This set of punctual data shows fire hydrants on the island of Montreal. These bollards are high devices located along streets, equipped with a water outlet supplied from the water pipes, to which the fire-fighting hoses are connected in order to ensure fire protection. The information associated with the geographic data corresponds to the date of installation, status, owner and jurisdiction. CAUTION: This data is published annually, so it does not include updates made during the year. For this reason, they should under no circumstances be used for engineering purposes without validation by the City.This third party metadata element was translated using an automated translation tool (Amazon Translate).
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Data and Resources
Fire hydrantCSVFrench dataset CSV
Fire hydrantGDBFrench dataset GDB
Original metadata (https://www.donneesquebec.ca)HTMLFrench dataset HTML
Fire hydrantJSONFrench dataset JSON
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