If you are a passenger and need a safe area to get into or out of a vehicle, or if you regularly drive someone who has reduced mobility, you can apply to have a passenger drop-off zone created in front of your home or near where you work. Find out what you need to do.
Do you want to build a commercial terrace on the sidewalk, road or any other part of public property in front of your establishment? Before doing so, you must get a seasonal public property occupancy permit. Find out how to apply for a permit.
Do you need to cut down a tree on your property? In Montréal, a tree-felling permit (also known as an authorization certificate) is required. Find out how to get one here.
Are you the new operator of an establishment with a commercial terrace built on public property? If you want to keep the terrace the way it is, please check if you must submit a new application for a permit or if an application with a change of operator will suffice.
Did you have your ash tree felled? The city offers a subsidy that partially reimburses your felling costs, as long as you replace your ash tree.
Do you have an air conditioning or cooling unit that uses drinking water? With some exceptions, these units were supposed to be replaced before January 1, 2018. Here’s how to apply for an extension in cases where this is allowed.
Do you need to have snow cleared from your porch, front walk or staircase? In many boroughs, community organizations offer an assistance service for seniors and persons with reduced mobility. Find out what you need to do to apply for this service.
If you have a disabled parking permit, a driver’s licence and do not have access to a reserved parking space near where you live, you can apply for a reserved space in front of your home. Find out what you need to do.
Do you have a serious reason for a fire hydrant to be moved? You can submit your application to your borough. Find out how here.