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Mission, Vision and Values

Mission
The municipal council of Ivry-sur-le-Lac has the mandate to preserve its territory in as natural a state as possible so that it remains the peaceful haven it has always been. While always striving towards sound municipal management, the Municipality is committed to placing citizens’ needs as its key priority.

Vision
Ivry-sur-le-Lac strives to offer efficient and quality services, while ensuring the protection of the environment, the majestic landscapes and the numerous bodies of water of which Lac Manitou is the jewel.

Values

Integrity
Integrity requires honesty, loyalty and an ethical duty on the part of the Municipality’s elected officers and staff, allowing them to be great ambassadors of the Municipality at all times.

Respect
Integrity also means respect from the municipal administration, the members of the municipal council, but also our citizens. Respectful communications guarantee harmonious and sustainable co-operation.

Efficiency
Being effective means ensuring quality services are delivered in a timely manner. By placing the citizen at the centre of our priorities, we offer them service that meets their expectations.

Transparency
Always providing precise and accurate information with clear explanations, when needed, ensures transparency in communications.

Equity
By equity, we mean fairness and integrity in all municipal domains and impartial treatment for all citizens.

Municipal History

Ivry-sur-le-Lac … a peaceful haven in its natural state for more than 100 years.

It was in 1852 that the first residents, Paul Meunier and Angélique Godon, settled on the territory of Ivry-sur-le-Lac. Since the arrival of the railway in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, the territory of Ivry-sur-le-Lac had discovered a new vocation: resort residences serving a wealthy clientele including Viscount Ogier d’Ivry, native of Le Mans, France in honor of whom the municipality will ultimately be named. The latter established a residence there around 1892, but the first settlers had already lived there since 1852. It was officially founded in 1912 under the name of “Ivry-sur-le-Lac”.

At first, the Viscount had named the place “Lac-Manitou”, a reference to the lake bearing the same name, but in 1912, at the time of civilly constituting the municipality, the residents decided to immortalize the Viscount’s name in the village’s appellation.

In addition, Ivry-sur-le-Lac was formed by removing from range III of the Township of Wolfe, five lots surrounding Lac Manitou.

Since then, the magnificent backdrop of mountains, lakes and valleys has hardly changed. Even today, the urban planning by-laws in force aim to maintain this natural beauty and the protection in all respects of nature over an area of nearly 35 square kilometers.

Mayor's Report and Highlights of the Financial Statements

As stipulated in Section 176.2.2 of the Code Municipale du Québec, the Mayor presents the highlights of the financial report and the auditor’s report for the 2019 fiscal year, as audited by the accounting firm Amyot Gélinas.

In this regards, the Mayor confirms that the Municipalité d’Ivry-sur-le-Lac ended the year 2019 with excellent financial results.  There are operating revenues of $1,659,710, operating expenses of $1,374,125, reconciling items for tax purposes of $8,666 to end with the budget surplus of $276,919 for the year 2019

The surplus of 2019 was caused by the late tablings of the terms and conditions of the 2019-2013 Gas Tax Program and the Québec contribution (TECQ) in early summer 2019.  Elected officials therefore postponed the work planned for 2019 until summer of 2020 in order to launch the call for tenders in the winter 2020 to obtain better rates.

It must be considered that the Municipalité d’Ivry-sur-le-Lac has unavoidable obligations and non-discussable quotas, such as:

  • RCM’s share;
  • Sûreté du Québec;
  • Residual waste management;
  • Long-term debt management;
  • Public works and snow removal management;
  • Salaries of employees and elected officials.

The balance of the unrestricted operating surplus as of December 31st, 2019 is $688,536. It is planned to allocate part of this surplus for road repair work.

The external auditors issued a standard auditor’s report, without reserve, on the financial statements for the year ended December 31st, 2019.

In conclusion, the financial report, as of December 31st, 2019, shows that Ivry-sur-le-Lac is in very good financial health.

Summary of Consolidated Financial Information – Year Ended December 31st, 2019 

Municipal Budget

Financial forecast

Budget Forecast

2020

2019

Revenues

General property taxes

$1,342,855

$1,305,562

Payments in lieu of taxes

$6,000

$4,500

Transfers

$72,000

$68,865

Services rendered

$9,560

$7,811

Other revenue

$67,325

$56,800

Total (revenues)

$1,497,740

$1,443,538

Expenses

General administration

*$594,695

$502,421

Public safety

$245,000

$230,499

Municipal roads

$318,600

$342,450

Residual matter

$104,000

$96,461

Protection of the environment

$0

$19,000

Land use, urban planning and development

$113,150

$86,545

Leisure and culture

$22,430

$21,362

Financing costs

$12,465

$15,000

Repayment of long-term debt

$87,400

$84,800

Capital assets

$0

$20,000

Tax-free cumulated surplus

$0

$25,000

Total (expenses)

$1,497,740

$1,443,538

Standardized real estate value: $264,938,000
Population: 379
Ivry-sur-le-Lac tax rate: $0.4650 / $100
Agglomeration tax rate: $0.2371 / $100
Fee for the collection of residual matter: $160 per dwelling

Three-Year Capital Works Program

2020

2021

2022

Road rehabilitation

500 000 $

200 000 $

325 000 $

Rehabilitation of the municipal garage

5 000 $

5 000 $

5 000 $

IT system

2 000 $

2 000 $

2 000 $

Renovation – City Hall

80 000 $

25 000 $

25 000 $

Total

587 000 $

232 000 $

357 000 $

Access to Information Request

Ivry-sur-le-Lac is subject to the provisions of the Act Respecting Access to Documents Held by Public Bodies and the Protection of Personal Information.

Consult the Commission d’accès à l’information du Québec website to consult the procedure for accessing information.

Any access to information request must be made in writing to the following address:

Mrs. Josiane Alarie
Director General and Secretary-Treasurer
Municipalité d’Ivry-sur-le-Lac
601 chemin de la Gare
Ivry-sur-le-Lac, Québec J8C 2Z8

or by email at directiongenerale@ivry-sur-le-lac.qc.ca

  • Processing Time
    The Access Officer has up to 20 calendar days to respond. However, this period may be extended by 10 calendar days, if necessary, and provided that the requester is notified in writing.
  • Notice of Remedies
    Where the written request is unsuccessful, the Access to Documents Act provides that a person may request the Commission d’accès à l’information to review the decision.

 

Public Notices
Public Notices

The publication of notices is intended to promote access to municipal information.
List of public notices available on the current site →

By-laws

Contracts and Calls for Tender

Contract Management Policy

The Municipality has adopted a Contract Management Policy introducing measures in accordance with those required under the provisions of Section 938.1.2. of the Québec Municipal Code.

This policy aims in particular, to introduce more transparency and better management of municipal contracts.
Contract Management Policy 

Procedure for the receipt of complaints made in connection with the award or attribution of a contract.

In accordance with Section 938.1.2.1. of the Québec Municipal Code, the Municipality has adopted a procedure for the receipt of complaints made in connection with the award or attribution of a contract.

To consult the procedure, click here 

Any complaint must be transmitted electronically to the designated officer:
Mrs. Josiane Alarie
Director General and Secretary-Treasurer
Email: directiongenerale@ivry-sur-le-lac.qc.ca

The complaint form determined by the Public Procurement Authority and to which it refers in the context of the procedure is available by clicking here

 

Calls for Tender

No call for tenders is currently available.

Contracts over $25,000 

As required by Section 961.4, second paragraph, of the Municipal Code, a list must be issued of all contracts involving an expenditure of more than $2,000 with the same contractor when all of these contracts involve a total expenditure exceeding $25,000 as of December 31st.

List of contracts awarded for the year ending December 31st, 2019