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You must obtain a permit to occupy public property. To do so, you must fill out the form Application for a permit for the use of public property and email it to email@example.com.
Allow five working days for the permit to be issued once all the duly completed documents have been completed.
The permit will have to be at the site of occupancy and available upon request.
Permit: $60 + $2 for each square metre of the right-of-way needed or occupied per day
Payment is required within seven days after the permit has been issued, either in cash, by cheque, credit card or debit card.
This permit concerns, in particular:
- the location of a container
- the installation of a debris chute
- the presence of equipment or materials on the road, sidewalk or alleyway
- the temporary closure of a public street lane to traffic, due to the work
Certain restrictions may apply, and particularly with regard to time of day in the case of a busy artery.