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Mobile Alert Action
Mobile Alert Action

Mobile Alert Action

Mobile Alert Action

Mobile Alert Action

Citizens will need to re-register to continue to receive alerts from our Instant Info Citizens Alert system for important emergency alerts, notifications and updates on your devices – Free of charge.
Animal Shelter
Animal Shelter

Animal Shelter

Animal Shelter

Animal Shelter

Adoptions only $15 through the end of February!
Pay Bills Online
Pay Bills Online

Pay Bills Online

Pay Bills Online

Pay Bills Online

The City of Salem is now offering the ability to pay online. It's easy, fast and free.
Rotary Dog Park
Rotary Dog Park

Rotary Dog Park

Rotary Dog Park

Rotary Dog Park

The park is located on Indiana Street beside the Salem Animal Shelter. It is open daily from 6am – 10pm and there are both large and small dog sections.
Salem Public Library
Salem Public Library

Salem Public Library

Salem Public Library

Salem Public Library

Founded in 1937, the Salem Public Library is dedicated to providing exceptional services for all ages, backgrounds, and needs.
Call Before You Dig
Call Before You Dig

Call Before You Dig

Call Before You Dig

Call Before You Dig

Virginia 811 is the “one call” Virginia communications center to keep you, your friends and neighbors safe by helping you avoid buried power, gas, communications and water lines.
Downtown Plan
Downtown Plan

Downtown Plan

Downtown Plan

Downtown Plan

By working together we can build on our wonderful Downtown and ensure that it has a bright future as the center of our community.

Upcoming Events

ODAC Men's & Women's Basketball Tournament Read more

ODAC Men's & Women's Basketball Tournament

2/22/2018 - 2/25/2018

Four days of college hoops action!


Thursday, February 22 - Women's Quarterfinals 1pm, 3pm, 6pm, 8pm
Friday, February 23 - Men's Quarterfinals 1pm, 3pm, 6pm, 8pm
Saturday, February 24 - Women's Semifinals 1pm & 3pm, Men's Semifinals 6pm & 8pm
Sunday, February 25 - Women's Championship 1pm & Men's Championship 3:30pm

General Admission

  • Tournament Pass - $36.00
  • Per Session Adult - $12.00
  • Per Session Student - $6.00
  • Tickets sold at the door prior to each session.

Visit www.ODAConline.com for more details.

Valley NeedleArts Read more

Valley NeedleArts

2/28/2018 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Valley NeedleArts meets every Wednesday afternoon from 1pm - 3pm at the Salem Public Library, 28 E. Main Street, Salem, VA 24153. We currently teach English Paper Piecing, Crochet and Knitting. Experienced NeedleArtists, of all skill levels, are invited to attend. Please register by messaging us here or calling the Salem Library at (540) 375-3089.

Public Meeting for Community Development Block Grant Read more

Public Meeting for Community Development Block Grant

2/28/2018 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Notice is hereby given that the City of Salem will hold a public meeting on February 28, 2018 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in Council Chambers, City Hall, 114 North Broad Street, Salem, Virginia 24153 to solicit public input on the proposed Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) proposal to be submitted to the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development for Downtown Salem.  Residents of the project area are encouraged to attend.  The Downtown Salem proposal will include the following activities:  administration, façade grants, marketing and branding, library improvements, and creation of a co-lab.

The draft CDBG proposal will be presented for comment along with information on projected beneficiaries, including the number of low- and moderate-income residents to benefit from the proposed project, and plans to minimize displacement.  A fact sheet on the proposed project and the draft proposal is available at the Office of Community Development, 21 South Bruffey Street, Salem, Virginia.  For additional information, contact Benjamin W. Tripp, City Planner at btripp@salemva.gov, or (540) 375-3032.

Comments and grievances can be submitted in writing to the City of Salem, Office of Community Development, ATTN: CDBG, 21 South Bruffey Street, or by phone at (540) 375-3032 until February 28, 2018.

If you plan to attend and have any special needs requirements, please call the number listed above.

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