The City of Cote-Saint-Luc is the third largest and one of the best city to retire. Its population is close to 35 000 citizens and its median age is close to 46 years old. The City is also home to seven Synagogues and one Catholic church.
With its sports and recreation programs, its aquatic center, its 29 parks, its municipal public library, Côte-Saint-Luc is considered one of our best city.
A City located in the West End of the Island of Montreal and a large variety of community resources, sports and recreation programs, eco living, parks and activities...
Apart from being a bilingual city with a mainly English-speaking population, Côte Saint-Luc is one of the first cities to ban pesticides, to require bicycle helmets and to introduce a "Citizens on Patrol" program. It is also where one of the Quebec leading municipal public libraries is located.
The City of Côte-Saint-Luc is surrounded by the Borough of Lachine, the Borough of Saint-Laurent, the Town of Hampstead, and the Town of Montreal West. A City that created a 14 km bicycle route to encourage its residents to stay active.