• Parc Ivor-McLeod
    Public park
    rue Yearling

    Opening hours:
    From 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
    (unless specified otherwise)

    Available services:
    Garbage
    Pic-nic tables
    Swimming prohibited

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Last updated: 03/03/2017

Dunes Lake Park renamed in memory of Ivor McLeod

On Sunday, June 14, 2015, accompanied by members of Council, Ivor McLeod’s wife Marilyn McLeod, brother Rick McLeod and close friends, Saint-Lazare mayor Robert Grimaudo unveiled a plaque commemorating Mr. Ivor McLeod, a key player in Saint-Lazare’s growth, thereby officially changing the name of Dunes Lake Park to Ivor-McLeod Park.

Addition of a street furniture

Street furniture, namely trash cans and picnic tables, have been installed on the beaches at Dunes Lake Woods. Regulatory signs have been posted at the entrance of the paths and additional Swimming prohibited signs will be installed on the beach.

The speed limit in that area will be reduced from 50 km/h to 30 km/h (on Nashwa and on parts of Yearling and Shetland streets) and street parking will be prohibited from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m.

By-Law

Just like in every other parks, Town is applying the By-Law regarding the use of park (in French only) in the Lac des Dunes park. Swimming is prohibited at all time.

Focus group on Dunes' Lake future

On Saturday, May 3, 2014, residents were invited to 2 focus groups sessions.

Thanks to all the residents who attended.

Based on the proposals made by the residents, Council will ask the Town administration to examine the various scenarios as well as their feasibility and the related costs.

The actions will then be prioritised and implemented based on the budget, the resources and the feasibility.

Summer 2014: security, parking lot and addition of street furniture

Read the historic.

Document

View the document presented to the residents during the focus groups.
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