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Curfew:

– As of  Monday, May 3, 2021, between 9:30  p.m. and 5 a.m., Quebecers must not leave their homes except in cases that justify travel. 

Click here to see the allowed exceptions

For arenas:

– No organized (associative) activities are allowed.

– Sport-study activities may continue with a maximum of 15 participants including coaches. Only individual free practice or dyad activities are allowed. Group exercises are not permitted.

– public skate is permitted (reservations required)

– Changing rooms and showers are closed

– Spectators/parents are not allowed

– No waiting/loitering is allowed in the Civic Centre and in high traffic areas.

For the swimming pool:

– No organized (associative) activities are permitted.

– Sport-study activities can continue with a maximum of 25 participants/trainees including coaches. Only activities carried out in free practice, on an individual basis or in pairs (respecting distance), are allowed. No matches are permitted.

– Public swim is permitted (reservations required).

– Changing rooms and showers are closed

– Spectators/parents are not allowed

– No waiting/loitering is allowed in the Civic Centre and in the traffic areas.

Parks: OPEN for school activities and free practice only

– All facilities with free entry are open except for the splash pads, which are closed.
– Free individual or dyad activities are allowed in outdoor facilities such as tennis, basketball, beach volleyball, and on unfenced soccer or baseball fields.
– The toilets in the chalets are open
– Competitions, games and spectators are prohibited.
– All gatherings in the parks are forbidden.                                                     

– As of  Monday, May 3, 2021, all parks close at 9 p.m., until further notice, due to curfew.

The group rooms in the chalets:

Closed

The rooms in the Community and Cultural Centre:

Closed

The fitness room:

Closed

Following the announcement made by the Quebec Government on April 5, 2020 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.

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.

Guidelines currently in place for users of Centennial Park

For everyone’s safety, new guidelines have been put in place to respect social distancing requirements and limit the spread of the virus.

Please note that:

  • Centennial Park is now accessible to residents only.
  • all narrow trails within Centennial Park are closed.
  • arrows have been added on open trails within Centennial Park to indicate the direction of traffic.
  • the Centennial Park chalet is open for toilets use only .
  • cooking is not permitted in Centennial Park, so BBQs are not permitted.
  • Riding a bicycle  is not permitted within the park.
 

We thank you for your cooperation and wish to continue providing you with a safe walking environment.

Thank you for your cooperation!

Welcome to the new City of Dollard-des-Ormeaux website!

We are working hard to meet your ever-changing needs and make sure all the information you need is at your fingertips.

Send us your comments by e-mail  communications@ddo.qc.ca.