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 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.
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.
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.
If you are moving and the parking permit you hold is not valid on your new street, find out how to exchange your parking permit for one that is valid in your new neighbourhood.
If you own property in Montréal, you can change your mailing address on the assessment roll.
Want to consult the property assessment roll or find out a building’s municipal assessment value? Learn how here.
Do you have an in-ground pool in your yard? Do you want to replace or to remove all its components? In some Montréal boroughs, a permit is required to demolish an in-ground pool. Learn how to apply for a permit.
Find out how to apply for a permit if your borough requires that you obtain one to install or replace a spa on your property.