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Applications for Demolition: 308-310 Geneva Crescent (Postponed) and 5435 Royalmount Avenue (Still On)
The Demolition Review Committee will hold a meeting on Tuesday, February 25 at 19:00, at Town Hall, regarding the application for demolition of the building located at 5435 Royalmount Avenue.
Construction of the Réseau express métropolitain's Canora and Mont-Royal stations
When: Wednesday, February 26, at 18:30
Where: Parish of the Annunciation Church (77 Roosevelt Avenue)
The Exhibition Hall and the Art Wall are in keeping with the library’s cultural mission. Monthly exhibits give local artists a chance to become better known by the general public.
In 2020, the change to Daylight Saving Time will kick in at 2:00 on the night of Saturday, March 7, to Sunday, March 8: turn your clocks forward an hour.
Before demolishing a building in whole or in part, you must first obtain a demolition permit from our Urban Planning and Inspection Division.
Before granting you that permit, our Demolition Review Committee, which consists of three (3) Council members, will first review your project.
Alongside the Town’s municipal services, a number of community resources are available in our garden city and several of them work closely with us, including through our Recreation, Culture and Community Services Department.
Due to the uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus, our annual exposition of services for seniors and their families, which was to take place on April 4, has been postponed to September 26 instead.
Participants already registered will receive a phone call.
Mount Royal, March 12, 2020 - In light of the most recent developments in the spread of the coronavirus, which the World Health Organization now considers to be a pandemic, the Town of Mount Royal is following the recommendations of the Ministère de la Santé very closely.
For almost a week, every effort has been made on a provincial, national and global scale to try to limit the spread of COVID-19, a virus that was unknown to us only a short time ago. The measures that have been implemented are truly extraordinary, both here and elsewhere.
Recyclable materials collection
120, 240 or 360-Litre blue bin provided by the Town
Important notice: As of March 19, 2020 and throughout the duration of the preventive measures against the coronavirus (COVID-19), only the bins will be collected.
Measures effective as of March 13, 2020. In conjunction with the Centre de sécurité civile of the Agglomération de Montréal and Québec public health authorities, the Town of Mount Royal will close, as of Friday, March 13 and for an indefinite period, municipal facilities
Date : From January 2020 to 2021, Weekdays 7:00 to 19:00 (weekends occasionally)
Where : Jean-Talon Bridge
Nature of work :
From Spring 2020, the existing Jean-Talon Bridge will be demolished and rebuilt, due to its extremely poor condition. Work will be performed in phases over a two-year period, in order to maintain one lane open to traffic in both directions on the bridge at all times, as well as pedestrian traffic.
Work will begin on the north side of the bridge and will result in high noise levels, since new foundations have to be drilled directly into the rock on Mount Royal.
*Work will take place from 7:00 to 19:00. Work before and after this time period will be necessary to mobilize and demobilize all elements required to carry out the work and to clean up the site.
Starting March 23rd, 2020
Impacts and mitigation measures
This work will generate high noise levels that may exceed usual recommended standards, despite the mitigation measures that will be implemented:
- Implementation of noise mitigation measures such as the noise wall, acoustical barriers around noisy equipment such as generators, white-noise alarms on vehicles, etc.
- A program to monitor and supervise noise, air quality and vibration throughout the work
- Truck drivers will be made aware that the work is being performed in a residential area.
Info construction REM: Complete closure of Jean-Talon Street West between Dieppe Avenue and Aberdare Road
Date : March 21 and 22 2020, de jour et de nuit
Where : Jean-Talon Street West between Dieppe Avenue and Aberdare Road
Nature of the works:
Reconstruction work underway on the north side of Jean-Talon bridge will continue on the south side with traffic changes on Jean-Talon Street as of March 16. To allow the reconfiguration of the obstruction to the south side of the bridge, Jean-Talon Street will be completely closed, from the night of the 20th to the 21st at midnight, until Sunday March between Dieppe Avenue and Aberdare Road.
Impacts and mitigation measures
- Flaggers and signage around the obstruction site will ensure pedestrian safety and traffic flow.
- Only local traffic will be allowed on Jean-Talon Street between Rockland Road and Chemin de la Côte-des-neiges.
- A pedestrian and cyclist detour will be accessible from the north side of the bridge.
Due to the exceptional precautionary measures taken against the spread of the coronavirus, the Mount Royal Council meeting on Monday, March 23, 2020, 19:00, will be held in camera and webcast live.