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Permits and Certificates

Anyone wishing to carry out one of the projects listed below must respect the applicable zoning by-law and obtain either a construction permit or a certificate of authorization. Note that all permits and certificates can be paid by cheque to the City of Montreal.

A building permit is required for:

  • the construction of a new building
  • the transformation or renovations of an existing building
  • the expansion of an existing building
  • the addition to a building
  • the construction of a garage, carport, shed, or any other ancillary building
  • the construction of an open deck (patio), of a balcony, of a solarium
  • finishing a basement
  • an interior redesign
  • the use of pesticides

A certificate of authorization is required for:

  • building a fence, wall or hedge
  • moving a building
  • tearing down a building
  • installing a winter car shelter
  • putting up a sign
  • installing a terrace adjacent to a restaurant
  • holding a garage sale
  • connecting pipes
  • holding an itinerant selling on streets or in public places, or a door-to-door charitable fund raising activity
  • installing a parabolic antenna of a diameter greater than 50 cm
  • installing a commercial tent
  • holding a temporary public auction
  • installing an in-ground pool
  • any works on the shoreline
  • cutting down a tree
  • pruning a tree

The S.P.A.I.P. Procedure

Before issuing out a permit, a S.P.A.I.P. (Site Planning and Architectural Integration Program) procedure, which requires the approval of the Council, is needed for the following work:

  • The construction or expansion of any residence
  • The construction or expansion of any building located on Lakeshore Drive
  • The transformation of any heritage building
  • The installation of a commercial sign on certain roads

Online permit and certificate request
1) Fill out the request form for permits and certificates (PDF - 76 KB)
2) Add the plans for your project
3) Send everything at permis@ville.dorval.qc.ca (put your address as the email's subject)

We will contact you once the permit or certificate is ready.

By-law RCM-60F-2016

  • Timeframe for issuing a building permit
    Starting from the time all the information and technical documentation required is submitted and found to be in conformity, not including errors, and the required fees have been paid, the competent authority shall have 30 business days in which to issue (or, as the case may be, refuse to issue) a building permit.
     
  • Timeframe for issuing a certificate of authorization
    Starting from the time all the information and technical documentation required is submitted and found to be in conformity, not including errors, the competent authority has 30 business days in which to issue (or, as the case may be, refuse to issue) a certificate of authorization.

Information: 514 633-4125

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SERVICES

Permits and Certificates

Anyone wishing to carry out one of the projects listed below must respect the applicable zoning by-law and obtain either a construction permit or a certificate of authorization. Note that all permits and certificates can be paid by cheque to the City of Montreal.

A building permit is required for:

  • the construction of a new building
  • the transformation or renovations of an existing building
  • the expansion of an existing building
  • the addition to a building
  • the construction of a garage, carport, shed, or any other ancillary building
  • the construction of an open deck (patio), of a balcony, of a solarium
  • finishing a basement
  • an interior redesign
  • the use of pesticides

A certificate of authorization is required for:

  • building a fence, wall or hedge
  • moving a building
  • tearing down a building
  • installing a winter car shelter
  • putting up a sign
  • installing a terrace adjacent to a restaurant
  • holding a garage sale
  • connecting pipes
  • holding an itinerant selling on streets or in public places, or a door-to-door charitable fund raising activity
  • installing a parabolic antenna of a diameter greater than 50 cm
  • installing a commercial tent
  • holding a temporary public auction
  • installing an in-ground pool
  • any works on the shoreline
  • cutting down a tree
  • pruning a tree

The S.P.A.I.P. Procedure

Before issuing out a permit, a S.P.A.I.P. (Site Planning and Architectural Integration Program) procedure, which requires the approval of the Council, is needed for the following work:

  • The construction or expansion of any residence
  • The construction or expansion of any building located on Lakeshore Drive
  • The transformation of any heritage building
  • The installation of a commercial sign on certain roads

Online permit and certificate request
1) Fill out the request form for permits and certificates (PDF - 76 KB)
2) Add the plans for your project
3) Send everything at permis@ville.dorval.qc.ca (put your address as the email's subject)

We will contact you once the permit or certificate is ready.

By-law RCM-60F-2016

  • Timeframe for issuing a building permit
    Starting from the time all the information and technical documentation required is submitted and found to be in conformity, not including errors, and the required fees have been paid, the competent authority shall have 30 business days in which to issue (or, as the case may be, refuse to issue) a building permit.
     
  • Timeframe for issuing a certificate of authorization
    Starting from the time all the information and technical documentation required is submitted and found to be in conformity, not including errors, the competent authority has 30 business days in which to issue (or, as the case may be, refuse to issue) a certificate of authorization.

Information: 514 633-4125

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Municipal Taxes
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Online Request
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Payment of Fines
Payment of Fines
Permits and Certificates
Permits and Certificates
Public Safety
Public Safety
Public Transportation
Public Transportation
Snow Removal
Snow Removal
Various Waste Pickups
Various Waste Pickups

Permits and Certificates

Anyone wishing to carry out one of the projects listed below must respect the applicable zoning by-law and obtain either a construction permit or a certificate of authorization. Note that all permits and certificates can be paid by cheque to the City of Montreal.

A building permit is required for:

  • the construction of a new building
  • the transformation or renovations of an existing building
  • the expansion of an existing building
  • the addition to a building
  • the construction of a garage, carport, shed, or any other ancillary building
  • the construction of an open deck (patio), of a balcony, of a solarium
  • finishing a basement
  • an interior redesign
  • the use of pesticides

A certificate of authorization is required for:

  • building a fence, wall or hedge
  • moving a building
  • tearing down a building
  • installing a winter car shelter
  • putting up a sign
  • installing a terrace adjacent to a restaurant
  • holding a garage sale
  • connecting pipes
  • holding an itinerant selling on streets or in public places, or a door-to-door charitable fund raising activity
  • installing a parabolic antenna of a diameter greater than 50 cm
  • installing a commercial tent
  • holding a temporary public auction
  • installing an in-ground pool
  • any works on the shoreline
  • cutting down a tree
  • pruning a tree

The S.P.A.I.P. Procedure

Before issuing out a permit, a S.P.A.I.P. (Site Planning and Architectural Integration Program) procedure, which requires the approval of the Council, is needed for the following work:

  • The construction or expansion of any residence
  • The construction or expansion of any building located on Lakeshore Drive
  • The transformation of any heritage building
  • The installation of a commercial sign on certain roads

Online permit and certificate request
1) Fill out the request form for permits and certificates (PDF - 76 KB)
2) Add the plans for your project
3) Send everything at permis@ville.dorval.qc.ca (put your address as the email's subject)

We will contact you once the permit or certificate is ready.

By-law RCM-60F-2016

  • Timeframe for issuing a building permit
    Starting from the time all the information and technical documentation required is submitted and found to be in conformity, not including errors, and the required fees have been paid, the competent authority shall have 30 business days in which to issue (or, as the case may be, refuse to issue) a building permit.
     
  • Timeframe for issuing a certificate of authorization
    Starting from the time all the information and technical documentation required is submitted and found to be in conformity, not including errors, the competent authority has 30 business days in which to issue (or, as the case may be, refuse to issue) a certificate of authorization.

Information: 514 633-4125

Archives
Archives
Business Services
Business Services
Claims
Claims
Info-Work
Info-Work
Law on Access to Information
Law on Access to Information
Maintenance of Equipment and Streets
Maintenance of Equipment and Streets
Municipal Court
Municipal Court
Municipal Taxes
Municipal Taxes
Online Request
Online Request
Payment of Fines
Payment of Fines
Permits and Certificates
Permits and Certificates
Public Safety
Public Safety
Public Transportation
Public Transportation
Snow Removal
Snow Removal
Various Waste Pickups
Various Waste Pickups
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