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Community Wide Garage Sale – Saturday, June 17, 2023
Want to get rid of unused items or purge…participate in our community garage sale. No registration needed.
Myrnam Royal Purple
Next Council Meeting
Back to our regular schedule: June 15, 2023 9:00 A.M. (Regular)
Myrnam Community Library
Did you Know The Myrnam Community Library is open during school hours as well as until 7PM every Tuesday and Thursday? If doors are locked please ring the doorbell on the left side of the doors or call 780 366 3801
Check out this page for more info: Myrnam Community Library – The Village of Myrnam
The Village of Myrnam has passed a bylaw that permits the keeping of hens. To learn about keeping backyard hens within the Village of Myrnam click here.
Weekly Preparedness Message (provided by Provincial Operations Centre)
Alberta’s tornado season is most active between mid-June and early August.
#BePrepared for extreme summer storms whether you are at home, at work or travelling by:
- Staying informed with the WeatherCAN and the Alberta Emergency Alert apps.
- Visiting alberta.ca/ShelterInPlace to learn about how to stay safe in a variety of situations.
- Keeping supplies like water, snacks and medications at home, work and in your vehicle.
Want to be more prepared? The Government of Alberta developed the Be Prepared program to help. Visit alberta.ca/SummerStorms to learn more.
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Tax Instalment Payment Program
Would you like to pay your taxes monthly instead of once a year? Check out our Assessment and Taxation webpage and bylaw for more information.
Making Tax and Utility Payments
Many residents who are Servus and ATB customers pay bills online or in person when visiting their bank. Others pay via E-transfer to email@example.com. Perhaps you might consider this simple payment option. If you need to pay a bill in person, please deposit you payment in the deposit slot in the front door.
A Word of Caution about Certain Products entering the Sewer System
Many individuals are using laundry pods, sanitary wipes, paper towels and other heavier paper products. Although some of these are described as biodegradable, they do not break down as quickly as toilet paper. These can place a strain on your personal sewers and the Village sewer infrastructure. We recommend that anything other than toilet paper not be placed in the sewer system. Place these securely in disposable bags and include them in your weekly garbage.