Closure of the heated basic accommodation Tuesday, April 11

Due to the near-complete return of electricity to the territory, the agglomeration's heated accommodations, including the one in Beaconsfield located at 1974 City Lane, will close today at 3:30 p.m.

The City of Beaconsfield would like to thank the Red Cross and its volunteers for their invaluable assistance in setting up and running the shelter.

Those who are still without power and need overnight accommodations are invited to contact 311. This service applies to both demerged municipalities and boroughs.


Closure of the heated area on Tuesday, April 11

The Recreation Centre heated area will be closing at 5 p.m. today. Until then, you can come and warm up and plug in your electronic devices. It is strongly suggested to bring your own extension cord if you have several devices to charge.

The Recreation Centre provides access to its sanitary facilities, but please note that the showers do not have private stalls. You can therefore bring your bathing suit if you wish.

After the closure of the heated area, the Recreation Centre and Library facilities will continue to be available for use during their regular hours of operation.


EXTENSION - Overnight parking

Overnight street parking will be tolerated until Thursday night (through Friday morning).


Gym activities back to regular programming
Wednesday, April 12

The activities at the Recreation Centre gym will be back to their regular schedule as of tomorrow, April 12.


Day camp registration postponed

Due to the power outage, the City is postponing the resident registration date for day camps and animation in the park, which was scheduled for Tuesday, April 11, to Tuesday, April 18 at 8:00 a.m.

Registration for non-residents will be held on Tuesday, May 16 at 8:00 a.m. as planned. 


Branch clean up on the territory

Several Public Works crews are mobilized on the territory to continue the chipping of branches and the cleaning of parks.

We remind you to place branches properly at the curb. Branches must be no longer than 3 metres and have a maximum diameter of 15 cm. Please place your branches in the correct manner at the curb so that our teams can collect them.

Please note that branches and stumps are not accepted at the Public Works depot.


Tarif suspended: tree removal permits

If your trees have sustained significant damage due to the ice storm and need to be cut down, you can apply for a permit online as of now, or apply in-person or by phone during regular City Hall opening hours. Due to the weather situation, the normal applicable permit fee is not required.

To apply online, click here

To apply by phone, please call 514 428-4430


Free wood chips
Available until supplies last

Montrose Park and the green space on City Lane, behind the Recreation Centre and Public Works

To collect your free wood chips, come by with your containers and a shovel.