Redevelopment work on Rue Saint-Antoine may have an impact on your daily activities. Learn more.
Construction work for a drinking water main, part of the Aqueduc de l’Ouest project, is underway in LaSalle. Find out what you need to know about this project, its impacts and the solutions provided by Montréal.
The project consists of the reconstruction of a stormwater sewer located in Dorval, south of Autoroute 20. The work will extend the useful life of a collector and ensure high-quality services for future generations.
The city inspects the valves in its waterworks network each year to ensure that drinking water is properly distributed. When inspections are carried out, it can temporarily lower the water pressure of your faucet or cause discoloured water.
Major renovation work is underway at the Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard. These renovations are necessary to keep the building from deteriorating and in order to maintain the quality of service offered by the facility. It will remain open during renovation.
Soon, it will be possible to eliminate almost all viruses, bacteria and pharmaceutical products from wastewater treated at the Jean-R.-Marcotte treatment station. Learn more about the largest ozonation unit in the world that is being built.
Did you know that the water distributed to your tap is first channeled through a reservoir? The reinstatement of Montréal’s largest reservoir, the Rosemont reservoir, is therefore very important. The last phase of the work will begin at the end of the summer.
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