Quartier 21 program
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Building neighbourhoods that are conducive to good health
To improve the quality of life of Montrealers, the Direction de santé publique de Montréal, in partnership with the Ville de Montréal, has initiated the Quartiers 21 programme.
Quartiers 21 provides financial support to projects that foster sustainable development.
- Depending on the needs of the local community, Quartiers 21 projects can work on a range of issues, including active and safe transportation, greening, community gardens, social housing surrounded by neighbourhood services and green spaces, etc.
- Quartiers 21 projects seek to involve residents and mobilize local business and community leaders in actions that address their neighbourhood's environmental, social and economic issues.
- Sixteen projects were funded between 2005 and 2010.
If you would like to know if there are any Quartiers 21 projects in your neighbourhood, check out the Quartiers 21 projects map.
For more information on the Quartiers 21 programme, read the faq.
When to Consult
Protection and prevention
Help and Resources
Visit the sustainable development section of the Ville de Montréal Web site
Visit the Web sites of organizations that have participated in the Quartiers 21 Programme:
- Pro-Vert Sud-Ouest (in French only)
- Comité des Organismes Sociaux de Saint-Laurent (COSSL) (in French only)
- Éco-quartier Peter McGill
- Groupe de recherche appliquée en macroécologie (GRAME) (in French only)
People at Risk
The Quartiers 21 projects are implemented by and for Montrealers. They rely heavily on the participation of local citizens and are supported by key players inthe community.
Dernière mise à jour le : 2018.06.11