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Review of the Planning Program – Participate in the first collaborative workshop

The City of Pointe-Claire invites citizens to participate in a first collaborative workshop, which will take place as part of its Planning Program review process. The event will be held on Wednesday, March 15, at 7 p.m. at the Arthur-É-Séguin chalet. Reservation is required (facility easily accessible to all).

This first conversation will be about the transformation of the built environment. This is an opportunity to discuss your vision of the future of the City of Pointe-Claire.

Between now and our meeting on March 15, we invite you to regularly visit the Pointe-Claire, it’s who we are! site. Information clips will be added to inform, initiate reflection on some challenges or even engage dialogue on possible solutions that will contribute to shape the future of Pointe-Claire.

Note: there are a limited number of places. To participate, please reserve your place by Thursday, March 9, at 4 p.m. by filling out the form on the Pointe-Claire, it’s who we are! platform.

This collaborative workshop is reserved for citizens. On the day of the workshop, a proof of residency will be required.

Valid proof of residency :

  • Driver license
  • MULTI Card
  • Municipal tax statement
  • Utility bill (Hydro-Québec, Vidéotron, Bell, etc.)

Pointe-Claire, it’s who we are platform

Citizens are also invited to participate in the first online activity about the City’s development vision.

Throughout 2023, public workshops and consultation activities will be held in view of the review of the City’s Planning Program. To collaborate and be informed at each step of the consultation process, we invite you to subscribe to the Pointe-Claire, it’s who we are! platform. Become an active and involved collaborator in reviewing the Planning Program and its by-laws!

Pointe-Claire Planning Program

The Planning Program is the main urban planning management tool for the City as a whole. It presents the land use planning vision and directions, which then translate into the planning by-laws and an action plan.


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