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A Public Hearing will be held on Tuesday, August 27th, 2019 at 7:00 in the Council Chambers at City Hall, to allow the public to provide input regarding a proposed Zoning Bylaw Amendment that would remove the maximum cap of four (4) retail cannabis stores in the City.

WHAT:     2019 Nicola Valley Rodeo Parade
WHEN:    August 31, 2019 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
WHERE:  Canford Avenue to Quilchena Avenue to Charters Street
WHY:       Rodeo Parade

This notice is to inform the public that Council for the City of Merritt will be considering the adoption of four (4) bylaws related to business licencing at the August 27, 2019 Regular Council Meeting.  To see the full notice, cl

The City of Merritt has issued an information release to notify residents about increased watering restrictions, which take effect during the week of July 29th, 2019.  Please click the link to access the information rele

WHAT:     Merritt Summer Nights Market & Car Show
WHEN:     every Friday night – 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm  July 19th – August 30th
WHERE:   2000-2100 Block of Granite Avenue

The City of Merritt Public Works department will be performing a sewer flushing program in Sector 1 (see the map attached - all homes North of the Nicola River), starting on July 8th, 2019 until August 30th, 2019.  The cleaning and inspection

Aug 13, 2019
PUBLIC INPUT Ginny Prowal of 2070 Aspen Street, spoke to item 8.1 on the agenda, the Council Remuneration Bylaw.  She described the special role of Mayor and Council and mentioned that there are many other people who provide great amounts of volunteer t...

Jul 23, 2019
PUBLIC INPUT Bob Wilson spoke on 7.2 (Traffic on Grimmet & Voght), in favour of a traffic light controlled intersection. He would also be in favour of that at Nicola & Voght. He also spoke on 9.3 (Council remuneration), in support of Council having a r...

Jul 9, 2019
PUBLIC INPUT Nil   GENERAL MATTERS - Delegations and Recognitions   Red Dress Project; Ingrid Roughed, NV...

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