Civic Center Changes Due to COVID-19

You can count on us. Our City will continue to provide emergency response, public safety and other essential services, including water service to all customers.

Stay home. Stay healthy.  At the City of Salem, we're following the Governor's Executive Order of March 23, 2020 and hope you will too. Check the City's COVID-19 information center for all City service impacts.

Changes at the Civic Center (City Hall)

Building status

The City of Salem closed its limited in-person services at the Civic Center on Friday, July 17, 2020 due to the increasing number of new Coronavirus infections in our community and additional guidance provided by public health agencies earlier this week about limited indoor gatherings to no more than ten people. Salem will return to providing service to our community through our call-in, virtual, and electronic portals until further notice.

Other Administrative offices are closed to the public. You can contact us with questions.

The Municipal Court lobby and the Salem Police Department lobby are also closed to the public, but continue to serve our City.

Continuing services

 Many City services are available online including:

Where can I make a donation of supplies?

We are accepting donations of sanitizer, gowns, masks, gloves and water at our training station by the Salem Municipal Airport.  You can drop new supplies to 2742 25th Street SE