Community Shred "Drive-thru" Days Schedule
Shred Event and Food Drive
This free service is part of the Bank’s commitment to help in the fight against identity theft, while building community goodwill and helping our local food pantries in need. Our Community Shred "Drive-thru" Days take place during the months of May through October at our branches throughout the tri-state area and are open to all local residents and businesses.
For the safety of all participants and volunteers we've changed our Shred Day event format to "drive-thru", and established the following guidelines:
- Limit 4 bags / boxes per car (paper only; no binders)
- Must wear a facial cover / mask
- You will be guided to drop-off your boxes at the designated area to be shredded by Bank staff
- Stay in your car until you reach the drop-off point
- If you feel unwell, please stay home
Each person may visit any of the locations listed below from 9:00 a.m. to Noon.
Saturday, May 22nd – Dover Plains Branch, 5 Dover Village Plaza, Dover Plains, NY
Saturday, June 19th - Lakeville Branch, 5 Bissell Street, Lakeville, CT
Saturday, August 21st - Lakeville Branch, 5 Bissell Street, Lakeville, CT
Saturday, September 18th - Millerton Branch, 87 Main Street, Millerton, NY
Saturday, October 2nd - Sheffield Branch, 640 North Main Street, Sheffield, MA
Saturday, October 9th - Fishkill Branch, 701 Route 9, Suite 7, Fishkill, NY
Saturday, October 16th - Lakeville Branch, 5 Bissell Street, Lakeville, CT
There may be changes to our Community Shred "Drive-thru" Days schedule depending on current conditions. Please visit this page often for more up-to-date information.
Please consider participating in our food drive to help our neighbors in need by bringing non-perishable food and household items along with your items to shred!
For more information on protecting yourself against identity theft, visit salisburybank.com/protectid.
Below is a list of items acceptable / unacceptable for our Community Shred "Drive-thru" Days:
Paper (white or colored), file folders, checkbooks, staples and paper clips, and small quantities of plastics including ID cards and credit cards.
Hard drives, backup tapes, x rays, videos, cassettes, cd's, dvd's, hazardous material, syringes or needles, or any heavy metal objects such as nuts, bolts, or metal plates. Paper is flammable and mixing with anything that sparks like a battery or heavy metal is very dangerous.