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Mandatory Water Restrictions »

Effective June 14, 2021, all non-essential outdoor water uses are prohibited until further notice. For full details,...

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LMVRC Upcoming Vaccination Clinic »

The Lower Merrimac Valley Regional Collaborative (LMVRC) will be having a vaccination clinic for children 12-15 years...

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FEMA Funeral Assistance Program »

On April 12th, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) began accepting applications for its Funeral Assistance...

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LMVRC Janssen Vaccine Press Release »

The Lower Merrimack Valley Regional Collaborative has been notified to pause use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine (...

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Longhill Cemetery Spring Clean-Up »

Per the Rules and Regulations of the Salisbury Cemetery Commission, certain personal items are not allowed on graves...

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Town Buildings Opening to the Public »

The Town of Salisbury is happy to announce that Town Hall, The Hilton Senior Center, Public Works, and the Library will...

On June 3, 2016, Governor Baker signed An Act to Improve Public Records into law. Many of the provisions in the new law took effect on January 1, 2017

For more information on the new version of the Public Records Law please see the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts website (Click here). If you have any questions, please contact the Public Records Division at 617-727-2832 or pre@sec.state.ma.us.

Click here: Town of Salisbury's Public Records Access Guidelines

Click here: Public Record Request Form

Pursuant to the Public Records Law, the Board of Selectmen has designated the following people as Records Access Officers:

Name

Melinda Morrison

Sgt. Timothy Hunter

Title

Town Clerk

Records Access Officer for the Police Department

Address

5 Beach Road, Salisbury, MA 01952

181 Beach Road, Salisbury, MA 01952

Phone

(978) 462-7591

978-465-3121

E-mail

townclerk@salisburyma.govthunter@salisburypolice.com

Summary of Town Meeting

The Town's legislative body is the Town Meeting. Salisbury has an open Town Meeting and registered voters assemble in May and October each year to vote in person on important Town business. This includes approving the budget, adopting and amending bylaws, making special appropriations and authorizing borrowing by the Town. 125 registered voters must be in attendance to have a quorum for a Town Meeting. For more information, click here.

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Driftway Improvement Project to Begin Soon »

A major project to upgrade Driftway, the street just to the north of the Beach Center, is about to begin.  During this...

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Welcome Center/Comfort Station Construction »

The new Confort Station and Welcome Center will provide fully accessible facilities, flexibly configured to provide...

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Bridge Road Water Main Project »

Approximately 8,600-linear feet of 12-inch Ductile Iron Cement Lined (DICL) water main, hydrants, water services and...

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Lafayette Road Sewer Project Updates »

The Lafayette Road/Main Street Sewer Project involves the installation of new sewer service along a significant portion...