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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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Your collaboration!

Snow removal operations require close collaboration between our teams and our residents. Here are some small things you can do to make our operations more efficient.

  • Follow weather forecasts for the area and be prepared when a major snowstorm is forecast.
  • Remove vehicles parked on the street before and during snow removal operations, even if you are dealing with a contractor for the driveway to your property. If you can put your vehicle in your garage, do so.
  • Remind your contractor to contact the City to find out when our snow removal operations will take place. This way, you will avoid having to re-clear your entrance.
  • Do not put snow on the street and advise your snow removal contractor not to do so either.
  • Do not cover fire hydrants, whether or not they are on your property. A fire can occur in both winter and summer, and emergency services need quick access to it.
  • Place your garbage, recycling and organic waste bins at least 30 cm (12 in.) from the sidewalk, curb or street. If a major snowstorm is forecast, avoid taking out your bins. Instead, wait until the next collection.
  • If you have the opportunity to clear your storm drain, do so, as there are over 4,000 storm drains in the City. We will greatly appreciate your gesture!
  • Help each other! Give a hand to seniors and those with disabilities by helping them clear the snow from their driveways or alleys.
  • Keep children safe. Do not allow them to play in the snow on the side of the road or in an area where the snowplow is likely to pass.

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