City Spooktacular Monster Mash on Friday, October 25, 2013

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Water is a precious commodity – please don’t waste it!!  The City of Merritt watering restrictions this season will run from May 1st to September 30th.

Work is approximately 95% complete on the project. Utilities have been laid in place and final hook-ups will be completed shortly.

Keep an eye out on Nicola Avenue for the rest of today. (March 30) City Council is busy again working on their commitment to the Adopt-A-Road program. Their stretch of the road runs from the 7-11 on Nicola Ave. all the way to Douglas St.

Notice is hereby given that the City of Merritt intends to dispose of an interest in land, being the entering into of a lease for the Merritt Tennis Facility, known as  a portion of (Lot 2, Plan 29664, District Lot 174, Kamloops Division, PID #006-201-728), with the Merritt Tennis Club for a term

You must put your residential garbage after 5am on the scheduled day of pickup. The bylaw was changed in March to reduce human-bear conflict.

The traffic lights on the corner of Quilchena Avenue and Garcia Street are currently flashing red all four ways. Please treat this intersection as if it is a 4 way stop until the traffic lights are back in working order. Estimated time of the repair is 2-3 weeks.

Supporting and promoting economic growth is a primary community focus. Learn more about the business opportunities available in Merritt and access information on available industrial and commercial land, existing businesses and other useful statistics and facts.

Mar 10, 2015
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