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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.

  • Documents to provide

  • Steps to follow

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