Originally known as South Westbury, Salisbury (as it is known now) is a hamlet and a census-designated place (CDP) in Nassau County, on Long Island. The total land area in the CDP is 1.7 square miles (4.5 km2), 0.57% of which is water.
Salisbury is immediately bordered by New Cassel to the north, East Meadow to the south, Hicksville to the northeast, Levittown to the southeast, and by the Eisenhower Park to the west. Old Country Road forms a natural boundary on the north, Wantagh State Parkway defines the east boundary and Salisbury Park Drive defines the west and south borders of the hamlet.
Steward Avenue and Carman Avenue both serve as the main commercial roads passing through the commercial areas of the hamlet, also intersecting with each other, with Carman Avenue splitting into Carman Avenue Ext going northeast.
The Stan Ruppenthal Soccer Complex: East Meadow Field of Dreams is situated at the southeasternmost tip of the neighborhood. Nearby is the Salisbury Park Drive Ballfields at 2330 Salisbury Park Drive. Up ahead going north is the Gabriel Vitale Memorial Field along Carman Avenue.
Few schools serve the students in the neighborhood such as W. Tresper Clarke Middle School on 740 Edgewood Drive, Long Island Montessori School on 718 The Plain Road, and Bowling Green Elementary School on 2340 Stewart Ave. East Meadow School District is adjacent to Long Island Montessori School at the same address.
It is served by the Westbury Railroad Station of the Long Island Railroad and shares fire districts with Westbury and East Meadow.
Salisbury Coordinates: 40°44′43″N 73°33′34″W
We have a large service area that reaches as far as Levittown.