The Public Works' mission is to provide services to residents throughout the year in the following sectors:
- Maintenance of parks and green spaces;
- Maintenance of pathways;
- Minor repairs of streets;
- Repair of the aqueduct system;
- Support to other services, especially the '' Recreation and Culture Services'' for the organization of recreational activities, etc.
Certain areas of the Village are served by an aqueduct network required for the fire protection and consumer needs. This service is carried out by filtration plant located in the Pierrefonds-Roxboro district, and it is a Montreal agglomeration responsibility.
Each year, during the months of May and September and/or October, the public works department flushes the aqueduct network and inspects the fire hydrants. This process is usually carried out from Monday to Friday between 9 am to 3 pm. It consists of evacuating the particles and fragments attached on the inside walls of the aqueduct network pipes. Then, we evacuate the soiled water by fire hydrants.
This large-scale operation can cause a change in water pressure and/or may produce a reddish (rusty) color; It is, therefore, recommended to avoid washing clothes or dishes during these flushing periods. If your water is rusty, open the cold water tap of your bathtub and let it run approximately 15 minutes or until clear.
By resolution no. 2016-05-1844, council adopted Senneville’s Master Drainage Plan dated March 30, 2016, which is an integral part of its revised Master Intervention Plan for the rehabilitation of the municipality’s aqueduct and sewer conduits dated July 10, 2015 and adopted by resolution 2016-01-1783.
By this policy, council now wishes to ensure the sound management of the drainage work on its territory in compliance with the Storm Water Management Guide prepared jointly by the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Environment and the Fight against Climate Change (MDDELCC) and by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Land Occupancy (MAMOT).
The measures set out below are aimed at the optimum management of storm water on its territory while ensuring the protection of the environment and persons. Thus, this policy seeks to:
- Ensure the implementation of best practices on Senneville’s territory for the control of runoff and the quality of the water discharged to receiving environments;
- Avoid the erosion of watercourses for the protection of water resources that may be affected by runoff; and
- Avoid impacting neighbors, downstream sectors, or neighboring municipalities through poor upstream management.
Presentation of results of the study of drainage - May 24th, 2016 (Franch version only)
Amongst the tasks, the municipality performs the clearing of all fire hydrants to ensure quick and secure access throughout winter.
Also, if you have a fire hydrant on your property, you can help us by avoiding throwing or pushing snow near or on a fire hydrant. In doing so, you may also save lives ... Think about it.
Winter comes to us with a its magic and fun, but the season also requires organization and services adapted to the climate.
Snow removal requires heavy equipment and significant human and financial resources. In fact, snow removal as well as the abrasive spreading is done by an external company.
Public Works is in charge of snow removal of parking lots of our municipal installations as well as the municipal walkways throughout the Village.
In order for everyone to participate actively, efficiently and safely in snow removal on Senneville roads, here are a few guidelines to be followed:
- It is prohibited to deposit, throw or blow snow on the roads;
- It is prohibited to park your vehicles on the road at night between 12:00 (midnight) and 7:00 am;
- It is prohibited to park your vehicles on the road for more than four (4) hours consecutively between 7:00 am and 12:00 (midnight).