As the situation evolves, we will take other steps towards resuming activities in accordance with public health directives.
Montréal is going into maximum alert (red). Special measures for our sites and services will be announced soon. To learn more about the government of Québec’s alert system, visit Québec.ca.
Wearing a face covering is mandatory for people ages 10 and over in enclosed or partially enclosed public places.
Here is the status of municipal sites and services in LaSalle:
Status of municipal sites
Complexe aquatique Michel-Leduc (Aquadôme)
Open for public swimming.
- Check what you need to do to prepare to go there and the schedule.
- You need to reserve online for public swim times.
Centre sportif Dollard-St-Laurent
The Centre sportif Dollard-St-Laurent is temporarily closed, due to the vaccination clinic.
Open for public skating.
- Check what you need to do to prepare to go there. You need to reserve your place online.
Outdoor skating rinks
Tennis and pickelball courts
- The tennis courts are closed for the winter season. Opening scheduled for late April.
- The pickleball courts at Parc Lefebvre are closed.
Little skatepark at Parc Raymond
- Open. Individual practice depending on current health measures.
Fritz-R.-Prévost athletics track
- The Fritz-R.-Prévost athletics track is closed for the winter season.
Neighbourhood parks and playgrounds
- Children’s playgrounds and play structures are open.
- Parks close at 9 p.m. due to the curfew.
- The Borough’s 4 dog parks are open:
- Dog parks close at 9 p.m. due to the curfew.
Parc des Rapides
Closed. Contact the horticultural societies for any questions you may have.
Status of municipal services
Before coming to this office, please consult the COVID-19 measures in place there.
Relaunch of LaSalle businesses
- The Chambre de commerce et d’industrie du Sud-Ouest de Montréal, in collaboration with the Borough of LaSalle, PME MTL Grand SudOuest and Desjardins - La Ruche, is launching a major campaign I Buy Local #passionlasalle to support the revitalization of LaSalle businesses.
- On May 4, LaSalle created a $200,000 Business recovery fund to provide local merchants with temporary, non-repayable financial assistance to support them when they reopen their businesses.