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Tips and measures to take in extreme heat

In light of the ongoing heat wave and the extreme heat warning issued by the Direction de santé publique de la Montérégie and still in effect, we would like to pass along some advice to help tolerate the heat: 

•  Drink regularly, without waiting to feel thirsty.

•  Reduce physical effort as much as possible.

•  Spend a few hours each day in a cool or air-conditioned place.

•  Take a cool shower or bath as often as necessary or cool yourself off with a damp towel.

Suspicious individual identifying himself as a police officer

The Service de police de Châteauguay would like to inform the public that a person is approching boat owners on Lac Saint-Louis near Saint-Bernard Island in Châteauguay and falsely identifies himself as a police officer.

Citizens reported two similar events that occurred in mid-June.

The individual is believed to be travelling in a beige motorboat of approximately 12 feet, with a front window. He is believed to be a caucasian male, with long brown hair, a long brown beard, and he would speak French. He would be wearing a jacket with the word POLICE on the back.

Opening of the Aide-logement housing helpline from the MRC de Roussillon

Saint-Constant, June 12 2020 – The Roussillon Regional County Municipality (MRC), in partnership with the Office municipal d’habitation de Châteauguay and various local stakeholders, is opening the Aide-logement housing helpline to support Roussillon residents concerned by housing issues that have been exacerbated this year by the Covid-19 situation.

Wednesday, July 1: Canada Day show on Facebook and YouTube

Canada flag

On Wednesday, July 1st, Canada is in the spotlight with a virtual show featuring our local artists, organized in collaboration with the Chateauguay & Valley Irish Heritage Association.

Châteauguay-Lachine river shuttle starts up

River shuttle

The Châteauguay-Lachine river shuttle – a major tourist attraction on île Saint-Bernard in the summer – started up its operations!

Linking the cities of Châteauguay and Lachine, the shuttle ferries cyclists and walkers to the Lachine marina after a pleasant journey on Lake Saint-Louis and the Châteauguay River. The crossing takes about an hour. The shuttle will operate on Saturdays and Sundays until September 13, in addition to summer statutory holidays (July 1 and September 7).

Closure of our administrative departments on Wednesdays June 24 & July 1

City Hall

All of the City's administrative departments, including the Centre culturel Georges-P.-Vanier and telephone support for the Bibliothèque Raymond-Laberge, will be closed on Wednesdays, June 24 and July 1, for the Fête nationale du Québec and Canada Day.

Opening of the nautical centre

Good news for those who practice nautical activities: the nautical center and its satellite, the Pointe nautique, will remain open during these two days. The nautical center's opening hours are from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., while the Pointe nautique is open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Châteauguay launches its summer program

Taking advantage of the relaxation of the lockdown measures put in place by government authorities, Ville de Châteauguay is pleased to announce the official launch of its summer program. It has been entirely reviewed to comply with the safety and physical distancing standards adopted to stop the spread of COVID-19. 

Watering ban in effect in Châteauguay

Due to a significant drop in pressure on the water network observed since June 16, the use of any lawn sprinkler system, washing cars or houses, as well as filling swimming pools are PROHIBITED until further notice.

Only restricted (manual) watering of flowers and gardens is allowed. If you have a permit, it is also possible to water newly installed sod for a ten-day period if it was purchased before June 16. Subsequently, the standard regulations in effect will apply.

A special gift for all Châteauguay dads to celebrate Father's Day!

To celebrate Father's Day, Ville de Châteauguay wishes to highlight the exceptional work of dads by offering them a superb shirt that they can create with their child!

By Friday June 19, all dads will have received a sheet by mail. The sheet is divided into two parts: a part to detach and fold (right) and another containing accessories to color and cut (left).

To see how to make the shirt, watch the video animated by our DIY expert. You'll see, it's easy!