Fall Special Pick-Up Day - Monday, Sept. 28, 2020

For the Village of Salisbury, our Fall Special Pick-Up Day (ie. bulk garbage collection) is scheduled for Monday, September 28, 2020. Again, this is for INSIDE THE VILLAGE OF SALISBURY MUNICIPAL LIMITS ONLY. If you reside outside the Village limits, refer to this list for your bulk collection dates ( link ).
For this Village of Salisbury Fall Special Pick-Up, 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 any time after 5:00am.
✔  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.
 

HAZARDOUS WASTE
    Southeast ECO360's Mobile Eco-Depot will be in Salisbury for two days in early September – on Wednesday, September 2nd and Thursday, September 3rd from noon-8:00pm both days. They will be set up in the parking lot of the Salisbury Baptist Church at 3128 Main Street. Hazardous waste and many bulk items will be accepted. For more information, visit them online at www.eco360.ca.

Village of Salisbury 2020 Dog Tags

Regarding the purchase of 2020 Dog Tags, the Village of Salisbury has fully waived the late-fee deadline. This is due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Village of Salisbury 2020 Dog Tags will remain only $10 (spayed or neutered) or $30 (not spayed or neutered).

To arrange for purchase of a Dog Tag:
- Visit the Village Office. Calling ahead to make an appointment is recommended (372-3230). The Village Office is open Monday to Friday between the hours of 8:30-4:30.
OR
- Leave a message with the Animal Control Officer (at either 378-3627 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) so arrangements can be made to purchase a Dog Tag through her.

(NOTE: The original deadline for Dog Tag purchases without penalty was March 31st. It has since been extended thrice due to the Coronavirus and the resulting purchase limitations, and has now been waived outright for the remainder of the current calendar year.)

Private Lane Near Wetland Trail Closed to Vehicular Access

As some residents of Salisbury may have noticed, what has become a popular access to the Wetland Trail located south of MacDonald and Braemar is now gated off. This access-lane is, in fact, PRIVATE property. Many do not realize it, but the lane is not owned by the municipality (although, Salisbury municipal departments have made arrangements with the owner for an access-easement to allow for maintenance of the trail and wetlands, the fire department hydrant, and a sewer lift station). The owner of this private lane has put the chain in place to prevent public access by vehicle, as parking on this private property (that is, the lane and the property below it) has been occurring to the frustration of the private landowners on either side. Again, with this being a private lane, the landowner is fully within his rights to restrict access by vehicle. Meantime, for trail-users who need to park, there is a public parking lot located at Highland Park off Highland Drive.

COVID-19 Update: Atlantic Bubble to Start on July 3rd

The week of June 22-26, 2020 was eventful with regards to the Coronavirus pandemic with the news that the four Atlantic provinces will soon form an open-travel zone, meaning residents can travel between New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador without having to self-isolate. The Atlantic Bubble will take effect on Friday, July 3rd ( Full_details ).

Meantime, the work-week closed with New Brunswick announcing that under its State of Emergency Mandatory Order, Zone 5 (Campbellton region) is being advanced to the third stage of the province's recovery plan (the "Yellow" phase), joining the rest of New Brunswick ( June 26th news release ). June 26th saw no new cases and another recovery, leaving 13 active cases, including two in hospital (one in intensive care). Two people have died from COVID-19 in New Brunswick. 

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