Updated: May 7, 3:10 p.m.
Centennial Park's new guidelines for walkers have increased the number of people walking in the same direction. As a result, cyclists are often unable to travel through the park. In addition, there is an increased risk of collision between a cyclist and a pedestrian.
For the safety of walkers, bicycles are now prohibited in Centennial Park. We invite cyclists to bypass the park by using the nearby bicycle paths.
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.
Note that all activities as well as all sports, cultural and community programs held in the City of Dollard-des-Ormeaux infrastructures are presently cancelled and all infrastructures including parks and chalets are closed 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.
In accordance with government directives, the City of Dollard-des-Ormeaux’s municipal facilities and reception offices will be closed temporarily.
Given the exceptional circumstances related to a health emergency declared on March 13 in Quebec, the deadline for the second instalment of property taxes has been postponed from May 28 to June 29, 2020. By doing this the City of Dollard-des-Ormeaux has joined the forces of both Governments in bringing relief to its citizens.
Some residents have sent post-dated cheques to the City for payment of their municipal taxes. Originally, these cheques were to be cashed on May 28. However, the City will only cash them on June 29. If you would like your cheque cashed on May 28 as planned, please contact the City at 514-684-1010 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Concerning places of worship, all religious gatherings of any denomination will have to be suspended.
The Quebec Government has also called for the closure of all public places and gathering places.
In addition, all businesses and companies deemed non-essential will be closed until May 4. Essential services such as pharmacies, grocery stores and gas stations will continue to operate.
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.
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.
The Green Line, which was supposed to begin on April 1, is suspended until further notice. Thank you for your understanding.
Please note that Ecological and Gardening Day (May 2) and Free Compost Distribution Day (May 9) are canceled and will not be postponed to a future date. The Giant Yard Sale (May 16) will not take place on this date but will be postponed to a future date. Please follow us on Facebook or on our website where we will announce the date as soon as possible.
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!
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