For the past three years, the municipal government has been working to unlock the great potential of Québec’s third largest city, where one can live, study, work, and play in a remarkable urban and natural setting.
Laval is undergoing a transformation and offers exceptional development opportunities. Construction of major urban infrastructures, a road transportation network and high quality public transit, a young and educated workforce, available land, business support programs, a one-stop shop, and fast-tracked procedures—all explain the increase in large-scale projects in the residential, commercial, industrial, and service sectors.
From Place Bell to the Espace Montmorency, the TOD Concorde and Cartier districts to the complete redevelopment of Val-Martin… Do you know today’s Laval?
Explore the city’s vitality at the public forum with the Mayor of Laval, Marc Demers.