On November 5, your elected officials will have reached the halfway point of their current term. So, now is a good time to go over the achievements that marked the first two years of the mandate and, most importantly, lay down our priorities for the two years ahead.
Mount Royal, October 29, 2019 – With only a few weeks remaining before the planned replacement work begins on the Cornwall Bridge, the Town has finally negotiated new measures for the benefit of all Townies.
In order to support the decision of the other cities and boroughs on the island of Montreal and because of the weather forecast, the Town of Mount Royal recommends that Halloween festivities be postponed until the following day, Friday, November 1.
This series of tips (including useful addresses, when appropriate) is in keeping with the Town of Mount Royal Sustainable Development Plan (2016), which the Town uses as a basis for coordinating several of its green initiatives.
Our annual vaccination clinic is offered free of charge for those who are eligible in Schofield Hall.
The process takes from 30 to 45 minutes. Simply show up with your Medicare card, without an appointment.
Construction work on the new sports and community complex in Mount Royal will begin in early 2020. Initially planned for September 2019, the relocation of the activities and offices of the Recreation, Culture and Community Activities Department will therefore take place only in January.
Great finds await you, with handmade soaps, knitted articles, jewelry, homemade foodstuff, decorative items and other quality goods among them. From November 22 to 24, about 40 artisans will display their wares at Town Hall (90 Roosevelt Avenue). Free admission. Door prizes.
The Town of Mount Royal will hold a Remembrance Day Ceremony in cooperation with the Scouts, Girl Guides and Canadian Forces. The event will take place at Peace Park, across from the Town Hall, on Sunday November 10, starting at 13:00.
Town of Mount Royal, November 4, 2019 – In response to changes in how drivers cross its territory, Town of Mount Royal is putting in place new traffic calming measures to reduce the speed of vehicles travelling on its residential streets.
Make sure your household waste and bins don’t interfere with snow removal operations!
By blocking the passage of sidewalk plows during heavy precipitation events, bins and other containers placed on sidewalks slow down snow removal operations and increase the risk of collision.
Our family Christmas concert, presented by Jeunesses musicales Canada, will take place in Schofield Hall. Activity in French, age 3 to 5.
- Adults: $7
- Children: $5
Tickets are on sale at the Recreation Centre (60 Roosevelt Ave.).
As required by section 555 of the Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities (R.L.R.Q., chapter E-2.2), a register was opened on Wednesday, November 6, 2019 from 9:00 to 19:00, with respect to By-law No.
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In French only
Do you like music or do you want to discover the universe of sound? Learn how to use Pocket Operators, small pocket boxes that produce rhythms, synth sounds, and stylish effects!
Registration starting on September 3.
When: Tuesday, October 29, at 18:30
Where: Parish of the Annunciation Church (77 Roosevelt Avenue)
The meeting will discuss the following topics:
Date: Beginning July 12 until November 2019
Where: Mont-Royal Station – east side
Nature of work:
Beginning July 12, 2019, the logistics zone set up on Canora Road, at the intersection of Regent Road, will be expanded for the next phase of work. Material and equipment, including a power shovel, will be installed in the logistics zone to move materials between the logistics zone and the site.The work will require truck traffic in the neighbourhood; traffic patterns have been altered to minimize traffic and secure the construction zones. Flaggers and signs posted all around the construction site will ensure that pedestrians and vehicles can move about safely.
- One lane on Canora Road will be closed to vehicles between Regent Road and slightly before the intersection with Laird Boulevard.
- Parking will be prohibited in the zone.
Date: Beginning mid July until November 2019
Where: Canora Station – east side
Nature of work:
Beginning mid July 7, 2019, the logistics zone set up on the corner of Canora Road and West Jean-Talon Street will be expanded for the upcoming next phase of works.
The work will require truck traffic in the neighbourhood; traffic patterns have been altered to minimize traffic and secure the construction zones. Flaggers and signs posted all around the construction site will ensure that pedestrians and vehicles can move about safely.
- One lane on Canora Road will be closed to vehicles. Pedestrians will be permitted on the sidewalk on the east side of the street, and driveways to homes will be maintained.
- One westbound lane on West Jean-Talon Street will be closed between Canora Road and Dunkirk Road.
The logistics zone on the west side of Dunkirk Road will be maintained during that period of time.