The warm weather and progressive reopening make for busier streets. In order to leave more room for pedestrians and cyclists, Montréal is creating more than a hundred kilometers of safe active transportation circuits this summer. Here are some tips to get around.
Is your neighbourhood under a boil-water advisory? Not to worry! Please follow these instructions until water service is restored.
Have you received an advisory concerning a water service interruption? Find out what to do until the water service is restored.
Is your neighbourhood under a drinking water advisory due to contaminated tap water? Please follow these instructions until water service is restored.
Is your neighbourhood under a water use advisory due to contaminated tap water? Please follow these instructions until water service is restored.
Having a kit already prepared means you can react faster in an emergency. Prepare in advance for a major storm, flooding, an industrial accident or any other disaster in Montréal. Follow the guidelines.
During periods of intense cold it’s important to take special steps to protect yourself. Find out what you can do to make it through a cold snap.
You need to take special care to stay safe during a severe winter storm, whether you’re in your home or outside. Follow our guidelines to help you and your family make it through winter storms.
Making a family emergency plan is a crucial action you can take to cope with disaster. Follow these eight steps and be ready to deal with three different situations.
When an emergency arises, Montréal uses rapid communications to keep residents informed of the situation as it evolves. Find out what tools you can use to get reliable, up-to-date information when disaster strikes.