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Restrictions on the use of leaf blowers in CDN-NDG

To ensure more harmonious relations between residents in Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, the use of leaf blowers is restricted to specific times during the year.

Open data: A window onto the municipal arena

Montréal freely shares the data it collects. Open data makes municipal activities more transparent, promotes economic development, helps meet urban challenges, and encourages citizen participation.

Pierrefonds-Roxboro Policy on Support for Special Events

Are you an organization that want to hold a large-scale social, sports, cultural, recreational or community event with a festive element, organized on a one-time basis and aimed primarily at residents of Pierrefonds-Roxboro? Find out how to submit a formal application here.

Advertising materials: What you need to know about the legislation

Montréal has adopted a by-law prohibiting the distribution of advertising materials, including flyers and leaflets. Effective May 17, 2023, it will be prohibited to distribute these materials to your property without your consent. Plastic packaging for advertising materials will also be prohibited.

Diverse Metropolis: Benefits to date

Residential real estate developers whose projects are subject to the By-law for a Diverse Metropolis must reach an agreement with the city. Thanks to these agreements, residents have access to a greater supply of social, affordable and family housing. The most recent results are as follows.

Public Participation Policy of the Borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro

Pierrefonds-Roxboro places citizen participation and its development at the heart of its priorities. Reflecting this desire to listen and to have a dialogue with residents, the Policy is a framework that establishes the modalities for information, consultation and participation for urban planning.

Netiquette for Social Media

The city’s social media platforms allow residents to interact with the municipal administration, join discussions, ask questions and voice their opinions.

Digital Data Charter in the service of the community

The city has adopted a Digital Data Charter in order to ensure the ethical and responsible collection, management  use of data in the urban space.

Cultural Development Policy: At the heart of civic and economic life

Culture, at once hybrid, vibrant and innovative, is among the cornerstones of Montréal’s identity. The city’s 2017-2022 Cultural Development Policy reflects its commitment to a culture that is creative, inclusive and responsible, and acts as a driver of economic dynamism.

Montréal commits to support local and responsible purchasing

Montréal is upgrading its procurement policy to favour local, responsible and social purchasing of goods and services. Three new types of supplier selection criteria are intended to boost the city’s economy and ease ecological transition.