Mayor Ireton

Mayor Ireton

Office of the Mayor
City of Salisbury, Maryland
125 N. Division Street, Room 304
Salisbury, Maryland 21801-4940

Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Phone: 410-548-3100
FAX: 410-548-3102
After Hours Emergency Number: 410-548-3165

 Click here to see the Message From the Mayor

Tom Stevenson
City Administrator
tstevenson@ci.salisbury.md.us

The City Administrator reports to the Mayor and is responsible for the daily management and administration of city policies and procedures. The City Administrator prepares the annual city budget, supervises special projects, handles complaints from the public, and advises the Mayor and City Council of any problems or concerns.

 

Terence Arrington
Assistant City Administrator
tarrington@ci.salisbury.md.us

Under the direction of the City Administrator, the Assistant City Administrator assists in the day-to-day operations of the City of Salisbury government. The Assistant City Administrator coordinates activities of departments; develops and administers policies, programs and projects; serves as the City Administrator’s chief assistant including acting as City Administrator in his/her absence. Additionally, the Assistant City Administrator assists with the development of the annual Capital Improvement Plan and the budget and provides oversight for collaborative partnership organizations for special projects and initiatives. Functioning  as Executive Assistant to the Mayor, the Assistant City Administrator also prepares grant applications and may administer grant funded programs.

 

MAYOR’S HOUSING INITIATIVES

For Affordable Housing Resource Listings, Click Here

Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development  -  Click Here

Tax Abatement Program – Administered by City Finance Department

This initiative was created to provide incentives for the conversion of rental property to owner occupied housing.  The property you are converting to owner-occupied family use must be located within the City limits; it has to have been used exclusively as a rental property for at least three years immediately prior to the conversion or is owned by a person or entity that rehabilitated the property after rental use for 3 consecutive years; you must be converting the property to an owner-occupied, family residence; and you must intend to occupy the home within one year of the date of closing.

City property taxes for the first five years of participation in the Program are abated in whole, then the tax is gradually phased in over a period of four years, at 20% per year, until the tenth year when property taxes will be due in full.

Apply at the City Finance Office, Room 103, Government Office Building, 125 N. Division Street, Salisbury, MD, 21801, phone (410) 548-3110.