Board of Health Social Distancing Order »

On order of the Board of Health, the Salisbury Health Department will be working with the Police to enforce social...


Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates »

The Town of Salisbury has set up an informational page where the town will post useful information and updates on COVID...


Our Neighbors Table Food Pick-Up »

Our Neighbor's Table is still providing food pick-up by order for those who are food insecure. For instructions, please...

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COVID-19 Response Command Center Update »

The MEMA Response Command Center has issued an important and comprehensive update on the COVID-19 Massachusetts...


Remote Participation for Public Meetings »

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, Governor Baker issued an emergency Order on March 12, 2020,...


Resilient Ring's Island Road Improvement Project »

A public meeting relating to the MVP Action Grant for raising access/egress roads & culvert replacements on Ring's...

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

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:


Melinda Morrison

Sergeant Robert Roy


Town Clerk

Records Access Officer for the Police Department


5 Beach Road, Salisbury, MA 01952

181 Beach Road, Salisbury, MA 01952


(978) 462-7591



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.


Liberty Street Roadway Improvements »

The work of this project includes 700 LF of roadway reconstruction to improve the drainage conditions on Liberty Street...


Railroad Ave Project »

The Department of Public Works was successful in receiving town meeting funds to study the condition of the water,...


Water Main Project »

The Town of Salisbury's Department of Public Works will be undertaking the task of replacing the water main on the...