To help you better plan your trip, this page was created to keep you informed of the maintenance, repair and construction work taking place throughout Montreal West.

In the case of major infrastructure work, residents in the affected area will be informed by mail. 

For your safety, we urge you to follow worksite instructions (fences, barricades, etc.) and to respect all temporary detours and signage.

Please note that dates are weather dependent and are subject to change.

LOCALIZED RECONSTRUCTION OF SIDEWALKS ON WESTMINSTER AVENUE

Week of July 4 to July 15, 2022

The Town will be carrying out localized sidewalk repairs on Westminster between Curzon and Milner. The work is tentatively scheduled from July 4 to July 15, 2022 (weather permitting). These dates were strategically chosen to reduce impacts as school has now finished for the year.

The two sections targeted are adjacent to the former RBC bank (26 Westminster N) and the Montreal West United Church (88 Ballantyne N). See the map in the notice for more details.

Temporary signs will be in place to inform pedestrians and motorists of how to proceed around the work. Please respect all temporary traffic signs.

A notice was distributed to residents in this sector.

Notice of work


CLOSURE OF PROMENADE SHERATON AT THE CORNER OF CÔTE SAINT-LUC ROAD

Week of June 27 to week of July 18, 2022

The City of Montreal will carry out work on the water supply system in this area. As such, a complete closure of Sheraton is required for the duration of the work. A detour via Smart Avenue and Radcliffe Avenue is planned. Please respect all temporary traffic signs.

A notice by the City of Montreal was distributed to residents in this sector.

Notice of work


WATER MAIN FLUSHING

June 15, 2022 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The City of Montreal will carry out a water main flushing by manipulating valves and opening fire hydrants on Westover between Sunnybrooke and Westminster. There is a possibility of discoloured water in the Northern part of Montreal West during the work.

A notice by the City of Montreal was distributed to residents in this sector.

Notice of work


DRILLING WORK ON BROUGHTON ROAD

June 13 to 17, 2022

Geotechnical drilling work will take place on Broughton Road from June 13 to June 17, between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Traffic will be affected in this sector during that time period.

Flagmen will be present and temporary signage will be set up to help with traffic flow. Please respect all temporary traffic signs.