Democracy and Engagement

Resident Initiatives

Suggest solutions to problems in your neighbourhood. Understand your right of initiative to request a public consultation.

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  • Organize or participate in a collective cleanup or report a situation requiring a cleanup. In addition to making your neighbourhood a nicer, more welcoming place, this activity also helps strengthen bonds with neighbors and unite residents for a common cause.

  • Thinking of creating a green alleyway in your neighbourhood? There are several steps involved in doing so, from mobilizing local residents to obtaining the support available through your borough.

  • Have an idea for improving the quality of life in the city or your neighbourhood? Thanks to participatory budgets, you can submit project ideas, then vote to make them a reality.

  • The right of initiative allows Montréal’s citizens to obtain a public consultation on a subject of public interest in connection with the city or a borough. Find out more.