No. Any form of solicitation is forbidden in Town even by means of the electronic billboard. The sole exception is fundraisers organized by authorized groups.
The News & Views monthly magazine and the Annual Baie‑D’Urfé Telephone Directory are partially produced by the Baie‑D’Urfé Citizens' Association. The Town simply uses the News & Views to distribute its monthly Newsletter. Please contact the editor should you have any questions regarding content or advertising. Contact information usually appears on the first pages of the magazine.
For the monthly Municipal Newsletter, please contact Valérie Fortin, Communication Agent at 514 457-7457.
No. Parks and green spaces cannot be reserved as they are public places. Residents can however hold weddings or family reunions on the condition that they do not restrict access to other users. Tents, BBQs, open air fires and alcohol are not permitted.
The most requested by-laws are available on the Town website. By-law questions should be addressed to the Town Clerk.
Yes. Automatic or manual lawn watering is prohibited at all times between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. every day of the week.
Exceptions are provided for newly-installed lawns.
Any new sprinkler system must be equipped with a moisture sensor or an automatic rain shut-off switch that will override the irrigation cycle when adequate rainfall has occurred or when the moisture content of the soil is adequate.
Manual watering, using a hose, of a flower garden, vegetable garden, flower box, planter, border, tree or shrub is permitted at all times.
For additional information, please contact the Municipal Inspector.
Baie-D’Urfé’s water comes from the City of Pointe-Claire. To learn more about water quality, visit the Pointe-Claire website at www.ville.pointe-claire.qc.ca.
You can also view on our website a PDF document provided by the City of Montréal in our Citizen Services tab under Emergency Services, detailed information on water advisory measures in the event of suspected water contamination.
Residents may experience a slight discoloration of their water in the spring and fall when a routine flushing of the water network is conducted. The “rusty” colour is attributed to a kick up of sediment in the pipes due to a fluctuation in pressure. While not harmful to drink, it is recommended to let the water run until it becomes clear. Please advise the Public Works department at 514 457-2877 should it persist.