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Municipal By-Laws


person crossing the street with a bike

Road sharing is a matter that concerns drivers and cyclists as well as pedestrians. A number of traffic rules are in effect to protect everyone’s safety.

Applicable standards


There are many school corridors criss-crossing the municipality to protect children walking to school.

Many crossing guards are also in place at intersections in the mornings, at noon and in the evening, to help children cross.


With a view to road safety, the city has acquired electronic speed display panels.

By making drivers aware of their driving habits, these panels positively influence their behaviour in residential areas and school zones.


You can share your concerns about traffic problems by going to the Road Safety Complaint page.

When you file your request, please make sure you explain the situation and the exact location of the problem and provide your full contact information.


When the road includes a cycling trail or path, cyclists must use it.

In addition to the rules set out in the Highway Safety Code, it is also prohibited to ride a bicycle on a sidewalk or on a pedestrian path except by necessity or where the signage permits it.

To find out about the network of cycling trails in Châteauguay, please see the interactive map.

Réseau des pistes cyclables

The city is constantly working to improve and maintain our infrastructures to provide high-quality services to the residents.

Please see the Info-travaux page to learn more about projects currently underway.


To submit a request for authorization to temporarily close streets for an event or to request police support for the safety of participants during a march or demonstration, please go to Request for temporary street closure and support during marches or demonstrations.


It is prohibited to drive or park a snowmobile on the streets or sidewalks or in the parks or public places in the municipality.

Despite this, in emergencies or by necessity, the police service may authorize snowmobiles to drive in these places, taking reasonable measures to warn the public of the beginning and end of the authorization.

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    Friday, 8:30 a.m. to noon




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