The City of Rosemère is including a registration section for recreation and library activities in its Voilà! Rosemère communication platform. Residents will now have to access this free app before registering for a course or an activity for themselves or a member of their family.
“This addition is an important step towards centralizing our residents’ information in one and the same place! In addition to offering Rosemerites a far more user-friendly and dynamic registration platform than the previous version, residents now have access to a much more complete overview of their activities with the Voilà! app. So, I invite all those who have not yet had the opportunity to download Voilà! Rosemère, to do so quickly,” said Rosemère Mayor Eric Westram.
Due to the public health measures currently in place, in-person recreational and cultural activities have unfortunately been suspended for an undetermined period of time. However, while waiting for the registration period for the day camp on April 13, residents are invited to create their free Voilà! Rosemère account or to link their Citizen’s Card to their existing account.
Moreover, the city points out that in order to register for a recreational or cultural activity, Rosemerites must have, at all times, their Citizen’s Card up to date and valid for the duration of the selected activity. To renew a card or to check the validity of family members’ Citizen’s Cards, residents must contact the library or the Recreation Department.
The Voilà! Rosemère digital platform is safe and easy to use. The principle is simple: Residents download the app onto their smartphone or tablet and create their user profile by entering their address. They will then be able to select the information and notifications they wish to receive by identifying their preferences in their profile. For example, residents will be able to choose to receive notifications of emergency situations and/or reminders for various waste pick-ups, view the calendar of activities that interest them, register online for recreational activities and receive all municipal news. This app will also enable them to view their tax bill, apply for permits online and report non-urgent problems to their town, such as a pothole or a broken streetlight. Lastly, residents will have the opportunity to take surveys issued by the Town to express their views on various issues of concern to them.