Mountain sector – Cleaning of the aqueduct system
Town of Sutton will be cleaning out the aqueduct system in the Mountain sector starting April 27, 2020. This operation can cause the water to look temporarily cloudy (not clear), or turn yellowish. If this is the case, before using it let the cold water run in your bathtub or sink until the water becomes clear again. We apologize for any potential inconvenience.
Extraordinaire meeting on Monday April 27, 2020 at 4:00 p.m.
Exceptionally, and given the pandemic of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), you can find herein a draft of the proposed borrowing by-laws (in French only) and a draft of the resolution for designation of priority acts (in French only). These are draft and can be modified at any time before the special meeting of April 27, 2020 at 4:00 p.m.
- By-Law number 300 entitled “By-Law decreeing an expense of $141,104 and a loan of $141,104 for the replacement of the membranes of the filtration plant – Mountain sector” (in French only)
- By-Law number 301 entitled “By-Law decreeing an expense of $325,461 and a loan of $325,461 to secure the Academy well – Village sector” (in French only)
- By-Law number 302 entitled “By-Law decreeing an expense of $262,470 and a loan of $262,470 for the protection of the Maple Street sewer pipe” (in French only)
- Draft resolution relating to the designation of priority acts (in French only)
Also, you can find herein a handout (frequently asked questions) on the proposed loan by-laws that may answer many of your questions.
A call for your creative ideas and suggestions!
By late 2020, there’ll be new material for your daily walks: items from the Sutton museum will be placed in shops, parks and the library, and some of them will be modified to let you listen to stories by those who came before us. Works in art galleries and the cultural park will also be included. There will be a self-guided tour through the village core with 18 stops that draws a connection between the past and present, history and art. Just follow the green line painted on the ground.
The ones being considered so far are:
- Greening the Way Discovery Tour,
- The Blue Muse Fun Tour,
- Culture Crossing
- and Tracing Our Heritage.
The colour mentioned in the name is the colour that will be painted on the ground.
What will this self-guided tour be called? We need your help to find a good name!
Send your ideas to us at [email protected]
For the past several months the Sutton Culture department has been working on a new project to profile Sutton’s history and art. The project will take the form of a 4.5 km self-guided walking tour that will wind its way through the village core.
Along the way you will see the work of various artists at venues such as Arts Sutton, Art + and D’Arts et de Rêves. In addition, artefacts from the Sutton museum that bring alive the past will be placed in public areas for you to interact with and explore. Various themes will be highlighted, such as skiing in Sutton before the ski hill opened, old-fashioned remedies and potions, and Sutton’s early cinema. With some of the museum objects – telephones, radios and televisions – you’ll be able to hear the voices of our seniors telling stories about the hockey games of their youth, the advent of electricity and many other interesting events from Sutton’s history.
The walking tour route will be indicated by a line painted on the ground that links and identifies all the stops; there will also be an interactive map on a mobile app.
Postponement of the regional shoreline shrub distribution day
The council of mayors decided at the April 21 meeting, to postpone the Regional Day of Distribution of Shoreline Shrubs to a later date this fall which has not yet been determined. This decision was made in order to respect the health measures put in place regarding the current situation related to COVID-19.
You will be informed, as soon as possible, by email (for those who have booked shrubs with the MRC), newspapers and social media of the precise date for the resumption of the Shrub Distribution Day.
Thank you for your understanding.
Pre-inscriptions for day camp and aquatic activities 2020
Due to the pandemic uncertainty our summer programming is facing, specifically summer day camp and aquatic activities, the Town of Sutton is not able to proceed with regular registration at this point in time.
In order to plan for these activities this summer, the Town requests that all interested parents pre-register online, free of charge, for the day camp. We will proceed with payments at a later date when activities are confirmed.
You can now pre-register for day camp by using the following link:
As for aquatic activities, there will be also a pre-registration that will begin on May 12, 2020, and not on May 11, 2020 as previously announced. The link will be available at a later date.
Please note that we are following Public Health directives set out by the governments and we will inform you as quickly as possible of any further developments.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) / Regional statistics
Since the beginning of the pandemic COVID-19 (Coronavirus), CIUSSS-Estrie is posting statistics on this web page : https://www.santeestrie.qc.ca/en/care-services/health-advice/infectious-and-communicable-diseases/coronavirus-covid-19/
From April 17, 2020, CIUSSS-Estrie is also posting statistics for every municipality. To see these statistics, just click on the green button « Voir le nombre de cas par municipalité » on that web page (in French only).
Notice of closure of a section of Real road – Land subsidence
The Town of Sutton wishes to inform citizens that a section of Real road is currently closed due to failure in the retaining structure of the road, until further notice.
Real road, between Bernier and Harold roads.
Road closed, detour by Poissant and Harold roads.
Follow signage in place.
Compliance with the signs in place is mandatory.
We are sorry for the inconvenience.
Village sector – Rinsing of the aqueduct system
Town of Sutton will be rinsing out the aqueduct system in the Village sector starting April 20, 2020. This operation can cause the water to look temporarily cloudy (not clear), or turn yellowish. If this is the case, before using it let the cold water run in your bathtub or sink until the water becomes clear again. We apologize for any potential inconvenience.
Brome-Missisquoi companies encouraged to join online commerce
To read the press release from the Brome-Missisquoi Chamber of Commerce, please follow this link (in French only).
Opening of the regional Ecocenter in Cowansville on April 20, 2020
By this link (in French only), you will find the press release on: The opening of the regional Ecocenter in Cowansville on April 20. It will open on April 20 from Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., on specific days by municipality.