Four municipal buildings are making feminine hygiene products available to their users free of charge until November 2021. The Ahuntsic library, the Botanical Garden, the Centre Jean-Claude Malépart and the Lucien-Saulnier building (temporarily city hall) are participating in this pilot project.
Would you like to take part in public participation processes and learn more about the influence your voice has? Montréal’s public participation scale helps you understand the different roles you can play in making collective decisions.
Enjoy a new community park in CDN-NDG! The former NDG YMCA park is now accessible to everyone.
Consult the projects to learn more and to share your suggestions and ideas with us. The borough wants to hear from you!
Are you interested in getting involved in neighbourhood life? Are you looking for forums where you can contribute to reflection on urban projects that are transforming Montréal? Do you want to participate in a tangible way? Here is a quick overview of the different types of public participation.
This year, we’ve changed the formula for clean-up drives in order to adapt to the current health crisis. Learn more about the guidelines to follow.
Would you like to find out the results of the consultation on Montréal’s next budget? Would you like to know more about the city’s budgetary process? Learn about the 2022 prebudgetary consultation.
The Borough of Saint-Laurent invites the population to participate in public consultations as part of its 2021-2025 strategic planning process.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, in-person public consultation sessions are to be replaced by written consultations.
The city has set aside a budget of $10 million for the completion of projects submitted and selected by the public. More than 20,000 residents cast their votes to determine which projects will be carried out. Learn more about the winning projects.
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