News

Heat Wave – Stay cool in the pool, at Goyette-Hill Park

In response to the coming heat wave, the Town is increasing access to the community pool in Goyette-Hill Park. Two extra hours are added to the pool schedule on Sunday July 1st. For most of next week, as long as the heat wave is present, access to the pool will be unrestricted.

Call for Tenders Number 011-TP-P-18 Remplacement of Booster Pumps on Dyer and Principale

2017 financial report for the Town of Sutton

A short presentation of key facts will be made during the next council meeting on Tuesday 3 July at 7.30pm

Waste material collections survey

To learn more about the subject consult the press release by clicking here and to complete the survey, click here.

 

 

Sutton wins significant national prize for its historical self-guided tours

To learn more about the subject, consult the press release (in French only) by clicking here.

Population Health Survey 2018

For more information on this survey, consult the following documents (in French only):

Press release

Frequently asked questions

Intergenerational pilot project

You are 50 years old and older!
You want to share your passion!
You love children!

We have what you need!!!

The Town of Sutton is looking for passionate people for an intergenerational mentoring/pairing pilot project (seniors – children). You can volunteer to share your passion in a safe environment and will be accompanied by day camp staff.

Frequency: 1 time per week (variable according to your availability)
Duration of activities: 30 minutes to 1 hour
Location: Goyette Hill Park, Sutton School or Community Hall
Children: 5 to 12 years old (choose your favorite age group)
Group of 6 to 12 children.

You only need to have some availability during the week to animate initiation activities such as tennis, knitting, hiking, martial arts, chess, etc.. If you have another activity to propose, do not hesitate!

For more information or to express your interest, please contact Simon-Olivier Rioux, at the Town of Sutton:  at 450 538-2290 or by email at [email protected]

A similar initiative in Blainville.
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUrqQ-kMa6A

Sharing the road better: keep cyclists and motorists safe!

The beautiful weather and Sutton’s outstanding scenery are an irresistible draw for cyclists who want to tour around on our roads! Whether you’re on a bike or in a car, lead by example: earn the respect of others by following the rules of the road. And in the same spirit, treat pedestrians with courtesy and care.

Share road safely

Safe cycling guide

 

 

 

Lyme disease – prevention information

For more information on Lyme disease click on the informative text (in French only) or visit: Portail santé mieux-être

Notice of work on Alderbrooke Road from May 30 to June 29, 2018

The Town of Sutton wishes to inform citizens that work will be carried out on Alderbrooke Road.

Start:

May 30, 2018

Expected Finish:

June 29, 2018

Direction:

South and North

Location:

In front of 1091, Alderbrooke Road

Hindrance:

Road closed from May 30 to June 29, 2018, between Robinson Road and the intersection of Dyer and Macey Roads.

Details about the detour to follow.

Town of Sutton plans to carry out embankment stabilization and road repairs on Alderbrooke Road, in front of 1091, from May 30 to June 29.

These interferences may be altered due to weather constraints.

For the safety of road users and workers, compliance with the signs in place is essential.