Salisbury, Wicomico County release detailed Roadmap to Recovery plan

Salisbury, Md. – On Friday, Mayor Jake Day announced that the City of Salisbury and Wicomico County have partnered to publish the Salisbury-Wicomico Roadmap to Recovery, a compendium of information and resources relevant to the reopening of the State of Maryland.

The 49-page guide, which you can access by clicking here, gives point-for-point explanations of the rules and metrics established under the first phase of Governor Hogan’s plan, as well as provides easy-to-understand guidelines for businesses that are eligible and ready to reopen.

“Over the past 10 weeks, the City and County, as well as the cities of Fruitland, Delmar, and Hebron, and our friends at GSC, SACC, and SWED have been in constant communication about the process of reopening, and moving our communities forward,” said Mayor Day. “This document is a step in that process of getting back to business, and getting our economy back on-track.”

The Salisbury-Wicomico Roadmap to Recovery is available for free, and is a joint service of City and County leadership.

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