Public consultation and public information sessions

 

Summary

 

Public consultations

Public consultation regarding the draft bylaw 533-70 amending the zoning bylaw

Wednesday, February 28th at 6:30 pm at Centre Harpell, located at 60 Rue Saint-Pierre, there will be a public consultation regarding  the amendment of the zoning bylaw in order to introduce greening and ecological development standards.

The purpose of this public consultation is to explain the first draft bylaw 533-70.

 

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Public consultation regarding the draft bylaw 798-1 amending the PIIA bylaw

Wednesday, February 28th at 6 pm at Centre Harpell, located at 60 Rue Saint-Pierre, there will be a public consultation regarding  the amendment of the Architectural installation and integration plan (PIIA) bylaw in order to introduce sustainable development standards in industrial zones I-123, I-125, I- 126, I-128, I-129, I-130, I-132 and I-136 and the commercial zone C-144.

The purpose of this public consultation is to explain the first draft bylaw 798-1.

 

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Tuesday, February 20th at 6 pm at Centre Harpell, located at 60 Rue Saint-Pierre, there will be a public consultation regarding the subdivision modification of zone H-61  (Elmo-Deslauriers sector) (Bylaw-535-13).

The purpose of this public consultation is to explain the first draft bylaw 535-13, the purpose of which is to modify subdivision bylaw 535 to allow a street right-of-way width of less than 15.25 meters in zone H-61.


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Citizen workshops
Master plan for parks and green spaces

Tuesday, June 20th, 7 pm, Centre Harpell
Citizen workshops concerning the parks and green spaces located in the south sector (south of Highway 40) of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

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Thursday, June 22nd, 7 pm Chalet Peter-Williamson
Citizen workshops concerning the parks and green spaces located in the north sector (north of Highway 40) of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

We are currently working on improving the Master Plan for our parks and green spaces. Over the past few years, the face of the City has changed and that is why we need to refresh our visions, directions and strategies to reflect the needs of today's citizens. The concepts that will come out of the citizen workshops will allow the City to plan the future development of its network of parks and green spaces.

During the citizen workshops on June 20th and June 22nd, we will first talk about the current park inventory and, in a second phase, we will present a preliminary vision of our parks as the starting point for the working session. Participants will then be led by an animator and divided into small focus groups to express their vision of the project.


If you would like to have a better understanding of the project, and are interested in participating in the planning process, you are invited to attend these meetings.

See you there!

 

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If you were not able to attend  either of the two citizen workshop sessions on June 20th and 22nd, 2017, but would like to share your comments and your vision concerning our parks in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, please send your comments  by e-mail, before June 30th, to the attention of Mrs. Lara Falquero, Recreation Director at loisirs@sadb.qc.ca.

 

Following the special sitting of City Council of May 1, there will be a public consultation on May 25, 7 pm at École du Bout-de-l’Isle 190, rue Vallée Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue.

Before the final adoption of the Plan particulier d’urbanisme (PPU), the City of Sainte-Annede-Bellevue will hold a public consultation in conformity with the Act respecting land use planning and development (chapter A-19.1, art. 109.2 to 109.4; 123 to 127). The main purpose of this evening is to listen to people who want to express their views regarding the draft by-laws.

Draft by- law #533-68 concerning standards of boat docks and shelters on the Lac St-Louis coastline.

On Monday, March 6th, 2017, there will be a public consultation at 6 pm at Centre Harpell (60 Rue Saint-Pierre). During this evening, we will present the draft by-law modifying the zoning by-law #533 in order to introduce new standards for boat docks and shelters on the Lac St-Louis coastline.

It should be noted that City Council intends to adopt this by-law in order to allow enough time for citizens to take the necessary steps before the boat launch this spring.

 

Information:

 

Public information sessions

During this meeting, the contractor in charge of the work will be present. Please note that the questions for which additional information has been requested have been sent to him beforehand so he can answer them. Those present will also have the opportunity to ask other questions that would not have been raised last Wednesday.

On Wednesday, July 4th at 6:30 pm at Centre Harpell, located at 60 rue Saint-Pierre, will be held a public information session concerning the work on the water tower.

During this session, we will explain the scope of the works, the impacts, schedule and the practical instructions to be followed.

On Wednesday, April 25th, at 7 pm at Chalet Peter-Williamson, located at 300 Rue Cypihot, there will be a public information session regarding the rehabilitation of Lebeau Street.

On this evening, we will present the extent of the project work, the schedule and you will be informed of practical instructions to observe for the duration of the project.

 

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All citizens of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue are invited to an information session to be held on Wednesday, March 28 at 7 pm at Centre Harpell, 60 Rue Saint-Pierre, regarding the Emergency Plan in case of floods.

During this evening you will be informed of citizens’ responsibilities and  the measures put in place by the City to face the possibiliy of floods.  In addition, you will also be informed of the measures and actions that will be taken during the different levels of activation of the emergency plan (normal, alert, intervention and recovery modes).

What: Floods Information Session

When: Wednesday, March 28, 7 pm

Where: Centre Harpell, 60 Rue Saint-Pierre

Your City Council invites you on Wednesday, January 24th, 2018 at 7 pm at Centre Harpell, 60 Rue Saint-Pierre for a presentation of the proposed 2018 budget.

During the evening, the 2018 proposed budget will be presented to citizens. After this presentation, a period of time for questions and comments will be allotted.

 

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