Welcome to New Salem!

This Institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Want to pay your water bill online?  Go to www.newsalempayments.com

Want to sign up for AUTOPAY?  Call the City Office to get enrolled!  701-843-7828

2023 Quality Water on Tap Report


   

 

New Salem is excited to bring more informtion to you

............right at your fingertips!!!

If you have information that you would like added to city website, go to "contact us" and email the city auditor. 

 


CONSTRUCTION UPDATES

We are still waiting on final approval from the USDA on the 2024 Priority 6 project.  No bids have been accepted.  Stay tuned for additional information coming soon.


 

 

Travel the "other" FREEway.............

Why are you driving down the interstate?  Well, get off the interstate and travel Historic Old Red Trail/ U.S. Old Highway Ten.  Visit the Old Red Trail's website to learn more about the museums, wildlife, shopping, scenery and much more on this amazing highway!

  www.oldredoldten.com

 



The City of New Salem Will Soon Ask for Your Help!

 

The State of North Dakota is working to get the lead out of the state’s drinking water pipes and the City of New Salem and its residents are being called upon to help.

 

New Salem is working with AE2S, an engineering consultant, to determine if there is lead in any of the public water infrastructure that delivers water to properties. We will soon ask for your help to identify whether your home or business has lead pipes. It will be a simple test and survey that will take less than 10 minutes to complete. If lead is found within New Salem’s public pipes or private property, we will work with the State of North Dakota to seek funding to remove and replace lead infrastructure.

 

Please look for a letter in February 2024 with information about testing your pipe and completing the survey. We need everyone’s assistance to accomplish this important task! The City of New Salem is committed to partnering with the community to ensure our water is lead-free.

 

Funding for this project is provided through a contractual agreement between the North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality Drinking Water State Revolving Fund and AE2S.