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Petit-Caux (Municipality, Seine-Maritime, France)

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Flag of Petit-Caux - Image by Olivier Touzeau, 31 May 2020


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Presentation of Petit-Caux

The municipality of Petit-Caux (9,553 inhabitants in 2017; 9,111 ha) was established on 1 January 2016 by merger of the 18 former municipalities of Saint-Martin-en-Campagne (seat), Assigny, Auquemesnil, Belleville-sur-Mer, Berneval-le-Grand, Biville-sur-Mer, Bracquemont, Brunville, Derchigny, Glicourt, Gouchaupre, Greny, Guilmécourt, Intraville, Penly, Saint-Quentin-au-Bosc, Tocqueville-sur-Eu, and Tourville-la-Chapelle, which composed the Communauté de communes of Petit Caux.
Petit-Caux is in fact the name of the coastal region of the Pays de Caux located between Dieppe and Le Tréport.

The history of the former intermunicipal authority of Petit-Caux is closely linked to the establishment of the nuclear power plant of Penly. This intermunicipal community carried out far more actions than most of its counterparts, with a tax integration coefficient of nearly 75% against an average of around 30% elsewhere, and the municipalities were willing to transform it into a new municipality.

Olivier Touzeau, 31 May 2020


Flag of Petit-Caux

The flag of Petit-Caux (photo) is white with the municipal logo.

Olivier Touzeau, 31 May 2020


Former Communauté de communes Petit-Caux

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Flag of Petit-Caux - Image by Olivier Touzeau, 31 May 2020

The flag of the Communauté de communes Petit-Caux (photo) was white with the authority's logo.

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Twinning flag - Image by Olivier Touzeau, 31 May 2020

The twinning partnership flag was still used in 2016 (photo).

Olivier Touzeau, 31 May 2020