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MINOR DEROGATIONS

DM2020-9004

DM2020-9001

DM2019-80103

 

PUBLIC NOTICES

Public Notice of June 11th, 2020

 

QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS

To print a FORM, click HERE

Please deposit the completed form at the Town Halll situated at 175 Louisa Road by using the outdoor mailbox OR you may also transmit it by Email at info@wentworth.ca


APPOINTMENT WITH YOUR MUNICIPAL INSPECTOR:
Please click HERE to obtain an appointment with your Municipal Inspector or if you wish to obtain further information on Bylaws and Permits. You may also contact Annick Valentine directly at 450 562-0701 (ext. 2922). 

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WITRD RECREATIONAL TOURISM
DEVELOPMENT CONCEPT
COMMUNICATION FROM THE MUNICIPALITY
OF THE TOWNSHIP OF WENTWORTH

 October 11, 2019 - The Municipal Council reaffirms its determination to preserve the environment

 September 27, 2019 - Thanks from your Council

 Follow-up to the June 8th, 2019 Public Hearings 
(for information only)  

September 13, 2019 - Important update from the Municipal Council  

 Written Briefs and Messages (Public Hearings-June 8th, 2019)
 Transcription of verbal presentations (Public Hearings-June 8th, 2019)  

Public Hearings Session, Saturday June 8th, at 2 pm 
Agenda and List of registered individuals permitted to speak 
( HERE )

Notice to the citizen of May 17th, 2019 - Public Hearing Session ( HERE )
In addition: 3 maps of the lands
map no.1 ( HERE )
map no.2 ( HERE )
map no.3 ( HERE )

Presentation of May 6th, 2019 - Public Consulation (HERE)
Review Process of May 6th, 2019 - Discussion & exchange (HERE)

April 24, 2019 - Special Bulletin sent by mail (HERE)

December 20, 2018 - Communiqué ( HERE )
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F.A.Q.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Questions & Answers (HERE)
Annex (HERE
Role of different levels of government and
path to a regulatory amendment


The Municipal Council is commited
to taking into consideration your comments.
Please write to
: FAQ@wentworth.ca

 


 

TAX CREDIT FOR ECO-FRIENDLY HOME RENOVATION
AN INITIATIVE OF THE QUEBEC GOVERNMENT

 

A temporary refundable tax credit for eco-friendly home renovations has been introduced. The tax credit is intended for individuals who have a qualified contractor carry out eco-friendly renovation work on their principal place of residence or cottage under a contract entered into after October 7, 2013, and before November 1, 2014.

The amount of the tax credit corresponds to 20% of the portion of an individual's eligible expenses that exceeds $2,500, up to a maximum tax credit of $10,000 per eligible dwelling.

To qualify for the tax credit, the work must have a positive environmental impact or improve the dwelling's energy efficiency, and the materials and appliances involved must meet recognized environmental and energy standards. The contractor that carried out the work must certify that those standards are met by completing and signing form Certificate of Compliance With Energy and Environmental Standards, and giving it to the individual for whom the work was done.

CLICK ON THESE LINKS FOR MORE DETAILS:

Tax Credit for Eco-Friendly Home Renovation (EcoRenov)

Recognized Eco-Friendly Renovation Work

 

2016 Montreal Home Show

A FIRST !

 

 By presenting its wooded charm to attract new residents, the municipality of the Township of Wentworth proudly participated in the 2016 Montreal Home Show held at the Olympic Stadium the weekend of February 11th-14th.

A great experience had by all who attended!

 

For the occasion, a promotional pamphlet was created:

 Pamphlet Township of Wentworth 

Pamphlet also available at the Municipal Office (114 Louisa Rd)

  


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