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The Village of Senneville, with its woods, meadows, farms, orchards, lake and many dry stone walls, is a distinct and charming community. The unique character of Senneville homes, displayed throughout the Village, is an asset to all of us who choose to live here. Many have great architectural and historical significance to Quebec and the rest of Canada. Some of the buildings were designed by well known architects such as McGill’s Percy Erskine Nobbs and the brothers Edward and William Maxwell who also designed the Château Frontenac and Château Laurier. On weekends, a great number of visitors come by cars, bicycles and on foot to enjoy one of the most beautiful scenery on the Island of Montreal.
Opening Hours : From 8:00 am to 12:00 pm and from 12:45 pm to 4:30 pm – Monday through Thursday
Friday from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm (noon)
Town Hall and Municipal Garage
35 Senneville Road
Telephone : 514 457-6020
Fax : 514 457-0447
George-McLeish Community Centre
Telephone : 514 457-6020 ext. 120
Fax: 514 457-0447
The team will be pleased to provide information and referrals to all resources, programs and activities offered by the Village of Senneville. We are there for you!