The city encourages transparency through a variety of consultation and information processes that allow the public to stay informed and offer input, outside the framework of elections, on projects, policies and interventions that influence the living environment.
You are invited to take part in the various consultation processes and express your opinion.
Land use and city planning amendments are subject to public consultation meetings at which the draft by-law is explained and people who wish to speak up are heard.
Fruit of a collaboration between the Ville de Châteauguay and Hydro-Québec, the dismantling work initiated in fall 2020 of the Hydro-Québec 120 kV line that passes through the heart of Châteauguay is an opportunity for all citizens to think about the development of more than 7 km of natural and riparian environments. Protection of biodiversity, recreational and sports activities, arts and culture, ambiance… Each part of the corridor can offer a place for ideas submitted by the participants in the consultation.
On the theme Goodbye Pylons. Let’s design our green path through Châteauguay! , the City wants to hear your voice! Environment protection and biodiversity conservation, sports and recreational activities, arts and culture, atmospheres… Each part of the corridor may give way to the ideas submitted by the participant of the consultation.
The consultation period is now closed.
The results of this consultation will be accounted for and analyzed later in the fall so that the teams responsible for the project can then begin the development of visual concepts based on the ideas collected, and so that a complete report can be deposited in February 2022.
Thank you to all the participants.
After the consultation process launched last fall to gather ideas and inspiration from the users of the church, the local residents and people from all spheres of the municipality, the complete report by Conscience urbaine about the project for the public square is available for consultation.
At the city’s request, representatives of the Ministère des Transports, de la Mobilité durable et de l’Électrification des transports (MTMDET) came to present the results of the soundscape assessment study (in French only) affecting residents west of Boulevard Saint-Jean-Baptiste, along Autoroute 30, and those in the musicians’ district, east of the boulevard.