You must enter by 815, rue Bel-Air. A maximum of two people can be in the building. No accompanying person is allowed. People with reduced mobility must go to the door provided for universal accessibility on rue Bel-Air. A poster will tell you the instructions to follow to enter.
In the current health context, the City would like to remind the population that it provides many online services. This is a practical, fast and safe way to favor to facilitate the process without having to move.
Compliance with sanitary measures
In all its actions, the City follows the recommendations of the Regional Public Health Department. In the current pandemic context, additional measures are therefore being put in place in BAMs to enforce health guidelines, including those surrounding physical distancing. The measures to be observed are displayed on the premises.
Montreal would like to point out that infection prevention is everyone’s responsibility and asks the entire population to follow the recommendations issued by the Regional Public Health Department. If you are not feeling well, you should stay home. If you have symptoms such as fever, cough or difficulty breathing, seek immediate medical attention. Before going to your doctor or health facility, call 1-877-644-4545.
The Southwest Accès Montréal (BAM) office: your gateway to a variety of activities and services! Do you need to apply for a permit, green bin or Accès Montréal card? A simple phone call or an on-site visit will allow you to find answers to your questions