Interruption of supply of drinking water for certain adresses
CLOSING OF William STREET
William Street will be closed to traffic, between Nicolas-Manthet and Grande-Côte road, and from Grande-Côte to Émile-Jarry Street, on Friday September 29, from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Please respect signage in place.
Closing of REMEMBRANCE street
Remembrance street will be closed to traffic, between Grande-côte road and Chapleau Street, on Wednesday, September 13, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Please respect signage in place.
Notice: Wastewater treatment plant on Des Bernaches Street
Due to equipment breakdown at the Des Bernaches wastewater treatment plant, changes were made in the handling of the sludge, resulting in two to three episodes of unpleasant odors per day, for about thirty minutes each. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to bring it back to normal as soon as possible. For more information, contact Public Works at 450 621-3500 ext. 3300.
Rehabilitation of the outdoor skating rink
Rehabilitation of infrastructures on Springhill, Rosedale and Saint-Laurent streets (resumption of phase 2 work)
Corrective works are currently underway in this project.
Construction of a pumping station for rainwater catchment basin – William Street
Work on this project will be carried out from the end of June to mid-September and consist in installing a 1,050 m3 rainwater catchment basin including interconnecting pipes and the system for the treatment of suspended matter. The rehabilitation of the street’s foundation and pavement, the restoration of the site and its landscaping will round out the work. This project is currently on schedule.
Rehabilitation of the road surface and drainage correction work on Lefrançois, William and Remembrance streets
Work planned within the framework of this project include the rehabilitation of the road surface, the reconstruction of the streets’ foundations, the repair and correction of drainage problems on Lefrançois, Remembrance and William streets. This work includes the installation of two layers of asphalt. It also includes the rehabilitation of wastewater pipes, the reconstruction of concrete works (curbs/sidewalks on Lefrançois Street of glass powder in pavement concrete as produced by Tricentris de Lachute), road marking work and the installation of municipal signage. Work is expected to be completed this September.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: SEWER CLEANING - REMEMBRANCE AND WILLIAM STREETS
From August 7 through September 8, between 7 am and 5 pm, we will be cleaning the sewer pipes in your area. In order to minimize odors and inconveniences that may be result of a faulty sewer backflow valve in your residence, we suggest that you keep the toilet seat cover closed when not in use. In case of unpleasant odors, you can run a bit of water in all sinks and tubs to minimize odors by filling the siphons (piece of pipe shape in "S")
Complete rehabilitation of infrastructures – Hector Street from Grande-Côte Road to its southern tip
The project calls for the replacement of the drinking water, sanitary and storm sewer pipes as well as the reconstruction of the road surface. It also includes landscaping work and the restoration of the site as existing on Hector Street between Grande-Côte and the southern tip, over approximately 400 linear metres. While work is underway, a temporary water supply system will be installed. During this time, water samples will be taken from this system and analyzed every two weeks. Some activities will require the distribution of notices to residents (watch for door hangers). Work is slated to start in September and end in November.
- Thursday, September 28: Beginning of works - Pulverization of the street, scheduled from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Week of October 2: Preparatory work and installation of the temporary drinking water system in anticipation of water pipe replacement work.
- Week of October 9th: Commissioning of the temporary water system and excavation at the intersection of Robert and Hector Streets.
Addition of new traffic lights – Bouthillier Street/access to Place Rosemère
Construction work on underground conduits and trenches for the new traffic lights is now completed. Temporary signage in anticipation of the new road lights will be installed before the end of the current month and the new signage is scheduled to be in service for the end of September.
Rehabilitation of the train station platform in Rosemère (RTM)
The Metropolitan Transportation Network is carrying out rehabilitation work on the Rosemère train station platform in the summer of 2017. Work will done during the day as of June and is expected to last approximately 18 weeks.
General information on the conduct of the work:
Automotive traffic could be impeded while work on some of these projects is carried out, but local traffic will be permitted at all times (unless the road is completely closed). Other notices will be distributed to residents as required. You may rest assured that emergency services were informed and will be taking the necessary measures. For any emergency during the work period, please call 911. For any information relating to this notice, you can contact the Town’s Technical Services Department at 450 621-3500, ext. 3313. We apologize for any inconvenience resulting from this work and thank you for your collaboration.
Bridge Structural Work - A-640 / René-A.-Robert & Roland-Durand blvd bridge - WORK SUSPENDED
** Please note that the work has been suspended and will be resumed shortly **
As part of Ministry of Transportation, Sustainable Mobility and Transportation Electrification work.
To secure structures, work will take place for the A-640 / René-A.-Robert & Roland-Durand blvd bridge, this Tuesday, June 27 between 9 pm and 5 am the next day (works planned in one night). Signaling will be installed to allow for safe traffic on municipal streets.
Flushing of the waterworks system in some sectors of the Town
During the next few weeks, the Town will be flushing the waterworks system in some sectors between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Note that this could possibly cause a drop in water pressure, which is normal. When you see the teams at work in your neighborhood, reduce your water consumption and avoid washing during these hours. If the water gets cloudy, turn on all cold water faucets and let the water run for 10 to 15 minutes.
Finally, after the work, we suggest you clean the filter of your taps in order to facilitate the flow, and to purge your water heater to reduce any deposits of limestone. Flushing the water system is necessary to maintain good water quality. We regret the inconvenience caused by this operation and thank you for your cooperation.
During the work period, citizens of the streets concerned will be contacted by automated telephone message.
Information: Public Works, 450 621-3500 ext. 3300
Weight restrictions on the Île Bélair Bridge (R-117 – Labelle Blvd.)
The Ministry of Transport, Urban Mobility and Electrification of Transportation advises the public, truckers in particular, that weight restrictions have been implemented in the Île Bélair Bridge located north of Marius-Dufresne Bridge on Route 117.
This measure is required in order to maintain the structure’s functionality. It should be noted that the condition of the bridge does not in any way compromise the safety of users.
Weight restrictions based on the type of vehicle
The following vehicles will no longer be allowed to drive over the bridge:
- single-unit motor vehicles weighing more than 28 tons
- double-unit motor vehicles weighing more than 38 tons
- motor vehicles consisting of more than two units and weighing more than 48 tons.
Work on the structure is being planned. This work will seek to limit repercussions for road-users in this sector.
Between 2016 and 2018, the Québec Ministry of Transport, Urban Mobility and Electrification of Transportation will be investing a total of $4.7 billion on Québec’s road network, with more than 2,100 active work sites.
To get around more easily, call Québec511.info for information on current and upcoming roadwork. Furthermore, to ensure the safety of road-users and road workers alike, it is essential to comply with posted signs.
For additional information, go to the website of the Ministry of Transport, Urban Mobility and Electrification of Transportation.