Montréal is continuing to bolster the vitality of its city centre with the second phase of its downtown recovery plan. It can now count on additional funding of $7 million from the gouvernement du Québec. This investment will help reinvigorate an area significantly affected by the pandemic.
Montréal is launching major initiatives and identifying areas of interest to renew its downtown strategy. The objective: to adapt the revitalization of the city’s economic and cultural heart to the current situation and to new trends.
The 2022 budget and the 2022-2031 ten-year capital works program (PDI) aim to meet the needs and aspirations of Montrealers, particularly in the areas of public security, housing and the ecological transition, while providing rigorous management of municipal finances.
Vieux Montréal has become a dynamic district where history and modernity meet. Learn about the strategies proposed in the Plan de protection et de mise en valeur du Vieux-Montréal (Vieux Montréal protection and enhancement plan) to ensure its protection and developpement.
2022 will be a conclusive year for the borough of Lachine’s cultural development plan.
Montréal’s architectural, historic, cultural and natural heritage are unique. Learn how the action plan ensures the protection, preservation and enhancement of this collective richness.
Consult the document Phase 1 : diagnostic et orientations des parcs et des espaces verts de Lachine (Phase 1: Diagnosis and guidelines for Lachine’s parks and green spaces)—a first step towards the final development of the master plan for parks and green spaces.
Saint-Laurent Master Plan for Urban Promenades proposes a vision for the redevelopment of Vieux Saint-Laurent, the true historic heart of the borough, by combining biodiversity and urbanity on a city-wide scale.
Montréal has adopted its Action Plan for Solidarity, Equity and Inclusion 2021-2025, a key pillar of the inclusive social recovery it has initiated with its partners.
The Déclaration pour revitaliser l’est de Montréal, signed in 2018, aims to transform industrial spaces in this vast territory. An agreement between the city and the Québec government provides funding for land redevelopment by 2024.
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