No matter how beautiful, cities would be no more than empty shells were it not for the life that animates them. Town of Mount Royal is fortunate to be home to people with open minds and hearts, people who have built tight community ties. To raise your family here is to choose a sweet daily life for your children, to say hello to your neighbours, to smile at people you meet on your morning jog. An exceptional quality of life awaits you in Mount Royal.
Our website is a virtual toolbox for residents. It provides useful addresses and phone numbers, notices, tips, important dates and complete information about local life. Young families and longtime residents alike will appreciate our calendar and interactive map.
People from every background choose to live in Town of Mount Royal. Stroll through the Town and you’ll be exposed to a mix of cultures. Despite the fact that French and English are the Town’s official languages, it’s not uncommon to hear the rich inflections of Arabic, Italian, Greek, Vietnamese and other languages in public places. It’s part of our charm!
A number of community groups encourage you to join their ranks and, depending on your interests, share their love of arts, sports, gardening and more. Others focus on providing opportunities for socializing among parents, for example, or retired people. See our listing for how to get in touch with them.
Our Recreation, Culture and Community Activities Department is always pleased to receive offers from volunteers, whether for a year, a day or even an hour. Volunteering is an opportunity for you to provide assistance and comfort to the Town’s more vulnerable residents or to help ensure the success of community events.
E-mail us or call 514-734-2928 to offer some of your time.
In Town of Mount Royal, cats and dogs receive more than just caresses. In fact, we’re so fond of them we want to ensure they are protected and well cared for. That’s why all dogs and cats are required to wear a tag (also called a licence). Local dog owners will also find a dog run where their pets can stretch their legs and socialize.
Read our By-law No. 1340 on the management and protection of cats and dogs.