In Montréal, dog parks are the only public spaces where your dog is allowed to run free. Montréal is home to more than 50 dog parks open year-round, in every borough. Here is everything you need to know.
Composting is an easy, inexpensive and effective way to reduce to reduce the amount of garbage you generate. Want to practice composting at home? Learn what you need to know in order to get started.
In Montréal you must follow certain rules when installing or replacing doors and windows. Regulations differ for exterior and interior doors and windows as well as bay windows.
Does your draft petition concern the city or your borough? What is the subject of your draft petition? What draft petitions are excluded? Find out everything you need to know.
In order to maintain decent housing conditions for all residents, the city reserves the right to take action in a dwelling with issues around sanitation, maintenance or safety. Find out everything you need to know under such circumstances.
Can a property assessment appraiser visit your property to examine it, and will its value change as a consequence? Find out everything you need to know about an examination for the assessment roll.
In Montréal, a rental building cannot be converted into a divided co-ownership. However, under certain conditions and in specific areas only, property owners can obtain an exemption from borough council. Find out everything you need to know.
Montréal residents must comply with certain criteria when choosing exterior siding for a building. The regulations in force in your borough apply to the installation and replacement of brick, stone and wood siding.
Find out what you can put in your compost bin and learn about food waste and organic waste collections.
View the schedule of garbage collections and see conditions for putting out household waste.