Green Initiatives

 

Prohibition of Certain Plastic Bags

At the sitting held on September 10, 2018, the City Council of the City of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue adopted by-law number 806 to prohibit the distribution of certain shopping bags in businesses throughout its territory. The purpose of this measure is to encourage a change in behavior with respect to the use of this type of bag and thus reduce the environmental impact.

According to by-law 806, it is no longer allowed to distribute certain shopping bags made of conventional, oxo-degradable or biodegradable plastic in retail businesses located on the territory of the City of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue.

Awareness Campaign "I'm doing my part"

Starting today, we invite you to shop with a reusable bag!

 

A Birth, A Tree Program

The City of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue is proud to welcome the arrival of a child by offering a tree to his/her family. This program is for families residing in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue who have adopted or given birth to a child in the last year.

By accepting this gift, new parents contribute to the history of the community, in addition to beautifying our living environment and providing a healthier environment for future generations.

The tree will be planted on the family’s property or in a public place within the city.  

The "One Birth, One Tree" program helps improve the quality of life in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue in the same way as the “One Birth, One Book” program.

How to request it?

If you have adopted or given birth to a child this year and would like to receive a tree in commemoration, please fill out this form and return it:

By email: info@sadb.qc.ca
In person: City Hall - 109 Rue Sainte-Anne

New parents must provide a photocopy of proof of residency and proof of birth or adoption.

Registration deadline for this year is September 6th. The tree will be presented on Ecology Day.

 

Rain Barrels

Would you like to reduce your household water consumption? Rainwater recovery is a simple, economical and ecological way to maximize water use.

Why recycle rain water?

  • For watering your gardens and lawns
  • For washing your car
  • For filling your pool
  • For lowering your water bill
  • For reducing the high costs of drinking water treatment
  • For preserving this free natural resource instead of dumping it into the wastewater system

Get yours for less
Our rain barrels are available at the reduced cost of $50. Order and pay for your barrel at City Hall’s reception desk and we will deliver it to your home.

Installing your Rain Barrel
Place it under a gutter (your gutters must preferably join into one downspout to collect as much water as possible). 

For more information, please contact the City Hall reception at 514 457-5500

 

Home Composters

In addition to the City's weekly organic waste collection, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue residents can now purchase a household composter and make their own compost! Our home composters are available at thr reduced cost of $30. Order and pay for your composter at City Hall’s reception desk and we will deliver it to your home.

For more information, please contact the City Hall reception at 514-457-5500.

Useful link : Recyc-Québec 

 

Free Compost Distribution

We hold one free compost distribution day per year for residents of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, normally in May.

DATE: Saturday, May 18, 2019

There will be 3 locations for Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue residents to receive compost free of charge.

•    Parc Godin
•    At the end of Rue Besner
•    At the end of Rue Leslie-Dowker

Representatives of the Montreal Fire Service (SIM) will be present at the Leslie-Dowker distribution point to provide information and answer any questions you should have regarding compost.

Don't forget your shovel and containers! Thank you for sharing!

Maximum quantity: 120 liters (30 gallons) the equivalent of a full wheelbarrow!

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