The Town held multiple public consultation activities on the new Sports and Recreation Center over the last couple of months.

The results of these consultations have been compiled in a report that was tabled at the May 30, 2022 council meeting. We’d like to thank all participants for their valuable feedback.

"Public consultation is a key step in any project of this scale. The Town has prepared a detailed consultation plan to ensure that the new Sports and Recreation Center meets the needs of our citizens."

Public consultation activities

Virtual public consultations

  • Held on April 7 and April 21, 2022
  • Open to all interested residents who signed up

Local Round table with community organizations

  • Held on April 28, 2022
  • By invitation

Online survey

  • Available from May 11 to 18
  • Open to all Montreal West residents

Consultation with residents living close to the center

  • Held on September 6, 2022
  • By invitation

Neighbours of the center will be kept informed and consulted throughout the process.

Public consultations report

Read the public consultations report

Calling all those interested in participating!

Town Council is committed to an inclusive and fair consultation process to ensure the best representation of its population. We will be conducting focus groups on specific topics relating to the sports and recreational activities, universal accessibility, and community. It is not necessary to be a current user of the sport and recreational facilities to participate. All citizens are welcome!

Those who are interested in participating in the focus groups should sign up by filling out the form below. The deadline to register is Monday, February 28 at noon.

  • Participants will be selected by draw. 
  • Space is limited.
  • Some personal information is requested on the registration form, such as your age bracket, address, number of children living at home, etc. This information will be used to best place you in an appropriate focus group and will remain confidential.
  • Consultations will be bilingual; participants will be invited to participate in the language of their choice.
  • Only randomly selected participants will be contacted. Participants will receive an email with their activity information including the date and time of their activity.
  • Virtual activities will be recorded for internal purposes.
  • Please note that minors must be accompanied by an adult.

For questions on the public consultations, fill out the Contact us form by selecting Communications as the recipient.

Registration Form


At this stage of the project, the objective of the consultations is to identify residents’ perception, vision and opinion on specific topics of interest. To this end, several consultation activities will be organized around the following themes:

  • Sports and recreational activities;
  • Universal accessibility;
  • Community life.