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  • While it is not necessary to obtain a permit, three garage sale weekends are scheduled in one year. We would like to remind residents that the garage sale must be held on private property and not in the public roadway, between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. It is important to remember that the posting of signs off-site is FORBIDDEN. The garage sale are usualy in May (journée nationale des patriotes) and September (Labor Day).

  • The Ville de Châteauguay reminds residents that at all times, they are required to comply with municipal regulations governing the use of drinking water. Hoses may only be used between 9 p.m. and midnight, on even days for even-numbered homes and on odd days for odd-numbered homes. Failure to comply with the regulations in force may result in a contravention ranging from $120 to $2,000. It is forbidden to water, some days of heatwave and modifications can be made during major work. The Ville de Châteauguay will then notify the residents.

  • Installations such as walls less than 1 metre in height, fences and hedges do not require a permit but must respect certain standards.

    For more information, contact the (City Planning & Permits Department) Division urbanisme et permis at 450 698-3260.

  • It is no longer necessary to obtain a permit for a shed, green house or gazebo that are accessories to a single-family home. However, municipal bylaws must be respected.

    You can find online information here:https://www.ville.chateauguay.qc.ca/sites/default/files/Remise_En.pdf

    For more information, contact the (City Planning & Permits Department) Division urbanisme et permis at 450 698-3260.

    You can also stop by the City Planning & Permits Department counter, at 5 D'Youville Boulevard, from 8:30 a.m. to noon and from 1:15 to 5 p.m., from Monday to Thursday. Please note that the office is closed Friday afternoons.

  • Before installing an in-ground or above-ground swimming pool you must obtain a permit. Note that an outdoor pool must be fenced-in.

    You can find online information here : https://www.ville.chateauguay.qc.ca/en/resume-piscines
    For more information, contact the City Planning & Permits Department (Division urbanisme et permis) at 450698-3260.

  • Yes. You can consult the web page about it here : https://www.ville.chateauguay.qc.ca/en/node/14782

  • You can pay a ticket at the Municipal Court, located at 265 D'Anjou Boulevard, Suite 101.  For more information, contact the Municipal Court at  450 698-3246.

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  • The offices of the town clerk or mayor can witness your oath. You have to present yourself at the town hall, located at 5 D’Youville Boulevard, during the hours in the schedule below. The individual who is making the declaration must come and sign before the commissioner for oaths and present a proof of identity with a photo. The cost is $5 per document.

    For more details, click here.

  • The domicile or residence is a question of fact that municipal officers do not control. They can however certify that a person is domiciled or resides at one location or another. The Town Clerk or commissioner of oaths can also witness the declaration of an individual to the effect that they solemnly declare that they are domiciled or that they reside in Châteauguay. Please call the town clerk's office for an appointment at 450 698-3054.

  • The assessment roll is available on the Internet here

    Information on the designation of the building, the area of the lot, the cadastre, the evaluation, etc., are available.

  • To obtain a subsistence certificate (which certifies that you are alive as of today's date) telephone the office of the town clerk: 450 698-3054 to set up an appointment. The Town Clerk or his assistant can issue a subsistence certificate but cannot give a certificate of residency (certify that you life at a certain address). There is a charge of $5 per certificate.

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Last update: 2011-09-13 09:42