Mérida needs to renew its urban infrastructure in streets and public spaces

Mérida City Council seeks to respond to the needs of citizens and the delay derived.

Yucatecan Rosa Torre González was the first Mexican woman ever to be elected to hold a government position

To honor her legacy, within the framework of International Women’s Day, a well-deserved and emotional.

Sterilize your dog or cat at the Veterinary Module of the Mérida City Council

  You can get your dog or cat sterilized at a reasonbale fee in Mérida,.

Mérida City Council is working to preserve the Maya language and culture

During the formal act, the girl Rubí May Arjona, from the Mérida’s community of Tzacalá.

Mérida City Council wants to take care of public health and animal welfare

It was reported that in the current administration, 1,556 veterinary medical consultations, 165 sterilizations, 1,991.

Residents of western Mérida demand suspension of the gas pipeline construction before the Federal Judicial Power

Citizens accuse that these works ‘promoted by the Yucatecan biscuit maker “Dondé” present a danger.

Maya-speaking population decreases 10 percent in Yucatan in recent years

Of the 68 native languages ​​spoken in our country, 10 are at the top, that.

Mérida City Council seeks volunteers for the Adopt a Tree program

Participate in the program Adopt a tree and help the environment (MERIDA, YUC. – MERIDA.

Mérida City Council committed to the Environment and Sustainability

The Mérida City Council reiterates its commitment to the permanent care of the Environment and.

According to Irving Berlin, INAH must evaluate any change in “Casa de Montejo”

The Mérida City Council Culture Department Director stressed that the building, now for sale, is.

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