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Saint-Philippe - Sowing for the future
Saint-Philippe is a town with a rural character where urbanity rubs shoulders with rurality. Located in the Montérégie region near Candiac and Delson, the town is crisscrossed by the Saint-Jacques River and bordered by highways 15 (from Montreal to the United States) and 30 (from Salaberry-de-Valleyfield to Sorel-Tracy). Its territory covers 62 square kilometers, 93% of which is in agricultural zones.
Origins dating back to the 17th century
It was in 1667 that the first families settled: "these courageous pioneers", as mentioned by Monseigneur de Pontbriand, Bishop of Quebec. In 1744, the first parish of Saint-Philippe was founded: the Fabrique de la côte Saint-Philippe.
During the 19th century, it obtained (1845), then lost (1847) its name and its status of Municipality of the Parish of Saint-Philippe, only to regain it (1855) following the adoption of the "Act to make better provision for the establishment of municipal authorities in Lower Canada". It was this act that established the basis for the municipal system in effect today in Quebec. On October 22, 2016, the Municipality of Saint-Philippe will change its status to become the Town of Saint-Philippe.
In January 2020, it celebrated 275 years of existence. During the festivities, the city received a medal from the National Assembly in recognition of its history.
Demographic profile of Saint-Philippe
In recent years, the city has experienced one of the strongest demographic growths in Quebec, in the order of 15% between 2011 and 2016. Its population was 7,317 citizens in 2020 and, according to the city hall, it should reach 13,000 citizens by 2031.
According to City Hall, within the next few years, the City of St Philippe will be home to a new wastewater treatment plant and the extension of the sewer and water systems. This will support new residential development planned for the revitalized site of the existing aerated ponds at the end of Jean Street. This program is designed to support the City's population growth while stimulating economic growth.
Although only minutes away from Montreal, Brossard, Longueuil, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu and Chateauguay, Saint-Philippe relies on several local businesses and professional centers to serve local residents.
It has two pharmacies, several food markets, a wholesale frozen food store, a specialty fruit and vegetable store, a candy store, several auto and motorcycle repair and maintenance garages, gas stations, auto dealerships, a clothing store, a hardware store and more. There is a men's hair salon and a women's hair salon offering a wide variety of body treatments. Banks and credit unions are located in nearby urban centers.
The return of the public market in Saint-Philippe
Every Thursday, from August 5 to September 23 (dates to be confirmed for 2022), between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., the City of Saint-Philippe will present a new edition of the public market, which will take place in the parking lot of the Complexe Élodie-P. Babin at 2235 Édouard-VII Road. This event will showcase local and regional artisans who will offer you an opportunity to buy fresh food and encourage local purchases and local agriculture.
Lodging and restaurants
Saint-Philippe does not offer accommodation, but within 20 km, it is possible to find comfortable lodging. In the city and in the surrounding area, there are several restaurants to satisfy the palates of the most gourmands.
The city has an early childhood center and two primary schools with special education services, École des Moussaillons (preschool to grade 2) and École de la Traversée (grades 3 to 6). The high school is located nearby in the town of Candiac, 7 km away. The Collège Jean de la Mennais, a private school for primary and secondary levels, is located in La Prairie, less than 10 km away.
Collège Durocher Saint-Lambert, in collaboration with the Centre Équestre le Pré Vert, is pleased to offer students the option of horseback riding as part of its sports studies program.
Parks and green spaces
The city offers several recreational sites where users can enjoy recreational facilities. The department maintains the parks and green spaces by inspecting and maintaining the playgrounds and sports fields, collecting garbage, maintaining the lawn, trails and ice surfaces, pruning trees and maintaining street furniture (benches, tables, etc.).
There are the Gérard-Laframboise, Anatole-Lussier, Jean-Paul Dupuis, Raoul-Lavallée, Parc aux Oiseaux, Hervé-Perrier, des Aubépines and Monette parks, as well as cross-country ski and snowshoe trails (snowshoe and cross-country ski rentals available).
Sports facilities in Saint-Philippe:
- 4 skating rinks (Anatole-Lussier, Jean-Paul-Dupuis, Gérard-Laframboise, aire glacée Gérard-Laframboise)
- Games module
- Water games
- Soccer fields
- Ball field
- Tennis courts
- Playground, park
- Shuffleboard courts
- Multifunctional surface (field hockey and basketball)
- Training modules
- Riverfront bike path crossing
The city also provides space and classes for Badminton, pickball, basketball, cross training, karate, salsa, stretching, Zumba, yoga in addition to Spanish classes, guitar, babysitting, mixology, Andean music etc...
The "Le Vaisseau d'Or" library welcomes the whole family with nearly 23,000 documents, 71 periodical titles, 1,515 digital documents, a summer reading club for children, animation, conferences and exhibitions. The Saint-Philippe library is the first in the Roussillon MRC territory to offer its citizens self-service book boxes (since 2013).
Saint-Philippe - Some real estate statistics
Source : Centris
Saint-Philippe - Useful links
- City of Saint-Philippe
- Interactive map of Saint-Philippe
- Loisirs Saint-Philippe
- « Le Vaisseaud’Or » Librairy
- Territorial Portraits Saint-Philippe
- Voyage à travers le Québec-Saint-Philippe
- Sport Studies Program - Equestrian Option
- Parks and green spaces
- Day Camp 2022
- Heureux à Saint-Philippe - Article Le Reflet
- Journal Le Reflet
- Page Facebook Saint-Philippe
- Page Instagram Saint-Philippe
- Best restos in Saint-Philippe – Pages jaunes
Discover other cities in the Montérégie served by our real estate agency :
Brossard Real Estate Agency
Saint-Constant Real Estate Agency
Candiac Real Estate Agency
La Prairie Real Estate Agency
Delson Real Estate Agency
Sainte-Catherine Real Estate Agency
Texts sources :
- Saint-Philippe City,
- Wikipedia - Saint-Philippe
- Journey through Quebec-Saint-Philippe.