The Borough is announcing that it will lift certain confinement measures and resume services to citizens. As the situation evolves, we will take other steps towards resuming activities in accordance with public health directives. Discover reopened sites and the services we have resumed.
We will follow the recommendations and guidelines issued by the regional public health department (Direction régionale de Santé publique de Montréal), who establishes safety measures to comply with during deconfinement.
Gradual resumption of services
The permit counter located at Borough Hall is now open by appointment only. To meet with one of our agents, dial 311.
It is also possible to obtain a permit by applying online.
Reopening of installations
Tennis courts on Saint-Laurent territory are ready and waiting for tennis buffs in Alexis-
Nihon, Cousineau, Gohier, Hartenstein, Marcel-Laurin, Marlborough, Noël-Sud, Saint-Laurent
and Painter parks. It should be noted that priority access to the courts is given to those who have reserved the playing area online at loisirs.montreal.ca.
Dog parks are open in Bois-Franc, Cousineau, Gohier, Guillaume-Bruneau, Marcel-Laurin, Philippe-Laheurte.
Need to renew your pet’s license? Do it online.
The athletics track at parc Marcel-Laurin is open to the public from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.
The skateboard site at parc Marcel-Laurin is open to the public from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.
The pétanque grounds located at Caron, Gohier, Painter, Petit and Robert-Mitchell parks from 6 a.m. to 23 h.
The water games of parcs Beaulac, Bois-Franc, Gohier, Goulet, Harris, Houde, Philippe-Laheurte and Poirier are opened from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Playgrounds located in parcs and squares are opened.
Starting July 27, while complying with the social distancing requirement of 2 metres and wearing a face covering, the public will have free access to library documents, computers and furniture. A maximum of 50 people at a time will be permitted in each of the libraries. In order to allow the greatest number of people to enjoy the facilities, it is therefore preferable to plan short visits. In addition, families will have to stay together.
Library documents may be reserved on site, online through the catalogue or by phone at 514 855-6130. Computer workstations may be reserved on site or by phone, for a maximum period of 2 hours per day, twice a week.
And lastly, to become a member of the library, proof of identity and recent proof of address will be required.
Outdoor swimming pools
A total of six pools will be open: in Bourbonnière, Decelles, Hartenstein, Painter, Noël-Nord and Saint-Laurent parks. Several wading pools and the splash pads next to them will also be open.
For details, click here.
As of Monday, July 13, the Citizen’s Office will be open to the public according to the following schedule: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 to 4:30 p.m. (closed between 12 p.m. and 1 p.m.).
Many services are available online here.
If the service you are looking for is not available online or by phone, our agents will be able to assist you.
Starting Monday, July 20, these facilities will be reopened to badminton and ping-pong enthusiasts (singles games only), since these popular activities can be played by reserving online at loisirsmontreal.ca or at the Complex’s front desk. Open Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. as well as Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., the front desk will be closed noon – 1 p.m., every day.
Centre des loisirs
The cultural workshops programs will resume on Tuesday, September 8, while the programs at the Centre présco will begin on September 14.
In the meantime, Centre des loisirs’ reception desk attendants are available to assist residents from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday, during the cultural workshop and Centre présco registration period.