held Thursday at 7 h 30 pm
at the City Hall , 803 chemin d’Oka.
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During the week of September 25, between 10 pm and 5 am, the Ministry of Transport, Sustainable Mobility and Transportation Electrification wants to inform road users of the partial closure of Boulevard des Promenades at the height of the staging decks of Autoroute 640 in Deux-Montagnes. This intervention is required as part of annual maintenance work on the road network structures.
In case of operational constraints or unfavorable weather conditions, work could be postponed.
For information, contact Québec 511 Info Transports.
Following the spring floods in 2017, the mayor of Deux-Montagnes, Denis Martin, launched a petition asking for the construction of a dike on the shores of Lac des Deux-Montagnes in an area that remains to be defined. This type of dike helps to prevent, or at least reduce, the consequences of water floods.
Citizens wishing to sign the petition can do so by presenting themselves at City Hall at 803 chemin d’Oka from Monday to Thursday from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm and Friday from 8:30 am to noon or the municipal library at 200 Henri Dunant Street, Monday to Friday from 1 pm to 8 pm, Saturday from 10 am to 4:30 pm and Sunday from 1 pm to 4:30 pm.
From September 11, 2017, the temporary office of the Department of Public Safety at City Hall at 803 chemin d’Oka will be open:
Exceptionally during the construction period of chemin d’Oka, the currently one-way areas of the 3rd and 4th Avenues between chemin d’Oka and Henri-Dunant Street will be open to traffic in both directions.
If you have any questions regarding the work, please contact the direction of the city’s Land management department at 450 473-4688 extension 27.
Many students will soon be crossing the streets, drivers must be very careful and patient on the road and respect road signs. Drivers must be particularly alert in school zones, where traffic is moving slowly. Remember the speed limit in school zones is 30 km/h.
If you wish to drive your children to school, make sure to park your vehicle where parking is permitted. Do not block private driveways, crosswalks or streets and obey flashing lights on buses and stop signs.
To avoid road congestion near schools, you can encourage your children to walk instead of driving them. Keeping children active is beneficial to their health. Trained crossing guards can be found along school routes to help your children cross at intersections to ensure their safety.