All summer long, Rue de Dijon becomes a pedestrian street where families can enjoy a safe and lively space in Montréal-Nord. With its ideal location near a number of schools, parks and playing fields, this colourful and educational space is very popular with neighbourhood residents.
The pedestrian area of Rue de Dijon is located between Avenue P.-M.-Favier and Boulevard Rolland is the first stage of a vast green corridor project to be developed over a five-year period.
This fun and colourful meeting place is located in a neighbourhood where lots of families live. It links the École primaire Le Carignan, the Parc Le Carignan and the Lester B. Pearson High School. The area has a large number of schools, parks and sports/arts and culture facilities, as well as being one of Montréal’s most densely populated residential areas.
- Improve residents’ quality of life by beautifying the area and making streets safer.
- Adopting measures to fight heat islands.
- Improve accessibility to active transportation.
- Multi-purpose stage
- Lounge chairs
- A sports areas
- Planters and vegetable gardens