Public Works

tpbeaconsfieldOur mission is to provide an inclusive community offering a high quality of life that respects the natural and built environments through responsible and innovative management.

Drop Off Site
300 Beaurepaire Drive
Monday to Friday: 7:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Saturday (only from April to the end of November): 9 a.m. to noon
Public Works Beaconsfield
300 Beaurepaire Drive
H9W 3C1
Telephone: 514 428-4500
Fax: 514 428-4511
Opening Hours
Monday to Thursday: From 7:30 a.m. to noon and from 1:00 to 4:15 p.m.
Friday: From 7:30 a.m. to noon

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The snow from your driveway must be kept on your property and not ploughed onto the street. Accumulating the snow along the sides, rather than at the end of your driveway, will help to eliminate high banks and improve the visibility required to exit safely.

Please inform your snow removal contractor that it is prohibited to dump or throw snow upon any streets, sidewalks, fire hydrants, public places or private properties, according to the requirements of the Nuisance By-law BEAC-033. Those who contravene these provisions are liable to fines of $100 minimum. 

To keep our roads safe, while minimizing the impact on the environment, the policy is to:

  • Maintain bare pavement on major arteries.
  • Use melting agents (salt) on roads with significant inclines to keep surfaces bare.
  • Leave a snow base on streets with light traffic, using abrasives when required.

Consult By-Law - Snow Removal

Snowed-In Driveway
City snow ploughing operations entail moving snow from the street onto the sidewalk or curb in order to allow traffic to flow safely. This operation leaves accumulated snow in driveway entrances. Each resident is responsible for removing this snow from his own driveway. If you have a contractor, ask him to contact the Public Works Department so he can coordinate his activity with City operations.


Instructions for Snow Removal and Collections 

To ensure that garbage and recycling collections go well, please do not place bins on the sidewalk or on the street, especially during a snow storm. This will prevent them from being damaged by the snow plow during snow removal on streets and sidewalks.

To be picked up, the bins must remain accessible to waste and recycling collection trucks. Make sure they are not placed on a snow bank. When there is a snowfall warning for the evening or overnight, we recommend that you place the rolling bins on the edge of your property or in the driveway beginning only in the morning of the collection.


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On-street parking during a snowfall

We want to remind you that it is forbidden to park a vehicle on a public street or space during any snowfall of 2.5 cm or more, or within six hours after the end of such a snowfall. Vehicles interfering with snow removal operations will be towed away at the owners’ expense with a fine.

Please consult the Traffic By-law for more details.


If you notice that a street light is defective, please write down the number registered on the light pole or the nearest address where the street light is located, and contact Public Works at 514 428-4500.

After notifying Public Works, the repair will be done in the following ten (10) days.

By-law BEAC-033 allows the use of property markers between April 15 and October 31. They must be placed on the grass, spaced 3 m apart and should be concrete white in colour, no higher than 250 mm, no longer or wider than 200 mm at the base and not attached to the ground.

If you install snow markers to protect your roadside property, they must be at least 1.5 m high and be placed at least 1 m from the edge of the pavement.

Public Works will remove any posts not conforming to this standard.

Consult By-Law - Snow Removal

Provincial regulations require cleaning of septic tanks once every two years. For residents who do not have access to the domestic sewer service, the City will assume the costs up to $175, plus taxes, for basic cleaning. Additional costs will be assumed by homeowner.