DescriptionSarcelles is a city of the northern suburbs of Paris, located at approximately 15 km of the capital. The agglomeration consists of two distinct parts: the Sarcelles old man, known as “Teal-village”, built at the edge of the Small Rosne and gathered around the church, and the great contemporary unit, first expression of the new cities, built in the years 1950 one kilometer more in the south. The city extends on 4,6 km from north in the south and 3,1 km of are in west.
The “village” consists of a continuous habitat low, mainly of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th century, intersected with more recent buildings. To north, an important suburban district extends, “Chardonnerettes”. At the East, is a great zone of activity along RN16, two small districts suburban (“Top of the King” and “the Mount of GIF”) as some cereal cultures which resist the urbanization. At the south, the district of Teals-Lochères is located, the new city of the Années 1950, consisted of turns and buildings of four floors. This district remains clearly separate remainder of the agglomeration, no coherent urban screen binding it to the other districts. A park and sports equipment separate both indeed. Nearly two hundred hectares are not built, which represents nearly 30% of the surface of the commune.
Sarcelles thus presents all the components of a urban landscape, making cohabit rural areas with suburban districts and an important zone of dense collective habitat.
The city is bordering on the communes on: Montmagny, Groslay, Saint-Brice-under-Forest, Écouen, Villiers-the-Beautiful, Arnouville-lès-Gonesse and Garges-lès-Gonesse in the department of the Val-d'Oise like Stains and Pierrefitte-sur-Seine in the department close to the Seine-Saint-Denis.
Sarcelles is divided into eight distinct districts (population 1999 /part of the total population of the city):
the great unit (in the south): 37.626 hab. (65%)
- the village (with the mid-west): 7.723 hab. (13,4%)
- Chantepie - the Rose trees (in the west): 5.265 hab. (9,1%)
- Limekiln - Chardonnerettes (in the North-West): 5.124 hab. (8,9%)
- the Mount-of-GIF - the High-of-King (in the east): 1.099 hab. (1,9%)
- the Central Park (in the center): 652 hab. (1,1%)
- the Sub-prefecture (with the mid-west): 243 hab. (0,4%)
- Point 3/4 - Mureaux (in south-west): 136 hab. (0,2%)
ClimatologyThe climate in Sarcelles is characteristic of that of the Île-de-France, i.e. subjected to a oceanic Climat degraded characterized by a certain moderation. The localization of the commune within the Paris and its suburbs causes a very light rise in the temperature of one or two degrees according to the climatic conditions compared to the rural areas of Ile-de-France. This variation is particularly notable at daybreak in calm weather and anticyclonic, and the situation tends to be accentuated with the passing of years. The annual average temperature is of 11°C, the month more the cold is January with +4°C; the hottest months are July and August with +19°C (average day laborer). The median number of days when the temperature exceeds 25°C is of 40, including 8 beyond 30°C. In the south of the Val-d'Oise, since 1955, the annual intermediate duration of Ensoleillement is 1719 hours.
OriginsThe name of the city would come from the Gallo-Roman anthroponyme Cercellus or perhaps from “Cercella”, quoted in 862: manufacture the cerceaux one for barrels.
The occupation of the site probably goes back to the Paléolithique, of the hunters-gatherers attending then the valley of the Petit Rosne. A human occupation is attested between the 1st century and the 5th century of our era by the discovery of a Roman hydropathic establishment to the locality “the Top of the King”.
Plundered by the Huns, the village finds a relative prosperity as from the 7th century, become the seigniory of the Abbaye of Saint-Denis. The existence of a village community is attested by the donation in 894 of a farm on the royal territory of Cercelles “ Ex fisco nostro Cercilla ” by the king Eudes Ier with Heriman, treasurer of the abbey of Saint-Denis. This one grants to him like seven families serfs and a mill on the river Rodonus , the Petit Rosne. At the 13th century, one finds the C-W communication Sarcella .
Vassal lords of the Montmorency organize essartage campaigns and cause the economic development of the village. During the War One hundred Year old, Sarcelles is occupied by the English of 1420 with 1436, then is destroyed by the Huguenot S in 1567 during their withdrawal after the battles of Saint-Denis. Property of Popincourt in the middle of the 15th century, it was the possession of Neufbourg and was set up in marquisat in 1629. The property passed in 1685 to the marquis d' Hautefort who founded a hospital there.
The village of the 18th century saw Viticulture and fruit trees. The enumeration of the election of Paris thirty-nine account fires in 1709; the universal dictionary published in 1726 announces mille-soixante inhabitants. In 1729, when the archbishop of Paris revokes the priest of Sarcelles, the author lampoonist Nicolas Jouin will write a continuation of harangues which had such a success that they gave rise to a literary Genre: the sarcellade , of the name of the village.
At the 19th century, Sarcelles, like many surrounding communes, saw primarily Viticulture. The Vigne occupies the near total of cultivable surface then. But following the epidemic of Phylloxéra of 1879 which decimated the vines, Sarcellois are reconverted into the vegetable Culture S with the whole beginning of the 20th century, in particular in the culture of the peas which required abundant a estival Labor, the “cueilleux ones”. During month of harvest (June-July), the population is multiplied by two passer by in 1902 for example of: 2380 with: 4800 inhabitants. Harvest was then dispatched towards the Halles of Paris by whole coaches by bags of 50 kg. The arboriculture is also important, the pear trees in particular, the orchards then extending on several communes from the flat from France and the Vallée from Montmorency after the conflict from 1870. In 1870 and 1871, the village is occupied by the Prussian which leaves it in ruins. During the year 1892, the village is victim of an epidemic of Choléra.
In the Years 1930, the vegetable culture is prevalent: on 350 hectares of cultivable grounds, 96 are occupied by the pea cultures, 65 by the cauliflower S. During the 20th century, Sarcelles loses little by little its rural character with the establishment of various industries: a Cotton nery, a foundry of Aluminum, a factory of synthetic rubies, another of Tile S, one of bricks, laces in wire of gold, or of fabrics. The activity of brick-maker was very present at Sarcelles of the French revolution at the end of the Second world war thanks to argillaceous nature of the basement. Two families dominated this activity locally: Censier lasting more than one century and Bastin.
The Great unitBut it is after the Second world war that the history of Sarcelles accelerates. In a national context of shortage of residences amplified by a very positive natural balance (“Baby-boom”) and in same time a massive Immigration but also the repatriation of French of Algeria of which a considerable part will settle in Sarcelles), a Grand unit, several tens of thousands of residences, called of first generation (characterized by town planning of long horizontal bars, without architectural research, along the rails established for the cranes of building site) will settle ex-nihilo in the middle of the fields of the village sarcelloise.
One owes the design of the city to the French architects Jacques Henri Labourdette and Roger Boileau, which has work between 1955 and 1975. On the whole, these are 12.368 residences which are thus built on behalf of the SCIC and its subsidiary companies, which undoubtedly makes of it vastest Grand unit of France. A long time symbol of the discomfort which would strike the great units (and would cause the “sarcellite”, term invented by a journalist of the Années 1950), it would seem today that the great whole of Sarcelles enjoys a relative success as regards ethnic co-education and urban violence, dissociating great degraded whole of the communes of French suburbs. This situation can be explained by the fact why Teals-Lochères developed until becoming a city, in particular by its broader integration in a whole including/understanding of the traditional districts and the zones of economic activities. This evolution remains however exceptional.
Important communities West-Indian, North-African, black-African and Jewish live today in Sarcelles; however, ethnic co-education comes up against its limits and the problems between communities are of increase.
After having celebrated in 2005 the fiftieth anniversary of the creation of the district of Lochères, the municipality engages the restoration of the great unit, while starting with the district of Fine sands, the first built during the Années 1950.
DemographySarcelles experienced a very fast development which classifies it in the category of the mushroom towns : counting only approximately 8 000 inhabitants at the beginning of the Years 1950, it had 35  of it; 800 in 1962 and exceeded 50 000 before the end of the Years 1960, becoming the second plus big city of the Val-d'Oise behind Argenteuil. The city occupies the 78e national row as a population. Its Birth rate is of 20,29/1000 and its Death rate of 6,40/1000. Sarcelles is a young city: 34,9% of the population have less than 20 years, 42,4% less than 25 years and 13,6% have more than 60 years.
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Sarcelles counts an important immigrant population: on a total of: 57871 inhabitants in 1999: 9285 had been born abroad and from foreign nationality: 6282 were French of acquisition and: 3413 French of birth but had been born abroad or in the old French departments from Algeria. The city indeed counts one of most important the community of repatriates of Algeria.
If the share of the Algerians (14,7%) or the Morocco ains (11,8%) remains in conformity with the regional average (respectively 17,3% and 10,4%), that of the Tunisia NS is important with 15,5% in Sarcelles compared with 6,1% in the area. The share of the Turks is also very important: 12,4% compared with 2,6% in the area. The share of the other countries of birth is in conformity with the regional tendencies with 37,8%, essentially of country of sub-Saharan Africa.
HousingSarcelles counted: 18048 main homes in 1999 on a total of: 19419 residences. The park Immobilier sarcellois has a specificity compared to the average of the area: in 1999, only 3,1% of the main homes dated from 1990 or afterwards against 9,1% in Île-de-France. In the same way, constructions former to 1949 accounted for only 6,2% of the park compared with 33,7% for the regional average francilienne.
Sarcelles has few buildings old, all gathered in the village, and built little today, because subjected to the plan of noise exposure of the Aéroport Roissy-Charles-of-Gaulle which limits construction drastiquement. The essence of the park dates from the years 1955 with 1970: not less than 78,1% of the residences between 1949 and 1974 were built. This characteristic causes a real problem of town planning and financing: all the park having appreciably the same age, all is also to rehabilitate at the same time.
84,4% of the residences are main homes, distributed with 16,4% in houses and 83,6% in apartments (respectively 26,9% and 73,1% in the area). Only 33,0% of the inhabitants are owners of their housing, against 64,8% which are only tenants (respectively 44,3% and 51,1% in the area).
With: 9505 residences of the type HLM is 52,7% of the park in 1999 (23,4% in the area), the city largely respects the provisions of article 55 of the law solidarity and urban renewal (SRU) of December 2000 fixing at 20% the minimum rate of social housing for the most important communes.
The size of the households is much more important than in the area: the city counts to only 21,4% people living alone against 34,6% in the area, on the other hand the important families account for 11,0% of the population compared with 2,8% in the area. The median number of people by housing is important: 3,2 people on average against 2,4 in Ile-de-France. The situation is explained by a high share of populations of immigrant origin with the very many families.
The majority of the dwellings have 4 parts or more (57,9% against 41,4% on average regional); the small residences remain minority: only 2,1% of residences of a part against 11,8% in the area.
The city has consequently residences moreover large surface that the average francilienne inhabited by large families, but a very significant part of these residences are of type HLM, which supports the ghettoisation of the commune.
The city is a chief town of district of the Val-d'Oise since the year 2000. The sub-prefecture moved in Sarcelles four years later, in April 2004. It is by the impulse of Jean-Pierre Chevènement, then its adviser and Minister of Interior Department, Jean-Yves Autexier (Mayor-assistant of Sarcelles of Henri Canacos, PCF mayor until in 1982) that the removal of the Sous-préfecture was possible. This first since the Release thus corrects a “error” of the history dating from the creation of the department of the Val-d'Oise. The decree No 2000-186 bearing transfer of the chief town of the district of Montmorency to Sarcelles (Val-d'Oise) was signed on March 3rd 2000 by Lionel Jospin, Jean-Pierre Chevènement and Christian Sautter.
Sarcelles is divided into two cantons:
- the Canton of Teal-North-Is, which counts 28 811 inhabitants;
- the Canton of Teal-South-West, which counts 29 060 inhabitants.
The Municipal council is composed of forty-four members, of which the mayor and thirteen associated, and eight elected officials of opposition. The city had as of 1996 thirteen councils of district , opened in all Sarcellois. They meet on average once a month.
Since June 2000, Sarcelles also has a council of the reprocessed citizens , opened with the elderly of at least fifty years and in anticipated retirement or retirement. This initiative was implemented after having noted that good number of pensioners strongly wished to be actors in the life of the city and to play a social role there. It take part in one or more of the four commissions sets of themes of reflection: citizenship, environment, intercultural and memory.
Lastly, the city has a local council of the young people , composed of twenty-four young ages from fifteen to twenty years and resulting from the various districts from the city.
Political tendenciesWith the presidential election of 2002, the first turn saw arriving at the head Lionel Jospin with 25,0%, followed Jacques Chirac with 15,1%, Jean-Marie Le Pen with 13,4%, then Alain Madelin with 11,9%, Christiane Taubira with 8,5%, Francois Bayrou with 5,0%, Jean-Pierre Chevènement with 4,5% and Arlette Laguiller with 4,0%, no other candidate not exceeding the threshold of the 3,5%.
With the second turn, the voters voted to 86,5% for Jacques Chirac against 13,5% for Jean-Marie Le Pen with a rate of abstention from 23,9%, much higher values in favor of Jacques Chirac compared to the tendency main roads (respectively 82,21% and 17,79%; abstention 20,29%).
With the referendum on the constitutional treaty for Europe of May 29th, 2005, Sarcellois very massively rejected the European Constitution, with 62,51% of Not against 37,49% of Yes with a rate of abstention particularly high from 43,70% (whole France: Not to 54,67%; Yes to 45,33%; abstention: 30,63%). These figures are much higher than the departmental tendency of the Val-d'Oise (Not to 53,47%; Yes with 46,53%) but opposite with the results franciliens (Yes 53,99%; Not 46,01%).
With the presidential election of 2007, the first turn saw very mainly the votes being placed on the two principal candidates, at the head Ségolène Royal with 37,35% (national: 25,87%), followed Nicolas Sarkozy with 33,98% (national: 31,18%), then Francois Bayrou with 12,95% and Jean-Marie Le Pen with 6,90%, no other candidate not exceeding the threshold of the 3,5%. The second turn saw arriving at the head Ségolène Royal with 53,27%, Nicolas Sarkozy adding up 46,73% of the votes sarcellois, figures opposite with the national results with a rate of abstention from 18,19%, slightly higher than the national average of 16,03%.
Mayors of Sarcelles
Budget and taxation
Sarcelles is a poor city knowing a delicate financial position presenting a fort debt and a budgetary control very criticized by the Regional court of the accounts. This situation is due according to the mayor to a very limited tax potential and important needs on behalf of the population.
With a rate of tax of dwelling of 17,32% in 2006, tax pressure for the private individuals in Sarcelles east in the high average of the department. This rate nevertheless remained stable since 2001. He is necessary to add 0,50% for the trade-union share to it, that is to say 17,82% on the whole. The departmental rate of the Val-d'Oise was fixed the same year at 5,88% of the rental value. As comparison, this rate (trade-union share included) was of 16,85% with Garges-lès-Gonesse, 18,90% with Gonesse or 17,11% with Montmorency, common neighbors of Sarcelles.
Justice and safetySarcelles belongs to the jurisdiction of authority of Écouen, and great authority as well as trade of Pontoise. The city in addition accommodates a house of justice and right (31, avenue du May 8th, 1945).
The rate of criminality of the district of police force of Sarcelles (including Saint-Brice-under-Forest and Villiers-the-Beautiful) is of 107,37 acts for 1000 inhabitants (crimes and offenses, figures 2005) what does of it one of three higher of the Val-d'Oise behind Enghien-the-Baths (137,75) and Cergy-Pontoise (110,62), largely higher than average the main road (83/1000) and secondary road (88,15/1000). The rate of resolution of the businesses by the police services is of 25,34%, one of weakest of the department.
EconomySarcelles counted 2651 companies at the 12/31/2004. 86% of these establishments counted less than five paid.
The industrial park of Escouvrier counted in the year 2000 on a surface of sixty hactares 80 companies offering 3.000 employment.
Unemployment rate in 1999 amounted to 20,9%, that is to say 8 points moreover than the national average. The city counted 1954 recipients of RMI at December 31st 2004. The average revenue by household is of 17.854 €/an.
Teals-Lochères was one of the first districts classified in the list of the free urban zones by the law of the November 14th 1996 in order to promote the development of the districts known as “sensitive”. The ZFU of Garges - Sarcelles (Lochères) is vastest of France. Enter other companies, the National agency for Check-Holidays (ANCV) there has its head office henceforth.
The city has very few large companies; among the principal ones, one can quote the two first in Turnover: JCB-France (materials for BTP) with 177M d'€, Rex-Rotary drill (Subsidiary company of Ricoh, copiers, connector industry) with 62M d'€ (figures 2004).
TransportSarcelles is served by two railway stations and several lines of bus:
- the station Station of Sarcelles - Saint-Brice in the west
- the station station of Garges-Sarcelles in the east;
- DRUNK CIF 95-02 and Allobus.
No Autoroute serves the city. Only the Trunk road 16 (Paris - Chantilly) connects it directly to the capital while crossing it of the south in north. The secondary road 125 the cross-piece of west in is and constitutes one imports local connection connecting Teal-village to the district of Lochères but also a intra-departmental axis of the Val-d'Oise (Montmorency - Garges-lès-Gonesse - Dugny - Le Bourget).
This last way should be relieved in the medium term by the realization of the inter-commune Boulevard of Parisis, connecting Argenteuil to the Aéroport Roissy-Charles-of-Gaulle, this last located at less than fifteen kilometers of Sarcelles and constituting an important pole of employment.
Parks and green areas
- the park of the Meadow-under-the-City is the most important green area of the city. It comprises undulating landscapes a water level as well as plays of child and tables of camp-site in free access.
- the landscape public garden of Hattersheim is located at Teal-Village
- the way-of-wood-flowered , is a “green casting” located between the street Pierre-Brossolette and the street Bellevue. One sees there part of the family gardens of the city.
- small the lake of the High-of-King .
- the park Kennedy , in the great unit.
Sarcelles has two flowers with the Concours of the cities and flowered villages, rewarding the efforts for fleurissement for the commune.
Tourist monuments and placesSarcelles has an historical heritage at the village of which the church, historic building classified. The new city of Teals-Lochères constitutes in itself an architectural heritage of the Années 1950.
Church of Saint-Pierre-Saint-Paul. Built starting from 1115 on the site of a Roman temple, the church replaces a construction of the 5th century approximately of which the structure was found under the current chorus. Set fire to at the 16th century by the Huguenots, the building was largely restored then. The last large countryside goes up with 1876. The surmounted bell-tower of a stone arrow surrounded by 4 pyramidions constitutes the oldest part of the church; it has windows in semicircular arch. The Western frontage Renaissance with Corinthian columns is the work of Jean Bullant; the “F” crowned which decorates the curves with the gate is a homage to François Ier. The pink in Ier stage is framed columns, the nave and the side of the 16th century is decorated with Lierne S and to Tierceron S. the square Gothic chorus goes back from the 13th century, the capitals are with figures. The church shelters a tombstone with the effigies of Jehan Soudain and his wife, engraved in 1582. The unit was classified historic building on October 25th, 1911.
The turn Hugues Capet (college of the Turret) is wrongfully famous to have been an appointment of hunting of this king. It has thick walls from 70 to 80 cm.
The manor of Miraville (street of Resistance) is built with the site of the castle of Richebourg, set fire to in 1567 by the Protestants. Into 1942, the manor, rebuilt at the 19th century, is transformed into hotel, then repurchased by the commune which installs the town hall there.
The the church assyro-chaldéenne Saint-Thomas-Apostle, largest of Europe, was devoted in February 2004.
The gone of Teals-Lochères (Tuesday, Friday and Sunday morning) is famous in all the area. It attracts a cosmopolitan crowd of more than: 10000 visitors each Sunday.
MuseumsThe house of the inheritance (1 rue des Piliers) is installed since September 2000 in the house Grimaud, name of its former owner, and is built at the 19th century at Teal-Village. Animated by an association (“Sarcelles and its history”), it presents the history of the city through a permanent collection of objects and costumes old referring to the agricultural past and of many temporary exhibitions sets of themes. One can quote: the 60ème birthday of the release of Sarcelles, disappeared brickyards… The park is opened with the public since spring 2005 and proposes a botanical course (open Monday of 14:00 to 17:00; Wednesday of 10:00 to 12:00 and 14:00 to 17:00 and Saturday of 10:00 to 12:00, admission free).
The naval museum of Sarcelles (data base of General-of-Gaulle - Teal-Village), also animated by an association, presents the maritime past of the France since Colbert through objects, models of boats, posters, photographs, etc (open saturdays of 14:00 to 18:00, admission free).
Personalities related to the city
- Ministry A.M.E.R. (group of Rap)
- Dominique Strauss-Kahn (former minister for the economy and finances)
- Xavier Zimbardo (photographer)
- Martial Beauville (photographer)
- Didier Domi (professional footballer)
- Philippe Christanval (professional footballer)
- Alain Couriol (professional ex-footballer)
- Eddie Couriol (professional ex-handballer)
- Stephan Pounewatchy (professional ex-footballer)
- Bruno Pounewatchy (scenario writer)
- Marie-Claude Beaudeau (old sénatrice)
- Didier Arnal (General adviser, president of the group Socialist at the General advice, former deputy)
- Henri Canacos (former mayor of Sarcelles)
- Rachid Adda (Regional adviser of Ile-de-France, born in Sarcelles)
- François Pupponi (Mayor of Sarcelles, general adviser)
- Malik Chibane (scenario writer)
- Mohamed Dia (designer and creator of the Dia mark)
- Younousse Sankharé (footballer)
- Michel Gevrey, former national secretary of the National union of the teachers, former vice-president of the world Confederation of the organizations of the teaching profession, former general secretary of the Youth to the outdoor), old chair CCOMCEN, former member of the Economic and Social Council (college of associations), assistant of the mayor in charge of education and youth.
- Stereo Blackstarr (rappor)
- Samuel Nadeau (Basketball player)
- Eugene Canseliet, esoterist.
CultureThe city offers all the year an access varied to the culture:
The public library AsLangfus (37, Bd Bergson), currently put in network with the other libraries of the community of agglomeration, proposes in consultation or loan more: 66000 pounds like approximately 110 titles of magazines. Space youth bound for the children of less than 14 years puts: 3500 pounds at their disposal. A space music is added to it, located 1, place de Navarre, placing at the disposal more: 7000 CD. The tariff of subscription to borrow are symbolic systems: 2 euro for an adult, free up to 18 years like for the unemployed and the recipients of RMI.
The council school of approved music (2 avenue Paul-Langevin), sign about thirty disciplines, for the children as for the adults, of which jazz, string instruments or wind as well as practice Collective: choral societies, chamber music, workshops… ;
The council school of visual arts (5, route de Garges);
The room Andre-Malraux (street Taillepied - Sarcelles Village),
The house of the inheritance , (1 rue des Piliers - Teal-Village);
Several neighborhood houses, in particular those of the white Vines and Watteau.
In the city exists: The “club of the Beautiful Images” - club of photography.
Festivals and events
- the biennial one of engraving and the new images, every two years, odd years, at the beginning of year;
- the festival of the sport, at the beginning of June;
- festivities of the 50ème birthday of the great whole of Sarcelles;
- the Festival of the social photograph - Photsoc.
Sarcelles with the cinemaSarcelles was the framework of several films, of which most famous evoke the brutal urban and social change Années 1960:
- Street of the meadows (1959) of Denis of Patellière, of the dialogs of Michel Audiard in which Henri Neveu (Jean Gabin) is workman with the construction of the city of Lochères.
- Melody in basement (1963), realized by Henri Verneuil, starts in Sarcelles. Its main character, incarnated by Jean Gabin, returns in a Cité that he does not recognize any more, after a stay prolonged in Prison. Its house is still there, and appears rather anachronistic in a landscape of large modern buildings. Even the name of its street changed.
- Last exit before Roissy , realized by Bernard Paul and left in 1977, a pessimistic and premonitory film of the faintness of the suburbs. With Pierre Mondy, Sabine Haudepin and Patrick Fierry.
- Close, close (2005) to Malik Chibane with Frederic Diefenthal, Anemone and Jackie Berroyer is held in a building of the Mozart city in Sarcelles.
- the short film Sarcelles (New City) (8 mn), realized by David Haddad, graphic and personal course of the city through these various faces.
Sarcelles in the songSarcelles east one of the emblematic cities of the suburbs and the Rap French. The rappor Stomy Bugsy lived all his youth in Sarcelles which it often evokes in his songs as in those of the group Ministère A.M.E.R. of which it was one of the members with Passi. This group left in 1994 an album called “95200”, zip code of the city. The collective Hip-hop Sector Ä, “Ä” coming from a district of Sarcelles called the Abdoulaye Sect, was born starting from late ministry A.M.E.R. and gathered several rappeurs of the city and those close to Garges-lès-Gonesse like the Neg' Marrons or the duet Arsenik, originating in Villiers-the-Beautiful.
History of Sarcellois
The town of Sarcelles engaged in a work of collection of the memory of the sarcellois: memory of the release of the inhabitants, where they lived for this period of war. These public texts will make it possible to better include/understand the daily newspaper of French for this painful period. It will be also possible to read the history of Sarcelles for this period.
TeachingFifty-five schools exempt teaching in Sarcelles including five private. He is necessary to add two specialized establishments to it: an educational medical institute and a I.U.T.
The city concerns the academy of Versailles and the school inspectorate of the Val-d'Oise. The schools of the commune are managed by the inspections of the departmental inspection of State education of Saint-Brice-Sarcelles-North (6, allée Jean- of-The-Fountain 95350 Saint-Brice-under-Forest) and of Teal-South (Delpech School, 148, avenue de la Division Leclerc). The two districts belong to the basin of education and training of Sarcelles.
Sports equipmentSarcelles has an important sporting center accompanied by several gymnasia and other sports equipment through the commune:
the sporting center Nelson-Mandela , which occurred Paul-Langevin, includes/understands:
the gymnasium Jean-Jaurès, which occurred Pierre-Koenig
- the gymnasium Saint-Éxupéry, gone Bossuet
- the Louis-Pasteur gymnasium, street Marius-Delpech
- the Pauline-Kergomard gymnasium, which occurred Auguste-Perret
- the gymnasium Albert-Camus, gone Radiguet
- the Briand gymnasium, street Voltaire
- the gymnasium of the chardonnerettes, place of the three Walnut trees
- a Gymnastic room of , avenue Joliot-Curie
- the Saint-Saëns room, room of Martial arts, which occurred César-Franck
- the room of Boxing of Chardonnerettes
- the Léo-Lagrange stage, street of the Stage
- the Emile-Zola stage, street Emile-Zola
- Two bowling pitches, way of Chantereine and place of the Marshes
ClubsThe Friendly and Sporting Association of Sarcelles , club general sports. Its notable section is the Karaté, N°1 in France with the classification 2006 of the Federation
HealthSarcelles concern two hospitals: the hospital of Gonesse (25, rue Pierre- of-Theilley 95500 Gonesse) and the Inter-commune hospital of Eaubonne - Montmorency (CHEIM) (1, rue Jean Moulin 95160 Montmorency). The city accommodates in addition a private hospital, the Privé hospital of Parisian North (3, bd du Maréchal- of-Lattre-of-Tassigny).
The commune has three old people's homes, the Mapi residences (private), Santé the blue cedar (public) and the residence of the Orchards (hearth housing).
catholic Church . the faithful ones of the parish of Teal-village are accommodated to the Saint-Pierre-and-Saint-Paul church (street of the Church) and those of the parish of Sarcelles Lochères to the church Holy Trinity Jean XXIII (avenue Auguste-Perret). The parish of Sarcelles concerns the deanery of Sarcelles and the Diocèse of Pontoise. It is managed by the father Père Yves Jacquesson;
The community chaldéenne is found with the church Saint-Thomas Apôtre. It is managed by the Father Sabri Anar;
Church Copte. the faithful ones are found with the Saint-Athanase church.
evangelic Church. the community is managed by the pastors Jean-Claude Boutinon and Patrice Yao;
Islam. the faithful Moslems find themselves in two mosques: the mosque A.M.I.S and the mosque Faith and Unicity;
Worship Jew. Five synagogs are located in the great whole of Sarcelles. The faithful ones can be also found in the synagog located in the district of High-of-Roy or in that, located in a house, in the district of Chardonnerettes.
- Common Countries of France
- of the Val-d'Oise
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