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Frequently asked questions

  • While it is not necessary to obtain a permit, three garage sale weekends are scheduled in one year. We would like to remind residents that the garage sale must be held on private property and not in the public roadway, between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. The 2011 dates are Saturday and Sunday, June 4 and 5, July 2 and 3 and September 10 and 11.


  • Garbage collection takes place on Thursdays and Fridays, depending on the area in which you live. Holidays: 450.698.3150

  • The collection of recyclable materials (paper, card board, plastic, metal, glass) takes place on Monday, every week. For more information on the collection, please visit Garbage collection and recycling or call 450.698.3150.

  • Check with local businesses that recycle products. You can also consult the MRC de Roussillon web site at www.mrcroussillon.qc.ca, and then click on the Matières résiduelles tab

  • Appliances (excluding refrigeration equipment: refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, etc.), old furniture, water heaters, etc. are collected with the regular household garbage. The RECYC-FRIGO ENVIRONNEMNE program collects old refrigerators and freezers, under certain conditions; for information or to make an appointment, call 1 888 525.0930 (new number since January 1, 2011), or visit the Web site www.recyc-frigo.com. You can also bring materials to the Ecocentre, located at 224 Industriel Boulevard, in Châteauguay.

  • Residents of Châteauguay can dispose of materials that are not picked up in the regular garbage collection such as large items, construction or demolition materials, hazardous household wastes (HWW), wood, earth, clothing, appliances, etc., at the ECOCENTRE located at 224 Industriel Blvd. It opens every day of the week. Residents of Châteauguay are entitled to 3 free visits annually. A proof of residency is required. After 3 visits, a charge will be applied per volume. A proof of residency is required. For any additional information, contact the ECOCENTRE at 450.699.9401.

Chateauguay magazine

  • The Châteauguay Magazine is published monthly and distributed free to every home in Châteauguay at the beginning of each month, by Canada Post. It is also available for download in digital (PDF) format.

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  • Sunday closed

    Monday and Tuesday from noon to 8 p.m.

    Wednesday and Thursday from noon to 6 p.m.

    Friday and a Saturday from noon to 5 p.m.

    From June 24 to Labour day:

    Sunday closed

    Monday to Thursday from noon to 6 p.m.

    Friday from noon to 5 p.m.

    Saturday closed

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Permits department

  • While it is not necessary to obtain a permit, three garage sale weekends are scheduled in one year. We would like to remind residents that the garage sale must be held on private property and not in the public roadway, between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. It is important to remember that the posting of signs off-site is FORBIDDEN. The 2017 dates are Saturday and Sunday, May 27 and 28, July 8 and 9, and September 9 and 10.

  • Compare your street address with the dates on a calendar. The even number days are reserved for residences with a civic number that is even and the odd number days are reserved for residences with a civic number that is odd. It is permitted to water from 9 p.m. to midnight. These restrictions apply to the watering of flowers, plants and lawns as well as filling swimming pools and washing cars. Changes may be made to the schedule on some very hot days and due to major construction. The City of Châteauguay will advise residents should the need arise.

  • Installations such as walls less than 1 metre in height, fences and hedges do not require a permit but must respect certain standards. For more information, contact the (City Planning & Permits Department) Division urbanisme et permis at 450.698.3260.

  • It is no longer necessary to obtain a permit for a shed, green house or gazebo that are accessories to a single-family home. However, municipal bylaws must be respected. For more information, contact the (City Planning & Permits Department) Division urbanisme et permis at 450.698.3260. You can also stop by the City Planning & Permits Department counter, at 5 D'Youville Boulevard, from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1:15 to 5 p.m., from Monday to Thursday. Please note that the office is closed Friday afternoons.

  • Before installing an in-ground or above-ground swimming pool you must obtain a permit. Note that an outdoor pool must be fenced-in. For more information, contact the City Planning & Permits Department (Division urbanisme et permis) at 450.698.3260.

  • In Châteauguay, dogs must wear a collar. Licenses have a duration of one year and you must have one for each dog. There is a maximum of two dogs per housing unit. For more information, contact the Police Department (Service de police) at 450.698.1331.

  • You can pay a ticket at the Municipal Court, located at 265 D'Anjou Boulevard, Suite 101.  For more information, contact the Municipal Court at  450.698.3246.

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Town Clerck

  • The offices of the Town Clerk or Mayor can swear you in, at no charge for residents of Châteauguay, at City Hall, 5 D'Youville Boulevard.  You must telephone in advance to make an appointment at  450.698.3054 or 450.698.3008. The individual who is making the declaration must come in person to sigh before the commissioner of oaths.

  • The domicile or residence is a question of fact that municipal officers do not control. They can however certify that a person is domiciled or resides at one location or another. The Town Clerk or commissioner of oaths can also witness the declaration of an individual to the effect that they solemnly declare that they are domiciled or that they reside in Châteauguay. Please call the town clerk's office for an appointment at 450.698.3054.

  • The assessment roll is available on the Internet.  Refer to the online service at home page on the web site. You can also consult the section of the Municipality and its regulations/Assessment Roll.  Information on the designation of the building, the area of the lot, the cadastre, the evaluation, etc., are available.

  • General information on the demography, socio-economic, housing, companies, territory, bylaws, etc. are available from the Document Management Department (Service de la gestion documentaire) at 450.698.3052.

  • To obtain a subsistence certificate (which certifies that you are alive as of today's date) telephone the office of the town clerk: 450.698.3054 to set up an appointment. The Town Clerk or his assistant can issue a subsistence certificate but cannot give a certificate of residency (certify that you life at a certain address). There is a charge of $5 per certificate.

Town Hall

  • Since January 2010, the Town Council meetings are held on Mondays, at 7:30 p.m., in the Municipal Council Chambers at 265 D'Anjou Boulevard, suite 106. The Municipal Council meetings are held on the first and third Monday of each month, except in January and August, the third meeting only, and in July, the first one only, and unless otherwise advised. They are held at 7:30 p.m. in the Municipal Council Chambers at 265 D'Anjou Boulevard, suite 106. Residents can attend the meetings and a question period is set aside.

  • Les bureaux de l'hôtel de ville sont ouverts du lundi au jeudi, de 8 h 30 à midi et de 13 h 15 à 17 h, et le vendredi de 8 h 30 à midi.

Transport

Last update: 2011-09-13 09:42