Find out what you need to know about activities and services offered by the city.
On May 19, Montréal’s urban agglomeration confirms the end of the state of emergency and the shift to recovery mode. Read the press release
Find out more about the current situation in Montréal.
Wearing a mask is no longer mandatory on our premises and in our facilities. For more details, consult the Website of the gouvernement du Québec.
Learn more about the conditions and instructions for getting tested for COVID-19.
Make an appointment to get the vaccine.
Most city spaces are open and activities have resumed. Find out more about opening hours and services offered:
Some spaces remain closed:
The building is closed, except for:
- During city council and agglomeration council meetings, when residents come to ask questions
- During meetings to open bids calls for tenders, during which a limited number of bidders can be in attendance
- Bailiffs filing legal proceedings
Service de l’habitation
The Service de l’habitation reception desk is closed. If you have questions, contact us at 514 588-7098 or at [email protected].
1 877 644-4545: Government hotline for COVID-19
311: Information concerning Montréal municipal facilities and services
211: Multilingual social and community resource