Would you like to build a new outdoor staircase? Would you like to repair or replace your staircase? First, you need to check your borough’s legislation, and in some cases, you will need a permit.
If you wish to renew your Accès Montréal card if it is expired or about to expire, or if you want to replace it if it is lost or stolen, learn more about what you need to do.
Do you want to install a fence or plant a hedge on your lot? The setbacks, materials permitted and height limits are different for the front, rear and sides of the property. Permits are necessary in some boroughs.
Would you like to operate a tourist home? Do you need to find out if operating a tourist home is allowed in your area? Find out what rules you need to follow.
Are you planning to distribute advertising materials in Montréal? In some cases, a permit may be required. Here’s what you need to know.
A permit is required to install a swimming pool on your property. Learn more about how to submit an application to your borough.
Do you hold a permit to build a parklet in front of your establishment? Would you like to renew it? Learn how to renew your permit.
Permits for musicians, public entertainers or balloon sculptors authorize the holder to conduct their professional activities on public property in the borough. However, there are some restrictions concerning the places in which these activities are permitted.
Artists and craftspeople need a permit if they want to exhibit and sell their work on public property. This procedure provides a framework for the sale of handicrafts and works of art on public property in Montréal.
Want to lower the sidewalk in order to make your property accessible by vehicle? This application is usually part of a broader project to build a parking space, garage, passageway or loading dock. Learn how to submit an application to build a curb cut.
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