Due to wheather conditions, Lipstick Rodeo's concert will be held in Schofield Hall, Town Hall.
Mount Royal Celebrates: concerts and other shows, usually in Connaught Park, every Thursday at 19:00, from July 4 to August 8, 2019. Free admission, bring your chairs.
Signing your child up to a library membership is like offering him/her a passport to a world of discovery. Look up relevant documents associated to this page for more information on our activities and services.
In the picture: Erin Kennedy, Town Councillor, Edison Ramirez, Director of Public Security, Philippe Roy, Mayor of Mount Royal and Ava Couch, Town Manager.
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.
Private swimming lessons are designed to help children or adults from Mount Royal who are more comfortable outside a group or who may want to improve their swimming abilities with individualized attention.
Located in Pierre Laporte High School, the pool of the same name is open to Townies and non-residents for public swim and various aquatic programs.
Accès-Cité is the system that allows you to view your tax account online and register for recreation activities.
Please note that an interruption is scheduled from 8:00 to 10:00 on Wednesday, August 21. This interruption is required to perform maintenance work and system updates.
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.
Invitation to skateboarding enthusiasts of all levels (beginner, intermediate and advanced) to participate in the competition of the year. Age 8 to 20, at the skatepark (Danyluk Park).
Prizes, music and BBQ! In case of rain, postponed to the next day.
The City of Montreal is replacing the traffic lights on the traffic island at the intersection of St. Clare/Laird/Jean-Talon.
Work schedule and completion date
The work is scheduled for 3 weeks, from August 19 to September 9.
The Demolition Review Committee meeting that was to be held on Tuesday, August 27 at 17:00 regarding the application for demolition of the building located at 159 Balfour Avenue is being postponed to a date yet to be determined.
Réseau express métropolitain – Creation of a New Public Space to Unite Town of Mount Royal’s Town Centre
Montréal, August 19, 2019 – Town of Mount Royal and CDQP Infra announced this morning the creation of a public space in the heart of Town of Mount Royal, in order to unite its town centre.
Work on Greenoch and Markham
Road works on Greenoch and Markham streets will begin on Tuesday, August 27 and will continue for a period of about 3 weeks.
It was with great pride that the Town’s elected officials, including myself, announced on August 19 that a new public space—a plaza of some sort—will be created above the railway that runs through Town centre. This is excellent news.
Have things been piling up over the years? Would you like to remove clutter from your life and discover the tools to do it? Minimalist Mom offers a series of tips to help you successfully sort things at home! Conference in French
All municipal offices, as well as the library, will be closed on Monday, September 2.
Starting Tuesday, September 3, municipal offices switch from the summer hours to their regular opening hours, which are Monday to Friday, from 8:30 to 16:30.