Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Municipal buildings closed and events cancelled until May 1, 2020
The mayor of the City of Pointe-Claire, John Belvedere, announces the extended closure of municipal buildings and the cancellation of scheduled events at least until May 1 to limit the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), in accordance with the preventive measures ordered by the Québec government.
“This is an exceptional situation that requires cooperation from each and every one of us to be able to save lives and get back to normal as soon as possible,” Mayor John Belvedere said.
Closed establishments are:
- Aquatic Centre
- Stewart Hall Cultural Centre
- Noël-Legault Community Centre
- Recreation building (94 Douglas-Shand Avenue)
- Nautical Activities building
- City Hall (a counter open for deliveries)
- Inspection – Public Security (a counter open for deliveries)
- All park chalets (including the Senior Centre at the Arthur-Séguin Chalet)
These closures and cancellations are subject to change depending on how the situation develops.
All gatherings remain prohibited until further notice from the Québec government. Play structures, outdoor training areas and sports fields are also closed. Parks, green spaces and dog parks remain accessible, without gathering and while keeping a distance of two metres from others, as required by governments.
Essential municipal services are maintained. These mainly include public security services; emergency services for roads, sewers and the water supply system; building maintenance; and communications and administrative services. Collections are maintained according to the regular schedule.
Citizens are asked to use the City’s website wherever possible to obtain services, apply for a permit, complete requests or report a situation through the Voilà! Signalement app. Delays in response times are to be expected.
Information: 514-630-1200, email@example.com