Services

The following services and individuals to contact at the Bristol Town hall are located below under the description for each item. They are also available to assist you and answer questions during regular business hours. Services available include paying your taxes by online transfer through the Royal Bank and the National Bank, or by cash or cheque, either in person or by mail. Contact the Municipal office staff at 819-647-5555 or by e-mail: info@bristolmunicipality.qc.ca

BUILDING PERMITS

When you’re ready to build or renovate your home, summer cottage, or to add any fence or building on your property, you’ll need to obtain a building permit. For more information or to schedule an appointment with the Building Inspector Isabelle Lajoie call 819-647-5555 or by e-mail: isabelle@bristolmunicipality.qc.ca

EMERGENCY SERVICES

Please call   9-1-1

POLICE SERVICES
Please call 819 310-4141 or *4141 from a cell phone

RECYCLING and WASTE TRANSFER STATION

The waste transfer station is located at 9 Birch Road (old in-trench disposal site)
The waste transfer station hours are Friday to Monday – 8 to 5
CLOSED ALL LEGAL HOLIDAYS

ROAD DEPARTMENT

Derek O’Malley, Road Foreman
Contact: 819-647-5555

TAXES and FINANCE

All property taxes can be paid directly at the office at the Bristol Town hall, or mailed. Also, payments can be made through Royal Bank or National Bank Direct Deposit. If you have any questions concerning tax payments, property assessments, or other financial queries, please call Christina Peck at 819-647-5555 or by e-mail: info@bristolmunicipality.qc.ca

ZONING and PLANNING

Before any building, renovation, or new construction project can be started within the Municipality of Bristol, it must first conform to zoning bylaws and ordinances of the municipality.
Contact the municipal office for more information at 819-647-5555 or by e-mail:info@bristolmunicipality.qc.ca

BRISTOL TOWN COUNCIL

Meets on the first Monday of every month in the Bristol Town hall at 8:00 p.m. The meeting is open to the public. Anyone having concerns or questions regarding issues that affect Bristol may present them to council at that time.

The agenda for an upcoming meeting will be available on the Friday before each meeting. If you would like a copy, please pick one up from the Mail Box at the Municipal Office. The minutes and decisions from each meeting will be posted on the council page of the Bristol web site. If you need more information or have questions on how to take part in the council meetings, please call Christina Peck at 819-647-5555 or e-mail:info@bristolmunicipality.qc.ca