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Merced Youth Council Taking Applications

The Merced Youth Council is now accepting applications for three open positions on the body. Applications are available from Youth Council members, from local high schools and online.

The Merced City Council recognized the Merced Youth Council at the Aug. 18 meeting. The Youth Council members will monitor City Council agendas and meetings for items of interest to Merced’s youth, work with the City Council to meet youth needs and wants and act as a liaison between the youth and the City Council.


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Mercy Gulch Days
Mercy Gulch Days September 12th - 14th 2014. Click the poster below for more information.



Mercy Gulch Days - Blue Devil Dash

Unfortunately, the Mercy Gulch Days Blue Devil Dash has been cancelled. The scheduled road closures in Downtown neighborhoods will not go into effect.

Housing Department Surveys

The City of Merced is asking for your input in setting future goals and programs to better serve the community through the Housing Department. Please rate each program or activity below based on what you feel is the level of need for your community. Thank You!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5RM5LJ5 (ConPlan Survey- English)
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Q58YC5F (ConPlan Survey- Spanish)
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/C5ZYMSV (ConPlan Survey- Hmong)

We are requesting your input on the opportunities and / or problems associated with obtaining quality and affordable housing within the City of Merced. Please take a few minutes to fill out this online survey. Thank You!

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5MVXDCP (AI English)
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WLRTLKZ (AI Spanish)
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/J7XLRWP (AI Hmong)



REQUEST FOR INTEREST: McNamara Park Community Center
Merced is seeking a qualified non-profit group or organization to operate and provide programming primarily for youth at the McNamara Park Community Center. The City will provide the use of the building at no cost to the provider, and will pay up to $7,500 a year in utility costs. More...
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Water conservation updates

Outdoor water use is about 70% of water use per capita. So let’s all pitch in and help save by reducing our outdoor watering. Our new schedule is as follows:

  • Addresses ending in Even #’s (0, 2, 4, 6, 8) Water on Tuesday & Saturday
  • Addresses ending in Odd #’s (1, 3, 5, 7, 9) Water on Wednesday & Sunday

(The schedule listed in the City June newsletter that went out to homes with the utility bill at the beginning of the month was in error. )

  • Watering early in the morning is best, but be sure to finish up by 9 a.m. or water in the evening after 9 p.m.
  • No watering on Monday, Thursday, or Friday.
  • Remember to turn it off when it rains.

To report water waste call 385-6800.



Cap & Town Festival
The City of Merced presents the Sixth annual Cap & Town Festival in honor of all Merced area graduates. The streets of historic Downtown Merced will be transformed into a celebration of food, family and fun on Friday, May 16, 2014. Come out and meet the unique vendors, grab a bite to eat, dance the night away and watch a live dance performance or concert from the various local dance troupes and bands.
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Summer Swim Lesson Program 2014
The City of Merced Recreation Dept. will begin its annual summer swim lesson program beginning June 9, 2014. Registrations begin May 5, 2014. The cost is $10 per session.
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Open Government is Good Government



Join the City of Merced on Thursday, March 20th at 7:00 p.m. as they celebrate Sunshine Week.

Don't miss this interactive panel presentation about the importance of access to public information and what it means to you and your community.


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News ImageTown Hall Meeting at Tenaya Middle School
Your Merced City Council will be holding a Special Town Hall Meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 12, 2014 at Tenaya Middle School to view presentations on the P.U.L.S.E. and Cease Fire programs. Come out and learn more about these important community programs.

This is also a great opportunity for residents to ask questions, voice their concerns, or promote their event. While regular City Council meetings restrict Council Members from responding to or discussing issues that are brought up by community members, Town Hall meetings are more informal, allowing Council Members to engage with the public.

Spanish and Hmong interpreters will be on-hand at the meeting to provide their services to those residents who would like to hear the meeting translated.

If you will require special accommodations, or have questions about the event, contact the City Clerk's Office at 209-385-6834 or cityclerk@cityofmerced.org
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Downtown Area Survey Report
The Downtown Area Survey Report is available for viewing. The Survey was independently conducted by the Alliance for Community Research and Development. Please direct questions regarding the report to Octavio Valencia at ovalencia@acrd.us or (209) 724-0973.

Click here to view the report.

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News ImageMerced’s Hometown Christmas Parade
Active 20-30 Club of Merced #53 presents "Christmas on the Silver Screen" Merced's 19th Annual Hometown Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 7, 2013. Check-In begins at 1:15 P.M. and the Parade starts at 3:00 P.M. Sponsored by City of Merced, Educational Employees Credit Union and Scholle Packaging.

Immediately following the Christmas Parade the Merco Credit Union Community Christmas Tree will be lit and the Breakfast Lions will provide hot chocolate and cookies.

Click for more information and to download the Parade Application

Click here to download Vendor Applications

For more information e-mail christmasparade@merced2030.com or call 209-658-5617.
( Christmas Parade Application Packet 2013 )

GIS Day Event in Merced


As part of Geography Awareness Week, the City of Merced is hosting an open house GIS Day event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19th in the Sam Pipes Room in the Merced Civic Center.

The event will feature GIS demonstrations by City departments, Merced Irrigation District, Merced County Association of Governments, UC Merced SpARC Center and the Merced Visitor’s Center. This event is open to the public.

There will also be a Map Gallery on display the entire month of November in the first floor lobby of the Civic Center. This annual display of maps and information has always been popular with visitors.

Sponsored by: City of Merced and CentralCal URISA



Special Meetings Set On The Budget
The Merced City Council will be holding four special meetings to discuss the budget during the month of May. The budget review sessions will be held at 6 p.m. May 13, 14, 22 and 29 in the Merced Civic Center, 678 W. 18th St.
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GIS and Frontiers of Knowledge
The third annual California Geographic Information Association Geospatial Summit Series will be held Friday, April 5 at the UC Merced California Room. The event is free, but registration is required at http://communityresearch.ucmerced.edu/ .
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Supreme Court ruling favors City
The State Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the City of Merced in a case dealing with a planned Wal-Mart Distribution Center. The State Supreme Court has decided not to hear an appeal of a Fifth District Court of Appeal decision that found no problems with the City’s Environmental Impact Report (EIR) on the project.
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Merced Emergency Notification System
The improved Merced County Emergency Notification System (ENS) will allow residents throughout the county alternate ways of being contacted during an emergency, such as cell phones, business phones, home phones, emails, text messages or hearing impaired receiving devices. More importantly, individuals can choose how they will be notified and in what preference order. Click here to read the full press release


View Council meetings online from home
The City Council meetings can now be viewed online, along with being seen on cable Channel 96. In addition, earlier Council meetings are archived. View them here.

Workshop helps small businesses
Local businesses can learn how to sell their goods and services to local government agencies at an upcoming free workshop Thursday, May 17. “Building Local Partnerships” is being organized by a variety of local government agencies. Click here to read more


Spring Clean Up is coming in April!
Spring Clean Up will be held April 14, 15, 21, and 22. Click to read the Spring Cleanup 2012 Flyer

G Street Construction

G Street opened to through traffic on Dec. 3 following a Community Celebration and Pedestrian Preview of the underpass project.. For more information click here. To see the finishing work being done on the project click the links below.

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Interested in helping with the water plan?
The City is looking for community and business representatives to serve on the Regional Advisory Committee for the Merced Integrated Regional Water Management Plan. Click here.

Vendor Satisfaction Survey
Please take a moment to take our vendor satisfaction survey, by clicking on this link:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/7W3S6CF



2011 Downtown Christmas Parade Application
The Active 20-30 Club of Merced, along with Merced Irrigation District, invite you to participate in its 17th Annual Hometown Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 3rd, 2011.
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City responds to High Speed Rail EIR
The City of Merced has commented on the Environmental Impact Report on the Merced to Fresno line that was issued by the California High Speed Rail Authority.
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Disaster plan needs your help.
Take the quick survey at this link and help the City create a plan to prepare for disasters. click here:

Disruption of City Web Page
NOTICE: City Website Will be disrupted.
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City announces layoffs

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Police Host Free Car Seat Inspections
The Merced Police Department's Traffic Division is hosting a free child car seat safety inspection event. In conjunction with the nationally recognized The Week of the Young Child, the MPD is participating in the Merced County Office of Education's "Day At The Park" event on Saturday, April 16th, from 11:00am - 3:00pm to conduct the inspections.


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Take our survey
Click on this link to tell us your City budget priorities.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TJJKPCZ
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Heavy runoff possible -- sand, sandbags available
sand bags

The National Weather Service says there is a potential for heavy rain from the series of storms expected through Thursday. The ground is already saturated from previous rains, and the NWS says runoff could be heavy. It is warning residents in flood-prone areas to prepare for more runoff.

The City of Merced has stockpiled sand and bags for the use by City residents. The sand is available 24-7 at the locations below. There is no staff at the locations. Residents should bring their own shovels and be prepared to load the sand into their vehicles. To obtain sandbags...
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Yes, we're open!
it starts here Pardon our mess. A portion of Downtown along W. 18th Street is currently under construction. During that time all shops are open for business. Parking is still available in more than 10 free parking lots.

Come eat, shop, watch, listen and stay. We will be happy to have you for a visit.

Ideas Wanted for Downtown Park Project

downtown park
The City of Merced is seeking ideas from families, youth and seniors and other residents for the creation of a Downtown park. A meeting to consider the City Center Commons project will be held during the Downtown Steering Committee Monday, March 14, at 7 p.m. in the Sam Pipes Room of the Civic Center, 678 W. 18th St.

The public can also share their ideas for the project at the Redevelopment Advisory Committee meeting at noon Tuesday, March 15, in the Sam Pipes Room...


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Judge sides with City in Wal-Mart case
The City of Merced complied with all of the California Environmental Quality Act requirements when it approved the proposed Wal-Mart Distribution Center, according to the judge who reviewed the case. Read his opinion here...
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Spring Clean Up 2011
spring cleanup 2011

The City of Merced’s Annual Spring Clean-Up is just around the corner. On April 2-3 and April 9-10, from 6:30 AM to 2:30 PM, residential refuse customers can drop off discards at any one of the four Spring Clean Up site. Please see the attached PDF for additional information including a list of Do/Do-Not bring items, and maps of locations...


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Downtown Businesses Open During Construction
18th street resurfacingThe section of 18th Street between N and G streets is undergoing resurfacing and reconstruction that will transform that section of the downtown. The businesses along 18th Street, and in the surrounding area, are open. Directional signs are in place to guide patrons to the stores and nearby parking.

Please pardon our dust and keep shopping at these local businesses...

( Map of 18th Street Resurfacing )
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Neighborhood Watch Program/Crimemapping.com
For more information on the Neighborhood Watch Program or to set up a program, leave a message at 385-6835. To learn about the Crimemapping.com program and find out about crimes in your neighborhood click here:
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New Recycling Guidelines

recycle logoMerced residents have been great at recycling and carefully checking what goes into the blue container. Unfortunately, the kinds of items that can be recycled has changed. Please click here to see what goes into the blue container and what goes into the trash.

Click here for the new recycling guidelines.

Merced Police Keeping Citizens Informed
online crime mapping The Merced Police Department has a new tool to help people stay informed and help fight crime in their neighborhoods. The site allows users to view crime activity near their home or anywhere else in Merced.
Click here for more information.
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SummerFest continues with Summer fun!
SummerFest continues to fill the Downtown with fun on Thursday nights. The popular street faire/entertainment festival/farmer’s market will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. through Sept, 2. Created by the City of Merced last year, D magazine has taken over the operation of the event this year.
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Surplus sale this month
City surplus sale this month.
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Parks/Rec Online Registration
Please open the link below to acces the Parks and Community Services online registration

https://recreationonline.cityofmerced.org/
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High Speed Rail
High Speed Rail
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Cap and Town Applications
2010 Cap and Town applications.
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Homelessness Committee
Homlessness Committee
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Census Information
How the 2010 census benefits your community.
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Neighborhood Watch Program
For more information on the Neighborhood Watch Program or to set up a program, leave a message at 385-6835.

Sandbag Info
Sandbag Info
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Special Meeting Cancelled
Special Meeting Cancelled
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News ImageSummerFest

The City of Merced presents the first annual Downtown Merced SummerFest. The streets of historic Downtown Merced will be transformed into a celebration of food, family and fun on Thursday, June 18, 2009 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. The first annual Downtown Merced SummerFest is a great way to kick –off the summer. Come out and meet the unique vendors, pick up some fresh produce, eat and listen to free music.

Downtown Merced SummerFest will offer a family friendly atmosphere where you can relax and enjoy yourself on a Thursday evening. Food vendors will be selling tasty treats but if you have something else in mind, our Downtown restaurants will be sure to satisfy your palate. Don’t forget to bring the kids because there will be plenty of kid friendly activities from jump houses to video games. This is an all ages event so bring the whole family downtown; there will be something there for everyone.

Location: The Heart of the City, Bob Hart Square

Time: 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Dates: June 18, 2009
June 25, 2009
July 9, 2009
July 16, 2009
July 30, 2009
August 6, 2009
August 13, 2009
August 20, 2009


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Govlink Conference 2009
Govlink Conference 2009
Oct. 20-21, 2009
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WiFi for Downtown Area
WiFi for Downtown Area
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CAP&TOWN FESTIVAL
CAP&TOWN FESTIVAL
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Surplus Sale info

Start shopping for Father’s Day this month at the City of Merced’s semi-annual Surplus Property Sale. There are all sorts of items available for bid that will send that "I Love You" message to that special Dad.

There are TVs to bid on, DVD players, and lots of comfy chairs. And for that handy Dad, there are several pallets of "small engine parts," "wastewater treatment goods" or "police car goods." If you really want to impress Dad, bid on the nine cans of Sikaflex sealant. You know he will give you a warm "thank you" even if he doesn’t know what to do with it.

Or you can go the traditional Dad route and bid on the pool table, the hoops game or air compressor that ever father needs.

There are also a variety of cars and pickups available. Before the vehicles can be registered, the winning bidders must get smog certificates.

There are lots of computers and laptops, but all of them are missing hard drives for security reasons. Scanners, printers and monitors also are available.

A bid packet listing the 198 lots up for sale is available at the City Purchasing Office. It is also on the City’s website, www.CityofMerced.org , listed under the Public Information.

Most of the property may be inspected at the Purchasing Office, 2525 O St, between 9 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.

All items are sold "as is" and there is no warranty or guarantee on the items. Bidders are expected to inspect the items before submitting a bid. Proposals will be accepted until 10 a.m. Thursday, May 28 at the Purchasing Office. In most case winners must pick up their equipment within 14 days. Payment must be made in cash, cashier’s check or money order. No personal checks. Additional details are available at the Purchasing Office.

For additional information on the sale contact Pam Whala at 385-6833


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Special Meeting Cancelled
Special Meeting Cancelled
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H1N1 (Swine Flu)

H1N1 (Swine Flu)


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Purchasing Workshop

Local businesses can learn how to sell their goods and services to local government agencies at an upcoming workshop Wednesday, May 6. There is no charge to attend.

"How to Do Business with Merced Public Agencies and Institutions" is being organized by the University of California, Merced and the Greater Merced Chamber of Commerce.

Representatives from the City of Merced, the County of Merced, Merced Union High School District, Merced County Office of Education and Merced College will be on hand to explain the process involved in landing government contracts.

The session will be from 8 to 11:30 a.m. at the boys and Girls Club of Merced, 615 W. 15th St. A continental breakfast is provided. Registration will begin at 8 a.m., with the presentations starting at 9 a.m. Business owners will be able to meet with the purchasing agents starting at 10:15 a.m.

To preregister for the workshop, go to https://bfs.ucmerced.edu/forms/PurchaseForm.aspx?id=94.


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Special Meeting Notice
Special Meeting Notice
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Special Meeting Notice
Special Meeting Notice
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Special Meeting Notice
Special Meeting Notice
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Notice of Special Meeting
Notice of Special Meeting
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Meeting Cancelled
MEETING CANCELLATION
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Special meeting set
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
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Graffiti Hotline
The City recently hired Environment Compliance Resources to wipe out graffiti on City Property. To report graffiti, please call (209) 761-0954 or (209) 385-8807.

If you see a graffiti vandal in action, please call 911.

For more information on graffiti vandals click here: or graffiti removal click here:
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Recreation classes online
Community Services
New Online Registration

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Amgen Tour of California
Amgen Tour of California coming to Merced Feb. 18
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NOTICE OF ADJOURNMENT-AIRPORT AUTHORITY
NOTICE OF ADJOURNMENT-AIRPORT AUTHORITY
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Mortgage help
MORTGAGE HELP
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CITY SURPLUS SALE
CITY SURPLUS SALE
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COMMUNITY MEETING
COMMUNITY MEETING
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Merced bike paths
MERCED BIKE PATHS
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PEDAL MERCED

Pedal Merced, a family bicycle fest, will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 12 along Merced's bike paths. The 10 mile ride will be a fundraiser for Merced ComVIP, United Way and other community groups.

The event begins and ends at Merced High School. See the flier below or go to http://www.pedalmerced.org/ to register or for more information.


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NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
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RECENT ORDINANCES
RECENT ORDINANCES
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News ImageSLOW FOR THE CONE ZONE
This year, in an effort to increase awareness and save lives on California highways, Caltrans is trying to reach more California drivers than ever before with its “Slow for the Cone Zone” campaign messages. Due to increased funding this summer, highway construction will occur more frequently than usual, and we request your assistance in helping us alert California drivers to slow down in cone zones.

http://www.slowfortheconezone.com/
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SPECIAL MEETING NOTICE
Notice and Call of Special Meeting of the City Council of the City of Merced for July 17, 2008.
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08-09 City budget online

If you would like to view the budget, please use the link below.

Please visit:
http://www.cityofmerced.org/depts/city_budget/city_budget_08_09/default.asp


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MERCED OPENING COOLING CENTER TUESDAY
Merced opening Cooling Center Tuesday
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OFFICES CLOSED JULY 4th
Holiday closure
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SPECIAL MEETING NOTICE
Notice and Call of Special Meeting for the Merced City Council on July 7, 2008
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MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT SURVEY

You will be leaving www.CityofMerced.org

This survey is conducted by Department of Communication at the University of Texas, San Antonio.

The survey results will be used by the City to improve our Web site and provide better access to services. The City of Merced will not receive any personal information about participants.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=Z_2fV7ztB1sDWShQQVdzRzqg_3d_3d

Our provision of this link does not imply approval, warrant the accuracy of any information, or endorse any opinions expressed on any outside Web site.


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SURPLUS SALE
SURPLUS SALE
http://www.cityofmerced.org/services/bids_n_rfps/bids.asp
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PRELIMINARY BUDGET 08-09
http://www.cityofmerced.org/depts/city_budget/preliminary_budget_08_09/default.asp
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PW OPEN HOUSE & CAR SHOW
Come Celebrate with Us!
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REFUSE RATES INCREASE
Proposed Refuse Rate Increase
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CPC AGENDA ITEM
CPC AGENDA ITEM

http://www.cityofmerced.org/civica/filebank/blobdload.asp?BlobID=6155


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2008 STATE OF THE CITY
2008 STATE OF THE CITY
Merced 2008 State of the City Presentation
http://www.cityofmerced.org/state_of_the_city/2008/StateoftheCity2008.htm
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Gang Prevention Info
Please visit out new MercedComVip.org website to learn more about the steps being taken by the city to reduce and education people about Gang Prevention!
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MLK Jr. Trash Schedule
Trash on regular schedule for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, January 21st.
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SANDBAG MATERIALS
SANDBAG MATERIALS

http://www.cityofmerced.org/civica/press/display.asp?layout=1&Entry=122
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REFUSE HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
REFUSE HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
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MORTGAGE HELP
Mortgage Help
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CITY SURPLUS SALE
CITY SURPLUS SALE
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EMPLOYER SPOTLIGHT
City of Merced is the October 2007 "Spotlight Employer" for UC Merced.
City Staff will visit the UC Campus on October 10th, 2007 to showcase what Merced has to offer. In addition to the information on employment with the City of Merced for UC Students the City wants to highlight the activities and facilities available to the members of our community.
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CITY OPEN HOUSE
The City of Merced will host its sixth annual "City Open House" at the Merced Civic Center on Thursday, September 20, from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.
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COOLING CENTER

MERCED - With temperatures expected to climb into triple digits this summer, the City of Merced is prepared to open a cooling center to give...
( HEAT SAFETY )
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SOUTH MERCED FINAL EIR

South Merced Draft EIR


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SPRING CLEAN UP
SPRING CLEAN UP
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2007 STATE OF THE CITY
Merced 2007 State of the City Presentation
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HOLIDAY FIRE SAFETY TIPS
HOLIDAY FIRE SAFETY TIPS
The Merced City Fire Department would like to wish your family a safe and happy holiday season --Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza, New Years--is a prime time for residential fires. The following holiday fire safety information is being offered to help ensure that your family will be safe.

http://www.cityofmerced.org/depts/fire/education_n_safety/seasonal/holiday_safety_tips_.asp
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Road closures
Up to date road closure news!
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WATER CONFIDENCE REPORT

Water Consumer Confidence Report Click Here


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FORUM ON VIOLENCE
FORUM ON VIOLENCE
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EXTREME HEAT SAFETY

City of Merced opening ‘cooling center’

MERCED - The City of Merced is opening a cooling center where seniors, the elderly and the infirmed can find refuge from the searing heat wave sweeping the state.

The center will be open from noon to 9 p.m. Wednesday through Friday.

The Valley is forecast to experience triple digit temperatures over the next three days. Health officials stress that drinking plenty of fluids and staying in air-conditioned buildings help prevent heat-related illnesses.

The City Parks and Community Service staff will staff the cooling center. The schedule for the cooling center is:

WEDNESDAY: Merced Senior Center, 755 W. 15th St.

THURSDAY: Merced Senior Center, 755 W. 15th St.

FRIDAY: Sam Pipes Room, the Merced Civic Center, 678 W. 18th St.

For information on the cooling center call 385-6855.

http://www.bt.cdc.gov/disasters/extremeheat/index.asp


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MOUNTAIN LION CUB
Applegate Zoo selected to raise mountain lion cub.

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City newsletter
City Newsletter
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GENERAL PLAN UPDATE
Click here for information on the General Plan Update.
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MERCY EIR
Mercy EIR documents and information are now available online. Please use the web link to learn more.


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MEASURE C INFORMATION
MEASURE C INFORMATION
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STORM INFORMATION

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Online Utility Bill Paying System Temporarily Offline
We will be upgrading our software for improved online transactions.

The bill paying website will be down from 02/03/06 at 4:00 p.m. until 02/06/06 at 8:00 a.m.
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South Merced Plan Committee forming
The South Merced Specific Plan Citizens Advisory Committee is being formed by the City of Merced.
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Measure C Citizens Oversight Committee Applications

Measure C Citizens Oversight Committee applications end on 31/Jan/2006.


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