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New electric charging stations: Working together for a greener city!

Pointe-Claire has taken another step in its energy transition with the installation of 42 level 2 electric charging stations in seven municipal parking lots. This installation phase, which began on Monday June 17, continue until the end of September.

Electric vehicle owners will be able to use the charging stations when visiting municipal buildings. The seven charging points will be installed in the following parking lots:

  • Recreation building (94 Douglas-Shand Avenue)
  • Central Library (100 Douglas-Shand Avenue)
  • City Hall (451 Saint-Jean Boulevard)
  • Public Works yard (50 Terra-Cotta Avenue)
  • Edgewater Park (246 Du Bord-du-Lac – Lakeshore Road)
  • Aquatic Centre (60 Maywood Avenue)
  • Olive-Urquhart Sports Centre (230 Brunswick Boulevard)

Parking lots will remain accessible while these charging stations are being installed. The installation work will only take up a few spaces.

This expansion of the public charging network is part of the City’s commitment to sustainable development and the deployment of actions to preserve the environment for the benefit of present and future generations. As part of the Hydro-Québec network, these charging stations support the use of electric vehicles in our community.

Residents will be invited to take advantage of these new facilities between now and September and be a helping hand in the transition towards a cleaner, more sustainable future for all.

Engineering Department
514-630-1208, ingenierie@pointe-claire.ca