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        live in Dorval!

It’s great to
        live in Dorval!

ENVIRONMENT

Tree Planting

As part of the 7th edition of A Tree for my Neighbourhood campaign, the City of Dorval, in cooperation with the Regroupement des éco-quartiers (REQ) and Société de verdissement du Montréal métropolitain (Soverdi), invites its citizens to plant trees on their property to encourage urban biodiversity and increase the vegetation cover of their neighbourhood.

From April 5 to June 2, 2019, Dorval residential owners may purchase one or several trees for as little as $25 for regular trees or $35 for fruit trees. More than fifteen species of a size of 1.5 to 2 meters are available.

Interested residential owners can choose and order their tree(s) by visiting the website atreeformyneighbourhood.org. They can also contact the GRAME (Groupe de recherche appliquée en macroécologie), in one of the following manners:

  1. By telephone at 514 634-7205
  2. In person at 735 Notre-Dame Street, in Lachine

Following are the terms and conditions:

  • The orders must be placed before June 2 for a distribution starting mid-June.
  • The trees will be delivered to citizens, free of charge, by the City of Dorval’s Public Works Department.
  • The trees must be planted on private property in Dorval.
  • Citizens are responsible for the planting and maintenance of their trees.

► For information about tree planting in general, click here.

Air Quality
Air Quality
Arboretum
Arboretum
Bees
Bees
Charging Station for Electric Vehicle
Charging Station for Electric Vehicle
Dorval’s Environment Committee
Dorval’s Environment Committee
Ecocetres and Reuse
Ecocetres and Reuse
Emerald Ash Borer
Emerald Ash Borer
Energy Efficiency
Energy Efficiency
Environmental Nuisances
Environmental Nuisances
Environmental Subsidies
Environmental Subsidies
Gardening
Gardening
Green Line
Green Line
Pesticides
Pesticides
Tips and Tricks
Tips and Tricks
Tree Planting
Tree Planting
Various Waste Pickups
Various Waste Pickups
Water
Water
Watering
Watering
Wood Burning
Wood Burning
ENVIRONMENT

Tree Planting

As part of the 7th edition of A Tree for my Neighbourhood campaign, the City of Dorval, in cooperation with the Regroupement des éco-quartiers (REQ) and Société de verdissement du Montréal métropolitain (Soverdi), invites its citizens to plant trees on their property to encourage urban biodiversity and increase the vegetation cover of their neighbourhood.

From April 5 to June 2, 2019, Dorval residential owners may purchase one or several trees for as little as $25 for regular trees or $35 for fruit trees. More than fifteen species of a size of 1.5 to 2 meters are available.

Interested residential owners can choose and order their tree(s) by visiting the website atreeformyneighbourhood.org. They can also contact the GRAME (Groupe de recherche appliquée en macroécologie), in one of the following manners:

  1. By telephone at 514 634-7205
  2. In person at 735 Notre-Dame Street, in Lachine

Following are the terms and conditions:

  • The orders must be placed before June 2 for a distribution starting mid-June.
  • The trees will be delivered to citizens, free of charge, by the City of Dorval’s Public Works Department.
  • The trees must be planted on private property in Dorval.
  • Citizens are responsible for the planting and maintenance of their trees.

► For information about tree planting in general, click here.

Air Quality
Air Quality
Arboretum
Arboretum
Bees
Bees
Charging Station for Electric Vehicle
Charging Station for Electric Vehicle
Dorval’s Environment Committee
Dorval’s Environment Committee
Ecocetres and Reuse
Ecocetres and Reuse
Emerald Ash Borer
Emerald Ash Borer
Energy Efficiency
Energy Efficiency
Environmental Nuisances
Environmental Nuisances
Environmental Subsidies
Environmental Subsidies
Gardening
Gardening
Green Line
Green Line
Pesticides
Pesticides
Tips and Tricks
Tips and Tricks
Tree Planting
Tree Planting
Various Waste Pickups
Various Waste Pickups
Water
Water
Watering
Watering
Wood Burning
Wood Burning

Tree Planting

As part of the 7th edition of A Tree for my Neighbourhood campaign, the City of Dorval, in cooperation with the Regroupement des éco-quartiers (REQ) and Société de verdissement du Montréal métropolitain (Soverdi), invites its citizens to plant trees on their property to encourage urban biodiversity and increase the vegetation cover of their neighbourhood.

From April 5 to June 2, 2019, Dorval residential owners may purchase one or several trees for as little as $25 for regular trees or $35 for fruit trees. More than fifteen species of a size of 1.5 to 2 meters are available.

Interested residential owners can choose and order their tree(s) by visiting the website atreeformyneighbourhood.org. They can also contact the GRAME (Groupe de recherche appliquée en macroécologie), in one of the following manners:

  1. By telephone at 514 634-7205
  2. In person at 735 Notre-Dame Street, in Lachine

Following are the terms and conditions:

  • The orders must be placed before June 2 for a distribution starting mid-June.
  • The trees will be delivered to citizens, free of charge, by the City of Dorval’s Public Works Department.
  • The trees must be planted on private property in Dorval.
  • Citizens are responsible for the planting and maintenance of their trees.

► For information about tree planting in general, click here.

Air Quality
Air Quality
Arboretum
Arboretum
Bees
Bees
Charging Station for Electric Vehicle
Charging Station for Electric Vehicle
Dorval’s Environment Committee
Dorval’s Environment Committee
Ecocetres and Reuse
Ecocetres and Reuse
Emerald Ash Borer
Emerald Ash Borer
Energy Efficiency
Energy Efficiency
Environmental Nuisances
Environmental Nuisances
Environmental Subsidies
Environmental Subsidies
Gardening
Gardening
Green Line
Green Line
Pesticides
Pesticides
Tips and Tricks
Tips and Tricks
Tree Planting
Tree Planting
Various Waste Pickups
Various Waste Pickups
Water
Water
Watering
Watering
Wood Burning
Wood Burning
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