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All dogs and cats over the age of 6 months must be licensed with the Village of Murray by May 1st of each year per Ordinance 94.40.
Village Staff Workers are placing blue flags on residential properties to mark water shutoff valves for a GIS mapping project. Please maintain the placement of these flags until notice is given to remove them. Thank you for your cooperation. Questions? Call Clerk's Office 402-235-2119.
The Winners of the Murray Valentine's Day Contest are Olivia Mink, Colton Anderson, and Carter Anderson. The winners received a gift pack filled with art supplies and a $10 gift card to Cake Creations!
Village of Murray hosts Valentine’s Day Coloring Contest for Kids! 3 Categories: Ages 6 & Under, Ages 7-10, and Ages 11-13. Pick up a Coloring Page at Town Hall, Cornerstone Bank, or Cake Creations; OR print PDF version from website at www.murrayvillage.com under "Notices". Drop off completed entries at Town Hall, 106 W Main by February 13th. Entries will be displayed inside Town Hall. Winners will receive a prize package including a $10 Gift Certificate to Cake Creations. Call 402-235-2119 with any questions! Happy Coloring!
Murray's 1st Annual Christmas Light Contest was a success! We had 10 participants, 5 winners, and 6 generous Businesses/People donated the prizes! Thanks to all who donated and participated, and Congratulations to the Winners!
The Village of Murray’s First Annual Christmas Light Contest is in full swing! There is no entry fee; everyone is welcome to decorate their house, business, or yard by December 9th. To view displays, pick up a map of contestants at Town Hall, Cornerstone Bank, or on our website.
On July 16, Nebraska rolled out the new 988 suicide prevention lifeline. It is patterned after 911 and gives callers a simple, easy-to-remember number to dial for assistance during a mental health crisis. While it can be hard to start conversations about mental health, talking about mental illness can be lifesaving. It is never too early to seek assistance for mental health concerns – either for yourself or someone you love.
It's that time of year again! Everyone is getting ready for Back To School time. Whether you're a kid in school, a parent, a teacher or administrator, or just a driver in back-to-school traffic, you will find this a busy time of year! Drivers: Remember to yield to pedestrians, stop behind crosswalks, and stop when any bus has extended the red "Stop" placard. Please remember to leave a few minutes earlier, drive with courtesy, and enjoy your day. Let's all make sure this year's Back To School is safe and happy for all!