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What's new?

On Saturday, May 12 from 9am to 3pm, a Household Hazardous Waste Round-Up will be held at the Merritt Civic Centre parking lot. Residents will be able to dispose of household hazardous waste safely and for free. Residential hazardous waste only.

Please consult the Spring/Summer 2018 Activity Guide for a full list of programs available.  

Click here to view the Activity Guide

Drop-In Sessions in 2018 with Mayor Menard are scheduled for the following dates in the second quarter:

Spring has arrived and the City of Merritt will be celebrating by bringing out the street sweepers!  Weather permitting, crews will commence a City-wide street sweeping program running from March 19th, 2018 to April 2nd, 2018.  Thank you for your patience.

The Citizen Budget Consultation is up and running. 
 
Check it out at http://merritt.citizenbudget.com/  It will be available until late March, 2018.

The City of Merritt is beginning their budget deliberations for 2018 – 2022 and wants your input.   To be an active participant in the budget process attend the meetings or follow the process on our website.  

Interested in performing for Music in the Park 2018? 

The Music in the Park Application Form Available HERE

 

The City of Merritt has struck a number of committees tasked with providing Council with information and recommendations on a wide variety of issues.  Members serving on committees are volunteers from the community, seeking to make a difference. 

The semi-annual City of Merritt residential utility invoices were mailed in October.  The due date to receive the 10% discount is November 30, 2017.  Invoices unpaid at December 31, 2017 will be transferred to the property tax account. 

The City of Merritt was recently advised by the TNRD, that some curbside recycling containers were contaminated with items that are not permitted in the recycling containers, such as yard waste i.e. leaves, twigs etc. - this contaminated the entire bin container load.
 

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