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View of Lake Saint-Louis will be wider

Work begins to improve Grande-Anse Park

The City of Pointe-Claire informs residents that work to improve Grande-Anse Park will begin today, with the view of Lake Saint-Louis to be widened thanks to the demolition of an obsolete shed.

“The work to revitalize Grande-Anse Park is intended to provide Pointe-Claire residents with better access to boating activities, leading to greater participation on the part of the population,” says Mayor Morris Trudeau. “The work now being carried out will also give us something that everyone will enjoy, a wider view of Lake Saint-Louis.”

A new, convenient and discreet storage system will be set up near facilities for the masts of boaters who have reserved a space at the sailing base. This system will become available over the next few weeks.

Open to users since May 7, the sailing base provides registered boaters with wet mooring and shuttle services as well as rented self-serve dry mooring spaces for sailboats, canoes, kayaks and catamarans.

As part of the process of ongoing improvement of public facilities, service docks will also be modified. Studies carried out in 2017 will focus on renovating the main building, creating a new storage area to be used by recreational boaters during the boating season, and redesigning Grande-Anse Park.

Work to demolish the obsolete shed will continue throughout the week.

For more information on services offered at Grande-Anse Park, go to www.www.pointe-claire.ca and click on Sailing Base in the Recreation section.


Source: City of Pointe-Claire
Information: 514-630-1200, communications@pointe-claire.ca