Are you planning to carry out work on your property? Protecting trees, both on your property and on public property, is among our leading concerns. It’s essential to make arrangements to protect your trees before the work gets started.
In Saint-Laurent, the environment is part of who we are—and has been for many years.
Taking action for the climate and for biodiversity means thinking about tomorrow while improving our quality of life today.
Join the movement!
Organic matter accounts for about 50 per cent of the contents of a garbage bag in Montréal. By using food waste compost bags, you give that organic matter renewed life. The following checklist tells you what to include in your compost bags.
The Borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro is making available to electric vehicle users 16 public electric charging stations on its territory in order to encourage the community to participate in the energy transition and greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction effort.
Discover the winners of the Grand Prix Opération Patrimoine Montréal 2022.
New bike paths, with an approximate length of seven kilometres on Avenue Christophe-Colomb, from Boulevard Gouin to Rue Saint-Grégoire, will connect four boroughs. The new path will make travel safer, by bike, as well as on foot, by bus and in cars.
The young and the young-at-heart will be treated to a variety of fun and free winter activities.
A number of exhibitions will be held in the coming months at the Centre des loisirs de Saint-Laurent.
Add your expertise to our team for a major project to modernize the 911 call system. This challenging $20 million project has a direct impact on the safety of over 2,000,000 Montrealers.
Learn about applicable terms and conditions when you apply for a review of a building on the property assessment roll.
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