The Terrasses Roy

First inaugurated in 2017, the Terrasses Roy are a pedestrianization and urban planning project created by the Plateau-Mont-Royal borough and a space for gathering and for livening up the neighborhood. 

The terraces feed the neighborhood while also offering a calm and refreshing space in the heart of the city.

Aromatic plants, edible flowers, fruit bushes, each of the small islands is dedicated to different projects and encouraging biodiversity. Since 2020, we’ve been running Jardins Pizza aux Terrasses Roy, a project that familiarizes students with the source of their food through a series of interactive workshops and the creation of the Pizza Gardens. In March, the students start seedlings indoors. In May, they transplant the young plants into the garden. In June, the groups prepare and enjoy pizzas topped with some of the ingredients they grew!

We hold most of our summer community events in this space, as well as most of our agriculture workshops and other events. Above all, the Kiosque alimentaire – Friday Hang is held there on Fridays afternoon from June to October.

These activities and facilities are completely accessible to all, regardless of your level of mobility.

We look forward to seeing you all!

Where is this Terrasses Roy located?

The garden is situated right in front of the Roulant, at 111 Roy East, Monrteal, QC H2W 1M1