Temporary Public Spaces: Give us your opinion

The City of Westmount has launched a consultation to determine whether the temporary public spaces are meeting the needs of citizens and whether adjustments are necessary. These temporary spaces are the public terraces on Sherbrooke St. (at the corner of Victoria Ave. and Prince Albert St.) as well as the pedestrian zones on Greene Ave. (between Sherbrooke St. and Ste-Catherine St.) and De Maisonneuve Blvd. (between Atwater Ave. and Wood Ave.).

As part of this consultation, Westmount residents are invited to complete an online survey from August 23 to September 20.

To participate in the survey, go to engage.westmount.org/publicspaces

The consultation will also include on-site surveys and observations, as well as a survey of businesses located near the temporary public spaces that will take place in September.

About the temporary public spaces:
The temporary public spaces were created to enliven local arteries and increase the number of convivial public areas in the city during the summer, particularly during the first waves of the COVID-19 pandemic.