Saint Louis street gets orange-coned

On August 4, during a special meeting, the municipal council proceeded to the appointment of Mr. Christian Schryburt as new general manager of the City of Sainte-Thérèse. Mr. Schryburt will officially take office on September 12 to replace Ms. Chantal Gauvreau, who has held this position for the past 15 years.

Mr. Schryburt has several years of experience as general manager, having held this position with the City of Lorraine from 2012 to present, as well as with the City of Saint-Adolphe-d’Howard from 2010 to 2012. Holding a bachelor’s degree in physical education and an MBA in management of cities and metropolises, Mr. Schryburt has also been vice-president of the Association of Municipal Directors General of Quebec since 2020.


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“It is with immense joy that we welcome Mr. Schryburt as the new Director General of the City of Sainte-Thérèse. His experience, his qualities as a manager, his enthusiasm and his contagious energy make him the perfect candidate for our City, a choice that was unanimously accepted by the elected officials of our municipality. I take this opportunity to thank Ms. Gauvreau from the bottom of my heart for her dedication over all these years, as well as for her professionalism during this transition,” said the mayor of Sainte-Thérèse, Mr. Christian Charron.

Infrastructure work on rue Saint-Louis

From August 8 to October 14, a major project will take place on rue Saint-Louis, between boulevard Ducharme and rue Saint-Charles (including the two intersections).

Detours and parking

For the duration of the work, a detour plan will be in effect. However, this could be called upon to change depending on the progress of the work. Considering the start of the school year, which will bring a high level of traffic to the area, citizens and visitors are encouraged by the city to plan their trips.

The bus routes that cross this sector will be modified as of August 8. The city is asking the residents not to park their vehicles on the streets affected by the work in order to allow the execution of site operations. Parking on nearby streets should be preferred.

Nature of the work

As the drinking water and sewer system has become dilapidated, this major work will make it possible to rejuvenate these infrastructures which have reached the end of their useful life. In addition, a separate storm sewer system and a 400 m3 will be built.

Finally, the pedestrian crossing at the intersection of boul. Ducharme and rue Saint-Louis will be redeveloped and the median strip south of boul. Ducharme will be shortened to allow access to the CPE Fanfan Soleil parking lot. Tactile plaques will be installed at the major crossings of rue Saint-Charles and boul. Ducharme.