Located behind the Verdun Auditorium, the beach has excellent public transit access, with the De l’Église metro station nearby as well as two bus lines (routes 37 and 12). It is also accessible by bike along the waterfront bicycle path. The beach access is free of charge.
- Verdun urban beach is closed for the 2020 season. The swimming area is unattended. Swimming is not recommended and at its own risk, due to the high water level and strong currents. The riverside park remains accessible. It is important to respect at all times the health instructions and the distancing rules in force.
- Residents can call 514-280-0789 to find out if swimming is allowed. The borough is being very cautious about water quality to ensure the health and safety of swimmers. Swimming may be prohibited during violent storms or as a preventive measure before and after rainfall. Swimming may also be prohibited for 24 to 72 hours if stormwater or sewage system drainage is overloaded. The duration will depend on the severity of the situation.
- When there is no lifeguard in the swimming area, swimming is not recommended and is at your own risk due to high water levels and heavy currents.
The beach is universally accessible from the entrance to the site to the swimming zone.
Rules to follow
À la plage de Verdun, il est notamment interdit de :
- Consommer de l’alcool
- Fumer ou vapoter
- Faire un BBQ
- Diffuser de la musique
- Nourrir les animaux sauvages
- Avoir un chien avec soi
Vous voulez vous baigner dans une piscine de la Ville? Vous accompagnez un enfant dans les jeux d’eau ou à la pataugeoire? Voici les bons comportements à adopter pour la sécurité de tous les utilisateurs.
- Changing rooms
- Drinking fountain
- Picnic area
- Toddler playground
- Access ramp
- Access way