For users of the Highland Park Wetland Trail: Please be advised that, starting on Monday, July 24th, Steeves Excavating will have some heavy equipment off the north side of the trail as they conduct work on a second watersource intake for Salisbury Fire & Rescue’s pressurized hydrant on Braemar Street. There should not be any disruption to trail use, although users should exercise caution when approaching the work site. The Village of Salisbury thanks the residents for their cooperation.
May 23, 2017 - The Swearing In Ceremony took place at last nights Council meeting,
We are pleased to introduce your new Councillor - Blake Bartlett.
Running for Councillor
Advanced Poles - May 6, 2017
Ordinary Polls - May 15, 2017
Hi everyone, I have lived here for 9 years and made some wonderful friends and acquaintances. By now you should have my mail out. I also hope to meet you in person as I go door to door.
As important as roads, infrastructure, budgets and council meetings are, the real heart of a community are its people. l have spent my whole life investing in children, youth and families, both as a vocation and almost all of my spare time. l have spent years & years as a Youth and Family Pastor and Camp Director. I left Consulting Engineering to do so. My heart aches because of the things our youth are dealing with. I believe our teens and young adults are being over looked. l currently serve as volunteer Asst. Coach and co-chaplain for Crandall University Men's Basketball. I volunteer as a coach and ref. in Salisbury and am on the Parks and Leisure committee. l have been a supply teacher here and I formerly was Asst. Coach for JMA Sr. Boys for Bball and soccer. I have served for four years on council in Salisbury and would welcome the opportunity to work hard for you again. Please take the time to read my flier and Please vote.
Hello, My name is Todd McNeil.
I grew up just outside of the Salisbury area and have been living in the village for the last 10 years. I have a very busy wife, Melissa, who stays home with our 4 children; Jaylin (10), Shyanne (9), Tarik (4), and Kallen (2).
For the last 8 years I have been an active member on the Salisbury Fire Department. My day to day job is a project manager; handling large multi-million dollar projects with teams of 30 plus people.
I would like to continue to serve the community as a Volunteer Firefighter as well as a Councillor. I believe my experience in working with people and budgets would be an asset to the council as well as adding diversity to the current group.
- 2017 Spring Special Pick Up
- 2017 Household Hazardous Waste
- April's Council Meeting
- Mental Health and Suicide Prevention for Veterans
- Thank You
- Office Closing Early
- Council Meeting Rescheduled
- Office Closure
- Council Meeting
- No Garbage - February 13, 2017