News & Announcements

COVID-19 Testing Information

With all of the constant changes with COVID-19 we wanted to send out an up to date list of where an individual can get testing for COVID-19 in Salem County (not including some Primary Care Physicians that will test their current patients).

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2020 Leaf Pickup Schedule

October 21st through December 16th. Leaves will be picked up from the curb on the following days of the week. If route is not completed, it will be finished the next day, time and weather permitting.

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Q & A On Property Maintenance

In an effort to address the recent statements and concerns about the conditions of some of the properties in the City, we have put together the following Q and A.

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Statement from Mayor Charles Washington Jr. and Executive Order #20-01

We the leaders of Salem City wish to acknowledge the horrific act involving the killing of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis. We detest brutality and discrimination of any sort especially when committed by police officers entrusted with the safety and well-being of others sworn to protect and to serve.

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2020 Census Update

The results of the 2020 Census will help determine how hundreds of billions of dollars of federal funding flow into communities each year for the next decade.

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COVID-19 Economic Relief Opportunities

To All City of Salem Businesses and Residents: The current pandemic of the Corona Virus (COVID-19) has created disruption to our lives and the economy. The City of Salem has and will continue to remain apprised to all financial opportunities that have and will become...

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Important RECYCLING Reminders

Attention Salem City Residents – Effective Immediately Please be attentive to the following: No recycling materials are to be put in plastic bags of any color or size. Recycling materials must be placed in an open container such as a trash can that can be dumped into...

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The 2020 Census

The 2020 Census counts every person living in the 50 states, District of Columbia, and five U.S. territories.

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2020 Fire Safety Sheet

Did you know that home fires are the sixth leading cause of death among seniors? Or that each year there are nearly 360,000 structural fires, resulting in over 2,500 deaths? Learn some simple steps that each of us can take to protect ourselves and our loved ones from the disaster of home fires.

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