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PHONE:  (540) 375-4112   |  ADDRESS:  City Hall, 114 North Broad Street, Salem, VA 24153

News in Salem

17

Jun

2021

Salem Businesses - Return to Earn Program

Virginia Career Works Blue Ridge is handlign the applications and submissions.

11

May

2021

Council Looks to Fill Vacant School Board Seat

Council to Hold Public Hearing on May 24 to Address School Board Vacancy.

20

Apr

2021

In-Person Job Fair Set For May 5 in Salem

Many businesses from the region will be in attendance.

1

Apr

2021

Salem Electric Dept. Earns National Honor

Electric Department was recognized for its impressive outage rate time that is 14 times less than the national average.

11

Jan

2021

I-81 Widening Meeting Set for Feb. 9

VDOT is hosting a virtual public hearing to discuss the widening of Interstate 81 to three lanes in Salem and Roanoke County. This expansion would apply to each direction along this 5.1 mile stretch. The virtual public hearing will take place on February 9, 2021 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.

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

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