The administration’s main function is to coordinate and oversee the activities of all city departments according to priorities determined by Council. The City Manager General, Associate City Managers, department directors and the Council collaborate to define the short and long term objectives for the city and work together to achieve them. Here is a list of city departments and the person in charge.

City Management

The City Manager is the link between Council and city staff. Along with the Associate City Manager, the City Manager is responsible for ensuring that Council requests are carried out in an efficient and professional manner.

  • Jonathan Shecter, City Manager, Director of Legal Services and City Clerk, [email protected], 514-485-6800 ext. 6891
  • Tanya Abramovitch, Associate City Manager – Urban Strategy, [email protected], 514-485-6945
  • Nadia Di Furia, Associate City Manager and Director of Human Resources, [email protected], 514-485-8645

Finance and Information Technology

The mission of the Finance Department is to present a complete and accurate statement of the City’s financial condition. It collects and transfers all funds due to the City, deposits and invests City funds, manages the City’s borrowings, and makes all disbursements, and provides IT tools for city staff, residents, and visitors.

  • Angelo Marino, Director of Finance and Information Technology and City Treasurer, [email protected], 514-485-6800 ext. 1102

Human Resources

The mission of the Human Resources Department is to help city departments attract, motivate, retain, manage, and develop qualified and productive employees.

  • Nadia Di Furia, Associate City Manager and Director of Human Resources, [email protected], 514-485-8645

Legal Affairs and Purchasing

The City’s General Counsel oversees and identifies the legal issues and safeguards adherence to City policies in all the City departments while identifying potential risks and offering recommendations. The mission of the Legal Affairs Office and Purchasing Department is to ensure that the City is receiving the best quality of goods and services at the lowest price.


The Eleanor London Côte Saint-Luc Public Library provides programs and services that contribute to the cultural and intellectual lives of residents. The library maintains an ever-expanding collection of books, audio-visual and electronic documents and much more.

Parks and Recreation

The Parks and Recreation Department maintains its installations and provides sports, leisure and culture activities to residents. It organizes community events throughout the year.

  • Cornelia Ziga, Director of Parks and Recreation, [email protected], 514-485-6806 ext. 2021

Public Affairs and Communications

The Department of Public Affairs and Communications manages city communications, media relations, produces internal and external publications, manages the city website and social media tools, and produces videos.

  • Darryl Levine, Director of Public Affairs and Communications, [email protected], 514-485-8905

Public Safety

The Public Safety Department assists in ensuring the safety of Côte Saint-Luc residents. It oversees Public Security, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Volunteer Citizens on Patrol (vCOP), Emergency Communications Centre and the emergency preparedness plan.

  • Philip Chateauvert, Director of Public Safety, [email protected] , 514-485-6800 ext. 5102

Public Works

The Public Works Department provides a quality environment for the City of Côte Saint-Luc and ensures that the City’s infrastructures and public spaces are safe, clean, and attractive.

Urban Development

The Urban Development Department includes the Divisions of Engineering and Urban Planning. It maintains and upgrades road and aqueduct infrastructure, issues permits for home renovations and is responsible for city planning bylaws such as zoning.

  • Charles Senekal, Director of Urban Development, [email protected], 514-485-6800 ext. 1502

Related content