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Salisbury Completes Service Week


SALISBURY, Md.-The City of Salisbury conducted its first “Service Week” from July 14-18, focusing on the Princeton Homes and Presidents Area neighborhoods. The Department of Public Works, Salisbury Police Department, Salisbury Fire Department, Building Permits and Inspections, and Neighborhood Services & Code Compliance all participated.

The Salisbury Police Department performed “Knock & Talks” throughout the neighborhood and opened the Princeton Homes Substation welcoming residents to visit.

The Salisbury Fire Department knocked on doors offering free smoke alarm checks, distributing 52 alarms and replacing 47 batteries.

The Department of Neighborhood Services & Code Compliance evaluated properties for potential property maintenance issues and educated occupants of those possible concerns. The Department of Public Works performed a great deal of work in this area, ranging from cleaning storm drains to repairing sidewalks.

“I applaud the efforts of all of our departments as they work together to make neighborhoods better,” said Mayor James Ireton Jr. “We have made a difference in many ways in Princeton Homes. As we head toward Lincoln Avenue, and the area that reaches Snow Hill Road, we continue to be committed to a safer, better looking, and a more code compliant city.”

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