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Mobile apps

  • The Montréal – Resident Services

    The Montréal – Resident Services

    The Montréal – Resident Services app is free and easy to use. The app enables you to ask the city to address the following situations: potholes, graffiti, broken street lights, damaged street furniture, cleanliness issues and tree branch collections .The app is currently being tested in 8 boroughs: Côte-des-Neiges–Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Le Sud-Ouest, Pierrefonds-Roxboro, Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles, Rosemont–La-Petite-Patrie, Saint-Laurent, Verdun et Ville-Marie.

    You can create a personalized account and have customized access to city services on iOS and Android. Stay tuned for new features: emergency alerts, notifications and much more!

  • Mon RésoVélo

    Réso Vélo

    Mon RésoVélo is a free app that collects information about your bike travels. The data collected is used to learn more about Montréal cyclists in order to plan bike paths around their routes. With this app, you can also view a map of Montréal’s bike path network.

    Learn more

  • Branché

    Branché

    Branché is an app about trees in the city. It’s linked to a municipal database and enables you to identify more than 200,000 trees by your location. The species of trees that you are seeing is automatically displayed on your screen.

    Learn more

More citizen apps!

Dozens of citizen (in French) apps are available, most of them developed by Montréal designers using the city’s open data.

Latest app: Travel through time with the Montréal Avant app! (in French) See before and after photos and a description of more than 200 places across Montréal.