During the major renovation and restoration work at city hall, all political and democratic functions have been relocated to the Lucien-Saulnier Building, in the heart of Old Montreal.
City hall has been closed to the public since May 2019. The building is undergoing a heritage restoration aimed at bringing it up to standard, modernizing it and ensuring that it is better adapted to democratic life.
Each month, residents can attend virtual city council meetings, agglomeration council meetings, executive committee meetings and public consultations held by the council’s standing committees, all of which are webcast.
During public calls for tender, the building opens its doors exceptionally for bid submissions. Bids are submitted on the scheduled bid opening date, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
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The Service du greffe (city clerk’s office) is located on the ground floor. The other floors house the offices of the council chair, the mayor, the executive committee members, the official opposition and the city manager.
Guided tours, illuminations and temporary exhibitions are suspended until further notice.