Chambly Canal National Historic Site
Parks Canada invests more than $50 million over five years in the Chambly Canal National Historic Site. This major investment will make it possible to upgrade numerous structural elements of the waterway, improve the user experience for the 200,000-plus people who visit the site each year, and protect this exceptional heritage site for current and future generations to enjoy.
In addition to this major work, other external site projects will affect the infrastructure of the Chambly Canal as well as its users. On this page, you will find information related to the work that has an impact on users of the path and the banks
Temporary closure of bridge No. 4
Proponent: Parks Canada
Period: May 19 to October 9, 2023
Notice to users: Bridge No. 4, which spans the Chambly Canal National Historic Site along Montée du pont n° 4 Street, will be again occasionally left open this summer to allow easier passage for boats in the canal according to this schedule:
- From May 19 to June 22: the bridge will be closed to pedestrians and motorists from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays
- From June 23 to September 4: Bridge No. 4 will not be accessible to pedestrians and motorists from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily
- From September 5 to October 9: the bridge will be closed to pedestrians and motorists from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays
*This schedule is subject to change without notice due to operational requirements or equipment failure.
A detour of a few minutes will be planned via Bridge No. 7 (along Chemin Sainte-Thérèse or Route 223) or via the Chemin du Canal. Signage will be in place to indicate when the bridge is not accessible.
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