Salisbury City Council

Salisbury City Council is the parish council for the City of Salisbury and is the most local level of government. Above the council are Wiltshire Council and Parliament. The city council was formed in April 2009 as part of the reorganisation of local government.

Salisbury City Council provides, among other things, the following services and facilities in Salisbury:
• Allotments
• Parks and playgrounds including parks community grant scheme
• Markets and fairs
• The Guildhall
• Bemerton Heath Centre
• Community development including community development grants and active Salisbury community coaching
• The crematorium and cemeteries
• Sports pitches.

The city council also promotes and represents the city’s interests with other councils, as well as with national and statutory bodies. Other services are provided by Wiltshire Council.

To find out more about us and what we do please explore the Salisbury City Council  website. If you cannot find what you are looking for please contact our offices on 01722 342860 or email  us at