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Notice if hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held on Tuesday, February 26th, 2019 in the Council Chambers at Merritt City Hall, located at 2185 Voght Street, Merritt, BC, with respect to a bylaw amendment.  Location of subject property:  1104 & 1132 Midday Valley Road, Merritt, BC. 

Click below to watch the February 12th, 2019 Regular Council Meeting. 

Join your Merritt FireSmart Coordinator for a FREE workshop to learn to use FireSmart principals and help motivate your neighbors to reduce our community's fire risk.  Click here for more information.

Please click here to review the  January 29, 2019 newsletter with hightlights from City Hall.

Please consult the Winter 2018 - 2019 Activity Guide for a full list of programs available. 

Click here to view the Activity Guide

The City of Merritt invites residents to complete the Business Licence Review Survey.

Dog Licence renewal notices have been sent out and a number of residents have expressed concern regarding the increased dog licencing fee.

The Chief Election Officer has declared the official election results for the 2018 General Local and School Election.  The following candidates have been elected:

Mayor: Linda A. Brown

Council: Adam Etchart, Tony Luck, Kurt Christopherson, Travis Fehr, Mike Bhangu, Melvina White

Jan 22, 2019
PUBLIC INPUT Ginny Prowal spoke regarding item 5.2 on the agenda, saying that she supports any and all tourist activities, but the issue for out of towners is knowing where to park.  She suggested putting up more parking signs and identifying their location...

Jan 8, 2019
PUBLIC INPUT Catherine Wayne, 2500 Reid Court, spoke in opposition to the development application at 4010 Walters Street.  Ms. Wayne said that she didn’t oppose development on the site generally, but did oppose this particular development.  She c...

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