Most sites and services for residents are now accessible. As the situation evolves, we will take measures to facilitate activities in accordance with public health directors.
The Montreal agglomeration is currently in a state of emergency. Here is the status of site and services in Pierrefonds-Roxboro, as well as the guidelines issued by the Public Health and Government Authorities authorities:
Following the Quebec government’s announcement on January 6 and the ministerial decree on January 8, the borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro is taking steps to counter the virus.
A curfew is in effect until February 8, between 8 p.m. and 5 a.m., as announced by the Quebec government.
Free activities in arenas and gymnasiums are suspended until further notice.
Outdoor rinks remain open for free practice only (skating). Organized sports, whether in groups or not, such as ice hockey, are prohibited. Please note that no pucks, sticks or nets are permitted. Skaters must leave the premises at 7:30 p.m. in order to respect the curfew in effect.
The Pierrefonds Library remains partially open, with a limited offer of services, in compliance with the curfew in effect.
The Access Montréal Office and the Permit counter remain open.
Borough council meetings and Public consultations are held in virtual mode. In addition, no face-to-face meetings are permitted between citizen groups and municipal authorities. See the Planning Advisory Committee projects under study / Consult the schedule of the borough council meetings
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.
The state of the premises and services is likely to change according to the guidelines that Pierrefonds-Roxboro will have to adopt. Stay tuned!
Status of sites
Facilities, activities and services
- Pierrefonds library (contactless book loans are permitted and reduced services are offered - read article)
- Access Montréal Office
- Permits Office
- Neighbourhood parks and nature parks (closing at 7 p.m.)
- Dog parks (closing at 7 p.m.)
- Park playgrounds for kids (closing at 7 p.m.)
- Outdoor rinks - ice surfaces (Free or organized ice hockey is prohibited. No sticks, pucks or nets are allowed. Closing at 7:30 p.m.)
- Sliding hills (closing at 7:30 pm)
- Outdoor activities (walking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, fat biking, skating, sliding, where possible), are permitted in the parks provided that you respect public health regulations (with members of your family bubble living at the same address)
- Open skating
- Open badminton
- All activities in school gymnasiums and municipal park chalets are cancelled.
- Film projections, shows, exhibitions and arts/cultural/social activities that were scheduled to take place in community and arts centres, and libraries are prohibited.
- Sports and recreational activities suspended or prohibited indoor and outdoor activities : Guided sports practice, team sports, individual or group fitness, group classes.
To consult the latest news, programs and announcements by the City of Montreal, click here.
The Permit Counter is open to residents and contractors with or without appointment, for all permits (issuance, renewal and modification) including civil engineering permits.
To make an appointment with a permit officer, please call 311. A request will be recorded and forwarded to us and a permit officer will call you back to schedule the appointment. He will also tell you what documents will be needed to complete your application.
In order to comply with all the sanitary rules required under COVID-19, the permit office has been set up accordingly.
Online Permits and Citizen Services
Several permits applications can be obtained online for minor work and more! Consult the list of available services online
The Public Libraries are partially closed to the public. Contactless book loans are permitted. Organized activities are prohibited. Learn more about the services offered
Consult the services offered online : online subscription, online reservations, digital library, audio books, etc. Learn more
- Pierrefonds library: open from 10:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. from Monday to Thursday, and from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Friday. Weekend hours remain unchanged from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- The William-G.-Boll Roxboro library will not reopen for now.
Collects and ecocentres
- The collection service (waste, recyclables, food waste) is maintained.
- Branch collection for large size branches is maintained this fall.
- The ecocentres remain open.
Cases, hearings, statements of offence, driver’s license suspensions and payment arrangements: Do you have questions about the services offered by the municipal court during the pandemic? Find answers here.
Online services remain available.
Information about testing clinics is available at this address
Importants phone numbers
1 877 644-4545 : COVID-19 Quebec government’s line
311 : Ville de Montréal information line about the state of the situation and services offered
211 : community resources aid line and multilingual references
1 800 363-9010 : SOS domestic violence (24h/24)
514 626-2572, poste 3956 : psychosocial aid from CIUSSS de l’Ouest-de-l’Île
438 388-0179, option 1 : support to elders
514 935-1101 : Tel-aide (service d’écoute) is you need to talk
1 800 263-2266 : Tel-jeunes (service d’écoute) / listening line