MONT-TREMBLANT NATIONAL PARK (Free of charge)

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THE VIVRE MONT-TREMBLANT CARD IS GETTING A MAKEOVER AND NOW BECOMES THE ACCÈS CARD!

As our municipality is part of Mont-Tremblant agglomeration, our citizens have access to most of the Ville de Mont-Tremblant’s recreational programs and activities.  When your Vivre Mont-Tremblant card is no longer valid, you must apply for the new Accès card to enjoy recreational programs.  Also, the citizens who are not PLTN members and wish to have PLTN marina day use privileges must present the card to the guardians at the time of launch.  (PLTN members are not required to have the card for access to the PLTN marinas.)

NOTICE

An Accès card will not be issued to those having a valid Vivre Mont-Tremblant card. The new card will only be issued when your Vivre Mont-Tremblant card expires. 

THE ACCÈS CARD

Starting now, the Vivre Mont-Tremblant card is replaced by the new Accès Mont-Tremblant card! If you are the holder of a Vivre card, it remains in effect until its expiration date and gives you the right to the same privileges as the new card. Please note that no Accès card will be issued to holders of a valid Vivre card.

One single card for all your services!

The Vivre Mont-Tremblant card and the Ma biblio à moi card are now merged and replaced by the Accès card. What’s more, thanks to its barcode, the new card will simplify many of your dealings with the City. The change will be in effect for new requests for a card or when the Vivre Mont-Tremblant card is due for renewal. The Vivre Mont-Tremblant card continues to provide, until it expires, all the same advantages as the new card.

How to obtain your card

The Accès card is issued upon a new card request or upon expiration of your Vivre card. Accès cards will not be issued to valid Vivre card holders.

To request an Accès card, come to one of the following service points with the required documents*:

INFORMATION, DOCUMENTS REQUIRED AND PRIVILEGES

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR RESIDENTS OF MONT-TREMBLANT OR LAC-TREMBLANT-NORD

To obtain your card, you must appear at one of the offices where the cards are issued. Each member of the family who wishes to have a card must provide one (1) proof of identity and two (2) proofs of residence; the supporting materials vary per the age category. Note: the same proof of residence can be used for several family members.

Places where you can obtain a card

• Reception at the Department of Culture and Recreation (culture et des loisirs) – 635 rue Cadieux
• Reception at city hall – 1145 rue de Saint-Jovite
• Samuel-Ouimet Library – 1145 rue de Saint-Jovite
• Du Couvent Library – 1875 chemin du Village

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED

Adult (18 years of age and +)

You must provide one (1) of the following identification pieces:

• Driver’s licence
• Health insurance card
• Passport
• Citizenship certificate or Permanent resident’s card
• Card from an educational institution

You must present two (2) proofs of residence from among the following:

• Driver’s licence
• Tax bill*
• A government document, either provincial (Québec) or federal (Canada), for example, notice of assessment
• Confirmation from the SQCA (Québec department of change of address).
• Notarial deed of sale
• Other accounts (electricity, gas, insurance) issued during the last three (3) months

*A spouse whose name does not appear on the tax bill should show by means of the above proofs that they live at the same principal address as the owner.

Child (0 to 17 years of age)

You must provide one (1) piece of identity from among the following:

• Health insurance card
• Birth certificate
• School report for the current year on which clearly appears the address of the student and the parent or legal guardian (respondent)
• Student card on which clearly appears the student’s address
• Hospital card and proof of residence of the parent or legal guardian

You must present two (2) proofs of residence from among the following:

• School report for the current year on which clearly appears the address of the student and of the parent or legal guardian (respondent)
• Student card for the current year on which clearly appears the address of the student (same address as the parent or legal guardian/respondent)
• Hospital  card and proof of residence of the parent or legal guardian.

ADVANTAGES AND PRIVILEGES

ACCÈS CARD

Free entry/access 

• Memberships to the Samuel Ouimet and Du Couvent libraries
• Domaine Saint-Bernard
• Free activities in the gyms – children and students
• Free activity times at the Gilles Cadieux arena
• Lac Mercier beach (may be accompanied by non-residents)
• Parc plage (beach park)
• Free entry to the Complexe aquatique Mont-Tremblant (children and    students)
• Boat launch at the Lac Mercier beach

Privileges 

• Priority access to program registrations
• Access to the 1/3 programs for golf, tennis or skiing/snowboarding

Discounts

• Première Scène Mont-Tremblant shows (10 to 15%)
• Ice time rental at the aréna Gilles Cadieux (15%)
• Rental of function rooms (15%)
• Rental of pools at the Complexe aquatique Mont-Tremblant (15%)
• Rental of sports facilities, outdoor and indoor(15%)
• Registrations for Mont-Tremblant day camps (70%)
• Entry to free swim times at the Complexe aquatique Mont-Tremblant – adults (30%)
•  Free activity times in the gyms – adults (55%)

WHAT TO DO IF YOUR CARD IS LOST OR STOLEN

Fees applicable for replacement of Accès Mont-Tremblant are $8.70.

To obtain a replacement card, please contact the Department of Culture and Recreation (Service de la culture et des loisirs) by phone to 819 425-8614, ext. 2500, or by email to cultureetloisirs@villedemont-tremblant.qc.ca