As part of the Turcot Project, the MTQ will reconstruct the retaining wall between route 136 and Westmount municipal yards beginning March 2019. To carry out this work, the MTQ must occupy a large portion of the space. For safety reasons, access to the yards will not be possible for residents and private contractors.
The work will have a very significant impact on the daily operations of the City and will introduce additional heavy vehicles, equipment, and vehicular traffic within the yards.
Consequently, all disposal sites within the yards will be closed and entirely inaccessible as of March 18, 2019 for an undetermined period.
Residents and private contractors are advised to use Montreal’s écocentres.
Écocentres are sites for the reuse and recovery of residual materials. They are available to all residents of the Montréal agglomeration. They accept, among other things, construction and renovation waste, household hazardous waste and items that can be reused. Écocentres thus make it possible to divert a significant amount of residual waste from landfill, such as:
Access to the écocentres is free for Westmount residents. For more information, call 514 872-0384.
The location of the écocentres nearest to Westmount are:
- Écocentre Côte-des-Neiges
6925, chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges H3S 2B6
(between Bedford and Jean-Talon)
Jean-Talon metro station
STM bus 92 West
- Écocentre LaSalle
7272, rue Saint-Patrick H8N 2W7
(between Léger and Senkus)
Angrignon metro station
STM bus 109 South
The City of Westmount appreciates your understanding and cooperation throughout these operations.