Police Department (SPD) is putting last year’s United Way Grant Funding towards substance abuse prevention and detection, one of RCUW’s impact areas.
Salisbury Transit was awarded an $818,771 Volkswagen Settlement Transit/Shuttle Bus Program Grant by the NC Department of Environmental Quality (NCDEQ).
The Salisbury Community Appearance and Salisbury Housing Advocacy Commissions will host their tenth annual “BlockWork” neighborhood beautification project, in the 200 block of South Clay Street, Saturday, October 24, on “National Make a Difference Day” and Sunday, October 25.