- Sports and Recreation
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While municipal offices remain closed to the public for an indefinite period of time, with Town Hall among them, a progressive reopening of recreational buildings and installations is ongoing. In accordance with the usual sanitary measures, restrictions apply.
From February 26 to March 7, by reservation only, each day for six one-hour blocks, the arena will accommodate up to 25 skaters at a time. First one-hour block at 10:00, half-hour cleanup between the blocks. Reservation online, maximum of 24 hours in advance. Mandatory face mask starting at age 10 in common areas.
Pierre Laporte Pool
From February 27 to March 7, by reservation only, each day for six one-hour blocks, the pool will accommodate up to 20 swimmers at a time. First one-hour block at 10:00, half-hour cleanup between the blocks. Reservation online, maximum of 24 hours in advance. Mandatory face mask starting at age 10 in common areas.
Reginald J. P. Dawson Library
The library is open to the public from Monday to Saturday, 10:00 to 17:00. Number of visitors limited to 35 users, no reservations, mandatory face mask starting at age 10. Limited services but access to stacks granted.
The most up-to-date information on the library's opening hours and its procedures during the pandemic can be consulted via its online catalogue: catalog.ville.mont-royal.qc.ca.
Our outdoor rinks welcome you seven days a week until 19:30, without a reservation. Access to chalets and lockers ends at 19:45. Restrictions on hockey; visit our Arena and skating rinks page.
Parking: temporary tolerance
For the entire duration of the confinement, instruction given to our Public Safety patrols (514 734-4666, 24/7) is one of tolerance. However, reserved spaces for people with reduced mobility still need to be respected and parking in front of a fire hydrant remains prohibited.
Contact the Town if needed
Until the reopening of the municipal buildings, communications by e-mail or telephone (514 734-2900) will be the only possible means of communication. Residents are invited to use the Mount Royal website (www.town.mount-royal.qc.ca) if they are looking for general information.
The document chute at the front of Town Hall (90 Roosevelt Avenue) can be used to deposit cheques, forms and other small documents.
Find out more about the coronavirus
For the current number of cases in TMR: Santé Montréal
For up-to-date data, turn to Santé Montréal.
Consultation on COVID-19 symptoms and screening clinics: Info-Santé
To discuss COVID-19 symptoms and resources, ask an expert at Info-Santé: 514 644-4545.
Also consult the Self-Care Guide published by the provincial government, for a review of symptoms and detailed hygiene tips, both at work and at home.
Government measures, general situation, face masks
Wih the help of the Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux, learn how to use a face mask, on YouTube.
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