Salisbury Stands in Solidarity

Salisbury Stands in Solidarity

The Village of Salisbury stands in solidarity with the people of Ukraine. #standwithukriane

Our municipal office has been illuminated in blue and yellow and we are flying a Ukrainian flag to show that our thoughts and prayers are with all Ukrainians.

We are planning an evening peace event for area residents in the coming weeks, please stay tuned for details.

Members of Salisbury Fire Rescue Honoured

The Green Cross Certificate recognizes fire departments for rescues using the HURST Jaws of Life in motor vehicle accidents. Early morning on July 11, 2021, members of Salisbury Fire Rescue responded to an MVA on Route 112 north of Salisbury in which a truck had gone...

Notice to Smith Street Residents

The Village of Salisbury Department of Infrastructure and Public Works wishes to inform residents of Smith Street that on Thursday, May 5, Smith Street will be closed to through-traffic in the vicinity of 73 Smith. This is due to a sewer repair project at that...

Municipal Reform – Public Meeting

Change is coming to our community. A public meeting will be held on Thursday April 21st starting at 7 p.m. to discuss local governance reform and how it will change our communities. The meeting will be held at the Salisbury Lions Club, 63 Peter Street in Salisbury....

Salisbury Investing in Shanea Street Playground

The Village of Salisbury is pleased to announce a planned upgrade of the facilities of the Shanea Street playground. Working with Councillor Nathan O’Blenis, the Department of Infrastructure and Public Works has arranged for the purchase and installation of new play...

RCMP Investigates Theft in Salisbury

RCMP serving the Village of Salisbury are investigating a case of vandalism and theft in which a small building was damaged and all of its wiring inside was stolen. The building, located on school property off Douglas Street, houses the electrical service for the...

COVID-19: NB Ending Mandates on March 14th

Two years after the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic was first felt in New Brunswick, the provincial government has announced a plan to lift all restrictions for the general public. The big day for the removal of all remaining mandates -- March 14, 2022. Meantime,...

Resumes Being Accepted for Summer Jobs

The Village of Salisbury is accepting resumes for 2022 Summer job opportunities with the municipality.Please submit your resumes to the Village, either:- In person from 8:30am to 4:30pm, Monday to Friday at the Village Office at 56 Douglas Street- By email...

RCMP Introduces Online Crime Reporting (OCR)

The New Brunswick RCMP has launched its new Online Crime Reporting (OCR) website:https://ocre-sielc.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/en Types of crime that can be reported using this tool are mischief/damage to property <$5,000, theft <$5,000 (incl. theft of a bicycle and theft...

COVID-19: Omicron darkens NB New Year’s Eve

New Brunswick Public Health is responding to the presence of the COVID-19 Omicron variant with a number of changes to its Level 2 Winter coronavirus plan effective Tuesday, January 4, 2022 at 11:59pm. Among the changes are: reserving PCR tests for only the highest...

NB Announces its Municipal Reform Plan (Nov. 18)

Today, the New Brunswick Government unveiled its decisions regarding municipal reform.Minister of Local Government and Local Governance Reform Daniel Allain released the much-anticipated White Paper, “Working together for vibrant and sustainable communities”White...