The LED lighting used on Montréal streets offers better visibility than traditional sodium lighting. In addition to being safer, it delivers significant energy and cost savings.
Did you know that Montréal has 132,000 street lights? After decades of use, they are reaching the end of their useful life. The city is presently converting all its street lighting to LED technology. This is one of the largest projects of its kind in North America.
Work to replace street lights with LED lighting could impact your daily routine. Here’s everything you need to know.
Are you developing a residential project in one of the affordable housing zones defined in the By-law for a Diverse Metropolis? The Program for an Affordable Metropolis can help you meet some of your obligations, while creating an attractive incentive for buyers.
Investing in the development of small businesses contributes to the health of the economy and innovation in Montréal, helping companies in a variety of sectors to meet their growth challenges.
The National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is partnering with the Accès Culture network to offer you a series of 17 documentary screenings in nine Montréal boroughs this fall. Each session will be followed by a discussion with a filmmaker or a specialist on the subject.
Organizations in the arts and creative sectors face special growth challenges. The “Parcours C2” program was designed to support them as they grow. The program offers one year of guidance to help them implement customized solutions.
Montréal is offering guidance to entrepreneurs around sustainable development to help small businesses grow as they face the ecological transition. The “Parcours Développement Durable” program empowers businesses to implement personalized solutions in order to reduce their environmental footprint.
The city performs an annual inspection of fire hydrants within its limits in order to ensure that they meet safety standards. These tests can cause water pressure to drop and tap water to become temporarily discoloured.
If you observe a syringe in a public place or on private property, you will undoubtedly want to see it removed. This type of situation, often encountered in urban environments, requires careful action. Please follow these guidelines for the safe disposal of syringes.
This page is not available in English. You will be redirected to the English home page.