Wondering if your neighbour is allowed to carry out renovation work during the evening? Want to file a noise complaint? Find out what you need to know.
Wondering if a restaurant or business you go to has ever been cited for unhealthy conditions? Want to file a complaint after getting food poisoning? Find out everything you need to know.
The urban agglomeration of Montréal, in collaboration with its civil protection centre (Centre de sécurité civile), is closely monitoring the evolution of the COVID-19 situation, along with the regional public health department (Direction régionale de santé publique de Montréal).
Emergency shelters, warming stops and assistance. Measures have been implemented to meet the needs of people experiencing homelessness.
What should you do if you notice a change in your tap water? What types of advisories inform residents of the steps to take in the event of contamination or a service interruption? Learn everything you need to know about drinking water in Montréal.
Do you have an air conditioning or cooling unit that uses drinking water? As of in January 2018, residents are required to replace these types of units with a fully compliant air conditioning unit, heat pump or other system. Find out everything you need to know.
What areas in Montréal are prone to flooding? What times of the year are associated with the highest risk? Find out about the risk of major floods.
Call 311 to find out if your home is located in a flood zone.
What damages can a severe thunderstorm cause? What services does the city offer to prevent flooding in buildings during a heavy rainfall? Learn more about the risks of thunderstorms in Montréal.
Montréal’s municipal court is a tribunal that offers civil, criminal and penal legal services within Montréal’s city limits.
Is there an unpaid balance on your property tax account or property transfer duties? Find out about the measures that the city can take.
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