Due to the evolution of the pandemic and the measures announced by the Gouvernment of Québec on January 6, administrative offices remain closed to the public.
However, please note that practically all services to residents are maintained. We invite you to consult the list below for details and procedures to follow.
In order to adapt to the measures announced by the Gouvernment of Québec, the library had to modify its hours of operation.
New opening hours from January 9 to February 8:
Tuesday and Thursday, from 1:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Contactless loan service
Contactless document loan service remain available. Simply select the books you wish to borrow via the catalog and pick them up when they are ready.
Is it possible to come and study at the library?
It may also be possible to make an appointment outside of opening hours to come and study. To make a request, please contact us at 819 827-4019 or by email at email@example.com.
To adjust to the situation, some changes may be made.
Parks and outdoor rinks remain open. However, gatherings are prohibited.
With the new guidelines issued by the Gouvernment of Québec on January 6, a few changes and new instructions apply:
Issuing and renewing permits and certificates continue. However, all applications must be sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more details, visit the Permits and Certificates page.
It is currently impossible to meet a member of the municipal staff in person. However, the staff remains available by email or telephone. You can consult the Municipal Staff page to obtain the contact information of the person you wish to reach.
Council and committees meetings continue to be held in virtual mode. There will be no face-to-face meetings between citizen groups and municipal officials.
The payment of your taxes can be made:
All community centers remain closed.
Interior and exterior inspections are suspended until further notice without penalty to the owners. When the situation returns to normal, municipal inspectors will follow up with the affected homeowners.
Radon testing and the H2O program remain suspended for the time being.