COVID-19: "This is not a drill." ~ NB Premier Blaine Higgs (Mar. 20, 2020)

The Municipality of the Village of Salisbury strongly urges residents and businesses in the community to abide by the directives issued by the Province of New Brunswick and its Chief Medical Officer of Health with regards to efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19 Coronavirus. It is only by working together that we, not only just as a community but as a nation, will succeed in "flattening the curve" and keep the number of cases as low as possible during this pandemic. We must practice social distancing and refrain from gathering in groups of over 10 people. The Village wishes to thank those who are doing their part by staying home whenever possible and, thus, helping to protect others. Keep up the good work!

CLOSED (Mar. 17, 2020 until further notice)

Following the most recent advice and recommendations from the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health (New Brunswick Public Health) of March 16th, the Municipality of the Village of Salisbury has made the decision to close the Village Office, Works Office, and Parks & Leisure Office to the public until further notice.
You can still reach us by phone at 372-3230 or by email us at Sewer payments can be made by cheque and placed in the drop slot next to the front door, or can be sent by mail, or paid through online banking with CIBC or Credit Union, as well as through Service New Brunswick online.
We thank you for your cooperation in helping to reduce the spread of COVID-19 Coronavirus.

COVID-19 Coronavirus (Mar. 12, 2020)

Municipal Council and Staff of the Village of Salisbury have been monitoring the provincial/national/global situation regarding COVID-19, ie. Coronavirus. For the latest information for our region under the direction of New Brunswick Health/Public Health, please follow the link to the dedicated Coronavirus website by the province’s Chief Medical Officer of Health:
For a national perspective on what's happening re: Coronavirus, here is a link to updates posted by the Government of Canada:
The following link, also posted by the Government of Canada, concerns public gatherings including non-essential gatherings:

Exciting Announcement for Local Minor Baseball

The Villages of Salisbury and Petitcodiac will join forces to create the NEW Salisbury Petitcodiac Flyers Minor Baseball Association.
Click here for information on the March 12th general meeting to be held at the Salisbury Village Office in the upstairs classroom.

CN Launches “Here for You” Campaign

Canadian National, in its efforts to maintain positive and proactive communications with the communities in which its operates, is making public two information lines for both non-emergency and emergency concerns:

CN Public Inquiry Line - This is the central point of contact for the public with non-emergency concerns such as: noise, train whistling, general property maintenance, etc.
1-888-888-5909 (Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm Eastern) or

CN Police - CN Police staff will answer calls regarding emergency or safety-related issues and dispatch officers when appropriate for reasons such as: trespassing on tracks, unlawful activity, crossing signal defects, etc.
1-800-465-9239 (a 24/7 phone service for emergencies) or for non-urgent suspicious activities

The Spirit of the Season!

Students and staff from JMA Armstrong High School and Salisbury Middle School teamed up on Friday morning to deliver turkeys for Christmas dinners to Salisbury Helping Hands Food Bank.
JMAAHS SMS Turkeys Helping Hands

Bleakney Road (post Hurricane/Tropical Storm Dorian)

UPDATE (Sept. 8, 2019, 2:00pm): Bleakney Road is now passable and open to traffic once again. Your patience and understanding during the repair process has been much appreciated.
For residents of Salisbury: Bleakney Road will be repaired following a storm Dorian-related collapse/washout at the McNaughton Brook culvert. The Salisbury Works Department and Salisbury Fire Rescue were called to the scene Sunday morning. It is hoped that Bleakney Road will become passable again by Sunday afternoon. Until that is the case, the Albert Trail (via Lam) has been opened for access so residents of the subdivision can get in and out during the repair process (west to Fredericton Road being the more suitable of the two directions on the trail). Drivers are asked to exercise caution as Albert Trail is not traffic-controlled and is primarily one-way traffic.

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