Submit an application for a public consultation to your borough using the right of initiative

Last updated November 16, 2021

Would you like to ask your borough to hold a public consultation on a draft petition? The right of initiative gives residents this opportunity. Here’s how to submit your draft.

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Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 5,000 people.

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Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

555 Rue Chabanel Ouest
Suite 600
Montréal, QC H2N 2H8

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 1,767 people.

Document

Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

7701 Boulevard Louis-H.-La Fontaine
Montréal, QC H1K 4B9

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 5,000 people.

Document

Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

5160 Boulevard Décarie
Montréal, QC H3X 2H9

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 1,754 people.

Document

Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

1800 Boulevard Saint-Joseph
Montréal, QC H8S 2N4

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 3,148 people.

Document

Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

55 Avenue Dupras
Montréal, QC H8R 4A8

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 4,507 people.

Document

Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

201 Avenue Laurier Est
Suite 120
Montréal, QC H2T 3E6

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 3,082 people.

Document

Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

815 Rue Bel-Air
First floor
Montréal, QC H4C 2K4

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 751 people.

Document

Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

350 Montée de l'Église
Montréal, QC H9C 1G9

15795, boulevard Gouin Ouest
Montréal, QC H9H 1C5

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 5,000 people.

Document

Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

6854 Rue Sherbrooke Est
Montréal, QC H1N 1E1

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 3,432 people.

Document

Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

4243 Rue de Charleroi
Montréal, QC H1H 5R5

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 929 people.

Document

Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

543 Chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine
Montréal, QC H2V 4R2

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 2,781 people.

Document

Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

13665 Boulevard de Pierrefonds
Montréal, QC H9A 2Z4

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 4,500 people.

Document

Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

8910 Boulevard Maurice-Duplessis
Montréal, QC H1E 6X5

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 5,000 people.

Document

Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

5650 Rue D'Iberville
2nd floor
Montréal, QC H2G 2B3

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 3,793 people.

Document

Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

777 Boulevard Marcel-Laurin
Montréal, QC H4M 2M7

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 3,093 people.

Document

Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

8400 Boulevard Lacordaire
Montréal, QC H1R 3B1

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 2,863 people.

Document

Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

4555 Rue de Verdun
Montréal, QC H4G 1M4

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 3,902 people.

Document

Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

800 Boulevard De Maisonneuve Est
Ground floor
Montréal, QC H2L 4L8

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.

Submitting a draft petition is the first step to getting a public consultation. See the page Right of initiative for details about the criteria and stages of the process.

To submit an application, you must:

  • be 15 years of age or older and live within the area targeted by this draft
  • complete the online form or the paper form
  • obtain 25 signatures from residents aged 15 or older who live in your borough
  • designate three people who may be contacted by the borough among the 25 signatories

You may submit your draft petition by using the online service or completing the print form. Clearly indicate the purpose of the draft petition and why a public consultation on this subject is in the interest of the community.

If the draft petition is accepted, your borough will contact you. You may proceed to the next step, which consists of having the petition signed by 5,000 people.

Document

Communication channels

With this digital service, you can make an application and get signatures online. If you use this service, you must take all subsequent steps online.

To use this service, you will need to have an account.

Point of service

405 Avenue Ogilvy
Suite 101
Montréal, QC H3N 1M3

If you submit an application in the form of a print document, all subsequent steps must be taken in paper format, including the collection of signatures.

Complete the draft petition form (in French) and submit it to the borough office to the attention of the city clerk’s office.

You will receive a confirmation of receipt.