It has become a regular practice for municipalities to share their facilities in the North Shore. Not every town has the financial capability or the infrastructure to build facilities for every sport. In line with this practice the city of Boisbriand renewed an agreement allowing the citizens of Boisbriand to access the facilities of the Saint-Eustache Aquatic Complex for five additional years, i.e. until January 1, 2027.
Formally arranged between the City of Boisbriand, the City of Saint-Eustache and the Association du sport et du plein air, this agreement allows the residents of Boisbriand to take advantage of the Saint-Eustache Aquatic Complex by registering for activities offered at the same rates as the residents of Saint-Eustache. It also offers them free access to free swimming.
“This agreement is part of our desire to offer the citizens of Boisbriand a varied and complete offer of activities for all ages. I invite you to take advantage of these facilities in any season! said Mayor Christine Beaudette. The residents of Boisbriand must obtain a Boisbriand swimming pool card to enable them to register for activities at the Aquatic Complex.
It is important to note that the first agreement was signed in January 2017 to allow the citizens of Boisbriand to benefit from quality facilities at a cost that benefits everyone.