Revitalization of the Valois Village

Valois Village Special Planning Program

Stay informed and participate in the implementation of the Valois Village Special Planning Program!

Participate in the elaboration of the Valois Code by completing the survey or adding buildings, front yards and public spaces (e.g., sidewalks, bike paths and streets) you find attractive, and those that could benefit from being transformed, updated or developed, to the interactive map.

Aiming to make the Valois Village a friendly, vibrant, accessible and safe living environment, and an even more appealing local commercial destination, a new project was launched in 2016 when the City teamed up with Convercité, experts in public participation and

Stay informed and participate in the implementation of the Valois Village Special Planning Program!

Participate in the elaboration of the Valois Code by completing the survey or adding buildings, front yards and public spaces (e.g., sidewalks, bike paths and streets) you find attractive, and those that could benefit from being transformed, updated or developed, to the interactive map.

Aiming to make the Valois Village a friendly, vibrant, accessible and safe living environment, and an even more appealing local commercial destination, a new project was launched in 2016 when the City teamed up with Convercité, experts in public participation and commercial revitalization, to conduct a diagnosis of the Village’s strengths, weaknesses, limits and opportunities, and identify the main urban planning and developments issues facing the Village. The first stage involved the participation of citizens, business owners and community organizations. This diagnosis became the basis for the elaboration of a Special Planning Program (SPP).

During the second stage of the project, the City teamed up with BC2, a firm specialized in urban planning and development, to write the SPP. In February 2017, the preliminary version of the document was presented to the community at a public consultation and the SPP was adopted shortly thereafter, in May 2017, by City Council.

The SPP came into force in September 2017 and the City began implementing it at that time.

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  • Christmas Lights in the Village for the Holidays

    7 months ago
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    The City of Pointe-Claire, in collaboration with PME MTL West Island, gave white string lights free of charge to the merchants of the Valois Village, via the Valois Village Commercial Association, for them to decorate their storefronts during the holidays this past December.

    The City of Pointe-Claire, in collaboration with PME MTL West Island, gave white string lights free of charge to the merchants of the Valois Village, via the Valois Village Commercial Association, for them to decorate their storefronts during the holidays this past December.

  • The City of Pointe-Claire invites you to share your experience with parking in the Valois Village

    7 months ago
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    Wednesday, March 13, from 7:00 - 9:00 P.M. (doors open at 6:30 P.M.)
    99, Mount Pleasant Avenue

    Join us as we present an update on the current parking situation in the Valois Village. There will be a discussion period, led by urban planning professionals, to talk about the issues and possible solutions.

    Space is limited. For information and to reserve before March 7: 514-630-1200 or communications@pointe-claire.ca.

    If you cannot attend, you can still participate by completing the survey on Pointe-Claire, it's who we are as of March 13.


    Wednesday, March 13, from 7:00 - 9:00 P.M. (doors open at 6:30 P.M.)
    99, Mount Pleasant Avenue

    Join us as we present an update on the current parking situation in the Valois Village. There will be a discussion period, led by urban planning professionals, to talk about the issues and possible solutions.

    Space is limited. For information and to reserve before March 7: 514-630-1200 or communications@pointe-claire.ca.

    If you cannot attend, you can still participate by completing the survey on Pointe-Claire, it's who we are as of March 13.