Coat of arms: Blazon
Azure a windmill proper with four sails Or set on an island Vert upon water wavy Argent and Azure, in dexter chief two crescents Argent the lower crescent inverted, in sinister chief a ring Or, and in the crest a queen’s diadem Or set with rubies and sapphires upon on a wreath Or and Azure.
- 1. Queen’s diadem Or: Notre-Dame de la Garde, enshrined in the parish church on June 20, 1849.
- 2. Field Azure: From the name of the Municipality of Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot, established on January 1, 1948.
- 3. Crescent Argent: A symbol of progress, from the coat of arms of intendant Jean Talon, who granted the seigniory of Île-Perrot to François-Marie Perrot on October 29, 1672.
- 4. Inverted crescent Argent: The inverted silver crescent
- 5. Ring Or: St. Jane Frances de Chantal (Jeanne-Françoise Frémyot, baronne de Chantal (1572-1641)), patron of the parish church (1786), gave three beggars the ring of her late husband, who had died in a hunting accident (1600).
- 6. Windmill proper with four sails Or The original windmill (1705-1708), the Domaine (1703), the former municipality and Pointe-du-Moulin Historic Park (1978).
- 7. Motto “CHANTE TON ÎLE”: From the surname Chantal, “sing” and the beauty of Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot.
Symbolism of the logo
The logo was chosen by the Perrotdamois family in spring 2011. Based on the success of a number of major organizations, logo guidelines were created to ensure that the logo would remain simple and modern over time. The character font is unique, and the rich, vibrant colour palette expresses the municipality’s direction.
Pins of the coat of arms and municipal logo are available for sale.
Prices: pins delivered by mail $5 each
pins purchased in person at the town hall $3 each