Consult the projects to learn more and to share your suggestions and ideas with us. The borough wants to hear from you!
Can’t find the project you’re looking for? Consult the urban planning projects page.
Consultations in 2023
Participatory budget 2023
It’s almost time to vote! But first, this is your last chance to participate in choosing which projects will be put to the vote this fall.
The first participatory budget exercise begins on March 15, and we want to know what your ideas are as soon as it is launched.
The ideas received from residents will be transformed into projects that will be implemented in your neighbourhoods, with a total budget of $500,000. As well, borough residents will vote on the projects they want to see developed.
In addition to participating online, six in-person workshops will allow residents to create connections between their idea and those of their neighbours, and ultimately to improve them.
Please visit Making Montréal to learn more about the steps to follow to contribute to the participatory budget.
Information session - Loyola Flood 2023
View the presentation for the October 23, 2023 information session on the Loyola Area Flood on July 13, 2023.
Submission of documents following the consultation
Those interested in sending us documents following the March 22 consultation can do so at [email protected].
The deadline for submissions is Wednesday, April 5, 2023.
Plan local de déplacement (PLD)
Orientations, strategies and concrete measures to discover!
The various steps undertaken since spring 2022 to develop the Local Transportation Plan, including public consultations, have provided valuable information on the issues of concern to the population of CDN-NDG and our mobility needs for the future.
Many people participated in our survey in spring 2023 and learned about the strategies that were developed and the goals that were identified as part of this process. Strategies were prioritized and opinions were shared based on the reality and understanding of mobility in CDN-NDG.
Two information sessions were recently held. Our teams gathered your comments and answered your questions as part of this participatory process.
A transcript of the questions and answers will be available here on the Making MTL website in the coming weeks.
To consult the 6 objectives, 21 strategies and 57 concrete measures, click here! (in French only)
Consultations in 2022
Expansion of the Benny skatepark
In order to provide a safer environment for skateboarders, the Benny Park skatepark facilities will be expanded and upgraded.
- September 28: A team from the Borough meets with the partners who use the park to present the project.
- October 5* : Citizen dialogue in Benny Park from 4:00 pm to 6:30 pm. The public is invited to learn about the project.
Presentation (French only)
*Postponed to Thursday 6 in case of rain.
Consultations in 2021
The redevelopment project of rue Jean-Brillant, between Avenue Decelles and Chemin Côte-des-Neiges, began in the fall of 2019, and the resulting plans will become permanent in the summer of 2024.
Visit the project page on Réalisons Mtl to participate and see the evolution of this pedestrianization project.
New park - Secteur NDG
Enjoy a new community park in CDN-NDG! The former NDG YMCA park is now accessible to everyone. Visit the new park page to learn more.
Transformation of the Empress
Visit the Transformation of the Empress page and view the various ideas that have been submitted on the public areas of the future Empress. You will also find :
- Videos of citizen presentations
- Summary of the proposals received
- Summary of the stages of the Empress transformation project
Crowley/Décarie area planning
The Crowley area is a residential and commercial neighbourhood located in a part of the borough that’s been undergoing major changes.
Through consultation activities, the borough wants to provide residents with information and, especially, to obtain their point of view for new residential buildings in their neighbourhood.
Consult the project page on Réalisons Mtl for more information.
Consultation in 2020
From November 2 to 13, 2020, the people who live in the area of the future park had to comment on its development.
Summary of the survey
A new park will be developed in the Westbury housing project. The Côte-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough wishes to take this opportunity to involve the population of the area in the development of this future park.
Located within walking distance of Nelson-Mandela Park, which offers a multitude of services and facilities, you have the opportunity to choose the layout and enhance what is on offer for the future park on the Westbury site.
Consult the presentation document for the proposals.
- Document de présentation (French only)
- Survey - Thank you for participating