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Public Square Project at St. Joachim's Church

The Ville de Châteauguay invites all residents to an information evening on the public square project planned in front of Saint-Joachim Church on Wednesday, October 23, at 7 p.m., inside the church itself (1, D’Youville Blvd)

A resolution adopted at the Council meeting on Monday, June 17, authorized the Direction des finances to initiate the process for the adoption of a borrowing by-law in the amount of $2,500,000 for the development of this public square. Before awarding a contract for the project design and the preparation of plans and specifications, the City wants to gather ideas and inspiration from church goers, local residents, as well as from the entire municipality, local artists and various stakeholders interested in the site’s development. 

The objective of the meeting of October 23 is to officially launch the public consultation process planned on the redevelopment of this common space in the subsequent weeks. All participation details and other relevant dates for this consultation will be announced on the same date. 

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It was resolved at the Municipal Council meeting on Monday, June 17, 2019 (French only):

« Autorisation à la Direction des finances d'enclencher le processus relativement à l'adoption d'un règlement d'emprunt d'un montant de 2 500 000 $ concernant l'aménagement d'une place publique et d'une piste cyclable à l'église Saint-Joachuim ainsi que le processus d'appel d'offres visant l'octroi d'un mandat à une firme externe en vue de finaliser la conception du projet et la réalisation des plans et des devis. »

Drawings were presented at the same meeting, to give a vague idea of what the project might look like. Please note that the images below are an example. The final project could be different:

Last update: 2019-10-16 09:28