Archive for October, 2020

News on the construction of the bridge in North Hatley.

October 27th, 2020 by Bruno Bélisle

A central pillar was concreted Friday October 16th. The other one will be concreted Wednesday October 28th. The concreting of the piles and footings of Axis 1 and 4 are scheduled in the next 2 weeks. Fortunately, the rain has not affected the work in progress, which gives hope for an opening at the end

CCUP (Consultative Committee on Planning and Heritage)

October 27th, 2020 by Bruno Bélisle

The Municipality of the Village of North Hatley is seeking interested individuals to serve on the Planning and Heritage Advisory Committee (PHAAC). The main role of this committee is to provide City Council with recommendations on urban planning, land use planning and heritage protection. It also collaborates in the protection of landscapes and built heritage

Leaf Collection

October 23rd, 2020 by North Hatley

Leaf collection will take place from October 26 to November 09, 2020. Steps to follow:   The leaves must be placed in compostable paper bags; The bags must be placed at the side of the road and not on public roads. No pine or fir needles No garbages in the bag No plastic bags or

Overnight Parking

October 23rd, 2020 by North Hatley

Regulations stipulate that overnight parking is prohibited from November to April. Recognizing that many citizens are using municipal parking lots to reduce their travel, and that the reconstruction of the North Hatley Bridge will extend until mid-December. The Municipality will allow overnight parking ONLY in reserved permit spaces at the Capelton Street and School Street

Thanksgiving – Closing of the municipal office

October 6th, 2020 by North Hatley

On the occasion of Thanksgiving, please note that City Hall will be closed on Monday, October 12, 2020. Back on Tuesday, October 13, at 8:00 a.m.

Fire prevention week

October 6th, 2020 by North Hatley

The 30th Fire Prevention Week will take place on October 4 to10, 2020 with the theme “The First Responder is You “. This year, the goal of Fire Prevention Week is to raise awareness of the major kitchen distractions that can cause a fire, such as answering the phone or e-mail, going outside to smoke,

Fire prevention week