The Municipalité de la Pêche is strongly committed to providing the best services possible to the community, continuously improving quality of life and ensuring sustainable economic development. Its elected officials focus on this through the intermediary of the municipal administration, which includes the Municipality’s executive management and the various municipal departments.

Executive management

The executive management serves as a liaison between the Municipal Council and the administration. On the one hand, it gives the Council the information it needs to make its decisions and ensure that the Municipality runs smoothly; on the other hand, it makes sure that the decisions made by the Municipal Council are implemented.

In addition to this liaison role, the executive management plays a management and administration role: it organizes, supervises and controls all of the Municipality’s activities.


To ensure the well-being, quality of life and safety of the population and respond to the needs of citizens, the Municipality administers several departments whose activities are complementary and intended to:

    promote harmonious development throughout the territory
    Discover: Urban Planning and Environment

      ensure the maintenance and development of municipal infrastructures (roads, parks etc.) and manage the collection of waste
      Discover: Public Works

        ensure the healthy management of financial activities
        Discover: Finance and Taxation

          ensure the protection of people and property
          Discover: Fire Safety

            support vitality and promote the dissemination of information
            Discover: Recreation, Culture and Community Life

              satisfy new needs

                The Municipality joins forces with other organizations for certain activities. Specifically, public safety is ensured through the intermediary of the MRC des Collines-de-l’Outaouais, animal control is covered by a partnership with the SPCA-Outaouais, and public transit is provided by an organization as part of an agreement with the various municipalities that make up the MRC des Collines-de-l’Outaouais and the Société de transport de l’Outaouais.