Haven’t finished reading the books or viewing the documents you borrowed from the library? Not to worry, you can hang on to them for longer by extending the loan period online, on site or by telephone.
To make it easier for workers or any other applicant to park, some boroughs allow them to use residents-only zones. Find out which ones.
Would you like to get a daily parking sticker? Find out how here.
Would you like to take care of street cats? You can get a permit from your borough to participate in the Trap-Neuter-Release-Maintain (TNRM) program. Find out how here.
Do you want to organize a metropolitan sports, cultural or community event on public property? First you need to get a permit. Find out how to apply.
Would you like to access a boat launching ramp? You can, in Lachine, LaSalle, Pierrefonds-Roxboro and Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles. Find out how.
Do you operate a business or represent an organization and want to build a parklet in front of your establishment in Montréal? Find out how to get a permit.
Do you own or operate a business or represent an organization and want to build a parklet? Learn about the applicable standards that must be met.
Do you want to organize a sports, cultural or community event on the streets of your borough? You need a permit. Find out how to apply.
A permit is required to drive an outsized vehicle on the Montréal road network. Learn all you need to know about obtaining your permit.
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