LaSalle Borough Municipal Regurations and Permits on Masonry

LaSalle Borough Municipal Regurations and Permits on Masonry

Municipal Regulations for Masonry Work in the LaSalle Borough of Montreal: Everything You Need to Know

A Complete Guide by Masonry Montreal

The Importance of Being Aware of Local Regulations

Welcome to our page dedicated to the municipal regulations of the LaSalle borough in Montreal regarding masonry work. Masonry Montreal guides you through these standards to ensure your project is a complete success, in accordance with legal requirements.

The Basics: Maintenance and Minor Repairs

No Permit Required: You can repoint an exterior wall without needing a permit.

Partial Replacement: You're also free to replace up to 50% of the siding on one floor without a permit, provided you use the same type of material.

Rules for Major Repairs

For any changes that exceed half of the siding on an exterior wall, or if you wish to change the material, it's imperative to:

Get a Permit: A permit is mandatory for these types of repairs.

Prohibited Materials

It's essential to know which materials are prohibited to avoid any setbacks. Here's a non-exhaustive list:

  • Raw wood
  • Fiberboard
  • Particleboard
  • Non-laminated plastics
  • Paints imitating natural materials
  • And many more. Make sure to consult this list carefully before starting your project.

Cost of Permits

The permit fee is determined based on the estimated cost of the project. The rate is $9.80 per every $1,000 of work. The minimum cost varies depending on the type of building:

  • $157 for a strictly residential property
  • $462 for a commercial, industrial, institutional, or mixed-use building

Possible Additional Fees

If your building is located in a heritage area or is subject to specific architectural criteria, additional fees may apply.

Required Documents for the Permit Application

To have your application reviewed, the following documents must be provided:

  • Detailed cost estimate, taxes included
  • Certificate of location
  • Up-to-date photos of the affected facades and those of the neighbors
  • Any other document required for the project evaluation

Special Cases

If the building is a condominium, a letter of authorization from all co-owners or a resolution from the syndicate is needed.

If you're acting as a representative, a power of attorney authorizing you to act on behalf of the owner is required.


Knowing the municipal regulations of the LaSalle borough in Montreal is crucial for the success of your masonry project. Don't hesitate to contact Masonry Montreal for tailor-made support for your project, in compliance with current standards. We offer our services throughout Montreal, Laval, Longueuil, the South Shore, and the North Shore.

If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact your borough's permit counter for clarification. Here is the link for the official page of the Municipal Regulations of the Arrondissement LaSalle .