Urban Planning

The Urban Planning Department of the Town of Hudson enforces municipal by-laws on urban planning. All proposals related to land use are assessed by the Department in collaboration with municipal officials and the Town Planning Advisory Committee (TPAC), composed of residents, elected officials and municipal officials.

It issues permits for construction, renovation, swimming pools and subdivisions, as well as permits for tree felling or shoreline projects.

The Department intervenes when complaints are received about compliance with by-laws (nuisances, high grass, pesticides, building without a permit, et cetera).

The mission of the Urban Planning Department is to plan, manage and supervise municipal territory, to support development and develop land use by-laws that promote the harmonization of the architectural landscape and preserve our natural and built heritage.

Implement and monitor compliance with municipal and urban planning by-laws

Propose urban planning by-laws

Issue subdivision, construction and renovation permits, and certificates for activities requiring a special permit from the Town

Conduct inspections necessary for monitoring and enforcing by-laws

Intervene in compliance-related complaints

Develop the urban plan of the Town

Promote and provide guidance for residential and commercial development in the territory

The MRC de Vaudreuil-Soulanges has compiled an inventory of built heritage for the 23 municipalities located in its territory. The inventory was carried out in partnership with the Regional County Municipality of Vaudreuil-Soulanges, the Canada Research Chair in Urban Heritage of UQAM, and the Regional Museum of Vaudreuil-Soulanges.

Built heritage is a very important and representative component of the identity of the Town of Hudson. The inventory of built heritage constitutes the foundation of knowledge of the built environment with heritage value. This inventory aims to ensure the permanence of built heritage, thus becoming a tool for awareness and decision-making for the management of the built landscape.

You can consult the heritage sheets for the territory of the Town of Hudson here: Built Heritage Inventory 2020

Please note that the inventory is only available in French.

For more information or to submit a request:


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You must allow a certain amount of time from the submission of the final construction plans and the town council’s approval for the permit issuance. This delay can vary between 1 and 3 weeks, depending on the volume of permit applications received by the Planning Department.


January 23rd February 6th
March 4th
February 27th March 12th April 2nd
March 26th April 9th May 6th
April 23rd April 30th June 3rd
May 21st June 4th July 2nd
June 25th July 9th August 5th
July 23rd August 6th September 3rd
August 27th September 10th October 7th
September 24th October 8th November 4th
October 22nd November 5th December 2nd
November 19th December 3rd January 2025

* These dates are indicative only and are subject to change without notice.

Please note that the deadline for submitting documents allows the Planning Department to verify if the application is complete and to prepare the information report for the TPAC members. Any request received after the submission deadline will not be placed on the agenda of the corresponding meeting. In addition, an incomplete application will not be accepted, so all required documents must be filed at the time of application.

Contact the Urban Planning Department:
Telephone: 450-458-5347
Email: info@ville.hudson.qc.ca

Consult the archived agendas and minutes