Entries by comm3

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Statement regarding the passing of the Rt. Hon. Brian Mulroney

The City of Côte Saint-Luc mourns the passing of former Prime Minster of Canada, the Rt. Hon. Brian Mulroney. Serving as head of government from 1984 to 1993, Mr. Mulroney brought about policy changes that made their mark on Canada, most notably a free trade agreement with the United States, the goods and services tax, […]

Request for referendum approval – Second Draft By-law 2217-63 to amend the Zoning by-law n° 2217 to authorize additional uses in zone CD-9

PDF Format (171 KB) To: All interested persons having the right to sign a request to participate in a referendum: Object: Second Draft By-law numbered 2217-63 and entitled: “By-law to amend the Zoning by-law n° 2217 to authorize additional uses in zone CD-9.” 1. SECOND DRAFT BY-LAW AND APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL BY WAY OF REFERENDUM […]

Coming into force of demolition by-law 2345-4

PDF format (634 Ko) PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given by the Undersigned, Assistant City Clerk, that the Côte Saint-Luc City Council adopted, at its Regular Council Meeting held on February 12, 2024, by-law number 2345-4 entitled: “By-law to amend the by-law n° 2345 governing the demolition of buildings in order to adjust provisions related to […]

Coming into force of construction by-law 2593-2

PDF format (633 Ko) PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given by the Undersigned, Assistant City Clerk, that the Côte Saint-Luc City Council adopted, at its Regular Council Meeting held on February 12, 2024, by-law number 2593-2 entitled: “By-law to amend the construction by-law n°2593 to adjust certain provisions.” The object of the by-law is to amend […]

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New lawn watering rules

New lawn watering rules came into effect on December 20, 2023. The purpose of the by-law is to reduce the amount of water used on lawns. The by-law helps achieve this by limiting lawn watering to specific dates and setting a maximum water time.  NOTE: The City Council will be tabling amendments to the by-law […]

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City phone line not working

On Wednesday evening, City offices lost Internet service as well as phone service. That means that people calling our 24-hour Public Security telephone line weren’t able to request a temporary overnight parking permit. As such, we granted a city-wide overnight on-street parking tolerance. The Internet outage is ongoing as of Thursday at 8am. As such, […]

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Fleet Road lane reduction

Hydro-Québec will carry out emergency repair work at the intersection of Fleet Rd. and Queen Mary Rd. on Thursday, February 15 (4 p.m. to 11p.m.) and Friday, February 16 (8am to 12pm). As a result, eastbound Fleet Rd. heading towards Décarie Blvd. will be reduced to one lane.

Coming into force of Zoning By-law 2217-62

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given by the Undersigned, Assistant City Clerk, that the Côte Saint-Luc City Council adopted, at its Regular Council Meeting held on December 11, 2023, by-law number 2217-62 entitled: “By-Law to amend the Zoning By-Law no. 2217 of the City of Côte Saint-Luc in order to adjust norms pertaining to exterior siding […]

Coming into force of By-law no 2614

PDF Format (110 KB) PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given by the Undersigned, Assistant City Clerk, that the Côte Saint-Luc City Council adopted, at its Regular Council Meeting held on April 18, 2023, By-law number 2614 entitled: “By-law 2614 repealing by-law 2385 authorizing a loan of $50,000 for playground equipment and park facility upgrades for the […]