This bylaw provides for the establishment and maintenance of parks, playgrounds and natural areas in the Rivière-des-Prairies-Pointe-Aux-Trembles borough.
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $270,000 to carry out work under the recreation and community centers rehabilitation program for the borough of Pointe-Aux-Trembles (Montréal).
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $3,500,000 to finance the acquisition of land for park purposes in the Ville-Marie borough (Montréal).
This regulation provides for a loan for the acquisition of street furniture.
This by-law provides for the construction of an aquatic center in Verdun borough in Montreal.
This regulation clarifies certain elements related to contaminants, waste and environmental assessment. It also prohibits anyone from obstructing or causing a nuisance on bicycle paths.
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $17,000,000 to finance the redevelopment of nature parks under the jurisdiction of the Urban Agglomeration Council of Montréal.
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $5,300,000 for the financing of park development works in Montréal.
This bylaw allows for the funding of the Borough Support Program to upgrade the 2016 Quebec Games hosting facilities and the 2017 World Police Fire Games (JMPP).
This bylaw authorizes the borrowing of $1,600,000 for landscaping work in various parks and green spaces in the borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro.
This bylaw provides for the development of new parks.
This bylaw: (1) modifies the built environment of Montréal by committing to developing parks, and; (2) supports physical activity by committing to installing sport and recreation infrastructure within parks.
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $4,385,000 for the development and redevelopment of parks in the Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles borough.
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $5,000,000 to finance the acquisition of land for park purposes in the downtown area of Montréal.
This bylaw authorizes a lona of 100,000,000 for the financing of infrastructure works to improve the drinking water service and reduce the harmful effects of wastewater on the environment and public health.
This regulation provides, among other things, for the protection and cleanliness of cycle paths, public parks and gardens and street furniture.
The purpose of this bylaw is to enable the financing of infrastructure works and upgrading the collection and purification of wastewater in order to prevent the contamination of drinking water.
This bylaw enhances the built environment by committing to the provision of street furniture.
This bylaw authorizes a loan for the acquisition of land for the creation of parks and public places in Griffintown.
This by-law provides for the reorganization of sidewalks for the development of a trail for the Le Cristallin Complex.
This by-law allows the realization of infrastructure works, development and redevelopment of the public domain and the acquisition of street furniture in the Frontenac sector.
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $10,000,000 for the financing of park development in Montréal
This bylaw provides for the construction and occupancy of an organic biomethanation treatment center to reduce the amount of organic matter and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $20,000,000 for the financing of park development in the City of Montréal.
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $900,000 for repairs to parks, sports plateaus and outdoor rinks in the LaSalle borough.
This bylaw RCQ 77 authorizes a loan of $325,000 for the redevelopment of Parc Goncourt in the Anjou borough.
This bylaw authorizes the construction and upgrading of water, sewer and road networks in the Avenue des Avenues sector of Bizard-Ste-Geneviève Island.
This regulation specifies the speed limits on the streets of the borough.
This bylaw authorizes loan of $2,700,000 to carry out the park development and redevelopment program in the Borough of Ahunstic-Cartierville.
This bylaw concerns the property, nuisances and parks of the Verdun Borough and more particularly security in the park, green spaces, street furniture and walking routes.
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $ 50,000,000 to finance the redevelopment of parks and cultural, sports and leisure facilities in Montréal.
Among other things, this by-law provides for the disposal of snow on the public domain so as not to impede pedestrian, cycle and vehicular routes. It provides for fines for offenders.
This bylaw is related to the transfer of lands for the purpose of establishing, maintaining and improving parks, playgrounds summer preservation of natural areas on the territory of the borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro, City of Montréal.
This bylaw commits to the development of parks in the borough of Côte-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grâce.
This byl-aw authorizes a loan to develop and re-develop parks in the Borough of Rivière-des-Prairies-Pointe-aux-Trembles, including improvements to outdoor sports facilities and playgrounds and equipment replacement.
This by-law provides for lighting work and the acquisition and installation of street furniture on the Promenade Fleury in Montréal.
This bylaw prohibits, at any time, the dumping of several contaminants into clean water. Standards for certain contaminants are presented.
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $8,200,000 for park development and redevelopment work in the borough of Saint-Laurent.
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $1,691,000 for the carrying out of park development work in the Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough.
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $1,225,000 to develop parks in the Borough of Anjou.
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $ 3,961,000 to carry out the redevelopment and park development program in the Ville -Marie borough.
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $1,000,000 for the development and redevelopment of parks in the Borough of Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles.
This bylaw modifies the built environment of Montréal by committing to the development of parks in the borough of Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles.
This bylaw supports physical activity by committing to the construction of the Eastern Community Centre in the borough of Pierrefonds-Roxboro.
This bylaw prohibits idling motor vehicles, in winter and summer, for more than 3 minutes. In the case of a heavy vehicle with a diesel engine, the allowable duration increased to 5 minutes. It is in force in all the districts of the city.
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $ 15,000,000 for the financing of land acquisitions for the purpose of completing the expansion of land for the purpose of expanding various parks.
This regulation requires users of pesticides to put up specific signs indicating that the area has been treated with pesticides.
This bylaw amends the municipal bylaw R.R.V.M., Chapter C-4.1, relating to traffic in order to prohibit the idling of motor vehicles for specified periods.
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $775,000 for the development of local parks in the Borough of Anjou.
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $ 2,200,000 for projects included in the 2005-2007 three-year capital works program, which includes park redevelopment and playground improvement programs, Arrondissement du Sud-Ouest de la Ville de Montréal.
This by-law provides for the development of green spaces and other related work for residential development.
This bylaw provides a loan to carry out work on the development of local parks.
This bylaw authorizes a loan of $1,215,000 to carry out park development work in the Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough.
This bylaw prohibits the application of pesticides outside buildings within the municipality and lists exceptions to the prohibition that include (but are not limited to) the maintenance of golf courses and bowling greens and to control infestations.
This by-law amends the by-law of the former Ville de Montréal concerning the borough of Côte-des-Neiges / Notre-Dame-de-Grâce by the added the words '' terrain sportif '' after the word parc.
The purpose of this bylaw is to provide general regulations governing the use of parks in Montréal. It prohibits the consumption of alcohol in parks except during special events authorized by the Director, which may allow for the consumption of alcoholic beverages in designated areas of the park.