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  • The districts of the City of Montreal benefit from more than 1,495 parks covering an area of more than 6,412 ha. This dataset represents all of the parks and public spaces surveyed and illustrates their surface polygons in the context of the territory's urban frame. The data are not representative of the parks of the linked cities that are only partially represented. The boundaries of parks and public spaces generally follow the cadastre, but cannot be used as a legal reference for accurately locating the location of a park. The data provided in this dataset is for representation purposes only. __Interact with visualization data [View of Montreal Parks and Sports Facilities] (https://qlik.beta.montreal.ca/pub/sense/app/8636bd4b-d2b1-48a0-a790-05331b84af2b/sheet/6bcbf9ba-d7b0-4dfb-a11d-3e075504b5e9/state/analysis).__ **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • The City of Montreal offers a multitude of recreational, sports and cultural facilities in its territory. It has more than 3,396 outdoor facilities, including 77 swimming pools, 95 paddling pools, 150 water games and nearly 3,000 trays and playgrounds. The Urban Sport and Outdoor Master Plan frames the structure of the inventory with 96 recognized outdoor facilities classes. The content of the data allows the number of facilities per district to be consulted. The data are not representative of the facilities located in the territory of the linked cities which are represented only in part. __Interact with visualization data [View of Montreal Parks and Sports Facilities] (https://qlik.beta.montreal.ca/pub/sense/app/8636bd4b-d2b1-48a0-a790-05331b84af2b/sheet/6bcbf9ba-d7b0-4dfb-a11d-3e075504b5e9/state/analysis).__ **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • In the context of the fight against COVID-19, the Greater Montreal area quickly redesigned public space to promote safe and active travel. The objective is to enable people to move actively in accordance with the physical distancing guidelines prescribed by the Public Health Directorate. This data set locates the PLANNED health corridors as well as the PLANNED active and safe lanes as reported by the related districts and cities of the Agglomeration. Active and safe lanes are presented as announced in the [May 15, 2020 announcement] (http://ville.montreal.qc.ca/portal/page?_pageid=5798,42657625&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL&id=32659&ret=http://ville.montreal.qc.ca/pls/portal/url/page/prt_vdm_fr/rep_annonces_ville/rep_communiques/communiques).*Note: * This data is constantly evolving and is shared for informational purposes only. Some measures are implemented and others are still in planning. The duration of the maintenance of these is not yet defined. For further information on the COVID-19 crisis, please consult the [dedicated section on the website of the City of Montreal] (https://montreal.ca/articles/le-coronavirus-covid-19). **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • This set of point-in-time data shows sewer manholes located on the island of Montreal. These manholes are compartments through which sewers are accessed to clean, inspect and maintain them. The eyes are placed at regular intervals on the right section of the main pipe. In straight sections, the maximum distance between two looks is 120 meters. Gates are usually placed at the beginning of a network, either at the top of the upstream section and where the pipe changes direction, altitude, slope and/or diameter. The information associated with the geographical data corresponds to the type and material of the look, date of installation, status, owner and jurisdiction. It is possible to consult the entire [georeferenced sewer system] (http://donnees.ville.montreal.qc.ca/dataset?tags=R%C3%A9seau+%C3%A9gouts) on the portal. __WARNing__: These data are published annually, so they do not include updates made during the year. For this reason, they should not under any circumstances be used for engineering purposes without validation with the City. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • The territory of the island of Montreal is divided into areas corresponding to neighborhood posts of the Police Service of the City of Montreal. The dataset provides, in the form of polygons, geographic information of the boundaries of the sectors covered by each district post. The [neighbourhood posts] data set (/city-de-montreal/district-map-posts-district) provides the location of the district post. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • The “family quality” certification program was publicly launched in May 2013. The City of Montreal has more than 230 buildings certified “family quality”. They are equipped with one or more equipment that makes life easier for families such as changing tables and drinking and breastfeeding chairs. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • Ungeoreferenced model of downtown Montreal (2011) covering the electoral districts of Peter-McGill and Saint-Jacques (partially). The data under this mock-up have no legal value. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • This dataset includes the address and geospatial coordinates of the neighbourhood posts of the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • This dataset contains geographic and descriptive information on buildings and sites subject to the Cultural Heritage Act and located within the territory of the City of Montreal. The proposed polygonal boundaries complement the specific information already provided by the Ministry of Culture and Communications: * [Heritage buildings cited by municipalities] (https://www.donneesquebec.ca/recherche/fr/dataset/immeubles-patrimoniaux-cites-par-les-municipalites-et-les-communautes-autochtones) * [Heritage buildings classified by the Minister of Culture and Communications] (https://www.donneesquebec.ca/recherche/fr/dataset/immeubles-patrimoniaux-classes-par-la-ministre-de-la-culture-et-des-communications) * [Heritage Sites Cited by Municipalities] (https://www.donneesquebec.ca/recherche/fr/dataset/sites-patrimoniaux-cites-par-les-municipalites-et-les-communautes-autochtones) * [National Heritage Site declared by the Cultural Heritage Act by the Government of Quebec] (https://www.donneesquebec.ca/recherche/fr/dataset/site-patrimonial-national-declare-par-la-loi-sur-le-patrimoine-culturel-par-le-gouvernement-du-) * [Heritage Sites Classified by the Minister of Culture and Communications] (https://www.donneesquebec.ca/recherche/fr/dataset/sites-patrimoniaux-classes-par-la-ministre-de-la-culture-et-des-communications) WARNING: The approximate boundaries were made from the property lines or ground right-of-way of buildings. The data are provided for information purposes only and, therefore, have no legal scope. Reference should be made to the Cultural Heritage Register, held by the Ministry of Culture and Communications by the Registrar of Cultural Heritage, for legal information. **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**

  • Geographic data set for the City of Montreal's trucking by-laws. View the [dynamic map] (http://www2.ville.montreal.qc.ca/camionnage/). **This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).**