Salisbury Celebrates Canada Day 2019!

  

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 Join us in celebrating Canada Day 2019 at beautiful Highland Park!  

 
MONDAY, JULY 1st FROM 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
 
 
Events to Take Place at Highland Park (29 Highland Drive), Weather Permitting, or at
the Municipal Building (56 Douglas Street) if the weather does not cooperate.
 
Flag-Raising Ceremony & Marching of the Colours
Free Barbecue & Canada Day Cake
Music by the Zack Lane Trio!
Face-Painting & Games 

                             Zack Lane Trio

Colouring Contest (page):
 
 

 

     Drop off your entry in the Village Office drop-box before June 28th. You could win a prize!

     All colouring contest entries will be displayed at the Municipal Building.

     Presentation of prizes will take place during the Canada Day Celebration.

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Congratulations to the Graduates of 2019

Mayor and Council would like to congratulate the 2019 Graduating Class of JMA Armstrong High School on their fine achievement. May the future hold much success for you all!

Tender - Public Library Accessible Restroom Upgrades

The Village of Salisbury is accepting tenders for Public Library Accessible Restroom Upgrades.  Tenders for the construction of an accesssible restroom located within the existing Public Library at 3215 Main Street will be received at the Village of Salisbury Municipal Office until 3:00 p.m. June 6, 2019.  Information on the above tender may be obtained at the Village Office or found at the link below.  LOWEST OR ANY TENDER NOT NECESSARILY ACCEPTED   

RFQ VOS 2019-01  Tender for Public Library Accessible Restroom Upgrades

Pothole Season

Although it is a welcome season following a hard Winter, Spring, unfortunately, is also the season of potholes. Potholes are brought on by the many freeze-thaw cycles that wreak havoc on the asphalt after water gets into the cracks formed by the wear and tear of traffic. During the first month or so of Spring, our Salisbury Works Department, like other municipal public works departments throughout New Brunswick, tackles the potholes that form on our Village-maintained roadways by way of what’s called “cold patch asphalt.” This serves as a temporary solution until the hot asphalt plants open midway through the season. After these facilities open, contractors are scheduled to apply more permanent fixes to the municipal pothole problem. If you have concerns about any potholes in particular that are located on our municipal streets in the Village, our Works Department can be reached through the Village Office at 372-3230. However, it must be noted that it is the New Brunswick Department of Transportation and Infrastructure that maintains three of the main roads within the Village limits, those being Route 112 (River Road and Fredericton Road) and Route 106 (Main Street/Salisbury Road). These three routes are “Provincially Designated Highways” and any concerns about them should be phoned in to the Salisbury DTI garage (372-3302) or to MLA Mike Holland at his constituency office at 1037 Route 114 in Lower Coverdale (856-4961).

2019 Student Summer Jobs

The Village of Salisbury will soon begin the process of hiring its 2019 student employees for Summer jobs. There will be positions in the Village Office, in our Works Department, and in our Parks & Leisure Department. The office job includes helping organize Canada Day and Community Days activities; the Works jobs include parks, lawn and wastewater lagoon maintenance; and the Parks & Leisure jobs include youth and seniors programs, and sports field and park maintenance. If you are a student and are interested in any of these Summer job opportunities, you're urged to apply using your provincial SEED program voucher (if applicable) and submit your resume directly to the Village, either in person from 8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday to Friday at the Village Office; by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; by fax at (506) 372-3225, or by regular mail to: Village of Salisbury, 56 Douglas Street, Salisbury, NB, E4J 3E3.

Important Spring Clean-Up Dates

With Spring-cleaning season upon us, here are some important dates to keep in mind:
(1) The Village of Salisbury's Spring Special Pick-Up day will be Monday, May 6th. This is when bulk items can be placed curbside. Just be sure to have them out early, as collection can begin anytime after 5:00 that morning.
(2) The Southeast Eco360 "Mobile Eco-Depot" will be set up at the Salisbury Baptist Church parking lot (3128 Main Street) on Wednesday, May 29th and Thursday, May 30th from noon until 8:00 both days. This is where you come to drop off any hazardous waste items or bulk items.
www.eco360.ca/mobile-eco-depot-program

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