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Accès Montréal Office in the borough of Verdun

4555 Rue de Verdun, bureau 104
Verdun (Québec) H4G 1M4
Telephone: 311
Fax: 514-765-7006

Opening hours

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday: 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

This Web site and the Accès Montréal offices are the gateway to all services offered by the borough of Verdun and by Montréal.

Overview of services offered

  • Accès Montréal card
  • Biblio-Loisirs card
  • Lodging certificate
  • Permit (garage sale, pesticides, distribution of flyers, etc.)
  • Certified copy of an original
  • Sworn declaration
  • Payment of statements of offence (before the due date or in accordance with a payment agreement – by cheque dated on the due date or post-dated, or by debit card)
  • Point of sale for dog and cat licences
  • Option of taking a photo for the Accès Montréal card, at a cost of $3 (taxes included)
  • Report on an automobile accident that occurred in Montréal
  • Tax account statement
  • Assessment statement
  • Information on by-laws
  • Requests and complaints concerning traffic, policing within borough limits, maintenance of streets and green spaces, etc.
  • Payment of municipal taxes
  • Parking permits

New payment instructions

For security reasons, service counters and administrative offices in various facilities, including Accès Verdun offices, will not accept cash payments of more than $500.

Thus, to pay tickets, fees for various local services (ex. permits, registration for activities, etc.) or a tax account totalling more than $500, citizens must use one of the following methods of payment:

  • Cheque
  • Interac debit card
  • Bank draft
  • Internet service through the citizen’s banking institution
  • City Internet service for the payment of tickets (online services)
  • Credit card (Visa or MasterCard) – except tax accounts that cannot be paid by credit card







It’s also an extensive documentation centre

  • Maps and plans
  • Request for low-rent housing
  • Agendas and minutes of borough council meetings
  • City council agendas
  • Program of cultural as well as sports and recreation activities
  • Flyers, brochures and other documents on municipal management (agendas, minutes) and services pertaining to housing, taxation, urban development, the environment, public works, socioeconomic profiles, etc.