The City of Salisbury is the Second US City to Commit to 1MBB and pledge support to Black-owned business development through 2030
Today, Thursday, April 8, Salisbury Mayor Karen Alexander, in partnership with other Rowan County business leaders, formally announced a commitment by City Council to support Operation HOPE’s 1 Million Black Businesses Initiative (1MBB). In partnership with Shopify, 1MBB is aimed at giving 1 million Black entrepreneurs and small-business owners the tools and support they need to succeed.
Downtown Salisbury is getting a new look. Salisbury City Council adopted the Downtown Main Street Plan at the Tuesday, March 16 Council meeting. Following multiple public opportunities for comment during design, the Downtown Main Street Plan consists of two phases to implement pedestrian and bicycle inclusion, landscaping, parking, infrastructure improvements, and transit mobility. Phase I transitional striping is set to begin summer 2021.
The Salisbury Public Art Committee invites artists of all ages and skillsets to submit their best designs for consideration for the first Salisbury Paint the Pavement Project. Entries will be accepted Thursday, April 1 through Friday, April 30. The installation date, also known as Paint the Pavement Day, will be Sunday, June 6.
TOUCH-A-TRUCK is returning to the Salisbury Civic Center located at 315 Martin Luther King Jr Ave South on Saturday, April 17 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. as a drive-thru event.
Misty Fields is an accounting technician II for the City of Salisbury Finance Department. In her role, she monitors and prepares accounts payable (AP) to make sure vendors get paid accurately and in a timely manner. Misty also prepares employee payroll, submits monthly retirement information, and assists employees with questions regarding pay, deductions and benefits.
The Salisbury Police Department appreciates your patience and passion regarding the recent release of a K-9 training video. The extensive investigation by a third-party agency, US ISS Agency, has concluded.