News

March 5, 2021
In light of the precautionary measures taken against the spread of the coronavirus, Council will hold closed meetings.Meeting agendas will be... Lire la suite Read more
March 4, 2021
Reserve your place and come and enjoy a nice family moment in a safety manner from February 27 to March 7, 2021. For registration details,... Lire la suite Read more
March 2, 2021
Work has begun to convert the Deux-Montagnes train line to the REM. The arrival of the REM will mean changes in the landscape. This is a closer look... Lire la suite Read more
February 24, 2021
Reserve your place and come and enjoy a nice family moment in a safety manner from February 27 to March 7, 2021. For registration details,... Lire la suite Read more
-A A +A

City Services

Updated: January 8, 2:20 p.m.

Sports and leisure activities in winter: open or closed?

  • For arenas:

- Free indoor skating is not permitted as of January 9, 2021 until further notice.

- No organized (associative) activities are allowed.

- Changing rooms and showers are closed.

- Spectators/parents are prohibited.

- No waiting/loitering is permitted in the Civic Centre and in the traffic areas.

  • - For the pool:

- Public swim is not permitted as of January 9, 2021 until further notice.

- No organized (associative) activities are allowed.

- Changing rooms and showers are closed.

- Spectators/parents are prohibited.

- No waiting/waiting is permitted in the Civic Centre and in the traffic areas.

Parks: OPEN for school activities and free practice only.

  • Curfew: all parks will be closed at 7:30 p.m. as of January 9 until further notice.
  • Free entry infrastructures are open and, if applicable, the maximum posted capacities must be respected.
  • Chalet washrooms are open.
  • Changing rooms in the chalets are closed.
  • Competitions, games and spectators are prohibited.
  • All gatherings in the parks are prohibited.


The group rooms in the chalets: CLOSED

The rooms in the Community and Cultural Centre: CLOSED

The theatre: CLOSED

The fitness room: CLOSED



Following the announcement made by the Quebec Government on April 5 lengthening the time that Quebec is on pause, the City of Dollard-des-Ormeaux will remain in "essential services" mode until further notice.

We are committed to continuing to serve you well while protecting your health and that of our employees.

Thank you for your understanding.

Call to reduce social contacts

The Minister is asking all Quebecers to limit their contact with other people as much as possible for a period of 28 days. Still with a view to curbing community transmission, Quebecers are being asked to cancel dinners with family or friends, barbecues, weddings or anniversaries that bring together several people in the same private place.

Be careful on your outings: keep two metres apart and wear a mask!

CITY FACILITIES AND ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES

In accordance with government directives, the City of Dollard-des-Ormeaux’s reception offices will be closed temporarily, as well as the following facilities.

PERMIT REQUESTS

We encourage our residents to use our online services to submit permit requests or to call us at 514-684-1010. Note that response times will be longer due to the high number of requests arising from the COVID-19 virus. We count on your usual cooperation.

Be careful with our sewer system!

It's even more important these days to think about what we throw away, because we're staying home. Some people use toilets and sinks to get rid of oils or fats, or throw so-called "flushable" wipes, paper towels or hygiene products down the toilet. This can cause obstructions, clogging or damage to the sewer system. You may even have to leave your home to have the damage repaired.

Think about what you flush.

For more information, read this article.

Multilingual Information

The Alliance des communautés culturelles pour l'égalité de la santé et les services sociaux has created a page where all essential information for COVID-19 is translated into 17 different languages, from Romanian to Greek to Chinese. Share this resource with your community! Visit the page here.

Green line

The Green Line, which was supposed to begin on April 1, is suspended until further notice. Thank you for your understanding.

Winter activities at Centennial Park

Reminder: Centennial Park is currently accessible to residents only.


Following the announcement of the curfew, Centennial Park will be closed every night at 7:30 p.m as of January 9 until further notice.


For the security of all our residents, new winter rules are now in place. We require your collaboration in accessing the park through the main entrance only, located at 300 Lake Street. The fenced and busy entrances on Lake Street, Donnacona Street and behind the Civic Centre will be closed until February 8 to direct people to the main entrance. During this time, only the entrance on Donnacona Street will be open weekdays from Monday to Friday.


At the entrance, surveillance may ask you for identification to validate your residential address. In order to respect the maximum capacity of the park, the parking lot will be closed when it is full. Here are the new rules in place :

We thank you in advance for following the rules in place and count on your collaboration to limit your time in the park allowing all to enjoy the activities.
Click here to see the conditions of winter facilities.



Information pertaining to the COVID-19 virus: quebec.ca/en/coronavirus

If you have symptoms, please call 1-877-644-4545.

Thank you for your cooperation!


Back to home page