The Agglomération de Longueuil covers an area of 284 km2. Located just south of the island of Montréal, the Agglomération has the St. Lawrence River running from its north-eastern to south-western borders.

Strategic position

Due to its proximity to the Port of Montréal, main highways, maritime, rail and air transportation networks, the Agglomération provides companies established in the area with easy access to both North American and European markets:

  • 15 minutes from downtown Montréal
  • 30 minutes from the United States border
  • 15 minutes from the Port of Montréal
  • 2 hours from Ottawa

Latitude and longitude: 45o 31’ 59" North 73o 30’ 0" West

Territory of the Agglomération de Longueuil

The territory of the Agglomération de Longueuil takes in the City of Longueuil and the boroughs of Greenfield Park, Saint-Hubert and Old-Longueuil, as well as the municipalities of Boucherville, Brossard, Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville and Saint-Lambert. Much of this territory is made up of urban environments. However, one third of the area is devoted to agriculture.