Public consultations on urbanistic vision (February 2020)
On February 19 and 22, residents were invited to take part in a new phase of public consultations on Rosemère's urbanistic vision. Since its launch in 2018, this unprecedented resident participation initiative in Rosemère has provided an opportunity to consult all of the parties concerned in the Town: residents, community organizations, business people and landowners.
A participant's workbook to prepare to these activities was distributed at the beginning of February by Postes Canada to all citizens. Click here to consult the workbook.
A report on the findings of these consultations will be published shortly via the Town’s communication platforms. Following this, the drafting of the new urban plan will kick off in order to provide access to a tool that will outline a comprehensive land-use planning vision based on the various issues currently at stake and key themes such as sustainable development, mobility and climate change.
INFRASTRUCTURE AND EQUIPMENT SURVEY - RESULTS (June 2019)
As part of our strategic reflection about the future of our community - Rosemère a proud, green and prosperous city - we are presenting the results of the survey conducted in last June, in which the Town presented the current state of its infrastructure and equipment and to gather your opinion on your level of satisfaction and your willingness to invest in them.
Click here to read the full report.
Rosemère, a proud, green and prosperous town (February - May 2019)
The Town of Rosemère is proud to publish the report on the public consultation held on the development of its vision for the future: "Rosemère, a proud, green and prosperous town".
Last spring, the Town of Rosemère initiated a participatory process (survey, public consultation, meetings, etc.) so that Rosemère residents could express their opinions on the statement of its new strategic vision, "Rosemère, a proud, green and prosperous town", and its impact on the sectors of urban planning, infrastructure/equipment and services to residents.
Consult the Public Consultation Report