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.
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.
This by-law allows Council to delegate certain powers to officers and employees, including in contractual matters.
This by-law establishes the rules of budgetary control and monitoring that all Town officers and employees concerned shall follow.
The 2015-2017 Action Plan — Limiting the Spread of the Emerald Ash Borer includes a direct assistance measure aimed at property owners, namely an ash identification and evaluation service as well as a financial support for the preventive treatment of their ash trees.
By-law No. 1358 Concerning the Selective Collection of Recuperable Secondary Materials and Refuse CollectionServices for residents · Environment
This by-law defines, for all categories of buildings in TMR, rules for the disposal, collection schedule and storage of household and commercial refuse, recuperable materials, hazardous household waste (HHW), bulky waste, yard trimmings and kitchen waste, construction refuse, etc.
This by-law sets out the rules for the composition and the activities of the Planning Advisory Committee, including rules of conduct.
By-law No. 1448 Concerning the Code of Ethics and Good Conduct for the Elected Officials of Town of Mount RoyalThe Town · Town Council
As required by the Municipal Ethics and Good Conduct Act, this by-law specifies the rules of conduct and control procedures for Mount Royal elected officials concerning conflicts of interest, whether during or after their term of office.
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.
The Montréal Community Sustainable Development Plan mobilizes the Ville de Montréal, partner organizations and local administrations around orientations, objectives and actions.
This by-law sets the property tax rate per $100 of the adjusted property value for various types of immovables. Due dates, accepted terms of payment as well as interest rates, administration charges and other penalties for late or non-payments are also specified.
This by-law aims to limit the spread of the emerald ash borer in the Town. It contains important information about the felling, cutting and handling of ash trees and the management of ash wood.
The grids summarize allowed and prohibited uses in each one of the zoning sectors. (French only.)
This by-law provides specific information on matters of parking, access ramps and speed limits on public roads.
This by-law prohibits the indoor use of any appliance or fireplace that allows the use of solid fuel, except for a stove or fireplace that has been certified by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), with an emission rate of fine particles of 2.5 g/h or less.
This by-law targets public auctions, the sale of Christmas trees, professional gardening and snow removal services, and mobile canteens. Gardeners and snow removal contractors must first contact Public Security: 514-734-4666.