Clichy

France

Clichy is a commune in the northwestern suburbs of Paris, France. It is located on the Seine, 6.4 km (4.0 mi) from the centre of Paris.

In the 13th century, the plain of Clichy was used as a garenne (“warren” in English), i.e. a hunting park and game preserve for the exclusive use of the king or a lord. Clichy became known as Clichy-la-Garenne (“Clichy the Warren” or preserve). After the Revolution, the French administration officially recorded the name of the commune only as Clichy, dropping the “la-Garenne”. This is the term in use in the 21st century. But, in many instances the municipality of Clichy refers to the commune traditionally as Clichy-la-Garenne, although this has not been the official name for more than 200 years.

Located in Clichy are the headquarters of the L’Oréal Group, the world’s largest company in cosmetics and beauty, Bic, one of the biggest pen producers in the world, as well as Sony France, a large electronics and media company.

CountryFrance
RegionÎle-de-France
DepartmentHauts-de-Seine
 Mayor (2020–2026)Rémi Muzeau
Area13.08 km2 (1.19 sq mi)
Population (2017-01-01)61,070
 Density20,000/km2 (51,000/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+01:00 (CET)
 Summer (DST)UTC+02:00 (CEST)

Economy

L’Oréal Group has its head office in the Centre Eugène Schueller in Clichy.

In addition, Monoprix has its head office in Clichy. Société Bic has its head office in Clichy.

At one time Fnac had its head office in Clichy. In 2008 the head office moved to Ivry-sur-Seine.

Transport

Clichy is served by Mairie de Clichy station on Paris Métro Line 13.

It is also served by Clichy – Levallois station on the Transilien Paris – Saint-Lazare suburban rail line.

Local Culture and Heritage 

Places and monuments 

  • Saint-Médard church
  • Interior of the Saint-Médard church
  • Chare de Saint-Médard
  • The Saint-Vincent-de-Paul church in Clichy.
  • Interior of the Saint-Vincent-de-Paul church
  • The altar, the chandelier and the bas relief of Saint-Vincent-de-Paul
  • The Saint-Médard church
Saint-Médard church

The town includes many monuments listed in the general inventory of the cultural heritage of France.

  • Vendôme Pavilion
  • The Vendôme pavilion
  • Pediment
  • Rear facade, view of the garden
  • Beaujon Hospital 
  • The People’s House 
  • The people’s house
  • Interior staircase of the Maison du Peuple.
  • House of the People.
  • Spring warehouses.
  • The Roger-Salengro Park
Allegory of Music and Dance – In Homage to Léo Delibes

Cultural events and festivities 

Le Rutebeuf is the municipal theater and cinema in the city of Clichy. The Pavillon Vendôme hosts the tourist office as well as the contemporary art center, which hosts several exhibitions throughout the year.

In January, the citizen’s cake brings together nearly 2,000 people at the Vendôme pavilion.

In March, take place the Foulées de Clichy , a great race bringing together nearly 2,000 runners, and the Women’s Rights Week.

In May, the Egg Hunt takes place in Salengro Park.

In June, the Fête de la Ville brings together more than 10,000 people around the theme of the Middle Ages at the Parc des Impressionnistes, as well as the carnival of leisure centers.

In July and August, Clichy Plage takes place at the Pasteur field and accommodates more than 12,000 people.

In October, October Rose and La Clichoise join the fight against breast cancer.

Education

The commune has 22 primary schools, three junior high schools, and two senior high schools. The junior highs include:

  • Collège Jean Jaurès
  • Collège Jean Macé
  • Collège Vincent Van Gogh

The senior high schools are:

  • Lycée Newton
  • Lycée René Auffray

Contact

Clichy Town Hall
email
web@ville-clichy.fr
address
80, Boulevard Jean Jaurès 92110 Clichy
phone
01 47 15 30 00