Grant Programs

We have put various grant programs in place to provide financial support for residents looking to embrace environmentally friendly and community-minded solutions.

Reusable diapers

The Town of Rosemère offers families the possibility of applying for a rebate of up to $150 per eligible child against the purchase of a set of washable baby diapers.

Diaper facts and figures

  • The average baby goes through 2,400 diapers a year.
  • A set of cloth diapers costs between $700 and $1,000, laundering included. For disposable diapers, the total cost runs anywhere from $2,000 to $2,500.
  • In Quebec alone, some 600 million diapers are thrown away every year.
  • A disposable diaper takes 300 to 500 years to decompose in a landfill site.

Source: Recyc-Québec

How to apply

  1. Download the Family Support Grant Program application.
  2. Fill it out and sign it.
  3. Drop it off to the Community Services Department at 325 Grande-Côte Road (450-621-3500, ext.7380).
  4. Please bring the following:

  • Receipt(s)
  • Proof of residency
  • Child’s proof of birth


One Birth, One Tree

The Town of Rosemère offers new parents the possibility of applying for a $150 rebate against the purchase of a tree or other type of vegetation (such as a bush or shrub) to plant on their property to commemorate the birth of their child.

How to apply

  1. Download the Family Support Grant Program application.
  2. Fill it out and sign it.
  3. Drop it off to the Public Works Department at 190 Charbonneau Street (450-621-3500, ext. 3300).
  4. Please bring the following:

  • Receipt(s)
  • Proof of residency
  • Child’s proof of birth


One Birth, One Book

Under this program, the Town of Rosemère offers a gift package to welcome newborns into the community.

How to apply

  1. Download the Family Support Grant Program application.
  2. Fill it out and sign it.
  3. Drop it off to the library at 339 Grande-Côte Road (450-621-3500, ext. 7221).
  4. Please bring the following:

  • Proof of residency
  • Child’s proof of birth


Low-flow fixtures

The Town of Rosemère offers a rebate program to encourage homeowners to replace their existing plumbing fixtures with low-flow alternatives.

Eligible fixtures and maximum rebate amounts are as follows: low-flow ($60) and high-efficiency ($75) toilets, and WaterSense-labelled shower heads ($10) and faucet aerators ($25).

How to apply

  1. Download the Low-Flow Fixture Grant Program application.
  2. Fill it out and sign it.
  3. Drop it off to the Public Works Department at 190 Charbonneau Street (450 621-3500 ext. 3300).
  4. Please bring the following:

  • Original proof of purchase for eligible low-flow fixtures
  • Photograph (dated and initialled by the homeowner) showing the original fixtures and where they were installed
  • Photograph (dated and initialled by the homeowner) showing the low-flow fixtures after installation


Home Support Services for Seniors

Seniors may request an application form to fill out and submit in order to qualify for a refund (by cheque) in the amount of $100 for the home support services they are provided. Please note that refund applications are processed between September 15 and December 15 of the current year.

Here are the conditions to qualify for this refund:

  • Homeowners must be 65 years of age or older on July1 of the tax year.
  • Their taxes must have been paid in full.
  • All requests must be submitted by November 30 of the current year (the year for which the application form is completed).

Please note: The refund application is valid for one year only. You must fill out and submit the form each year.

How to apply

  1. Complete the form
  2.  Send it to Rosemère Town Hall, 100 Charbonneau Street, Rosemère, Quebec J7A 3W1


OTHER SERVICES

On sale at the library

Small banner: $35 ($70 value)

Large banner: $72 ($144 value)

Available through the Public Works Department during the summer

Rain barrel: $51 ($102 value)

Rain barrel stand: $20 ($40 value)

Second recycling bin (360litres): $51 ($102 value)







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