Parc Jarry Landscape Planning

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Bringing together ecology, recreation and sports

Parc Jarry is known for its friendly atmosphere and diverse features. While it covers a vast area, its neighbourhood park feel makes it extremely popular among residents of nearby areas and the general population alike.

Since its creation, Parc Jarry has seen many changes and additions, one after the other. Although there is nothing unsightly, the overall effect lacks cohesion, and some structures are nearing the end of their useful life.

The Landscape Planning is the result of information-gathering missions conducted over the last few years by the Service des grands parcs, du Mont-Royal

Bringing together ecology, recreation and sports

Parc Jarry is known for its friendly atmosphere and diverse features. While it covers a vast area, its neighbourhood park feel makes it extremely popular among residents of nearby areas and the general population alike.

Since its creation, Parc Jarry has seen many changes and additions, one after the other. Although there is nothing unsightly, the overall effect lacks cohesion, and some structures are nearing the end of their useful life.

The Landscape Planning is the result of information-gathering missions conducted over the last few years by the Service des grands parcs, du Mont-Royal et des sports, including a survey (Mon parc de rêve / My dream park) of members of the community and visitors to the park and consultations with sports clubs and organizations, various external stakeholders and district representatives. The Landscape Planning’s vision and direction will be presented to members of the community, who will have the opportunity to evaluate the proposals.

One thing is certain: this vision is built on the continuity of the park’s character and of its various uses, so that members of the community feel a sense of belonging while also facing the challenges of climate change.

During these consultations, several elements will be presented, including a concept plan outlining programming for different sectors of the park.

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  • Invitation to a Virtual Information Session

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    The municipal administration invites you to an information session on the future of Parc Jarry. The results of the previous public consultation will be shared with the presentation of the landscape planning. After that, you will have a chance to express your views on the vision and orientations presented in the plan.

    Ms. Caroline Bourgeois, vice-chair of the executive committee responsible for large parks, sports and recreation, for Mount Royal, Parc Jean-Drapeau, Espace pour la vie and eastern Montréal, and Ms. Laurence Lavigne Lalonde, mayor of Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension, will deliver the welcome message.

    When: Wednesday, November 23 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

    Where: The virtual information session will be held on the Zoom platform.

    Please complete the registration form, after which a link will be sent to you by e-mail so that you can participate in the session

  • Public participation process: Final report now available

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    by Sophie Voyer,

    After about 2,780 forms and more than 31 e-mails received in response to the online survey were analyzed, the results have been synthesized. They point to interesting avenues of reflection on the Parc Jarry Landscape Planning project.

    This spring, the analysis will continue in the form of meetings with targeted groups. A final presentation of the development plan is scheduled for early summer.

    Read the final report of the survey (in French) in the Documents section.


  • Thank you for participating in the survey

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    by Sophie Voyer,

    The second stage of the public consultations concerning the development plan of Parc Jarry continued with an online survey.

    Interest in the park is evident: some 2,780 forms have been filled out (2,688 in French and 92 in English). And 31 people have submitted email comments.

    This data is currently being analyzed and will enable us to perfect the proposed developments, as well as to confirm the needs of the population. A presentation of the revised plan is scheduled for early fall.


  • Follow-up Virtual Information Session

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    by Sophie Voyer,

    Thank you for your participation. You can now view the presentation as well as the recording of the session in the Video section.


    The Q&A document is also available in the Documents section.


    Thank you for your collaboration.

  • Virtual information session - Invitation

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    by Sophie Voyer,

    Ville de Montréal invites members of the community to a virtual information session on the Parc Jarry Development Plan.

    This meeting marks the start of public participation in the Parc Jarry Development Plan. You will learn about the vision and proposed direction for the different sectors of the park.

    Mr. Robert Beaudry, member of the executive committee in charge of housing, real estate strategy, large parks and Parc Jean-Drapeau, and Ms. Giuliana Fumagalli, mayor of Villeray-Saint-Michel–Parc-Extension borough, will give the welcome speech.

    Other activities will follow the first session to give you the chance to evaluate proposals that are introduced.

    Presentations will be followed by a question-and-answer period during which participants will be able to ask questions.

    When: May 26, at 6:30 p.m.

    Where: on the Zoom platform


    To sign up for this event, fill the Inscription form.



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