You will find on this page all relevant information and measures taken so far to limit the spread of the virus. Consult the drop-down menus below according to the different categories of information related to the Town and its partners.
Update of may 27, 2020
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- Municipal court counter
- Public works counter
- Recreational activities counter
Starting May 29, the library will reopen gradually and safely. Hygiene and distancing measures are being put in place to minimize the risks associated with the spread of the virus. The Town encourages citizens to wear a face cover at the library.
Return of documents
The library will open its outside book drop on May 29 all times.
All return dates that were planned for March, April and May are postponed to July 1st.
Please do not clean the documents. They will be quarantined for 72 hours after their return from the book drop. Employees will ensure that the books are cleaned properly.
The return of the games will take place as of June 1st. A box will be placed in the library lobby during opening hours. Please do not put them in the book drop.
As of June 1st, a contactless appointment pick-up service will be set up for citizens.
Citizens will be able to start reserving documents on the library catalogue or by telephone from the same date. For the procedure, go to the Rosemère library catalogue in the Procedures tab at biblio.ville.rosemere.qc.ca.
Citizens will be contacted when their order is ready to arrange a pick up moment. They will have 72 hours to pick up the order.
A maximum of 16 items per person will be allowed.
The loan period will be extended to 4 weeks.
Ideally, only one person per residence will pick up the documents at the library.
Monday and Tuesday: 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Wednesday to Saturday: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Need suggestions to guide you in your choice of books? A reference and suggestion service is available by appointment. Contact us to schedule a telephone meeting at 450 621-3500 ext.7221.
Water play area are temporarily functionalDue to the oppressive heat and in agreement with public health authorities, the Town decided to make the water play area, located in Charbonneau Park only, accessible to citizens. They will therefore be functional until Friday, May 29.
Wednesday, May 27: now until 10:00 p.m.
Thursday, May 28: 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Friday, May 29: 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
The Town asks adults to ensure that children respect the distance of two metres from the others.
Starting May 29 (instead of June 1), we will reopen the Charbonneau Park skatepark. However, due to the pandemic, a maximum of 10 people will be allowed in the skatepark at the same time. The Town is asking people to register online at a time that is convenient for them.Thank you for your usual collaboration! Register here: https://skateparkrosemere.eventbrite.ca
Day Camp Registration
Starting June 1 at 7 p.m. Day camp registration will be online here: https://loisirs.ville.rosemere.qc.ca/LudikIC2Prod_EnLigne/Pages/Anonyme/Recherche/Page.en.aspx?m=1. Exceptionally, this year, due to the COVID-19 health crisis, PLACES ARE LIMITED! Make sure your citizen's cards are valid for the full day camp period. All details here: https://www.ville.rosemere.qc.ca/day-camps/
Since May 20, the tennis and pickleball courts for singles practice sessions have opened to residents.
Since May 22, the Bouthilier Marsh is reopen for hiking.
As for the other sports and recreational activities, we are still waiting for government guidelines. Consequently, the Town's other sports facilities, such as its soccer and baseball fields and playgrounds, remain closed until further notice.