The City of Shannon is under the obligation to issue a public notice upon the adoption of any by-law by the council. This obligation also extends to requests for minor exemption in urban planning for which a public notice must be issued in order to inform citizens of the nature of the request and the date of the meeting during which it will be discussed.

There are also other exceptional circumstances (filing of the assessment roll, municipal elections and by-law on the remuneration of elected officers, etc.) that require public notices.

Public notices are namely displayed at the entrance of the city hall, at the community center, in local newspapers and on the city’s website.

City Council Regular Meeting

Monday October 5, 2020 at 7:30 pm – Closed circuit

Due to the new government rules and directives in effect from October 1st to October 28, 2020, the next regular meeting of the municipal council of the City of Shannon will be held on Monday, October 5 at 7:30 p.m. in a closed circuit.

Question period
In accordance with the Rules of Procedure for Board meetings (524-16), the question period usually reserved for citizens during public sessions will be maintained. Citizens who wish to submit questions (maximum two) can do so through emails sent to ville@shannon.ca before noon on the day of the session. These questions may be dealt with by elected officials during the question period and recorded, if necessary, in the minutes.

Remember that citizens will be able to hear the audio conference content of this session, which will be posted online in the days following the session on the City’s website under the tab Greffe/ Séance du conseil-COVID-19

Documents available for download via this page.