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History and Heritage

Buildings - Verdun City Hall

Verdun City Hall (old)

Verdun 's former city hall dates from 1908. It was located at 471, rue de l'Église. The structure now houses the Centres jeunesses du Sud-Ouest de Montréal.

Inaugurated in 1958, the new building was designed by architect J.-Armand Dutrisac. Neoclassical in style, the six-story building is similar in appearance to Shawinigan's town hall.

Verdun City Hall (new)

(old building)
471, rue de l'Église
(the new borough hall)
4555, rue de Verdun

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