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

News in Salem

21

May

2020

May 21 Road Closures Due to Heavy Rain

18

May

2020

Information for May 19 City Council Election

Election Day is May 19. All precincts will be voting at the Salem Civic Center from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the Community Room area. We will have folks outside to help direct voters.

15

May

2020

City Council Stands With Citizens and Businesses

13

May

2020

Keep Your Water Pure As Virginia Reopens

Make sure your water supply is ready to reopen.

14

Apr

2020

Council Extends Due Dates for Taxes

An emergency ordinance to extend the due date for certain taxes as a result of the pandemic disaster.

3

Apr

2020

Salem Announces New Park Restrictions

Basketball courts, Moyer Skate Park and PLaygrounds are now closed. 

27

Mar

2020

Council Approves Ordinance for Public Hearings

27

Mar

2020

40th Chance Crawford Tourney Cancelled

Tournament has generated over $800,000 for local charities in 39 years.

26

Mar

2020

Parks & Rec Cancellations Through May 17

All events have been cancelled through May 17.

17

Mar

2020

Small Businesses Encouraged to Take Survey

The COVID-19 pandemic is creating concern from our small businesses in the region. Below you will find a brief survey that will allow the SBSD to collect data on the impact COVID-19 is having on business revenue and employment in Virginia.

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