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Salisbury to Provide City Services to Residents

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SALISBURY, Md. - Next week multiple Salisbury departments will be providing a saturation of city services in the areas of Buena Vistas Avenue to Washington Street and over to Snow Hill Avenue.

Between October 20 and October 24, The City of Salisbury Department of Neighborhood Services & Code Compliance, the Salisbury Police Department, the Salisbury Fire Department, the Department of Public Works and the Department of Building Permits & Inspections will educate property owners and residents about property maintenance codes and available city services and provide smoke detectors to those in need.

The Department of Public Works will be performing street sweeping, tree trimming, water and sewer cleaning and inspections, sewer flushing and spraying weeds with the weed busters program. The Salisbury Police Department's Princeton Avenue Substation will remain open to the public during this effort.

“This effort continues our work in the areas between College Avenue and Snow Hill Road,” Mayor Jim Ireton said. “Public Works is cleaning and maintaining streets, Salisbury Fire Department is making residences safer for citizens, the police are engaging in community policing initiatives, and Neighborhood Services is improving the quality of our housing stock. We build on the tremendous effort of the last saturation in Princeton Homes, which made it possible for us to identify street lights that needed fixing, potholes in streets, houses that were vacant and unregistered, and quite a few vehicles that hadn't moved in a long time. We appreciate citizens opening their doors and partnering with us in our efforts to increase the quality of the health and safety of our citizens.”

Any questions can be directed to Susan Phillips, the director of Neighborhood Services and Code Compliance, at (410) 341-9550.

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