Mayor Jake Day is excited to announce that Salisbury has been named the official 2018 – 2020 National Folk Festival Host City. Salisbury was among 34 cities nationwide that competed for the honor of hosting the nation’s preeminent traveling celebration of traditional arts and culture for a three-year stay in 2018, 2019 and 2020. The […]
Mayor Jake Day is excited to announce that the City will host the first SBY Marathon on Saturday, April 28, 2018. In an effort to encourage healthy lifestyles in the community and showcase both the City’s natural and revitalized beauty, Salisbury and its partners have developed a 26.2-mile course which is ideal for runners looking […]
Due to continued cleanup efforts in the City Park as a result of last week’s storm, the Walk Salisbury event scheduled for Wednesday, October 5th at 1:00 p.m. has been postponed until Wednesday, October 19th at 1:00 p.m. For more information, contact the Mayor’s office at 410-548-3100.
The City of Salisbury is in process of replacing the Waterside Park basketball courts. They’ll soon have a new surface, uprights, backboards, nets, and fencing.
The Salisbury National Night Out, for 2016, has been scheduled for August 2, from 5pm to 8pm, in the City Park. More Information…
The City of Salisbury recently installed new signage, to help guide visitors to the trail head at Naylor Mill Park.
Waterside Park will soon be receiving some much needed upgrades. The first will be restored basketball courts, thanks to a State of Maryland Department of Natural Resources Program Open Space grant of $90,000. Secondly, a new gazebo, picnic tables, landscaping, mulch, and paint will be donated by Salisbury Lowe’s, at a value of $3,500. Thank […]
Recently the City dedicated the public tennis courts in the Salisbury City Park in honor of local tennis enthusiast and community stalwart, the late Janice A. Cook. For over 30 years, Janice Cook was a fixture on the City’s tennis courts. Her passion for the sport kept her playing into her 70’s. Mrs. Cook received […]