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MAIN OFFICE PHONE:  (540) 375-3057|HOURS:  M-F 8am-5pm
MAIN OFFICE LOCATION:  620 Florida Street, Salem, VA 24153

11

Jan

2021

Local COVID-19 Vaccination Plans

Phase 1B Vaccinations Begin January 11.

8

Jan

2021

Keep Recreational Vehicles in Their Place

21

Dec

2020

Need Help with Utility Bills Payment?

If you are having trouble paying your bills during COVID, we are here to help. The city is taking part in the Municipal Utility Relief Program that is designed to help residents and small-business owners facing past-due utility bills due to COVID-19 hardships.

 

24

Nov

2020

City Council Honors Salem Attorney Steve Yost

23

Nov

2020

Mayor Turk Proclaims Small Business Saturday

16

Nov

2020

Salem Receives Second State Tourism Grant

Grant will use to enhance NCAA events in 2021.

26

Oct

2020

Salem EDA Relaunches Business Grant Program

19

Oct

2020

Salem Paving Projects Schedule - UPDATED 10/19

All dates are subject to change due to weather conditions. For additional information, please call Community Development 375-3032.

25

Sep

2020

Continuity of Services Ordinance Takes Effect

The ordinance allows the Council to continue to finction in a variety of ways during the pandemic.

3

Sep

2020

Phase II Downtown Revitalization Underway

If you have seen the transformation on College Avenue, you know that the finished product of the first phase of our Downtown Revitalization is amazing. You also know that these types of projects do not happen overnight.

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