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Plan for architectural placement and integration (PIIA)

An architectural placement and integration plan (plan d’implantation et d’intégration architecturale – PIIA) aims to harmonize the layout and appearance of buildings and signs in certain parts of the territory of the Ville de Mont-Tremblant. See Regulation (2008)-106 (in French).

The sectors subject to a PIIA are mainly those close to the main transportation routes such as:

  • Route 117
  • Chemin de Brébeuf
  • Rue Léonard
  • Chemin Duplessis

Included, as well, are those sectors close to the most heavily traveled roads within the Ville, such as:

  • Rue de Saint-Jovite
  • Rue Labelle
  • Montée Ryan
  • Chemin du Village

Some specific sectors have also been targeted, for example:

  • Station Mont Tremblant
  • Domaine Saint-Bernard
  • In the mountains
  • Winter concentration areas of white-tailed deer

Click on the map, to see if your project is subject to a PIIA. Review the changes on this map.

Click on the map for the PIIA in mountainous areas.

Click on the map for the winter concentration areas of white-tailed deer.

  • Steps to follow

    1. Recover the grid of objectives and evaluation criteria taken directly from the PIIA by-law after having determined in which PIIA your property is located:

    PIIA-01 Tronçon central et quadrilatère institutionnel
    Dépliant - Guide pour l’affichage pour le PIIA - centre-ville 
    PIIA-02 Portes d'entrée principales
    PIIA-03 Fenêtre sur le lac Mercier 
    PIIA-04 Noyau villageois
    PIIA-05 Tronçons de transition villageois / villégiature
    PIIA-06 Rivière Cachée
    PIIA-07 Secteur sud du lac Tremblant
    PIIA-08 Base sud
    PIIA-09 Versant Soleil
    PIIA-10 Domaine skiable
    PIIA-11 Site du patrimoine Beattie-des-Pins et noyau patrimonial 
    PIIA-12 Corridors de villégiature
    PIIA-13 Corridors de commerces structurants
    PIIA-14 Corridor de commerces de spécialité, d'hébergement et résidentiel
    PIIA-15 Secteurs de commerces lourds
    PIIA-16 Carrefour stratégique montée Ryan / rue Labelle / chemin du Village
    PIIA-17 Tronçon à requalifier
    PIIA-18 Tronçon de villégiature et récréotouristique
    PIIA-19 Fenêtre sur le lac Ouimet
    PIIA-20 Corridor agricole
    PIIA-21 Domaine Saint-Bernard 
    PIIA-22 Golf Manitou
    PIIA-23 Domaine de la Plantation
    PIIA-25 Terrains en pente, flancs et sommets de montagnes
    PIIA-26 Complexe hôtel Spa Franceschini
    PIIA-27 Ravage de cerfs de Virginie
    PIIA-28 Parc industriel
    PIIA-29 Refuge du Cerf
    PIIA-30 Corridor urbain
    PIIA-31 Minimaison
    PIIA-32 Ancienne scierie
    1. Evaluate your project in light of each of the evaluation criteria that applies. The grid is divided into different themes and for each of them, there are objectives to achieve. Ideally – although it is not an obligation – your project should meet all the objectives stated there. Your project will certainly have a better chance of being approved if it meets all the objectives rather than only some.
    2. Gather all documents, including $300 if your project is not residential. (There are no fees for residential projects.)
    3. Submit the documents:
    4. Analysis by the Town Planning inspector
    5. Analysis by the CCU
    6. Recommendation by the CCU to the municipal council
    7. Decision of the municipal council

    The documents must be submitted at least 15 days before the meeting of the consultative committee on town planning (CCU).

  • Documents to provide

    These documents to be provided when requesting a PIIA permit are in addition to those required for your permit request.

    • A plan signed by a land surveyor which shows the location and dimensions of each building (existing or projected)

    • A study demonstrating all existing wooded areas and the trees to be cut

    • The four elevations, in colour, of the building indicating the types of materials used and a proposed landscaping plan

    • Colour samples of the exterior cladding, the roofing, and the ornamental elements

    • Photographs of neighbouring properties, of the site and of the existing building

    For commercial buildings, all lighting details including calculation of the illumination and a photometric report for the parking area luminaires (outside lighting fixtures)

    For each request, the documents provided for reproduction must be of a maximum format size of 11 x 17 inches and to scale.

    Note: The inspector who will be dealing with your request reserves the right to require any additional documents or information (according to the applicable articles from 14 to 69 of by-law (2008)-101 and articles 11 and 12 of by-law (2008)-106) which will allow him or her to have a clear and precise understanding of your project.

  • PIIA Form

    Formulaire PIIA (PDF version to download - French-language)