Where is the Service de la culture et des loisirs located?
It's located at 1145 Rue de Saint-Jovite.
Where can I get my Mont-Tremblant Citizen's Card?
You must go to the Service de la culture et des loisirs at 1145 Rue de Saint-Jovite. The entry is located at the rear of city hall on the lower level.
How much does the Mont-Tremblant Citizen's Card cost?
The card is provided free of charge. To obtain a card, citizens must produce proof that they are citizens of Mont-Tremblant. This can mean showing their tax bill, a lease that's valid for a year, a driver's license with a Mont-Tremblant address, or a bill from Bell, Hydro-Québec or Cogeco.
How long is the waiting period for issuing of a permit or authorization certificate, e.g. a building permit?
You should allow, on average, two to three weeks for a permit or authorization certificate to be issued. The inspector has a 30-day period to study the file from the time when the request was registered. Requests are treated on a first-come-first-served basis and not by the type of request. For example, a request for installation of a fence would not necessarily be dealt with more quickly than a request for a new building.
Do I have to provide the Ville with a copy of the bill for emptying my septic tank?
Yes, because the Ville keeps track of the emptying of septic systems in its territory in order to reduce the risk that they will pollute the environment. You may send a copy of your bill by fax to 819-425-5091 or by mail to 1145 Rue de Saint-Jovite, Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, J8E 1V1.
How often must I empty my septic tank?
Every two years if you're living in your house on a permanent basis, or every four years if your house is occupied less than six months a year.
If I live alone, may I empty my septic tank less often?
No, according to Q-2, r.8 (provincial law), even if a person lives alone, the septic tank must be emptied according to the following minimum requirements: every two years if the residence is occupied full time, and every four years if occupation is seasonal.
If I have a biofilter, and see to its annual maintenance, do I have to empty my septic tank?
Yes, you still have to empty your septic tank. Your maintenance contract relates only to your biofilter. You must also empty the septic waste that accumulates in your septic tank, according to the frequency established under the law: every two years if you live in your residence year-round, or every four years if occupancy is seasonal.
Must I have a permit for my alarm system?
Yes, by virtue of article 5 of bylaw (2006)-A-07 on alarm systems and false alarms, adopted August 28, 2006.
Why is there a bylaw related to alarm systems and false alarms?
To reduce the number of times police and firefighters have to respond to false alarms. In 2006, the Service de police responded to 1,861false alarms caused by faulty installation or user negligence.
What's the cost of a permit to register my alarm system?
What happens if I don't get a permit for my alarm system?
If by any chance an alarm, real or false, were triggered at your home or place of business, and the system was not registered, you would be liable for a minimum fine of $100.
How can I avoid false alarms?
Make sure that people likely to use your alarm system have a good understanding of how it works; keep animals, balls and balloons, fans and heat sources at a distance from the zones covered by movement detectors.
Where can I get my alarm system permit?
You can obtain the form to request your alarm system permit in the following locations:
◊ At the Service de police: 380 Rue Siméon
◊ At the Service de l'urbanisme (town planning)
: 1145, rue de Saint-Jovite
◊ At city hall: 1145 Rue de Saint-Jovite
◊ By phone: 819-425-8614, ext. 2238
◊ By email : firstname.lastname@example.org
◊ In the bylaws
section of this website
When you have completed the request form, please return it by mail to the following address:
Ville de Mont-Tremblant
a/s Service de police
1145 Rue de Saint-Jovite
Mont-Tremblant, Quebec J8E 1V1