Want to add or move or remove a speed bump on your street? Here is how to request a change to a traffic calming measure.
Do you need a certificate of life and residence in Montréal? In most cases, your declaration must be sworn. Find out how to get a sworn declaration.
You are moving and you wish to change the address associated with your Accès Montréal card? Find out how.
Would you like to compost your food waste but you are not eligible for the compost pick-up service (brown bin)? In some neighbourhoods, community compost bins are available. Find out how to locate them.
Do you trim your own trees and hedges? Are the cut branches large in diameter? Three boroughs collect branches measuring between 5 and 20 cm in diameter at certain times of the year. Here’s how it works.
Would you like to divide your property into lots? You must first apply for a subdivision permit from your borough.
Would you like to suggest a name to add to the municipal toponymy list? Here is the information you need to provide when making a suggestion.
Has your eligibility for the Subsidy to develop collaborative workspaces downtown program been confirmed? Here is how to receive your funding.
Special construction, modification or occupancy projects are designed to allow for work that fall outside urban planning by-laws. They are particularly useful for large or complex projects.
Some projects related to storm water management or connection to the domestic waterworks system require authorization. This authorization is required to get a construction, conversion or excavation permit for public property. Find out what you need to do.
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