Downtown Parking Control Specialist, Mike Neely, has been serving in his current role with the Salisbury Police Department since August 2000. He currently oversees the downtown district and monitors parking violations for the Parking Enforcement Division. Specialist Neely is also a member of the City’s Customer Service Team and the Salisbury Police Department's Morale Team.
FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION
The Parking Control Specialist is responsible for enforcing the parking laws designated for the downtown area, in addition to collecting payment for parking violations. Records are maintained by this position for all paid and unpaid violators. Unpaid violators are issued late notices and if violators continue to accumulate unpaid parking tickets, civil actions may be filed against these individuals. This process is overseen by the individual serving as the Parking Control Specialist. Currently, this position patrols the downtown service area on a Segway, to provide the most effective and expedient monitoring.
In addition to monitoring parking violations, this position is also responsible for daily, monthly, quarterly and yearly financial audits within the Records Division.
Parking Enforcement Division (Downtown)
The Parking Enforcement Division enforces parking in Salisbury's downtown area that consists of a nineteen block area and four City parking lots. All but one lot is monitored for overtime parking. 95% percent of the spaces in the downtown area have two hour time limits. The remaining parking is available in increments of fifteen minutes and designated for loading and unloading.