The Department of Emergency Services encourages residents and businesses to secure loose objects that are outside. Be prepared for power outages due to downed power lines. Localized flooding is expected especially at times of high tide on Tuesday (August 4th) and early morning on Wednesday (August 5th). During the storm event, exercise caution when outside or driving. Flying debris will occur. Keep travel speeds down and use caution with high profile vehicles as wind gusts are unpredictable. Do not drive or walk into high or moving water. TURN AROUND—DON’T DROWN.
City Announces Additional Gathering Limitations
September 15, 2020 | Ivan Chikhale
Salisbury- In consideration of Wicomico County passing the 7% COVID positivity rate yesterday, spending the past eight days above 5%, and having the… READ MORE
3rd Friday Returns with Outdoor Shopping – Sept 18, 2020
September 11, 2020 | Cindy Chambers
Salisbury, MD: 3rd Friday is pleased to announce another night of socially-distanced shopping in Downtown Salisbury, on Friday, September 18,… READ MORE