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Damage to sprinkler systems and other private encroachments

The City of Côte Saint-Luc reminds residents that the City does not repair any private encroachment, such as sprinkler systems damaged as a result of road repair, reconstruction, snow removal or street cleaning. Encroachments are defined as anything installed, constructed or planted within the public road allowance that was not installed, constructed or planted by […]

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Council meeting on Monday, August 10

A meeting of the Côte Saint-Luc City Council takes place on Monday, August 10, 2020, at 8pm. Meeting will take place by videoconference. Ask questions in advance at questionperiod@cotesaintluc.org before Monday, August 10 at 5pm. Watch livestream More information about this meeting

Draftsman (Geomatics)

The city of Côte Saint-Luc is a dynamic municipality on the island of Montreal with a population of approximately 33 000. The city prides itself on providing the highest level of services to its residents at a reasonable cost. We are currently looking for a Draftsman (Geomatics). Role: Under the supervision of the Manager of […]

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Côte Saint-Luc Public Library reopens to the public on July 27 2020

Gradually Reopening, Keeping Everyone Safe Starting July 27, the library will reopen gradually to keep patrons and staff safe. Here’s what you need to know about visiting the library: A library membership is required. Library members must schedule a visit by calling 514-485-6900, press 3 or completing the form at CSLLibrary.org/SchedulingVisits Visiting times will be […]

I.T. Support Technician

The city of Côte Saint-Luc is a dynamic municipality on the island of Montreal with a population of approximately 33 000. The city prides itself on providing the highest level of services to its residents at a reasonable cost. Entering the first phase of a migration to Microsoft Office 365, the city is recruiting for […]

Full closure of Abraham de Sola on July 14 and July 15

Abraham de Sola Street will be closed. Detours through David Lewis Street.  Pedestrians will still be able to walk on the street.  Duration of impact: Tuesday, July 14 and Wednesday July 15 – Full days 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cause of impact: Installation of permanent asphalt.