Do you need to take action? To discover local news or initiatives in Brest? Looking for information to visit Brest and its territory?
For daily life, a tourist stay or moving to Brest, it is always interesting to know where the town hall is located and the actions it offers.
Brest: a vibrant city
First urban area in western Brittany, Brest is the most populated city in Finistère and the 25th most populated municipality in France. Military port decided by Richelieu, Brest develops around its arsenal until the Second World War. Strategic, Brest is intensely bombarded. Most of its historic center is destroyed. Rebuilt, it changed course and then turned to the tertiary sector.
Today, Brest is the second military port of France (after Toulon), a major university city welcoming 25,000 students in its university and many others in the great schools located on its territory, including the famous Naval School training the officers of the Navy. Resolutely turned towards the sea, Brest hosts cutting-edge scientific research centers such as Ifremer. Their discoveries are applied to the economic and industrial fields of Brest, nationally and internationally.
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The town hall of Brest: live, study, go out
The town hall of Brest is located at 2, rue Frézier, 29200 Brest. Access is from Place de la Liberté. If it is essential to go there to carry out an administrative procedure, you can however find out more on the website of the town hall of Brest.
A veritable mine of information for residents and tourists alike, the town hall presents its territory, its history and its tourist attractions. We discover there how to live and study in Brest and the benefits of investing in the territory of Brest. Did you know that Brest is also the capital of the metropolis? The distinction between municipality and metropolis, as well as the actions carried out by public policies, are clearly explained there. For live the “Brest Life”the town hall gives you its tips, tricks, discounts : daily life, transport, culture, leisure, environmental actions, etc.
Before going to the town hall for a procedure, consult its site so as not to forget any proof. Keep up to date with news and events in Brest thanks to the agenda and social networks, in addition to the free monthly Sillage magazine. Labeled “City of Art and History” by the Ministry of Culture in 2017, the town hall of Brest promotes its heritage through the distribution of the biannual and free magazine “Heritages Brestois”. ideal as Touristic guide thorough, the review meticulously presents each monument.
The town hall of Brest is located at 2, rue Frézier. L’reception at the counter takes place Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. (5 p.m. in summer) except the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month when the reception desk is open from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
On Saturdays, the town hall receives the public from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., except in July and August when its services are closed.
You can also contact the services of the town hall by telephone on 02 98 00 80 80 Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and by E-mail at the following address: email@example.com.
Find all the news of Brest and its region on the website of the town hall of Brest.
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