The Westmount Market: Area Communities
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Population: 19,701*

* according to the Ministère des Affaires municipales et des Régions of Quebec, 2007

Size: 3.9 square kilometres

Public transport : Eight bus routes that criss-cross the city, two subway stations (Orange and Green) and one commuter train station.

Parks: Thirteen public parks, with different sports and recreational facilities and open green spaces. A bird and flower sanctuary and tree preserve is found at the top of Westmount Mountain.

Westmount calender of events:     please click on the following link

One of the oldest neighbourhoods in Montreal, Westmount lies within walking distance of downtown Montreal, yet remains free of the hustle and bustle. Westmount is a distinctive city comprised of residents of diverse backgrounds and languages, with everyone benefiting from an intimate neighborhood quality and a sense of community. Property owners and architects know that a building in Westmount represents a major investment. The high property values are, in part, the result of careful preservation of the heritage buildings.

Residents benefit from a choice of public and private schools as well as an excellent public library, the city’s own public security force, a YMCA, a public greenhouse, indoor and outdoor skating rinks, grass playing fields and community centres.

The Westmount Architectural and Planning Commission use special guidelines in order to preserve and enhance Westmount's distinctive character. Before you start a renovation project, check Westmount’s special zoning regulations!

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