The deadline to purchase a Village of Salisbury Dog Registration Tag without a late fee being applied to the cost was March 31st. From this point forward, the cost for Dog Tags is $25 for spayed or neutered dogs, or $45 if the dog is not spayed or neutered (these costs include a $15 late fee). These Dog Tags can also be purchased from the Village's Animal Control Officer, Jessica MacDonald. Also, if you have any complaints or inquiries concerning dogs, please contact Jessica. She can be reached at 378-3627.
The Swearing In Ceremony took place December 28, 2018.
We are pleased to introduce your new Councillor - Robert Campbell.
2018 Salisbury Christmas Decorating Contest
The Village of Salisbury, once again, marked the Holiday Season by holding a Christmas Decorating Contest. A big thank you to all who entered. Congratulations to Rebecca Delarge for winning 1st; Beth McCully for placing 2nd; and Wayne Wagner, 3rd. All of the houses entered looked wonderful!
Salisbury Village Council has approved a new Fire By-Law (details). It follows the direction of Provincial burning advisories/bans. The By-Law also outlines exactly what items can be burned and in what way; ie. in approved appliances only (open fires in the municipality are PROHIBITED). Salisbury Fire Rescue reserves the right to order any fires that are not in compliance to be extinguished, and are authorized to issue tickets as they may deem necessary to enforce this By-Law.
Click here for information on how to be prepared for emergencies.
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.
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.
- The Memory Maple and Living Lindens' Tree Campaign
- Attention Dog Owners
- Historical Photos - Photos of the Past
- Street Lights
- A Word From Our Mayor