Neuilly-sur-Marne is a commune in the eastern suburbs of Paris, France. It is located 13.1 km (8.1 mi) from the center of Paris.

 Mayor (2020–2026)Zartoshte Bakhtiari
Area16.86 km2 (2.65 sq mi)
Population (Jan. 2017)34,993
Time zoneUTC+01:00 (CET)
 Summer (DST)UTC+02:00 (CEST)


The town is located 13.1  km east of Paris in the south-east of the department of Seine-Saint-Denis , on a territory of 686  ha .


Businesses and shops 

In 2015, the number of active establishments was two thousand two hundred and twenty-one, including one hundred in industry, three hundred and twenty-four in construction, one thousand five hundred and forty-six in trade-transport-various services and two hundred and fifty-one related to the administrative sector.


Neuilly-sur-Marne is served by no station of the Paris Métro, RER, or suburban rail network. The closest station to Neuilly-sur-Marne is Neuilly-Plaisance station on Paris RER line A. This station is located in the neighboring commune of Neuilly-Plaisance, 1.3 km (0.81 mi) from the town center of Neuilly-sur-Marne.


The commune of Neuilly-sur-Marne depends on the academy of Créteil and the primary schools of the commune depend on the Academic Inspectorate of Seine-Saint-Denis. For the school holiday calendar, Neuilly-sur-Marne is in zone C.

The city has a total of three colleges ( Albert Camus, Honoré de Balzac and Georges Braque ), 10 elementary schools , 12 kindergartens , a school General / Technology and a high school professional.

Local Culture and Heritage 

Places and monuments 

The Turin houses

“The Turin houses”, built by the architects Albert and Maurice Turin for the Société d’habitations à jeopardy, among others in the residential area of ​​Pré Fleuri rue du Général-Donzelot, rue Abel-Tuffier and rue Fromentin and rue du Colonel-Moll on the odd-numbered side (numbers 9, 11, 15 to 39), and rue de la Paix, on both sides.

Art Deco buildings

Art Deco buildings, at 123 avenue du Maréchal-Leclerc, by architect Delgorges. For decades, it housed the Hôtel du Cheval Blanc on the site of the inn of the same name, one of the oldest post offices in the town. Another ornate building close to Art Deco, 6 rue du Général-Schmitz.

Bourgeois house

Bourgeois house ( xix th  century ) 48, rue Théophile-Gaubert, built for Frédéric Flaxland, painter, composer and musician; it was a meeting of literature and music that hosted the xix th  century many famous personalities notables, including Franz Liszt , Chopin , Heine , George Sand .

The banks of the Marne and the Chelles canal 

The banks of the Marne and the Chelles canal with the bar de la Marine (old tavern), built around 1880. The lock keeper, at the entrance to the canal and built during the opening of the latter, an inseparable element of the life and functioning of the waterway. The lock is now automatic.

The old town hal

The old town hall at 95 rue Émile-Cossonneau built in 1850 on the site of a post house “Au Pits de Jacob” by the architect M. Bourgeois. Classic in style, it is overlooked by a pediment which gives it all the presence due to its function.

Other places and monuments:

  • The Saint-Baudile church inspired Maurice Utrillo .
  • Psychiatric hospitals of Ville-Évrard and Maison Blanche .
  • Haute-Île departmental park .
  • The Haute Île campsite on the banks of the Marne .
  • Neuilly lock .
  • The “bar de la Marine” on the banks of the Marne. 
  • The Parc du Croissant Vert .
  • The Emmaüs community of Neuilly-sur-Marne .
  • The Cité-jardin .
  • L’Oasis, former Amiard property on rue Pierre-Brossolette.
  • The Château Guérin (Conservatory of Music) .
  • Les Croisés buildings 1 to 6 allée Guynemer and rue Marx-Dormoy.
  • The Farcot pumps: dating from 1903, they are now on display in the water garden on the edge of avenue Marx-Dormoy.
  • The Sainte-Marie chapel and the secular cultural center .
  • The Jean-Jaurès school group, place Maximilien-Robespierre.
  • The house of notaries 56, rue Théophile-Gaubert. Building from the late xvii th  century .


Every June, during the Oh festival , the city turns into a huge leisure center. Neuilly Plage has been held every summer for thirteen years, an event offering numerous beach and aquatic activities, as well as cultural activities.


  • Neuilly-sur-Marne Basket Ball ,
  • The Hockey Club Neuilly-sur-Marne ,
  • The tennis club of Neuilly-sur-Marne ,
  • The Paris-Colmar  : Neuilly-sur-Marne is the city from the largest market of the world since 1998.
  • The Neuilly-sur-Marne Athletics Club: athletics stadium located in the Croissant Vert park .


Contact the town hall
1 place François Mitterrand 93330 Neuilly-sur-Marne
01 43 08 96 96