Click Here for the 2016 Merritt Travel Guide

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What's new?

2016 Property Tax Notices have been mailed out the third week of May with a due date of July 4, 2016. If you have not received your property tax notice, please contact City Hall at 250-378-4224.

The City of Merritt would like to let residents know that the “Trap Neuter Return Project” is underway.

The 2016 Merritt Visitor Guide is now available online. Hard copies can be pick up from the Baillie House (2250 Voght Street) or British Columbia Visitor Centre (Junction Of Hwys 5 & 97C). 

 

We apologoze for the last tweny minutes of the council meeting. We had technical difficulties and lost the sound.

Property Tax Notices have been mailed out on Tuesday May 24, 2016. If you have not received your Tax Notice by May 27 please contact City Hall to have a notice printed. This year property taxes are due on July 4, 2016.

The City of Merritt is inviting and encouraging all interested citizens to attend the second round of Public Open Houses for the Parks/Trails, Recreation and Culture Master Plan at the Merritt Civic Centre, there are two opportunities to attend:
 

MERRITT – If you are a transit users in Merritt, you have the opportunity to help shape the future of bus service in your community.

Communities in B.C. with Populations between 2,000 and 10,000, Merritt is the Sixth Fastest Growing

The City of Merritt receives federal Gas Tax Fund contribution for Water Treatment Upgrades.

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