Transition to yellow zone – Changes to municipal services as of June 14
The City of Pointe-Claire wishes to inform you of changes that will be made to municipal services following the Québec government’s announcement of the region’s transition to yellow as of Monday, June 14, in compliance with pandemic-related health directives.
Public City Council and Demolition Committee meetings
Meetings with public attendance will resume as of July 6. In keeping with Public Health guidelines, the Council Chamber will welcome a maximum of 11 people. Due to this limited number, access for Pointe-Claire taxpayers and residents will be prioritized and we encourage citizens to designate one person per address, per family or per group to represent them at the meeting. The maximum capacity will evolve in accordance with the directives issued by the competent authorities. The meetings will begin at 7 p.m. and the doors at City Hall will open at 6:30 p.m. The places will be filled on a first come, first served basis.
To ensure that everyone’s questions are answered during the public City Council meetings, the form remains available on the City’s website, until further notice. The deadline for submitting questions is noon on the day of the meeting. Council meetings can be viewed live or at a later time at: https://www.pointe-claire.ca/en/council-meetings/.Outdoor activities
As of June 11, supervised non-contact sports and leisure activities will be permitted in groups of up to 25 people. As of June 14, still in relation to supervised activities, brief contact will be permitted for authorized leagues and matches, based on health guidelines.
As of June 14, up to 12 people from 12 different households will be able to take part, together, in outdoor activities with brief contact.
Open paddling activities will continue. Pre-registration is mandatory on the LUDIK platform. Consult the Recreational program for full details.
Indoor sports and leisure
The Aquatic Centre will offer an eight-week summer session, from July 5 to August 27, in accordance with health guidelines. Registration will begin on June 22 for residents, and on June 29 for non-residents. Locker rooms will be accessible for changing. To consult the programming, go to Programming.
Lap swimming, recreational swimming and public skating will continue. The maximum capacity will evolve in accordance with the guidelines in effect. Pre-registration is mandatory on the LUDIK platform.
Outdoor and indoor gatherings on private property
Outdoor gatherings are permitted for a maximum of eight people from different residences or all of the occupants of two residences. Distancing measures must continue to be strictly applied.
Garage sales will also be permitted as of June 14, while following physical distancing. For full details, go to the Garage sale page.
Indoor gatherings are limited to the occupants of two residences. Distancing measures and the wearing of a mask or face covering must continue to be strictly applied.
All MULTI cards expiring between January 1, 2020 and September 29, 2021, will be considered valid until September 30, 2021. We invite you to renew your card today to avoid the crowds in September!
To find out about all of the measures in effect, go to quebec.ca/coronavirus.
Thank you for continuing to be prudent.