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City of Salem Releases Spring Street Sweeping Schedule

Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll today announced that spring street sweeping will begin on Salem’s entrance corridors on Tuesday, April 17 through... more ››


Collaborative for Hope

You’re invited to attend a community discussion about homelessness in Salem. We’ll share what we know about the homeless population in our... more ››


New City Hall Annex Opens at Noon on April 17

Salem's new City Hall Annex offices located at 98 Washington Street will open to the public at noon on Tuesday, April 17.


What’s Happening on Highland?

Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll and City Councillors Tim Flynn and Lisa Peterson invite you to a Highland Avenue neighborhood meeting on Monday,... more ››


SalemRecycles and The Bridge at 211 Partner to Host North Shore’s Third Repair Café

After two highly successful events in 2017, SalemRecyles will hold a third Repair Café on April 7th from 9am to noon at The Bridge at 211.


Yard Waste Drop-Off Resumes April 7 at Salem Transfer Station

Salem residents with proof of residency or property ownership will be able to resume dropping off their yard waste at the Salem Transfer... more ››


Salem Holds Electronic Waste Recycling Collection March 31

Salem residents with proof of residency can participate in the next electronic waste recycling collection event on Saturday, March 31.... more ››


City of Salem Announces Community Life Center Survey

As Salem’s Department of Park, Recreation, and Community services prepares to move into the new Mayor Jean A. Levesque Community Life... more ››


Call for Artists: 2018 Salem Mural Slam

The City of Salem is seeking artists to participate in a “Mural Slam”, a public art project to take place during the Salem Main Streets,... more ››


Student Government Day Sign-Up

The Salem Youth Commission invites Salem students ages 15-21 (or grades 10-12) to participate in the 42nd annual Student Government Day on... more ››


Salem City Hall Annex Offices Relocating April 17

Effective Tuesday, April 17, Salem’s City Hall Annex departments, as well as the public meeting rooms for board and committee meetings,... more ››


Salem Residents Survey Now Online Through April 6

Mayor Kimberley Driscoll today announced the ninth annual Salem Residents Survey is now online. The survey is available by clicking the “... more ››


289 Derby Street Park Update

The creation of the new waterfront park at 289 Derby Street consists of the following site work: installation of new paving, granite walls... more ››

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March 16 Deadline for Online Input on Bike Master Plan

March 16 Deadline for Online Input on Bike Master Plan


Salem Transfer Station Opening for Storm Clean-Up

Following the major storm of March 2-3, the Salem Transfer Station on Swampscott Road will be open for yard waste drop-off by Salem... more ››


Salem-Zagster Bike Share Relaunches March 1 After Successful First Season

The City of Salem and Zagster, Inc., with the support of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts and Salem State University, are proud to... more ››


Imagine Salem Issues Progress Report

One year after it launched, the Imagine Salem community visioning initiative has released a progress report outlining the key... more ››


Household Hazardous Waste Day in Beverly Open to Salem Residents

Since July 2009 the Cities of Salem and Beverly have partnered to offer each City’s residents the opportunity to participate in both a fall... more ››


Salem Public Art Commission Call for Performers

Mayor Kimberley Driscoll and the Salem Public Art Commission announce the Performer Series for Summer of 2018 in Artists’ Row and Derby... more ››


SalemRecycles Book Swap Returns March 17

Just in time for spring cleaning, SalemRecycles will hold another free book and media swap on Saturday, March 17, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. to 1... more ››