Fall Special Pick Up

Fall special pick up day is scheduled for Monday, October 2, 2017.
Any items residents wish to have picked up must be placed at roadside.  Please be sure to have items at the curb early, as pick up can commence anytime after 5:00 a.m.
✔  Appliances/Furniture,
✔  Lumber and yard waste must be bundled and tied in 4ft. lengths,
✔  Tires (Limit of 2 per household),
✘  NOT ACCEPTED - Batteries, paint products, chemicals, propane tanks, and other hazardous materials.

Thank You

I would like to say a big thank you to the many volunteers who gave of their time during our recent power outage. Council, Village Staff, Firefighters, EMO, NB Power, businesses, and citizens all pitched in and helped those in need of heat, food and water.

Thank you to the Lion's Club for opening their building as a warming center and the Baptist Church opening their building for showers. Thank you also for all the food that was donated and those who prepared meals.

A big thank you to the Firefighters who were out in the worst of the storm on Tuesday night answering the many calls coming in.

I am sure there were many acts of kindness shown to neighbors and families that we are not aware of and we can be proud we live in a community that always shows compassion when people are in need.

I believe that this emergency will better prepare us for any future weather or disaster emergencies and we can learn from this as to what worked and what we were falling short on.

So again thank you to everyone as it was appreciated by all.

Terry Keating
Mayor of Salisbury

 FD Thank You 



               Mayor Keating presenting the Fire Chief Dave Bannister with a token of
               thanks to the Firefighters Association for all of their help during the storm.







Mayor Keating Presenting King Lion Dwight Mann and Lew Murray with a token of thanks to the Salisbury Lions Club for all of their help during the storm.


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Southeast Eco360 is launching a new 3-bag waste sorting system!

Here are a few details to keep in mind during this transition:

· Recyclables go in a blue transparent bag and include paper, plastic, cardboard, metal, Styrofoam and small electronics.
· Organics go in a green or certified compostable transparent bag and include food and yard waste.
· Garbage goes in a clear transparent bag and is for everything else (excluding hazardous and dangerous materials). If you’re not sure, put it in the clear bag.
· Collection of the 3-Bag syst
em begins the week of October 24, 2016. Your regular garbage collection day will not change; only what colour bags you put out. For your collection schedule, use our My Schedule tool on our Facebook page or website.

· Start sorting in your home the week of October 17th for collection the week after.
· New sorting guides and collection schedules are being delivered to each home in the region this week.
· Bags may not be collected if you use black or other non-acceptable bags, or if you have any hazardous or dangerous material in them.
· All we ask is that you do your best, give the new system a try and your bags will be collected.

If you have any questions, call our hotline at 877-1040 or visit our website at www.eco360.ca or send us a message on Facebook.



The Memory Maple and Living Lindens' Tree Campaign

logo2The Salisbury Beautification Committee is excited to announce The Memory Maple and Living Lindens’ Tree Campaign. As part of our 2016 Phase One Concept Plans, the community of Salisbury will have the opportunity to purchase and plant a tree along Douglas Street.

A tree may be planted in memory of a loved one, families may choose to plant a commemorative  tree, or businesses may wish to sponsor a tree.  The cost to purchase and plant a tree is $500.

We are having this special online auction for one tree which will be planted in front of Salisbury Village Office.  The tree will also include a granite memorial plaque which will be placed at the base of the tree. Bidding begins at $750.

All proceeds will go to the Salisbury Beautification Project.


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