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Construction Notice

M2024-02 Project
N Sales Street (E Sixth Street – E Twelfth Street)

The M2024-02 Resurfacing Project will begin Monday June 10th, 2024. Traffic will be limited to residents and businesses within the construction limits only.  Project is scheduled to be completed by July 3rd, 2024.

Garbage will be picked up on the regular schedule.

Thank you for your cooperation during this construction project.

Construction Notice - M2024-02

M2024-02 Project
S Center Ave (Joe Snow Road- 3600 feet north)

The M2024-02 Resurfacing Project will begin Monday May 20th, 2024. Traffic will be limited to local traffic only. Thru traffic will be detoured on Hwy Q to STH 64 (Main Street)

Project is scheduled to be completed by June 14th.

Garbage, will be picked up on the regular schedule.

Thank you for your cooperation during this construction project.

Polling Place Relocation

Beginning with the August 13, 2024 Election, District 1 and District 8 voters will be voting at the Bierman Building, 303 N Sales Street, City of Merrill.

If voters have questions regarding this change, please contact the City Clerk’s office at 715-536-5594 or myvote.wi.gov.

The polling place change was approved by the City of Merrill Common Council at the May 14th, 2024 meeting.

The City of Merrill continues to provide quality service and integrity to voters and to the voting process.

More Clean Water, Less Pollution

We care about our environment. Help protect Merrill’s natural resources by keeping our lakes and rivers clean.

Stormwater runoff carries pollutants, such as dirt, oil, chemicals and fertilizers, directly into streams and rivers, where they harm water quality, fish, wildlife populations, kill native vegetation, and make recreational areas unsafe and unpleasant. When it rains or snow melts, water that doesn’t soak into the ground runs off into rivers and lakes. Read more and find out how you can make a difference.

Public Notice

Please take notice City of Merrill Code of Ordinances Section 14-36(b) declares lawns, grass and noxious weeds on non-agricultural lots or parcels of land which exceed eight inches of length affect public health and safety.

Code of Ordinances Section 14-34 defines noxious weeds and further delineates the duties of the owner or occupant of the property to remove the noxious weeds.

All property owners, or occupants are responsible for keeping their property areas, including boulevards, mowed and trimmed.

Failure to do so will result in mowing and trimming by the City and an assessment of costs which may result in an assessment on the property tax roll.