The Montreal West Environmental Action Committee is a standing advisory committee of Council. It is invested in making the town a more sustainable and environmentally friendly community. The committee was set up with the understanding that towns and citizens need to come together in order to work as responsible actors in lieu of the rapid decline of our global ecology. Through education, action, and policy change, it is committed to making Montreal West a greener neighbourhood. Some of the specific issues dealt with by the committee include: waste management, recycling, composting, pesticide use, energy conservation, and Meadowbrook preservation.
In June 2021, the Town of Montreal West officially commited itself to helping to restore monarch habitats by implementing measures to protect the species and by encouraging its citizens to participate in these efforts, so that these magnificent butterflies can once again flourish all over the continent.
Every year Montreal West celebrates $10 Tree Day.
A limited number of trees are made available to Montreal West residents for a $10 administrative fee. Trees are limited and are available on a first come first served basis.
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