To keep pace with the COVID-19 situation and to stay on top of the most recent news, we invite you to consult this page for details concerning your municipality and its administration.
For municipal emergencies, outside of regular office hours, please dial 450 834-2596 and press 8.
To stay informed, you can also follow Rawdon’s Facebook page.
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If you think that you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please contact the Public Health department at 1 877 644-4545.
Several initiatives and economic intervention plans have been established to support businesses across Quebec and Canada.
All citizens are invited to show economic solidarity by supporting local businesses.
Together, let’s support our community!
Acheter local Rawdon
The citizens’ initiative Acheter local Rawdon was created to help the community, the producers and merchants of Rawdon and surrounding areas. It is a directory filled with information that will help you discover flavours, products and passionate people from a variety of fields.
Facebook Group – Achat local Rawdon
The public Facebook group – Achat local Rawdon was also created to foster communication between our business people and the community.
Panierbleu.ca is a digital platform that allows Quebecers to find local products and services in each region. Consumers, as well as businesses and associations, can submit a request to have their names added to the repertoire. Panierbleu.ca will list the points of sale in Quebec on its non-transactional website.
Given the extenuating circumstances, the Municipality of Rawdon wanted to lighten the tax burden on its taxpayers by adopting a deferral of payment on the 2nd tax instalment, as well as a reduction on the interest rate on unpaid taxes.
- Deferral of the 2nd instalment to June 1st
- March 1st
- April 20th (deferred to June 1st)
- June 1st
- July 20th
- September 1st
- October 20th
- November 30th (replaces the April 20th payment)
- Lowering of the interest rate applicable to 2020 property taxes to 5% per year on the balance of unpaid taxes after their scheduled due dates.
- Cancellation of the applicable penalty for the 2020 fiscal year.
Protecting your well-being in the COVID-19 pandemic
Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre Bulletin – COVID-19 frauds
COVID-19 : Good Health Practices to Follow During a Move
Self-Care Guide – COVID-19
Decision Fact Sheet– COVID-19
More useful resources
Help and Crisis Lines
List of Community Organizations in the Matawinie region (updated on June 25th 2020)
The Town Hall is open to the public for tax payment purposes and for certain recreational services only.
All other services are provided remotely.
The following measures are in effect during your visit to the Town Hall:
- Wearing a mask is mandatory for people 12 years of age and over;
- Hand disinfection at the entrance;
- Physical distancing of two meters.
Citizens are invited to use our online and remote services:
Finance – Assessment Roll
Consult the assessment roll online.
The loan of library books is available by email at email@example.com, by telephone at 450 834-2596, ext. 7162 or via the online catalog.
- Contactless pick-up by appointment
- Contactless pick-up at your car, by appointment
Council meetings are no longer held behind closed doors.
However, to ensure social distancing, the meetings can only accommodate 20 people.
It is possible to download several permit application forms from our website.
Public Works – Requests
Citizens who wish to make a request can do so by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Citizens can come to the Town Hall, but we encourage payment of taxes online via their financial institution.
To find out about the current situation, as it unfolds, check out the mayor’s videoclips on our YouTube channel.
The videos are in both French and English.
A mask or face covering, covering the nose and mouth is mandatory in all closed public places in Quebec.
It is also required on public transit (bus, metro, ferries, taxis, car services, etc.) for people 12 years of age and over.
Although children between the ages of 2 and 12 are not required to wear a mask, it is strongly recommended that they do so.
Beginning August 24th, people 10 years of age and over will be required to wear a mask when using public transportation, in indoor and partially open public places and in school from the 5th grade up.
For more information, please consult Quebec.ca.