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Two hour parking rules come into effect as a result of Marc Chagall high rise construction

The City of Côte Saint-Luc will be limiting parking to a maximum of two hours on parts of Marc Chagall Ave. and the north end of Mackle Rd. once new signs are posted in March 2018.

The goal of this new parking rule is to encourage workers at the Equinoxe Marc Chagall, currently under construction, to park their private vehicles at the temporary parking lot located diagonally across from Le Marquise.

With fewer worker cars parked all day on Marc Chagall Ave. and Mackle Rd., more on-street parking will be available for your guests closer to your building.

The new two hour parking signs will be posted on Marc Chagall Ave. from Mackle Rd. to Le Marquise, and the north end of Mackle Rd.

We know that this two hour parking limit may inconvenience some of your guests who stay longer. However, this was the best option available to achieve our goal: freeing up parking spaces for your guests you are not able to use the visitor parking lot of your building.

If you have questions, please contact Charles Senekal, Director the Engineering Division weekdays between 8:30am and 4:30pm at engineering@cotesaintluc.org, or 514-485-6800 ext. 1501.

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