Ongoing files

Here are the files at the Municipality that might interest you.


 

New French Elementary School

On June 20, 2023, the Ministère de l’Éducation du Québec announced the construction of a new school in Chelsea. Since then, progress has been made. Consult the updated case and relevant documents below.

 

LAST UPDATE

July 5, 2024 - A new school in Chelsea for 2026

 


Calendar

First application submitted
March 2019
Bill 40 is passed
December 2020
General Management is mandated to review the file in collaboration with the CSSPO
March 2022
Revised file submitted
September 2022
Official announcement by MNA Robert Bussière
June 2023
Designation of the target site in accordance with CSSPO criteria
September 2023
After analysis, the CSSPO concluded that the school could be built near chemin Cécil and chemin du Relais.
April 2024
Negotiations for the acquisition of land with a view to construction
April 2024
Transfer of land to the CSSPO
Fall 2024
Official opening
Fall 2026

 

Work on Chemin de la Rivière

At a cost of $12 million, the rehabilitation work along Chemin de la Rivière will cover more than 6 km and should be completed by 2024.  The work includes, among other things, the complete and partial rehabilitation of certain sections, the redevelopment of the Voie Verte intersection, replacing guardrails, and several improvements for active transportation.

 

LAST UPDATE

Work resumed on June 3rd, 2024. Hindrances updates are available on the Road Works Web page.

 

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Access to the River

The Municipality wants to provide public access to the Gatineau River. The Council and Administration are currently working to complete this project as quickly as possible.

 

LAST UPDATE

The Municipality is conducting feasibility and environmental studies at the sites selected by the Council. These studies will assess the facilities required to ensure the proposed accesses are user-friendly and safe.

 

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Wastewater and Drinking Water Plants

The Municipality plans to upgrade its wastewater and drinking water treatment plants to improve the quality of services and support the area's development.

 

LAST UPDATE

July 5, 2024 - Moratorium on new construction to preserve the current capacity of the drinking water network

 

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