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.
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.
What is the deadline to pay my tax account? What should you do if you have already scheduled your payment, or sent post-dated cheques? How can I pay my taxes during the pandemic? Here are the answers to your questions.
Did you know that Montréal has made a number of services available to you online? During the COVID-19 pandemic, this is a safe, easy and fast way to take care of business you need to do with the city without leaving your home.
Is there ragweed on your property? Find out everything you need to know to get rid of it.
Are you undertaking renovation work that requires a permit? When applying for a permit, you must provide the estimated total cost of the work. You can calculate the cost of the permit as follows.
Are you preparing to apply for a permit? Find out which supporting documents may be required and how to obtain them.
Are you planning to carry out renovation work? Knowing where to start can sometimes be difficult. How much time is needed to apply for a permit? Which by-laws should you know about? Which permits are required? Discover our tips for a successful renovation.
Are you planning to renovate your building’s interior? Because of COVID-19, you may want to complete your application online. Here’s how to do it.
Are you planning to construct or extend a building? Do you need a permit for the project?