Public works

Opening of the Brome-Missisquoi Ecocenter – Sutton sector

A reminder that the MRC Brome-Missisquoi Ecocenter – Sutton sector, will reopen on the fourth Saturday of the month from April 25, 2020 to November 28, 2020. The service, offered in collaboration with the Town of Sutton, will resume its activities in 2020 at the usual location: 260, Principal Street South, Sutton.

The other ecocenter sites of the MRC’s network (Bromont, Bedford, Lac Brôme, Cowansville and Farnham) are available, free of charge, on Saturdays during the same period to all residents of Brome-Missisquoi. For more information :


Collection of organic materials in winter

Tricks for collection of organic materials in winter:

Closure of the municipal ecocentre in 2020

The Sutton municipal ecocentre will close its doors in 2020. This decision has been taken because conditions required to ensure environmental and economic viability of the project were not met as part of the process to improve the regional ecocentre service. Essentially, the decision to close the Town of Sutton’s ecocentre is based on the following considerations:

  • The existence of two parallel services, regional (MRC) as regards and municipal, creates confusion as regards the nature of the recyclable materials accepted at each location;
  • The objective of municipal recycling being profitable for the preservation of the environment was not met;
  • In a context of scarcity of resources, it has become impossible for the Town to find the personnel necessary to provide this service;
  • This is part of the policy of reducing costs relating to garbage collection.

In order to ensure the efficient recycling of eligible materials, the Sutton population will be able to continue to use the usual garbage collection services and the services provided by the ecocentre of the MRC of Brome-Missisquoi which are in the process of optimizing their centre (new layout of the site coming in 2020).

Town of Sutton’s 2020 budget

On 16 December 2019, the Council of the Town of Sutton adopted its budget for the year 2020.

Prior to its adoption a public presentation was given to explain the context and the facts relevant to the budget.

The Town of Sutton’s 2020 budget takes into account the Town’s obligations, neccessary catch-up work for municipal infrastructure and equipment, and also responds to certain expectations expressed by the community. The budget foresees a reduction of 5 % in the residential tax rate, and investments in the order of $12,7M in its three-year investment program as detailed in the Programme triennal d’immobilisations (PTI).  

To watch the presentation (in French) of the 2020 budget, including the question period, on YouTube

To access the 2020 budget presentation document (in French)

To access the 2020 budget summary, detailed budget and tax rates, consult the following link






Notice to citizens – Tests on the booster pumps on Dyer Street on November 28, 2019

Sectors concerned: Woodard, Sénécal, Royea, Dyer, Laplante and Principale Nord from civic number 91.

Town of Sutton wishes to notify you that tests will be made on the booster pump situated on Dyer Street, on November 28, 2019. This may cause pressure variation. We apologize for any potential inconvenience.

Please contact the public works department at 450-538-2290, for further information.


Reminder – Collections of leaves – November 22nd, 2019

There will be a second door-to-door leaf collections in all the sectors on Friday  November 22nd, 2019.

Only paper bags without adhesive tape will be picked up. The bags must be placed by the side of the road before 7:00 am. The leaves will be composted at the RIEDSBM.

To consult the MRC Brome-Missisquoi leaf collections calendar, click here.

Weather watch – closed roads

Friday, November 1, 2019 at 3:30 pm

Closed roads

The Town of Sutton informs you that the following roads are partially or totally closed and will stay closed until further notice:

– Parmenter Road (in front of number 800);
-Mont Echo Road (in front of number 670);
-Cushion Road;

Following the upcoming weather conditions, other streets could be partially or completely closed depending on flooding or the fall of some trees. Additional damage may occur. We encourage you to avoid approaching streams that are flooded and to securely fix or store your objects subject to fly away (carport, garbage can, etc.). Rest assure that the Town is currently executing its Emergency Measures Plan and that all our teams are deployed and on the look-out. The Town is also in contact with the government authorities, the Sûreté du Québec and Hydro-Québec.

9-1-1 waiting period

9-1-1 is receiving a lot of calls right now. Please use 9-1-1 only for safety-related calls (traffic congestion and subsidence, electrical wires, life at risk). For any material damage, please contact your insurer. Thank you for your collaboration.

Power failures

Hydro-Québec informs us that the power failures will last at least 24 hours.

John-Sleeth Center

The John-Sleeth Center is closed until further notice due to wind damage. The organizations have been notified.


The Town reminds you to ensure that your culvert or culvert pipe are clear and not block. In addition, any construction or repair of your culvert or culvert pipe must be permitted to ensure compliance with the proposed work and to ensure proper widths.

Collection of organic materials

Given the circumstances, the Town informs you that the collection of organic materials may not take place on your street. Exceptionally, the collection will take place on the next scheduled date.

Follow up

For a follow-up or more information, do not hesitate to follow us on our Facebook page and our website. City Hall will remain open up to 9:00 pm for information. For any emergency, contact 9-1-1.

Notice of Work on Parmenter road

Please note that because of a collapsed culvert on Parmenter road, Town of Sutton must undertake urgent repair work. For that reason, Parmenter road is currently closed from civic number 800.

Signage will be put in place to advice users of the detour.

Closure of the Brome-Missisquoi Ecocentres for the winter

If you wish to take advantage of the services of one of the six Brome-Missisquoi ecocentres, you will have to do so before the end of November as these will close for the winter period, starting in December.

The service will resume in April 2020.

For information relating to the sites, schedules and accepted items, please visit

Reminder – Collections of leaves – November 1st and 22nd, 2019

There will be a door-to-door leaf collections in all the sectors on Friday  November 1st and 22nd, 2019.

Only paper bags without adhesive tape will be picked up. The bags must be placed by the side of the road before 7:00 am. The leaves will be composted at the RIEDSBM.

Dead leaves will also be accepted at the MRC Ecocentre in Sutton, on Saturday October 26, from 8 a.m to 4 p.m. Leaves must also be in paper bags or in bulk. They will also be composted at the RIEDSBM. The ecocentre is located at 260 South Principale Street.

To consult the MRC Brome-Missisquoi leaf collections calendar, click here.