The cities of Mirabel, Boisbriand, Sainte-Thérèse and Blainville have entered into an agreement that allows them to continue to jointly manage the Domaine Vert park for a period of fifteen years, renewable for another fifteen years after the term, within the framework of an intermunicipal management board. This agreement ensures both the sustainability of the park and free access for the citizens of the four signatory municipalities.
“We are delighted with this agreement, which has a direct impact on the quality of life of the citizens of the partner cities. In a spirit of encouraging the adoption of healthy lifestyles, we are happy to be able to continue to offer free access to the Parc du Domaine Vert, this exceptional natural space that allows young and old to practice a wide variety of outdoor activities, ”said Sylvie Surprenant, Mayor of Sainte-Thérèse.
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“The park is a gem and the green space of our region. The renewal of this agreement not only ensures the protection of this natural space for our citizens, but also consolidates the partnership work that is being done between the four member cities”, underlined the mayoress of Boisbriand, Mrs. Marlene Cordato.
“The Domaine Vert park, a forest area located in an urban environment, is a treasure of our region. Visitors appreciate the outdoor activities and the quality of the environment. This agreement allows the four cities to continue to offer this green and recreational space to all of our fellow citizens and I thank them for their openness, ”said Mr. Richard Perreault, Prefect of the MRC de Thérèse-De Blainville. and mayor of the City of Blainville.
The City of Sainte-Thérèse adopted the agreement reached between the four partner cities on August 16, the City of Boisbriand on August 17, while the City of Mirabel ratified it on August 9. It will be Blainville’s turn on August 24th.
The Domaine Vert park, with an area of 595 hectares, is located on the territory of the City of Mirabel and the intermunicipal board is made up of two municipal councillors delegated by each of the four partner cities.