On this page, you will find information regarding the main construction sites underway in the Mille-Isles area, including the nature of the work, alternative routes and the planned schedule.
Please note that the dates are indicative and may vary according to weather conditions.
MAY 6, 2021: BEGINNING OF WORK ON BLACK ROAD
As part of the rehabilitation work on Black Road, the Municipality wishes to inform you that the road will be closed to traffic as of this coming Monday, May 10, and that it will remain closed for an anticipated period of two (2) months. This closure is necessary for the realization of infrastructure work. During this period, Black Road will only be accessible to its residents and emergency vehicles.
For Black Road residents, vehicular access to your property may be temporarily disrupted during the contractor’s working hours, between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. If this is the case, you will be informed in advance.
MAY 6, 2021: BEGINNING OF WORK ON TAMARACOUTA ROAD – PHASE 2
The corrective work will begin this Thursday, May 6th for a few weeks. Be advised that traffic will not be affected and a flagman may be present to ensure safety.
The paving work on Tamaracouta Road will start towards the end of June, which also includes the west section of Route 329.
* It should be noted that the work schedule could be revised due to weather conditions.
APRIL 15, 2021: RESUMPTION OF WORK TAMARACOUTA ROAD
The completion of Tamaracouta Road will take place during the months of May and June 2021. We will start with the corrective work in May before paving in June. Please pay attention to the road signs during this period. We will have to close the road for approximately five (5) days between Black Road and the civic number 218 Tamaracouta Road.
Your opinion is important to us. If you notice any deficiencies related to the work done last year as well as on the last section of the road to be completed, we invite you to communicate them as soon as possible to Mr. Yves Latour, Director of the Public Works Department, at 450 858-2958.