Welcome to the Municipality of Aumond
Municipal Office Address

Municipality of Aumond
664, rue Principale
Aumond (Québec) J0W 1W0

Opening Hours
Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. to noon
12:30 to

The community hall is now equiped with an access ramp.

A Youth Croque-livres in Aumond

Inspired by the “Take a book, leave a book” movement, the Croque-livres initiative is a network of book-sharing boxes for children aged 0 to 12 in Quebec.

"A matter of Prevention" is a web site dedicated to preventing property crime. Its objective is to make citizens less vulnerable to certain crimes by giving them awareness-raising tools.

The Assessment role is now available online
Voix et solidarité des aidants naturels de la Vallée-de-la-Gatineau

30, rue Principale
Room 201, Gracefield (Qc) J0X1W0
819-463-1818 OR Toll Free at 1-855-448-1818

2015 Edition

Congratulations to volunteers and citizens. We got our second Fleurons du Québec.

Aumond Municipal Bulletin

To read our April 2016 Edition:
click here >>

Pickups schedule
  • Click on the picture above to see a beautiful slideshow of the Municipality of Aumond

An App to report non-urgent issues in the municipality
Programmation Maison de la culture
La Vallée de l'art de vivre
Recycling Guide

What can be recovered and recycled. Here is a small guide to help you : click here >> (French)

Vallée-de-la-Gatineau Ecocentre

What are the residues, materials and waste that can be brought??to the Ecocentre, in the Industrial park of Maniwaki, and how much it costs to get rid of them? To see details and pricing : click here >> (French)

Code of Ethics

The Municipal Council has adopted, on November 1st, 2011, its new code of ethics and deontology. To view this document : click here >> (French)

Contract Management Policy

To see the Contract Management Policy of the Municipality : click here >> (French)

Payment with credit cards and debit cards

Please note that the Municipality now accepts debit cards and Visa and Master Card credit cards.

Complicité Emploi and the new residents: a regional strategy
He gave his Name to the Municipality

Joseph-Ignace Aumond (1810-1879) gave his name to the municipality. Born in L'Assomption, he arrived in Bytown (Ottawa) as an employee of a Montreal merchant, and he started quickly in the lumber trade. He teamed up with John Egan and founded the Ottawa Lumber Association. It will be the only French-Canadian logger capable of competing with the "barons of the Gatineau", all Englishmen, and who held a monopoly on the cutting of timber on the Gatineau River and its tributaries. In 1840, the company has a thousand employees. In 1843, he opened his logging sites on the River Joseph (Aumond), being at the same time promoted lieutenant-colonel of the militia and being an important figure in Bytown. It is not certain that he has resided in Rivière Aumond but the municipality now bears his name.

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