| News

Pointe-Claire Village – Public consultation on the Village Code

The Mayor of the City of Pointe-Claire, John Belvedere, invites residents to attend the public consultation on the Village Code project, the new planning by-laws for Pointe-Claire Village, on Monday, February 12, at 7:30 p.m. in the Council Chamber at City Hall, located at 451 Saint-Jean Boulevard.

“This public consultation will allow our planning experts to present the Village Code project and for everyone to voice their opinions, comments, and recommendations about this document if they so choose. All ideas and opinions will be fully heard and valued, and City Council members will examine and take them into consideration,” stated Mayor John Belvedere.

The goal of the Village Code is to centralize, simplify, and illustrate various planning by-laws for Pointe-Claire Village in terms of zoning, subdivision, site planning, and architectural integration. It contains ten themed files focused on the different areas of the village and their special features, specifically the village core, entrances, and defining residential neighbourhoods, to create a pleasant, dynamic, human-scale environment that respects our heritage.

This initiative, based on the Pointe-Claire Village Special Planning Program (SPP), is part of our vision to protect and enhance the village in order to make it a prime destination in the West Island by preserving its attractions, its distinctive heritage identity, and its strong roots in the community.

To register for the public consultation or to send your comments about the Village Code, please contact us at 514-630-1200 or communications@pointe-claire.ca.

The Village Code is available online.


Information: 514-630-1200, communications@pointe-claire.ca