PDF form. This free service is not a substitute for a response by the City of Montréal Police Service (SPVM), but helps to ensure the timely presence of TMR Public Security officers when a residential alarm is triggered.
While theft in homes remains rare, neighbourhoods can sometimes be targeted by criminals who see them as easy opportunities. To prevent this type of crime, you should take simple but effective steps to discourage thieves.
Each year in Quebec, thousands of unattended vehicles have valuables stolen from inside them.
PDF document. Joint presentation from TMR's Public Security and Montreal Police representatives (PDQ 24), used during our citizens' meetings.
PDF form. If you are a mobility-impaired person due to your age or a disability (impaired motor skills, vision or hearing, etc.), you can request to have your name added to the Town’s list of mobility-impaired persons at the Public Security department.
Questions about CodeRED? The Town of Mount Royal has prepared an information document about this high-speed telecommunication network that makes it possible to contact you quickly by telephone, email or text messaging in the event of a major disaster.
Blaring music, outdoor celebrations, work, mechanical equipment – all these can be sources of noise pollution in a neighbourhood. To ensure that everyone has a pleasant living environment, noise levels must be controlled.
This by-law pertains to the distribution of leaflets, ads, newspapers, notices, brochures, business cards, prospectuses, etc., within the Town of Mount Royal and sets rules and times for doing so. This by-law also pertains to door-to-door solicitation.
Whether for a natural disaster or an industrial accident, the Town has put in place measures to deal with emergency situations that could occur in the area. We are prepared. Are you?
The Public Security Department will hold a child safety car seat verification. Organized in collaboration with the CHU Sainte-Justine and Mount Royal's McDonald's, this verification will allow all parents, grandparents and other people carrying children in cars to check the conformity and install
This by-law promotes the well-being of residents on a collective basis, on private property and in public spaces. It covers, for instance, nuisances caused by noise, unwanted commercial practices and inadequate sanitation and maintenance of buildings.
This by-law provides specific information on matters of parking, access ramps and speed limits on public roads.
This by-law regulates the annual obtaining of a license by owners of cats and dogs, among other things. It also lists places where animals are not permitted on the territory and constrains certain practices regarding the sale of pets in specialized stores.