Dorval, June 10, 2020 – In the current state regarding COVID-19 and the deconfinement, the City of Dorval will reopen City Hall (60 Martin Avenue) as of Monday, June 15.
Although the Dorval population is still encouraged to prioritize online and telephone services, citizens will once again be able to drop by to pay their taxes, request a permit, meet with a commissioner of oaths, etc. Of course, the usual sanitary instructions will need to be respected for any person entering City Hall (physical distancing, washing of hands, etc.).
Please note that only payment by cheque or by credit or debit card will be accepted. Until further notice, cash payment will not be accepted in order to limit the risk of exposure to the virus.
HHW, ICT Waste, and Polystyrene Drop-Off
Following the cancellation of last April’s drop-off, and in order to maintain the service to citizens, the City of Dorval will be offering a household hazardous waste (HHW), information and communications technologies (ICT) waste, and polystyrene articles drop-off on June 20, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the Ballantyne Park parking lot (520 Bouchard Boulevard).
Please note that special measures related to COVID-19 will be put in place. Citizens will have to, among other things:
- Take out their waste from their vehicle themselves and place it on the proper table.
- Wait, two metres away, for an employee to verify the products and make sure that these are authorized.
- Pick up your packing containers (bags, cardboard boxes, etc.) or deposit them in the appropriate location.
Complete details about this drop-off and accepted products can be found at www.city.dorval.qc.ca.