Redevelopment of the Sablière school landing stage on rue d’Argenson

TERREBONNE, JULY 4, 2024 – The City of Terrebonne has begun work to redevelop the landing stage of the Sablière school, on rue d’Argenson. The work began on July 3 and will last three weeks.

The work includes the construction of a sidewalk along the existing central reservation as well as a second one on the south side of rue d’Argenson. Two pedestrian crossings and a fence in the central reservation will be added to better identify the passages of schoolchildren. Finally, trees will be relocated to the south of the tennis courts at Angora Park.

This project is being carried out thanks to financial support of $136,064 from the Government of Quebec as part of the Road Safety Fund Financial Assistance Program (PAFFSR).

“The safety of our children is a top priority. This work is essential to make the area safer for elementary school students who walk around the landing area. The entire Sablière school community and users of Angora Park will benefit from these improvements.”

Benoît Ladouceur, municipal councilor for district 9 – La Sablière-Hauteville

“I am delighted with the support offered by the Government of Quebec to improve road safety in Terrebonne. This is excellent news for the Sablière school, which will see its facilities become safer for students.

Pierre Fitzgibbon, Member of Parliament for Terrebonne, Minister of Economy, Innovation and Energy, Minister responsible for Regional Economic Development and Minister responsible for the Metropolis and the Montreal region



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