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Public works

Roadwork planned for (2015)Scheduled for
Levelling and paving
  • 13e Avenue, between Saint-Louis and Notre-Dame
  • 15e Avenue, between Saint-Louis and Notre-Dame
  • 52e Avenue, between Dixie and Sherbrooke
  • 52e Avenue, between boulevard Saint-Joseph and 53e Avenue
  • Rue Acadia, between 46e and 50e avenues
  • 13e Avenue, between Saint-Louis and Notre-Dame
  • Croissant de Holon
  • Rue Louis-A. Amos, between Courval and Onésime-Gagnon
  • Rue George-V, between boulevard Saint-Joseph and William-MacDonald
August 2015
Pulverization and stabilization of paving
  • 10e Avenue, between Saint-Joseph and Saint-Louis
  • 56e Avenue, between René-Huguet and Victoria
  • Rue du Fort-Rolland, between 36e and 39e avenues
  • Rue Saint-Antoine, between Saint-Antoine and Résidence Patterson)
September 2015
Reconstruction of waterworks, sewers, sidewalks
  • Rue Sir-Georges-Simpson, between 46e and 48e avenues
  • 48e Avenue, between Acadia and Victoria
  • Rue Saint-Antoine, between 13e and 16e avenues
  • 6e Avenue, between Provost and Saint-Antoine
June 2015
July 2015
September 2015
Waterworks rehabilitation
  • 45e avenue, between Sherbrooke and Sir-Georges-Simpson
  • 46e Avenue, between Sherbrooke and Sir-Georges-Simpson
  • 47e Avenue, between Sherbrooke and Sir-Georges-Simpson
May 2015
Sewer rehabilitation
  • Boul. Saint-Joseph, between 27e and 32e avenues
  • Rue William-MacDonald, between 1re and 6e avenues
  • 23e Avenue, corner Notre-Dame northbound
  • 24e Avenue, corner Notre-Dame northbound
To be announced
Complete redevelopment of the intersection
  • 6e Avenue, corner chemin du Musée
  • Chemin du Canal, corner chemin du Musée
Fall 2015
Parking
  • Grovehill parking lot, corner Provost and 32e Avenue
Fall 2015

Frozen pipes

If you are facing a problem with frozen pipes, you must first determine whether the frozen pipes are indoor or outdoor ones:

  • Indoor pipes: If the water is running from one of the faucets (taps) in the building, that means the problem is affecting only the indoor pipes. In that case, you must contact your plumber or an appropriate specialist.
  • Outdoor pipes: If no water at all is running from the taps, there is good reason to believe that the problem lies with the outdoor pipes. In that case, contact the Borough by phoning 311 and report the problem. A Borough employee will come and take note of the facts. If he finds that the problem comes under the responsibility* of the Borough, the employee will then take the necessary steps to proceed with unthawing the public portion of the water supply service, at no charge to the owner.

*Please note: The responsibility for unthawing the pipes must first be established. The criteria for determining this responsibility are complex: the impact of renovations or construction work, the age of the building, compliance with municipal bylaws, the location where the pipe is frozen, etc. (Pipes running from the building to the water shut-off valve outside come under the responsibility of the resident.)

Street cleaning

A truck that cleans the streets(April 1 to November 15)

To facilitate street cleaning, the following parking regulations apply:

  • West of 32e Avenue:
    Alternate-side parking is in effect Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., with the exception of boulevard Saint-Joseph, 45e Avenue (commercial section), and rue Provost and rue Victoria near 32e Avenue.
  • East of 32e Avenue:
    Alternate-side parking is in effect on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. On rue Provost and rue Notre-Dame, alternate-side parking is in effect Mondays and Wednesdays from 7 to 9 a.m.

However, all other traffic signage on the street must be obeyed (no stopping, no parking, parking of limited duration, reserved parking, etc.).

Drinking water

What to do if tap water is discoloured?

Before you call 311, make sure the following situations do not apply to you:

  • If water is red or brown, just let the cold water run until it is clear again. This was probably caused by the use of fire hydrants or valves in your area.
  • If water smells or tastes bad, you should contact the water filtration plant (514 637-3512) instead of public works.
  • If your basement is flooding, please contact the fire department by calling 911. They can help you get rid of the excess water.