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Winter Car Shelter

Temporary snow shelters are permitted between November 1 and April 15.

An annual certificate of authorization must first be obtained at a cost of $10, according to the following procedure:
1) A form to request a certificate of authorization is available online (PDF - 630 KB) or in person at the Urban Planning Department (60 Martin Avenue).
2) Fill out the form
3) Send the completed form by mail (60 Martin Avenue, Dorval, Quebec, H9S 3R4), along with a check made out to the City of Dorval OR pass by the Urban Planning Department with your completed form in order to pay the fee (Visa, Master Card, Interac, cash or check)

An annual certificate of authorization must be obtained at a cost of $10 from the Urban Planning Department, at 60 Martin Avenue.

The shelter must:

  • serve a residence with one or two housing units only
  • be installed in the main driveway
  • be no less than 3 m from the edge of the asphalt in the case of a sidewalk or curb. However, in the case of a curb, this distance may be reduced to 1.50 m if the shelter has a transparent plastic sheet on the sides closest to the street, in order to ensure that the vehicle can safely back out
  • be at least 1.5 metre from the ditch
  • be located at least 9 metres from an intersection
  • be at least 0.60 metre from a lateral property line
  • be made of tubular steel covered with translucent white fireproof plastic of recognized industrial quality
  • not exceed the height of the building’s first storey

Only one shelter per property is permitted, and its door must be attached at all times.

Information: 514 633-4125

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THE CITY

Winter Car Shelter

Temporary snow shelters are permitted between November 1 and April 15.

An annual certificate of authorization must first be obtained at a cost of $10, according to the following procedure:
1) A form to request a certificate of authorization is available online (PDF - 630 KB) or in person at the Urban Planning Department (60 Martin Avenue).
2) Fill out the form
3) Send the completed form by mail (60 Martin Avenue, Dorval, Quebec, H9S 3R4), along with a check made out to the City of Dorval OR pass by the Urban Planning Department with your completed form in order to pay the fee (Visa, Master Card, Interac, cash or check)

An annual certificate of authorization must be obtained at a cost of $10 from the Urban Planning Department, at 60 Martin Avenue.

The shelter must:

  • serve a residence with one or two housing units only
  • be installed in the main driveway
  • be no less than 3 m from the edge of the asphalt in the case of a sidewalk or curb. However, in the case of a curb, this distance may be reduced to 1.50 m if the shelter has a transparent plastic sheet on the sides closest to the street, in order to ensure that the vehicle can safely back out
  • be at least 1.5 metre from the ditch
  • be located at least 9 metres from an intersection
  • be at least 0.60 metre from a lateral property line
  • be made of tubular steel covered with translucent white fireproof plastic of recognized industrial quality
  • not exceed the height of the building’s first storey

Only one shelter per property is permitted, and its door must be attached at all times.

Information: 514 633-4125

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Winter Car Shelter

Temporary snow shelters are permitted between November 1 and April 15.

An annual certificate of authorization must first be obtained at a cost of $10, according to the following procedure:
1) A form to request a certificate of authorization is available online (PDF - 630 KB) or in person at the Urban Planning Department (60 Martin Avenue).
2) Fill out the form
3) Send the completed form by mail (60 Martin Avenue, Dorval, Quebec, H9S 3R4), along with a check made out to the City of Dorval OR pass by the Urban Planning Department with your completed form in order to pay the fee (Visa, Master Card, Interac, cash or check)

An annual certificate of authorization must be obtained at a cost of $10 from the Urban Planning Department, at 60 Martin Avenue.

The shelter must:

  • serve a residence with one or two housing units only
  • be installed in the main driveway
  • be no less than 3 m from the edge of the asphalt in the case of a sidewalk or curb. However, in the case of a curb, this distance may be reduced to 1.50 m if the shelter has a transparent plastic sheet on the sides closest to the street, in order to ensure that the vehicle can safely back out
  • be at least 1.5 metre from the ditch
  • be located at least 9 metres from an intersection
  • be at least 0.60 metre from a lateral property line
  • be made of tubular steel covered with translucent white fireproof plastic of recognized industrial quality
  • not exceed the height of the building’s first storey

Only one shelter per property is permitted, and its door must be attached at all times.

Information: 514 633-4125

Administrative Structure
Administrative Structure
Announcements
Announcements
Budget and Financial Information
Budget and Financial Information
City Profile
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Committees of the Council
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Council Meetings
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Council Members
Council Members
Electoral Districts
Electoral Districts
Fact Sheets
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History
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Maps
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Message from the Mayor
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Mission and Values of the City
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