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Let’s Celebrate Halloween safely!

In keeping with the recommendations issued by the Government of Québec concerning Halloween celebrations, Ville de Châteauguay is pleased to announce that trick-or-treating will be allowed in our territory on October 31st.

Children can go from house to house to collect goodies, but certain health and safety instructions must be followed:

October 21: COVID-19 mobile walk-in testing clinic in Châteauguay

The Centre intégré de santé et de services sociaux de la Montérégie-Ouest announces the deployment of a mobile COVID-19 testing clinic in Châteauguay on Wednesday, 

Inspection of fire hydrants in Ville de Châteauguay

Ville de Châteauguay wishes to inform the public that the Direction des travaux publics et de l’hygiène du milieu will conduct an inspection of the fire hydrants in its territory from October 19 to November 13. This preventive operation is to ensure that the equipment is in good working order and meets fire safety standards.

Red alert: The City adopts several measures to uphold citizen services

Following the Legault government’s announcement that the alert level in the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal will increase to red, the City is implementing several measures to ensure service continuity for the citizens from October 1 to 28. 

The Quartier des femmes receives financial assistance for the Cultivons Châteauguay project

 

The Châteauguay organization Quartier des femmes has received a grant of $61,279 from the Table de concertation régionale de la Montérégie (TCRM) for its Cultivons Châteauguay project.

 

New speed limits in effect this fall

This fall, new speed limits come into effect in Châteauguay, going from 50 km/h to 40 km/h in residential streets.

On waterfront streets such as D'Youville and Salaberry boulevards, as well as part of chemin de la Haute-Rivière (from rue Principale to boulevard Primeau), the speed limit will be 30 km/h, the same as near schools and playgrounds.

Châteauguay in orange zone: cancellation of outdoor events

Considering that the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal (which includes Châteauguay) is now in the orange zone, gatherings in public places are limited to a maximum of 25 people. Therefore, the City is canceling the following events:

- The opening of the exhibition of the “Châteauguay... What a story!" photo contest, scheduled for Saturday, September 26 at the Espace Gravel. The winners will be announced next week.

Saturday, October 3: Non-perishable food drive at the Agora and Metro Plus

A non-perishable food drive, organized by the Châteauguay Food Bank, will take place on Saturday, October 3 at the Agora (75, boul. Maple).

Exceptionally, due to COVID-19, volunteers will not go through the doors to collect food. A drop-off point will be set up at the Agora, where people are invited to drive-up, stay in their car, open the trunk and then let a volunteer take the donation from the car.  

3 new docks installed at Joseph-Laberge, de la Commune and Marcel-Seers parks

le quai au parc Joseph-Laberge

3 new docks to access the Châteauguay River have been installed. For a few days now, Marcel-Seers, de la Commune and Joseph-Laberge parks have been equipped with facilities allowing you to launch a small boat, such as a kayak, or simply to contemplate the river up close! Our river has become more accessible!

Use of the docks is free. Enjoy it!

This initiative is part of the projects of the Trame verte et bleue, carried out thanks to the financial participation of the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal (CMM) and the Quebec government.

Ville de Châteauguay hires Maître Paul G. Brunet as interim City Manager

Paul G. Brunet

Ville de Châteauguay is pleased to announce that Maître Paul G. Brunet will be the new interim City Manager, succeeding current City Manager Maître Nancy Poirier, who will be stepping down on September 11.  

With his extensive experience in the municipal setting and in-depth knowledge of the specific issues facing Châteauguay, Brunet will be able to offer his expertise for a smooth transition during the recruitment of the next city manager, which is expected in the next three months.