Culture and Leisure Fields


The City of Beaconsfield allows the display of community messages or public service announcements that are aimed at the population and improve the promotion of events and activities related to life in Beaconsfield.


Saint-Charles Boulevard, corner Sherbrooke ; Recreation Centre, 1974 City Lane ; Windermere corner Montrose

Authorized Organisations

On a limited basis (up to a maximum of 4 times a year), the following groups and associations are authorized to display on the billboard:

  • Local community, sports, cultural associations or non-profit groups recognized by the City;
  • CLSC Lac St-Louis, CSSS de l'Ouest de l'Ȋle;
  • City businesses and merchants to promote charitable community activities;

On a non-limited basis, public interest messages regarding community health and security:

  • Ville de Montréal;
  • Ministries of the Quebec government and affiliated organizations;

Other organisations may be considered on a case by case basis by the Communications department.

Operating Rules

Posting Language
All messages must be provided in French and English. Messages containing incoherent text will be returned for correction.

Design, frequency and duration of messages

  • The use of the electronic billboard is limited to the dissemination of non-commercial information. The City does not allow any images, pictures or comments of an obscene, hateful, explicit, racial, abusive, defamatory or of a sexual nature or that encourages illegal activities. Nor does it allow solicitation or advertising or messages of political or religious nature.
  • The design, frequency and duration of the message are at the discretion of the City. The City reserves the right to change the message, reject or postpone to a later date. The maximum duration of a posted item is 2 weeks.
  • The City cannot be held responsible for mistakes made by individuals who have submitted an incorrect written request.
  • The composition of messages must not exceed 125 characters in each language including spaces, apostrophes, dashes and hyphens.
  • If the organization cancels an event or activity before or during the broadcast, it must notify the Communications Department immediately at 514 428-4400 ext. 4453 or at info@beaconsfield.ca.
  • The City reserves the right to establish an order of priority on the advertising of messages. City announcements have precedence over other display messages.

Display Requests

  • The display requests must be received at least 30 days before the desired date of publication and must comply with this usage policy.
  • No telephone request will be accepted.
  • To request a message display, please complete the online form by clicking below.


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Centennial Hall is the City's cultural centre in which exhibitions and concerts take place. This beautiful waterfront building is home to a number of the community's cultural groups. Centennial Hall is also available, on occasion, for private rentals.

The rental space includes:
Two Rooms: Lounge and Boardroom; one bar area (7’ X 3’); a covered wrap around veranda; 2 washrooms (one of which is wheelchair accessible) and a coat room; tables and chairs. Note: There are no kitchen facilities.

To rent this facility, please complete the

Request form 

Address: 288 Beaconsfield Blvd., Beaconsfield, Quebec
Dimensions: Lounge: 24’ X 21’    Boardroom: 17’ X 16’
Capacity: Maximum of 60 people standing
Maximum of 40 people for sit down reception
Installations: Eight (8) rectangular tables (72” L X 30” W)
Sixty (60) upholstered stacking chairs

View the floor plan

  Rate /hr Rate /hr All rentals All rentals Rate /hr
Meeting (No Food) $51 $76,50 $200 $100 $21
Party, Social, Reception $71,50 $112 $200 $100 $21



To serve alcohol during your rental, please complete the online RACJ form.  All costs associated with a RACJ permit are the responsibility of the person / organization renting the premises.
A cleaning surcharge is applied for rentals taking place after office hours and weekends.


Terms of rental
The Lessee must respect all rules and regulations governing the use of City's facilities.
For additional information: Call 514 428-4480   
Monday to Thursday: 8:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 to 4:45 p.m.
Friday:  8:00 a.m. to Noon

Private events in parks or any other public green spaces 

Reservations or renting outdoor public places are forbidden in Beaconsfield (such as weddings, birthdays or other events). 
(Except for non-profit organisation who received a permit from the City in advance but the space must stay accessible to the general public.)
Private gatherings without reservations are permitted but the exclusivity of the space is forbidden.
The current Government directives concerning the Covid-19 must be respected at all times.
Park rules:
  • Alcohol, drug, cigarette or vape consumption is prohibited on all public places
  • Commercial activities are forbidden, unless a City’s authorization has been given in advance
  • Tents, furniture and sound system installations are forbidden
  • Cooking or heating food (BBQ, propane, charcoal, etc.) is forbidden
  • Dogs must be attached with a leash. It is forbidden to leave your dog loose in a playground area
  • Swimming is forbidden at waterfront parks
  • Camp fire and fireworks are forbidden
  • The waterfront parks are closed from 10 p.m. to 7 a.m.; the other parks are closed from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. and cannot be used, unless a City’s authorization has been given in advance.
  • All garbage must be picked up
  • All the rules written in the Nuisance By-Law (Beac-033) must be respected

The City of Beaconsfield hosts a variety of exhibitions throughout the year.