City of Salisbury Introduces Innovative App to Ensure “You Never Have to Worry About Parking Again”

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The City of Salisbury has introduced Flowbird, which City officials say is designed to make your life easier by offering seamless, stress-free parking solutions. The new app will benefit residents, visitors, and commuters. As they prepare for the full launch in November, you’ll start to notice Flowbird signage springing up around Salisbury. Additional Information from…

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Salisbury Officials Introducing New Software to Connect Personally with Residents

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If you live in Salisbury, you’ll be able to better connect with city officials, thanks to new software they’ve introduced. According to the City of Salisbury, in addition to helping them connect personally with residents, the innovative approach is designed to foster transparency and elevate accessibility to new heights. Rep’d, an ingenious video Q&A platform, is…

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City of Salisbury Welcomes New Housing and Community Development Director

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The City of Salisbury has announced the appointment of Muir Boda as the new Housing and Community Development Director. In his role as the Housing and Community Development Director, Muir Boda will play an integral part in shaping the city’s housing landscape, fostering economic growth, and nurturing community development.  About Muir Boda: Muir Boda brings…

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Salisbury Traffic Signal Back in Action

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A traffic signal that has been out of service for some time – is now back online and fully functioning. The traffic signal at Beaglin Park Drive and Parkside High School was damaged during severe weather earlier this year.

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Evening Water Main Shutdown – Downtown Salisbury Monday Night

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The City of Salisbury will be shut down the water main on South Division on Monday, July 10th at 9pm. This shutdown is in coordination with the Unity Square Project, where some sections of the water main need to be reevaluated. The appropriate testing will be done on these sections in the evening so there…

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New 4-Way Stop Coming to Salisbury

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A new traffic pattern is being implemented at the South Boulevard and Camden Avenue intersection in Salisbury today! This crossing is transitioning to a 4-way stop using temporary stop signs and permanent stop signs installed within two weeks. City of Salisbury officials say the lights are also being changed from flashing yellow to flashing red,…

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City of Salisbury Proposes Fire and Life Safety Fee

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If you live in Salisbury, the City might soon implement a fee that would help fund the Salisbury Fire Department. City officials have proposed a Fire and Life Safety Fee to all residents of the Salisbury Fire Service District. The proposal is due to supply chain and inflation issues–rising indirect costs–like training, equipment maintenance, and…

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Salisbury’s Anne Street Village Completed – Occupancy in May

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The Anne Street Village has been completed. This is Salisbury’s first transitional housing community for homeless residents – and the first group of residents will move in next month. There are 23 units and each unit includes a bed, HVAC units, refrigerator and a standard set of additional amenities to make each resident feel at…

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Salisbury City Administrator Tapped for State Appointment

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Salisbury City Administrator Julia Glanz will resign her post effective March 3rd. She has been appointed as an Assistant Secretary of the Department of Housing and Community Development for the State of Maryland. She will join former boss – Jake Day who was appointed Secretary of the Department of Housing and Community Development by Governor…

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Salisbury Police Chief Barbara Duncan Announces Retirement

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After 13 years as the Chief of Police in Salisbury, Barbara Duncan has announced that she is retiring. Duncan was hired when Salisbury’s crime rates were the highest in the city’s history. During her time as Chief, Salisbury saw a significant decrease in both violent and Part 1 crime. She brought change to the department…

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Development Begins on Former Campbell Soup Factory in Salisbury

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There will be new life at the shuttered former Campbell Soup Factory on West Road in Salisbury. The City and Davis Strategic Development have acquired the building. The 310,000 square foot space will utilized by a number of local businesses and anchored by Chesapeake Shipbuilding as a secondary location for their building operations – joining…

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Salisbury – West Main Street Closed 7am to 2pm Tuesday, Nov 22

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On Tuesday, November 22, West Main St. will be closed between Market St. and Division St. from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. to allow for the removal of non-functional Christmas lights from Downtown buildings. No traffic will be permitted on the street during this time. No on-street parking will be permitted in this area during…

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Maryland Folk Festival Dates Set for Salisbury

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The National Folk Festival is moving on to a new host city after spending the past 5 years in Salisbury. However this coming September – the Maryland Folk Festival will be held in Salisbury – and like its predecessor – will be free and open to all ages. The Maryland Folk Festival will take place…

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Salisbury to Remove Traffic Light at E Church & E Isabella Streets

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As part of the City of Salisbury Department of Infrastructure & Development’s ongoing effort to keep the public informed of improvements within the City of Salisbury, please be advised that City Staff will be permanently removing the obsolete signal system at the intersection of E Church St. and E Isabella St. on the City’s East…

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City of Salisbury Releases Citizen Sustainability Survey

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The City of Salisbury, in conjunction with Salisbury University Environmental Studies students, have released a survey to gather citizen input about what steps the City should take for future environmental sustainability. The survey, which consists of 19 short questions, covers a range of topics from neighborhood dynamics to desired community sustainability activities. Responses will help…

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Salisbury Creates Arts, Business & Culture Development Department, Hires Director

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The City of Salisbury has hired a Director for its new Arts, Business and Culture Development Department, which will go about producing “signature events, facilitating business incentives, and collaborating with stakeholders, working as the bridge between arts, business and culture.” Allen Swiger has ten years of management and local government experience, and most recently has…

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Salisbury WIN – Water Incentive Program – Introduced

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Salisbury is opening a new Water Incentive Program to help individuals and families afford their water and / or sewer bills.The WIN program will consider applications for one-tine payment assistance of up to $2,000.Mayor Jake Day said this will help to lighten the financial load for for renters and homeowners who meet certain income guidelines.“We…

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