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COVID-19

Situation update

The Quebec government has set up a progressive regional alert and intervention system. This system defines additional measures to be taken as needed to ensure public safety in each of Quebec’s regions.

To learn more about the four alert levels and intervention measures, visit the Quebec government’s website.

Municipal measures

The City of Saint-Lambert is monitoring the situation on an ongoing basis. All measures to reduce the risks of spreading COVID-19 are being implemented to ensure the health and safety of everyone in the municipality. 

Current level - RED

On September 28, the Quebec government announced that the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal would be moving to the Red Level (Maximum Alert) on October 1. Following this announcement, we have had to adapt our municipal services to comply with the government’s directives. The table below summarizes the impact of this situation on our services.

Please note that because the situation is changing rapidly, and the government makes regular announcements about new measures, the table below may change. We are making every effort to comply with public health guidelines at all times and to adapt to them as best we can. 

Although the administrative services remain open, rather than coming in person, the City is asking the Saint-Lambert population to prioritize remote requests by email or telephone whenever possible. Residents can contact the various City departments directly, or call the reception desk at 450 672-4444 or info.citoyens@saint-lambert.ca

* The schedule for administrative services remains the same as usual, but they are closed between noon and 1 p.m.

Table last updated: October 27, 2020
Municipal servicesImpacts at the RED level
City HallPartially open
Services are limited*: payment of taxes, dog and cat licences, approval of residents’ cards and permit applications. Oaths will not be conducted.
Council meetingsVia videoconference
Questions should be submitted by email prior to meetings.
LibraryClosed
No-contact loan service only.
All cultural activities are cancelled until November 23.
Multi-purpose centreClosed
All cultural activities are cancelled until November 23.
Recreation centreClosed
All classes are suspended until November 23, including activities offered by organizations. There are no plans to cancel the fall session at this time.

No room reservations possible.
Swimming poolPartially open as of November 2
All classes are suspended until November 23, including activities offered by organizations. There are no plans to cancel the fall session at this time.

As of November 2, the public swimming will be back according to its regular schedule. Registration is mandatory via the online module for public swimming. No admission at the door even if places are available.
ArenaPartially open as of November 2
All classes are suspended until November 23, including activities offered by organizations. 

As of November 2, free skating will return on an enhanced schedule. Registration is mandatory via the online module for public skating. No admission at the door even if places are available.
Parks, playgrounds, sports facilities and dog runsOpen
All organized activities, including those offered by organizations, are suspended until November 23. Only activities carried out individually or in pairs (physical distancing must be respected) and individual training are allowed.

The use of the tennis courts is limited until November 23 to activities carried out in pairs (e.g. singles match with two players).

The number of people on a site must be limited to ensure social distancing is respected at all times.

The park chalets are closed.
Essential servicesMaintained at all times

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Health recommendations

To prevent outbreaks from occurring, the City is asking residents to comply with current health guidelines.

These measures help residents protect both themselves and others:

  • Maintain physical distancing
  • Wash your hands
  • Wear a face covering
  • Avoid large gatherings

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