Extraordinary Meeting on Monday, April 6
In keeping with the Town's desire to move forward on its priority projects despite the current situation, Town Council will hold an extraordinary meeting on Monday, April 6 at 4:00 p.m. at Town Hall to address issues that require action. This meeting will be held in camera and will be available on the Town's website. Elected officials will meet via videoconference in order to respect social distancing guidelines. The video will be broadcast immediately following the session. For question period, citizens must send their questions to email@example.com before 3 p.m. on Monday, April 6. Read the agenda by clicking here.
Need Support? Please contact us for more information!
Rosemerites of 70 years of age and over and anyone else with a special need, we are here for you! If you need a grocery delivery service, it will be our pleasure to assign a volunteer to help you. Contact us at 450-621-3500, ext. 7384.
Entertain yourself without going out!
In this time of distancing that can be a challenge for many, the library and recreation teams have listed a series of online activities for you and your family. Check out the library page for a list of activities for youth and adults. This section is updated regularly.
Blood Drive: A Huge Success!
At the blood drive held on March 30, 31 and April 1, 549 people generously accepted to donate blood. According to Héma-Québec, this result is exceptional and is by far one of the largest blood drive held across the entire province (close to 2,300 clinics are held each year). Amazing! Once again, we would like to thank the donors who participated in this clinic, especially in these special circumstances. Thanks to your generosity, more than 1,900 products will be transfused to patients in Quebec’s public hospitals, and as many lives will be saved.