It is home to the headquarters of both and. An owner, occupant or representative who refuses access to the property, for no valid reason, is guilty of an offence and is liable to a fine. The comparison method Consists in establishing the value of the building based on an observation of transaction conditions for similar buildings, located in the same neighbourhood, with the necessary adjustments. Residents of the city are called Longueuillois. Although a large chunk of Longueuil's work force commute to Montreal, the city nevertheless offers many jobs in a diverse range of industries. It is also home to a , the , which is partially in Le Vieux-Longueuil and partially in. Longueuil is the seat of the of Longueuil.
By contrast only 8,845 people commute from Montreal to work in Longueuil every day, while 4,080 people commute from Brossard to work in Longueuil, 2,940 people commute from Boucherville, 2,090 from Sainte-Julie, 1,825 from Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, 1,815 from Chambly, and 1,810 from Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu. The assessment roll, tabled every three years, is established based on these data, among others. Agricultural land still exists in the portions of the city furthest from the river. There were 106,499 private dwellings, 102,067 of which were occupied by usual residents. The population as of the totalled 239,700, making it Montreal's second largest suburb, the fifth most populous city in Quebec and largest in Canada. The riding of is represented by. Public schools are operated by the.
It is one of Canada's most important airports, ranked by aircraft movements. On January 1, 2002, as part of the , the provincial government amalgamated with , , , , , and. Longueuil's city limits expanded for the first time in 1961 when it merged with , and again in 1969 when it merged with. Greenfield Park has three concillors and its borough president is Mireille Carrière of Action Longueuil. The is a smaller hospital in the borough of which serves Le Vieux-Longueuil, , , , , , and. Another radio station, is officially licensed to Longueuil, despite both the studio and transmitter being located in Montreal. ±% 1871 3,977 — 1881 4,488 +12.
The new assessment rolls, whose property values reflect market conditions as at July 1, 2017, will take effect on January 1, 2019. The second mayor of Longueuil was , serving from 2006 to 2009. The property inventory now comprises 141,828 assessment units. In 2008, ranked Longueuil as the 30th best place to do business in Canada. The of Fort Longueuil were recognized as a on May 25, 1923.
The between the and the south shore is traversed by only five automobile crossings. His son, , built as his fortified residence. Like Montreal, Longueuil is classified as or Dfb. As of the , was the language of 81. The station connects to downtown via the of the Metro.
Areas near the river were originally land with , and later prime agricultural land. However, after a and a , Boucherville, Brossard, Saint-Lambert and Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville were re-constituted as independent cities on January 1, 2006. In total there are 26 , including one borough president each. Actual value, reference date and duration of the roll The new value entered should reflect the likely sale price of your property as at July 1, 2017. Duration of the 2019 assessment roll Visit to your property The Direction de l'évaluation is legally required to mount and review a property file containing a qualitative and quantitative physical description of each building located on the territory of the Agglomération de Longueuil.
The property visits ensure that all taxpayers receive fair treatment. As such, the current city of Longueuil now includes only the former cities of Longueuil 1969-2002 , Saint-Hubert, Greenfield Park and LeMoyne. The riding of , is represented by. In case of a discrepancy, only the information contained in the assessment and collection rolls as tabled by Ville de Longueuil will be considered valid and official. The table below presents the variations by building category across cities and boroughs. Longueuil also has a small airport,.
In both cases, Longueuil was chosen as the name of the new city. Ville de Longueuil cannot be held liable for the accuracy of information published on the Internet once this information has been extracted, printed, or copied, digitally or by any other means. Residents of Longueuil and adjacent communities are also served by a local cable television station, , which is owned by Quebecor Media and is an affiliate of. It is a basic element of Québec's municipal taxation system. The mayor is Sylvie Parent, who was elected on Nov.
The property assessment roll is an inventory of all properties within a municipality's territory, evaluated on the same basis and on the same date. This same village became a town in 1874, and then a city in 1920. The territory of was divided into in order to ensure the colony's defence. The cost method Consists in establishing the value of the building by adding the value of the land assessed as vacant plus the replacement cost of the building, less depreciation. There are seven secondary schools in Longueuil operated by that district.
Two of these are in Longueuil, the part of and the part of. The only commuter train station in the city of Longueuil is. Fort Longueuil was believed to be occupied by troops during the. Retrieved from on November 23, 2014. Laws and regulations in terms of property assessment Property assessments in the Agglomération de Longueuil are done by a team of certified assessors, technicians and partners. Construction Parking 2370 Not gratis Bicycle facilities 622 Other information Website Traffic Passengers 2016 12,935,600 Terminus Longueuil is a , part of the complex, in , , , on the of the across from. They base their choice of method on the type of property in question and on real estate market conditions on the reference date.