Temporary Public Spaces : Westmount all-out in the summer!


The City of Westmount is reimagining some spaces this summer to enliven local arteries and increase the number of convivial public areas. The temporary installations will all be in place until the fall of 2022 or until further notice. These projects allow the City of Westmount to respond to the diverse needs of the community while trying out some planning ideas to bring us closer to a human-scale city.

3 spaces

3 public terraces in Victoria Village

Pedestrian zone on the east side of Greene

Pedestrian zone on de Maisonneuve

Data collection

Temporary public spaces sprang up in Westmount in the summer of 2020 in response to the Covid 19 pandemic. Confinement, physical distancing, and the closure of dining and retail spaces contributed to an increased need for public space. In 2022, the City would like to survey the community to assess how well the temporary public spaces project is meeting the needs of the public

Public survey closed - Results to come

Many benefits for the community

  • Revitalization of the public space
  • Promotion of active transportation
  • Incentives for motorists to slow down
  • Greening
  • Commercial attractiveness

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