Holiday activities

Here is the schedule for free skating and swimming between Christmas and the New Year. Happy Holidays!






During the cold season, outdoor skating rinks are full with activities. Put on your skates and come and have fun!

Join in the winter wonderland at one of the City of Clarence-Rockland outdoor skating rinks, at the Saint-Pascal-Baylon ice rink, at the Cathy Cain Park ice rink and the Alphonse Carrière Park in Hammond.

The following skating rinks will be open in the near future; Bourget Park, Richelieu Grande Rivière Park, Cheney Park, Dalrymple Park and Laviolette Park.

Enjoy; it's free!







The City Adopts Its 2018 Budget

CLARENCE-ROCKLAND – December 5, 2017 – On December 4, the City of Clarence-Rockland’s Municipal Council adopted its budget with a tax increase of 2.84%, which represents an increase of $54 on the municipal portion of a tax bill for a property valued at $ 290,000. Water and sewer services will increase by 3 residential waste rates remain unchanged.

Highlights for 2018 include the construction of replacement fire stations #3 on Laurier and # 1 in Bourget, water access for properties in Clarence-Creek and Bourget, a $12.5 million improvement to the Sewer Plant and a new integrated library system.

The preliminary budget was presented to City Council on November 6, 2017. Council members then deliberated in Committees of the Whole on November 14, 15, 16 and 29, 2017. The City's capital budget amounts to $ 10.13 million and addresses the required investments associated with the growth, repair, maintenance and strategic capital investments planned for 2018.

Capital budget

Projects approved in the 2018 capital budget include:

Morris Village Park development                                            $200,000

Clarence Creek Arena Renovations                                         $100,000

Lacasse Road                                                                       $700,000

St. Jean Street – sidewalks and lights                                     $300,000

St. Félix Road surface treatment                                             $306,000

Caron Street retention pond                                                   $1,000,000

Culvert – Butler and Legault roads                                          $1,254,000

The City of Clarence-Rockland had to contend with the announcement just days ago that its Ontario Municipal Partnership Fund grant was reduced by $ 108,900 Council was able to cushion this blow by reducing the capital budget and through savings achieved in the employee benefit program.

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Information :

Julie Chartrand

Communications Officer

613.446.6022 ext. 2227





Increase in CRTranspo rates

Starting January 1st 2018 there will be an increase in the monthly passes rates for students, adults and daily passes as follows :

Student monthly pass  $175
Adult monthly pass  $243
Daily one way pass   $15
Booklet of daily tickets $205

A new schedule starting January 2nd, 2018 will be circulated on the buses.

You will notice on the new schedule that we only did a reduction of one mini-coach on the 530 route in the morning.

We thank you for your collaboration.





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