Ville de Gatineau
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9-1-1 emergency centreAccès Gatineau cardAcquisition, vente, occupation d'une propriété municipale ou locationAge-friendly municipalityAgriculture urbaineAirportAnimalsArbitrator in matters of agricultural and forest activitiesArchivesAuditor GeneralAutomated External DefibrillatorsAwards and honoursBibliothèqueBikeBirdsBreastfeedingBusBusiness and economic developmentCamions de cuisine de rueCannabisCareersChauffage au boisCivic activitiesCommittees, commissions, round tables and external organizationsDay campsEau potableEcological products and services available in Gatineau (Green directory)Energy efficiencyFinancial assistance, support and grantsFire serviceGarage saleGarbage, recyclables, compostables and bulky itemsGatineau pour la vieGestion de l'eauHistorical datesIdling enginesImmigration and cultural diversityInsectes nuisiblesLivraison de terre de remblai par la VilleMaintenance of roads, trails, sidewalks, parks, green spaces and urban furnitureMonumentsMunicipal administrationMunicipal by-lawsMunicipal councilMunicipal courtMunicipal electionsMunicipal taxesNew residentsNoiseNotice of claimOmbudsman (last resort complaint)ParkingPermis et certificats d'autorisation en urbanismePlantes nuisiblesPolicePrévention des noyadesPromotional itemsProperty assessmentReconnaissance citoyenneRental of municipal facilitiesSchool crossing guardsSecurity alarm systemsSeptic installationsSewers, sewer backups, sewage, runoff and water infiltrationSite patrimonial du Quartier-du-MuséeSocial housingTags and graffitiTelecommunication antennasToponymyTrainTreesUniversal accessVisual identityVitesse et sécurité routièreVoies réservéesWork, major projects, road closures and pathway closures

About Gatineau

Recognized for its quality of life, Gatineau is a city of 290,000 inhabitants. It is located on the north shore of the Ottawa River, and extends east and west of the Gatineau River.

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