In accordance with the announcements and guidelines set forth today by Governor Larry Hogan, the City of Salisbury’s tennis courts, skate park and dog park, all located within the Salisbury City Park, will be open for limited use beginning today, May 7th as of 7 a.m. No more than ten people are permitted to utilize […]
This brand new split-rail fencing was installed at Waterside Park this week by Anderson Fence. The fence begins at the Parsons Road entrance to Waterside Park and extends all the way up Parsons Road and behind the Tabernacle of Prayer Church. It is an amazing improvement versus the previous chain link fence.
Salisbury – In addition to measures already in place to minimize the impact of COVID-19 upon our community, and in adherence with federal guidance, the Salisbury Zoo, and all City of Salisbury Playgrounds are hereby closed to the public until further notice. Outdoor spaces remain open and a great alternative for social distancing in a […]
Spend the evening at a community park during Summerfest, a FREE event series for kids focused on providing cool, unique themed experiences, from Wicomico County Rec & Parks. Children can play games, socialize with family and friends, listen to good music and grab a snack. Schedule June 20: Sport Spectacular at Billy Gene Jackson Sr. […]
New benches and trash cans are now being installed in the City Park, as part of the City Park Master Plan. More information on the Master Plan can be found here.
Salisbury – Mayor Jake Day is pleased to announce that the Riverwalk Amphitheater has been renamed in honor of the Pohanka of Salisbury Automotive Group. The newly-christened Pohanka Riverwalk Amphitheater takes its name from the company which has donated $75,000 to complete the second phase of construction on the performance venue, as well as another $25,000 to […]
Spring is upon us once again, which means the return of #WalkSalisbury! Round up the rest of the office and join us this Friday for a late lunch stroll around the City Park. This first-of-the-season outing will have a St. Paddy’s theme, with a prize for the person who wears the most green! WHEN: This Friday, […]
Under a cloudy sky, Mayor Jake Day, joined by U.S. Sens. Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen, dug shovels into a pile of dirt and tossed it into the air on Friday, officially breaking ground for the new Riverwalk Amphitheater. “This is an incredible moment. Give your mayor thanks,” a beaming Cardin said, leading applause […]
It’s a traditional American winter scene – an ice skating rink in a natural setting bright with Christmas lights. That’s the plan for City Park on Thanksgiving weekend, the annual beginning of Winter Wonderland, the community festival of lights. This year, before the entertainment, arrival of Santa Claus and flipping the light switch, the skating […]
Over the past two years the Parks and Recreation Committee has been developing a 10-year Master Plan for the City Park. We have been assisted by City staff and by Landscape Architectural Services, LLC, a consultant to the Committee. The Committee met on September 19, 2017 and unanimously recommend the adoption of the 10-year Master […]