On Wednesday, November 27, at Town Hall (90 Roosevelt Avenue), residents can sign a register for this by-law between 9:00 and 19:00, without interruption.
Accompanied by his guitar and violin, Deshaies brings Christmas and folk music nostalgia back to life. Cultural and historical anecdotes of our holiday season will be projected on a screen.
Date: From mid-November 2019
Where: Canora Station – Jean-Talon bridge
Nature of work:
For the two-year period that it will take for the demolition and complete reconstruction of the Jean-Talon bridge, a new long-term barrier will be put in place in this sector. The barrier will be in place from mid-November to allow for detour lane marking and traffic reconfiguration.
Reconstruction of the Cornwall bridge is postponed, and will take place from April to November 2020, in order to mitigate the impact on traffic flow.
Impacts and mitigation measures:
The work will require truck traffic in the area. The traffic obstruction will be in place to minimize transit and ensure the safety of the construction sites. Flaggers and signage around the perimeter of the construction site will ensure pedestrian safety and traffic flow.
- Complete closure of Jean-Talon Street in a westbound direction between Dunkirk Road and Canora Road;
- One traffic lane will be maintained in each direction at all times.
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.
Our garden city has implemented a Site Planning and Architectural Integration Program (commonly referred to by its French acronym, PIIA) in 2003.
Alert Ready is Canada’s emergency alerting system. Alert Ready delivers critical and potentially life-saving alerts to Canadians through television, radio and LTE-connected and compatible wireless devices.
On the agenda:
- Adoption of the 2020-2021-2022 Capital Expenditures Program (PTI)
- Adoption of the 2020 Operating Budget
Starting at 18:00, at Town Hall (90 Roosevelt Avenue).
The Demolition Review Committee will hold a meeting regarding the application for demolition of the building located at 215 Portland Avenue.
Following the recent developments concerning the new complex, the Recreation activities will remain in their original locations, therefore, there will no change for the winter session beginning in January, as was previously announced.
Come celebrate with mayor Philippe Roy and enjoy a cup of hot chocolate with your family!
The tree in front of Town Hall will be lighted on Wednesday, December 4, around 17:15.
The Comité consultatif d'urbanisme is an organization mandated by the Town Council to give opinions on the requests submitted to it. It is a structure that exists in several municipalities in Quebec and whose powers are described in section 146 of the Loi sur l’aménagement et l’urbanisme.
This year once again, Town of Mount Royal’s Public Security Department achieved impressive results with its recent child car seat verification campaign. A total of 383 child car seats were checked in 2019.
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.