What’s open and closed in Montreal for the Easter weekend
The City of Montreal has issued a short list of what services will be maintained or modified during the Easter-long weekend.
The suspension of services and the closure of facilities previously announced as part of the fight against COVID-19, however, remain in effect until further notice.
Waste collection, including household waste, bulky items, recycling, food waste, green waste and dead leaves, will go on as per the usual schedule. To check the days and times in your neighbourhood call 311 or visit the city’s website.
Ecocentres will be open Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., but closed Sunday and Monday, as per the regular schedule. Despite being open, city officials are asking citizens to postpone their visits whenever possible.
All of the city’s digital services will remain accessible during the Easter break
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All email requests sent during the holiday will be accepted, but will only be processed starting on Tuesday, April 14. That includes requests intended for housing services, the municipal court and land assessment services.
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