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Regulatory Revision| Development Issues

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The Accès et Expérience cards

The Accès Mont-Tremblant, Accès Lac-Tremblant-Nord, Experience and Experience + cards allow you to benefit from many advantages for the City of Mont-Tremblant. Thanks to their barcode, these will facilitate many of your transactions with the various municipal departments.

Who are the cards intended for?

Residents of Mont-Tremblant

Owners or undivided co-owners of a building, tenants or domiciled in a residential and long-term care center or a seniors' residence in Mont-Tremblant can obtain an Accès Mont-Tremblant card.

Residents of Lac-Tremblant-Nord

Owners or undivided co-owners of a building, tenants or domiciled in a residential and long-term care center or a residence for seniors in Lac-Tremblant-Nord can obtain a Accès Lac-Tremblant-Nord card.

Businesses

Corporate citizens (company, trust, cooperative, etc.) who are owners or occupants of a building on the territory of Mont-Tremblant or Lac-Tremblant-Nord can be issued an Accès or Expérience + card that provides the privileged offers and discounts, for one shareholder and that person’s family per business. 

To find out more or to obtain your card, visit affaires.villedemont-tremblant.qc.ca/acces.

Intermunicipal agreements 

Residents of municipalities that have entered an intermunicipal agreement, namely Amherst, La Conception, Mont-Blanc, Lac-Supérieur, Brébeuf and Montcalm regarding infrastructure sharing, should contact their municipality to find out how to obtain the Expérience Mont-Tremblant card.

How to obtain your card

The Accès card is issued upon a new card request or the expiration of your Vivre card. Accès cards will not be issued to valid Vivre cardholders.

To request an Accès card, come to one of the following service points with the required documents* during opening hours:

Online renewal and Sport-Plus account

The cards are valid for a period of 10 years, renewable annually either online or in person by providing the required proof.

Your card is automatically linked to your Sport-Plus account, however you must activate your access once by calling 819 425-8614 (24/7) to use your account.

Once logged in to your Sport-Plus account, you will be able to renew your card online, only if no change applies to your file (for example a change of address).

When renewing, you must submit electronically via your Sport-Plus account, the same identity and residence documents as when making a new request.

Renewal can also be done in person at one of the service points listed above.

Corporate citizens: click here

Accès Mont-Tremblant and Accès Lac-Tremblant-Nord cards

Required documents

Adults (18 years and over)

One (1) proof of identity

  • Passport
  • Citizenship certificate or permanent resident card
  • Driver's license
  • Health insurance card
  • Educational institution card
  • Military forces card
  • Certificate of Indian Status

Two (2) proofs of residency

  • Title of ownership of a building located on the territory of the City of Mont-Tremblant or the Municipality of Lac-Tremblant-Nord. Verification of the property assessment roll or the land register can be done by the City upon request and a payment of $5 fee.
  • Lease of a dwelling located on the territory of the City of Mont-Tremblant or the Municipality of Lac-Tremblant-Nord, within the meaning of article 1892 of the Civil Code of Québec.
  • Driver's license
  • Property tax account for the building or dwelling in question, whose issue date is less than 12 months from the date of the subscription request.
  • Provincial (Quebec) or federal (Canada) government document whose date of issue is less than 12 months from the date of the subscription request (e.g. notice of assessment).
  • Confirmation of the Quebec Address Change Service (SQCA), the date of issue of which is less than 3 months from the date of the subscription request
  • Invoice relating to a charge imposed on the building in question, the date of issue of which is less than 12 months from the date of the subscription request. For example: invoice from the syndicate of co-ownership.
  • Utility service account, whose issue date is less than 3 months from the date of the subscription request (Ex.: electricity bill, gas, insurance, alarm system, telephone, internet, television).

For a person living in a residential center or seniors' residence, proof of residence among the following:

  • Written certificate from the person in charge of the accommodation center or residence for the elderly
  • Accommodation or residence contract
Children (0-17 years)

Identity proof (1)

  • Birth or adoption certificate
  • Health insurance card
  • Current year school report
  • Current year student card
  • Hospital card

In the event of theft or loss of your card

Accès Mont-Tremblant, Accès Lac-Tremblant-Nord, Experience + or Experience Mont-Tremblant cards are free and must be activated annually. The applicable rates for card replacement are as follows:

  • Accès Mont-Tremblant card: $8,70 + taxes
  • Accès Lac-Tremblant-Nord card: $8,70 + taxes
  • Expérience Mont-Tremblant card: $13,05 + taxes
  • Expérience+ card: $13,05 + taxes

To obtain a replacement card, please contact the Culture and Recreation Department by phone at 819 425-8614 or by email at cultureetloisirs@villedemont-tremblant.qc.ca.

Discounts and benefits

To find out about the discounts and advantages offered to corporate citizens, click here. (French-language)