May 28, 2020
Due to work being executed by the City of Montreal at the Pierrefonds water treatment plant and due to high water demand over the last few days, the... Lire la suite Read more
May 28, 2020
Reminder: the deadline to pay your municipal taxes has been postponed from May 28 to June 29 because of the pandemic. The City will only deposit the... Lire la suite Read more
May 26, 2020
The Comité logement Saint-Laurent is exceptionally offering services to residents of the West Island until August 31, 2020. Founded in 2008, the main... Lire la suite Read more
May 20, 2020
The building at Sunnybrooke Park is getting a makeover! Refection work began the week of May 11, 2020, following the reopening of construction.... Lire la suite Read more
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2019-2020 Snow Removal Plan

The Public Works Department has been preparing its overall snow removal strategy since early August 2019. This planning is essential to ensure quality service for residents.

The City met with private snow removal contractors in the fall of 2019 to present the tools available for effective coordination of snow removal operations. Starting this winter, the City is emailing contractors authorized to perform snow removal to announce the start time of snow removal operations throughout the City.


The City is divided into thirteen (13) snow removal sectors where main and secondary arteries and collector streets have priority over residential streets. Eight (8) of these sectors are maintained by City employees, and the remaining five (5) are cleared by contractors.

PRIORITY P1 : Principal roads(Des Sources, St-Jean, Salaberry, Brunswick, and Sunnybrooke Boulevards).

PRIORITY P2 : Secondary roads and collector streets.

PRIORITY P3 : Residential streets.

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