CELEBRATING EARTH DAY - VIRTUAL CONFERENCE
With Éric Ménard, M. Env. IMEDD
As part of World Book and Copyright Day, the library invites you to a presentation by Amélie Boivin Handfield featuring the author of numerous suspense novels, Patrick Senécal. Attend this virtual presentation from the comfort of your own home.
Tuesday, April 27 19:00 - 19:45
Looking for out-of-the-ordinary vacation activities or destinations? This talk showcases a variety of little-known Quebec and Ontario destinations that are sure to be a hit for your next summer vacation with family or friends.
Application for a Minor Variance From Zoning by-Law No. 1441 and Written Consultation: 308, Geneva Crescent
In order to accommodate the current distancing directives and avoid gatherings, Town Council is asking interested residents to express their views in writing by April 15, 2021 – instead of in person – regarding the request for a minor variance at 308, Geneva Crescent.
Bulky waste collection
Note: Following a directive from the Agglomeration of Montreal, since 2018 the bulky waste collection is no longer available to businesses. Only individuals can use it.
With spring now unfolding its charms, the trees are budding and landscaping projects are beginning to hatch in many households. The idea of cutting down a tree may cross your mind. However, please remember that the Town of Mount Royal is endeavouring to preserve and enhance its urban forest.
Starting Wednesday, April 7, garbage AND recycling collections will be made by the same contractor.
The trucks that will be on the streets to collect both materials will therefore become identical but each load will be handled independently and directed to the right location, as usual.
The beginning of our organic waste collection, scheduled for April 21, 2021, was inadvertently announced for April 7. Although it will be impossible as of April 7 to complete this unexpected collection, its start date has been moved up to April 14.
The return of summer will bring outdoor soccer back to TMR.
Places are available for girls and boys four years and over (born in 2017 or before) with the Club de soccer Mont-Royal Outremont. All the information is available on the CSMRO website, as well as the registration procedures.
The organic baskets are coming back! Starting mid-June, swing by the corner of Montgomery and Dunkirk every Wednesday between 17:30 and 19:00 and pick up some fresh veggies.
Due to the sustained restrictions during the collective efforts to fight the pandemic, most indoor recreational activities for the Spring 2021 session are cancelled, with the exception of aquatic training programs and first aid classes.
Information on environmental issues, tips for minimizing your ecological footprint and eco-responsible solutions to your gardening problems: our eco-services are at your disposal to help you take care of your environment.
Date: April 16 to 18, 2021
Hours: 7:00 to 16:00
Type of occupancy: Complete closure. Access to residences will be maintained and collections will not be affected.
This workshop aims to raise children’s awareness of basic musical concepts (rhythm, pitch, nuance, etc.). Discovering and handling musical instruments is, of course, an integral part of the workshop.
"Work to enclose the buildings will continue this spring, as some of the future stations' distinctive architectural elements, such as the glass walls and wood ceilings, are brought to life."
Due to the exceptional sanitary measures taken against the spread of the coronavirus, the Mount Royal Council meeting on Monday, April 19, 2021, 19:00, will be held in camera and webcast live.
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 betweeb 12:30 and 16:30 on Tuesday, April 20. This interruption is required to perform maintenance work and system updates.
An indispensable and valuable resource, water must be managed responsibly. Learn tips and tricks for reducing your daily water consumption and for recovering rainwater!
Town of Mount Royal, April 19, 2021 – Due to prices deemed too high, Mount Royal Town Council voted at today’s regular meeting to reject the two bids received for the construction of the Town’s sports and community centre.
Urban Agriculture Policy
Tabled in April 2021, the policy aims to promote and support urban agriculture initiatives in TMR, starting with but not limited to private gardens, as a contributing factor to the general quality of life.
Special measures (COVID-19)
The Pierre-Laporte pool is open for public swim and laps. By reservation only, the pool will accommodate up to 20 swimmers at a time. Half-hour cleanup between the periods. Reservation online, maximum of 24 hours in advance. Mandatory face mask starting at age 10 in common areas.
The Town of Mount Royal will begin the rehabilitation of the watermain on Royalmount Avenue as of Tuesday, April 6, 2021. The work will be carried out by Sanexen Services Environnementaux Inc. over a period of several weeks.
In the April 22, 2021 edition of its newsletter, Aéroports de Montréal (ADM) announced that with the objective of ensuring optimal management of the use of its facilities during the pandemic, it plans to operate on a single runway until the next winter period.
The Town makes available to residents a map of all road, watermain and sewer works planned until June 30, 2021.
Note: due to a variety of factors, weather-related or not, this planning remains subject to change.
The Réseau express métropolitain (REM) is continuously working to develop communication tools so that citizens can better understand noise during train operations.
The Town's organic waste collection only accepts paper bags.
Biodegradable, compostable or oxo-degradable bags are not allowed. Why? Among other things, it is a question of deficient certification, but also of degradation times.
In order to accommodate the current distancing directives and avoid gatherings, Town Council is asking interested residents to express their views in writing by May 6 – instead of in person – regarding the application for demolition at 365 Stanstead Avenue.
In order to accommodate the current distancing directives and avoid gatherings, Town Council is asking interested residents to express their views in writing by May 6 – instead of in person – regarding the Draft By-law No 1460 Concerning Municipal Works Agreements.
Starting Monday, May 3, the library will return to its regular opening hours.
Face masks will still prove mandatory for users aged 10 and up. Some services such as game loans, access to computer workstations, and study room reservations will remain unavailable for some time.
Application for a Minor Variance From Zoning by-Law No. 1441 and Written Consultation: 210 Chester Avenue
In order to accommodate the current distancing directives and avoid gatherings, Town Council is asking interested residents to express their views in writing by May 17, 2021 – instead of in person – regarding the request for a minor variance at 210, Chester Avenue.
The Town is looking for an Assistant Clerk for the Clerk’s Office and the Department of Public Affairs. Applications will be accepted until Friday, May 14th, 2021, 4:30 pm
The Town of Mount Royal is looking for an inspector for the Urban Planning and Development Division. Applications will be accepted until 16:30 on May 14, 2021.
The Blue Patrol will be back this year during the weeks of May 17 and 24. Once again, its service agents will be advising citizens on how to use drinking water responsibly.
The Town of Mount Royal is looking for a Storekeeper for the Treasurer’s Office and Material Resources Department. Applications will be accepted until 16:30 on May 12, 2021.
The Town of Mount Royal is looking for a Buyer for the Treasurer’s Office and Material Resources Department. Applications will be accepted until 16:30 on May 14, 2021. (For the period between June 27 until August 2021)
Among other things, the Act Respecting Access to Documents Held by Public Bodies and the Protection of Personal Information:
In this fun interactive workshop, participants will be encouraged to develop healthy online habits and adopt responsible behaviour in the virtual community of today and tomorrow. By Algo+Reetma.
Have you ever seen an ostrich or rhea egg? During this interactive workshop, participants will be able to see different kinds of eggshells and test their knowledge playing Bird Bingo. Then it will be time to get creative decorating a fantastic wood birdhouse.