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High Winds: The City Will Have a Special Branch Collection Starting on November 12

Further to damage caused by bad weather and high winds last week, the Ville de Châteauguay will offer free branch collection on request starting on Tuesday, November 12.

To receive this service, the instructions below must be followed.

Branches

De Gaspé St. West: The City Asks Drivers to Comply with Signage

The work to rehabilitate de Gaspé St. West is continuing and the City would like to remind residents of the importance of complying with the traffic prohibition in force in the sector. Despite the presence of panels prohibiting access to work areas, many drivers are taking this street, which constitutes a major security issue for both residents and workers on the site. 

One-way traffic

Traffic flow on de Gaspé St. West, between Tremblay Street and Maple Boulevard, is now one way heading toward Maple.  

Thursday, November 7 : Tribute Evening for Jean-Pierre Houde

The City invites members of the public and the media to attend a special event

Public Square in Front of Saint-Joachim: Let’s Hear Your Ideas!

On the information evening on October 23, the Ville de Châteauguay officially launched a public consultation process concerning the future public square in front of Saint-Joachim church (1 D’Youville Blvd.) to gather residents’ design ideas for this space.

Wednesday, October 23: Châteauguay Job Fair

Come and meet around 50 employers on Wednesday, October 23 at Manoir D’Youville (498 D’Youville Blvd.) from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The job fair’s theme is “Shape Your Future!”

To make the event accessible to a maximum number of people, a shuttle service will be made available to job seekers throughout the day. The event poster displayed in bus shelters and on Facebook shows the eight pick-up points.

Wednesday, October 23 : Information meeting on the public square project

The Ville de Châteauguay invites all residents to an information evening on the public square project planned in front of Saint-Joachim Church on Wednesday, October 23, at 7 p.m., inside the church itself (1, D’Youville Blvd)

Thursday, October 31 - Haunted House Contest

Ville de Châteauguay has challenged its residents to make their homes look scary on Halloween night! Many houses will receive the jury’s visit on the evening of Thursday, October 31 in one of the available categories, either the most beautifully decorated or the best staging.

Passers-by wishing to visit registered homes on Halloween night are invited to consult the list below: 

 

Sunday, October 20 :Châteauguay and Mercier : Nearly 800 Walkers Participate

The second edition of La Grande Marche de Châteauguay et Mercier was held on Sunday, October 20 in a spirit of companionship and good humour, as some 800 walkers took part in the 5 km walk between the cities of Châteauguay and Mercier. Fortunately, the weather was good, allowing both young and old to fully appreciate the beautiful fall season in our region.

Festive gathering

Châteauguay welcomes the Cambrai delegation to île Saint-Bernard

People visiting the Grey Nun's cemetery

As part of a tourist visit of the St. Lawrence River region, which notably took them to Niagara Falls, Ontario, a delegation from the Greater Cambrai area, Châteauguay’s twin city in France, stopped at the Île Saint-Bernard site to discover our historic jewel.
 
Around 40 people were greeted by Châteauguay Mayor Pierre-Paul Routhier who gave them an introduction to familiarize them with the grounds. The visitors then walked around the knoll of the island and saw the grotto, the Grey Nuns’ cemetery and the Pavillon de l’île.

October 4 to 25: Nautical Center Not Accessible During Work

 As part of the shoreline revitalization work planned at the nautical centre (540 D’Youville Blvd.), the Ville de Châteauguay wishes to inform users that the site will not be accessible from approximately October 4 to 25. Since some people still engage in their favorite water sports despite colder temperatures, it is important to note that the fence will be locked to ensure people’s safety and the site integrity.