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Seine-Maritime (Department, France): Intermunicipal Authorities

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Métropole Rouen Normandie

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Flag of Métropole Rouen Normandie - Image by Olivier Touzeau, 14 January 2019

Métropole Rouen Normandie (4909,001 inhabitants in 2015; 66,383 ha) was created in January 2015, replacing the previous Communauté d'agglomération Rouen-Elbeuf-Austreberthe (CREA). The Métropole is composed of 71 municipalities: Rouen, Amfreville-la-Mi-Voie, Anneville-Ambourville, Les Authieux-sur-le-Port-Saint-Ouen, Bardouville, Belbeuf, Berville-sur-Seine, Bihorel, Bois-Guillaume, Bonsecours, Boos, La Bouille, Canteleu, Caudebec-lès-Elbeuf, Cléon, Darnétal, Déville-lès-Rouen, Duclair, Elbeuf, Épinay-sur-Duclair, Fontaine-sous-Préaux, Franqueville-Saint-Pierre, Freneuse, Gouy, Grand-Couronne, A HREF="fr-76-gq.html">Le Grand-Quevilly, Hautot-sur-Seine, Hénouville, Le Houlme, Houppeville, Isneauville, Jumièges, La Londe, Malaunay, Maromme, Le Mesnil-Esnard, Le Mesnil-sous-Jumièges, Montmain, Mont-Saint-Aignan, Moulineaux, La Neuville-Chant-d'Oisel, Notre-Dame-de-Bondeville, Oissel, Orival, Petit-Couronne, Le Petit-Quevilly, Quevillon, Quévreville-la-Poterie, Roncherolles-sur-le-Vivier, Sahurs, Saint-Aubin-Celloville, Saint-Aubin-Épinay, Saint-Aubin-lès-Elbeuf, Sainte-Marguerite-sur-Duclair, Saint-Étienne-du-Rouvray, Saint-Jacques-sur-Darnétal, Saint-Léger-du-Bourg-Denis, Saint-Martin-de-Boscherville, Saint-Martin-du-Vivier, Saint-Paër, Saint-Pierre-de-Manneville, Saint-Pierre-de-Varengeville, Saint-Pierre-lès-Elbeuf, Sotteville-lès-Rouen, Sotteville-sous-le-Val, Tourville-la-Rivière, Le Trait, Val-de-la-Haye, Yainville, Ymare, and Yville-sur-Seine.

The Communauté d'agglomération Rouen-Elbeuf-Austreberthe (CREA) was created in 2010 with the merger of the Communauté d'agglomération d'Elbeuf Boucle de Seine (1954-2010), Communauté de l'agglomération rouennaise (1974-2010), Communauté de communes de Seine-Austreberthe (1998-2010), and Communauté de communes Le Trait-Yainville (2005-2010).

The flag of Métropole Rouen Normandie (photo, photo) is white with the authority's logo.

The four components of the logo are a wink to the four former communities merged to form CREA. They were also conceived to have a resonance with the logo of the territory's brand and its spherical design.
The four colors were kept to supply a visual continuity with the former logo of the CREA. The colors emphasize harmony and the commitment of the metropolis in the preservation of environment and quality of life.
The font type of the logo of the former CREA (Akzidenz-Grotesk BQ) was retained to provide a harmonious visibility of the three components : Métropole - Rouen - Normandie. The use of lower case and capital letters allows a harmonious connection between "Rouen" and "NORMANDIE", preventing the confrontation of the common "N".
The square frame is identical in proportions and border to the one used in the logo of the former CREA, allowing a simple and quick modification on all supports.
The wave, re-designed from the logo of the former CREA, symbolizes river Seine, as the backbone of the territory. The wave represents a soft transition between the past and present visual identities.
[Graphic charter; Logo News, 25 June 2014]

Olivier Touzeau & Ivan Sache, 20 January 2019


Le Havre Seine Métropole

Le Havre Seine Métropole (269,321 inhabitants in 2016; 49,580 ha) was established on 1 January 2019, as the merger of the former:
- Communauté de l'agglomération havraise (CODAH; 236,133 inh.; 19,065 ha), composed of the municipalities of Le Havre (seat), Cauville-sur-Mer, Épouville, Fontaine-la-Mallet, Fontenay, Gainneville, Gonfreville-l'Orcher, Harfleur, Manéglise, Mannevillette, Montivilliers, Notre-Dame-du-Bec, Octeville-sur-Mer, Rogerville, Rolleville, Sainte-Adresse, and Saint-Martin-du-Manoir.;
- Communauté de communes Caux Estuaire (18,315 inh.; 17,015 ha), composed of the municipalities of Saint-Romain-de-Colbosc (seat), La Cerlangue, Éretot, Étainhus, Gommerville, Graimbouville, Oudalle, La Remuée, Sainneville, Saint-Aubin-Routot, Saint-Gilles-de-la-Neuville, Saint-Laurent-de-Brèvedent, Saint-Vigor-d'Ymonville, Saint-Vincent-Cramesnil, Sandouville, and Les Trois-Pierres;
- Communauté de communes du canton de Criquetot-l'Esneval (CCCE; 16,555 inh.; 13,496 ha), composed of the municipalities of Criquetot-l'Esneval (seat), Angerville-l'Orcher, Anglesqueville-l'Esneval, Beaurepaire, Bénouville, Bordeaux-Saint-Clair, Cuverville, Étretat, Fongueusemare, Gonneville-la-Mallet, Hermeville, Heuqueville, Pierrefiques, La Poterie-Cap-d'Antifer, Saint-Jouin-Bruneval, Saint-Martin-du-Bec, Sainte-Marie-au-Bosc, Le Tilleul, Turretot, Vergetot, and Villainville.

Olivier Touzeau, 14 January 2019


Communauté de l'agglomération havraise

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Flag of the CODAH - Image by Olivier Touzeau, 14 January 2019

The flag of the CODAH (photo) was white with the authority's logo.

Olivier Touzeau, 14 January 2019


Communautés d'agglomération

Caux Seine agglo

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Flag of Caux Seine agglo, current and former versions - Images by Olivier Touzeau, 20 February 2021

The communauté d'agglomération Caux Seine agglo (77,114 inhabitants in 2016; 57,430 ha) is composed of 50 municipalities: Alvimare, Anquetierville, Arelaune-en-Seine, Bernières, Beuzeville-la-Grenier, Beuzevillette, Bolbec, Bolleville, Cléville, Cliponville, Envronville, Foucart, La Frénaye, Grand-Camp, Gruchet-le-Valasse, Hattenville, Heurteauville, Lanquetot, Lillebonne, Lintot, Louvetot, Maulévrier-Sainte-Gertrude, Mélamare, Mirville, Nointot, Norville, Notre-Dame-de-Bliquetuit, Parc-d'Anxtot, Petiville, Port-Jérôme-sur-Seine, Raffetot, Rives-en-Seine, Rouville, Saint-Antoine-la-Forêt, Saint-Arnoult, Saint-Aubin-de-Crétot, Saint-Eustache-la-Forêt, Saint-Gilles-de-Crétot, Saint-Jean-de-Folleville, Saint-Jean-de-la-Neuville, Saint-Maurice-d'Ételan, Saint-Nicolas-de-la-Haie, Saint-Nicolas-de-la-Taille, Tancarville, Terres-de-Caux, Trémauville, La Trinité-du-Mont, Trouville, Vatteville-la-Rue, and Yébleron.
If was established in January 2017, as Communauté d'agglomération Caux vallée de Seine, the merger of the former Communautés de communes Caux vallée de Seine and nine municipalities from the former Communauté de communes Cœur de Caux. The authority was renamed to Caux Seine agglo in November 2017.

The flag of Caux Seine agglo (photo, p. 6; photo) is white with the authority's logo. The former flag of Caux Seine agglo (photo) was white with a similar logp bearing the authority's early name.

Olivier Touzeau, 20 February 2021


Fécamp Caux Littoral Agglomération

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Flag of Fécamp Caux Littoral Agglomération - Image by Olivier Touzeau, 20 February 2021

Fécamp Caux Littoral Agglomération (39,319 inhabitants in 2016; 20,710 ha) is composed of 33 municipalities: Ancretteville-sur-Mer, Angerville-la-Martel, Colleville, Contremoulins, Criquebeuf-en-Caux, Écretteville-sur-Mer, Életot, Épreville, Fécamp, Froberville, Ganzeville, Gerponville, Gerville, Limpiville, Les Loges, Maniquerville, Riville, Sainte-Hélène-Bondeville, Saint-Léonard, Saint-Pierre-en-Port, Sassetot-le-Mauconduit, Senneville-sur-Fécamp, Sorquainville, Thérouldeville, Theuville-aux-Maillots, Thiergeville, Thiétreville, Tourville-les-Ifs, Toussaint, Valmont, Vattetot-sur-Mer, Yport, and Ypreville-Biville.
It was established on 1 January 2015, upgrading the former Communauté de communes de Fécamp. It absorbed the former Communauté de communes du Canton de Valmont on 1 January 2017.

The flag of Fécamp Caux Littoral Agglomération (photo) is white with the authority's logo.

Olivier Touzeau, 20 February 2021


Région Dieppoise

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Flag of Région Dieppoise - Image by Olivier Touzeau, 20 February 2021

The Communauté d'agglomération de la région Dieppoise (47,223 inhabitants in 2016; 12,900 ha), aka Dieppe Maritime, established on 1 January 2003, is composed of 16 municipalities: Ancourt, Arques-la-Bataille, Aubermesnil-Beaumais, Colmesnil-Manneville, Dieppe, Grèges, Hautot-sur-Mer, Martigny, Martin-Église, Offranville, Rouxmesnil-Bouteilles, Saint-Aubin-sur-Scie, Sainte-Marguerite-sur-Mer, Sauqueville, Tourville-sur-Arques, and Varengeville-sur-Mer.

The flag of Région Dieppoise (photo) is white with the authority's logo.

Olivier Touzeau, 20 February 2021


Communautés de communes

Côte d'Albâtre

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Flag of Côte d'Albâtre - Image by Olivier Touzeau, 27 February 2021

Côte d'Albâtre (Alabaster Coast) is part of the French coast of the English Channel, corresponding to the coastline of Pays de Caux and forming almost all of the coastline of Seine-Maritime. It takes its name from the white hue of its high chalk cliffs, including those of Étretat, which stretch for over 120 km, dominating most of the coastline.
Côte d'Albâtre runs from Le Havre to Le Tréport, via Dieppe, Fécamp and Saint-Valery-en-Caux.

The Communauté de communes de la Côte d'Albâtre (28,020 inhabitants in 2016; 38,750 ha), established on 28 December 2001, is composed of 63 municipalities: Ancourteville-sur-Héricourt, Angiens, Anglesqueville-la-Bras-Long, Auberville-la-Manuel, Autigny, Bertheauville, Bertreville, Beuzeville-la-Guérard, Blosseville, Bosville, Le Bourg-Dun, Bourville, Brametot, Butot-Vénesville, Cailleville, Canouville, Cany-Barville (seat), La Chapelle-sur-Dun, Clasville, Cleuville, Crasville-la-Mallet, Crasville-la-Rocquefort, Criquetot-le-Mauconduit, Drosay, Ermenouville, Fontaine-le-Dun, La Gaillarde, Grainville-la-Teinturière, Gueutteville-les-Grès, Le Hanouard, Hautot-l'Auvray, Héberville, Houdetot, Ingouville, Malleville-les-Grès, Manneville-ès-Plains, Le Mesnil-Durdent, Néville, Normanville, Ocqueville, Oherville, Ouainville, Ourville-en-Caux, Paluel, Pleine-Sève, Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer, Sainte-Colombe, Saint-Martin-aux-Buneaux, Saint-Pierre-le-Vieux, Saint-Pierre-le-Viger, Saint-Riquier-èè-Plains, Saint-Sylvain, Saint-Vaast-Dieppedalle, Saint-Valery-en-Caux, Sasseville, Sommesnil, Sotteville-sur-Mer, Thiouville, Veauville-lès-Quelles, Veules-les-Roses, Veulettes-sur-Mer, Vinnemerville, and Vittefleur.
The former Communauté de communes Entre Mer et Lin and another 6 municipalities from the former Communauté de communes Cţur de Caux were merged into Côte d'Albâtre on 1 January 2017.

The flag of Côte d'Albâtre (photo, photo, photo, photo, photo) is white with the authority's logo.

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Flag of Stations nautiques in Côte d'Albâtre - Image by Olivier Touzeau, 27 February 2021

The competences of the communautés de communes (spatial planning, economic development, housing and living environment policy, roads, actions intended to welcome and promote tourism and to promote the establishment and development of tourist facilities ...) include the management of nautical resorts.
A yellow flag (photo, photo, photo), used to highlight the activities and equipments of the Côte d'Albâtre nautical resorts for touristic purposes, shows a compass rose, with the motto "Envie de mer, avis de beau temps" (a desire for the sea, a notice of fine weather), the words "Station nautique", the URL www.cote-albatre.com, and the list tof nautical spots in the Communauté de communes: Saint-Valery en Caux, Veules-les-Roses, Veuettes-sur-Mer, and Lac de Caniel (an artificial lake in the municipalities of Vittefleur, Clasville and Cany-Barville, formed from an an old ballast tank used, among other things, for the construction of the railway line between Le Havre and Dieppe).

Olivier Touzeau, 27 February 2021


Falaises du Talou

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Flag of Falaises du Talou - Image by Olivier Touzeau, 31 May 2020

The Communauté de communes Falaises du Talou succeeded in 2017 the Communautés de communes Monts et Vallées, originally established in 2002, incorporating another eight municipalities: Petit-Caux, six municipalities from the former Communauté de communes Yères et Plateaux (Saint-Martin-le-Gaillard, Canehan, Touffreville-sur-Eu, Cuverville-sur-Yères, Sept-Meules et Villy-sur-Yères), and Avesnes-en-Val, which left the Communauté de communes of Londinières.

The flag of Falaises du Talou (photo) is white with the authority's logo.

Olivier Touzeau, 31 May 2020


Villes Sœurs

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Flag of Villes Sœurs - Image by Olivier Touzeau, 26 June 2020

The Communaut&eaucte; de communes des Villes Sœurs (37,890 inhabitants in 2016; 21,480 ha) ix omposed of municipalities located in the departments of Seine-Maritime (15) and Somme (13).

In 1999, the Communauté de communes du Gros Jacques was created by the municipalities of Eu, Ponts-et-Marais, Le Tréport, Mers-les-Bains, Oust-Marest and Saint-Quentin-Lamotte. Another 12 municipalities, several of them in the department of Somme, joined in 2003: Allenay, Ault, Beauchamps, Bouvaincourt-sur-Bresle, Dargnies, Étalondes, Flocques, Friaucourt, Incheville, Longroy, Millebosc, and Woignarue; Buigny-lès-Gamaches and Embreville joined in 2005; Gamaches joined in 2009, when the authority was renamed to Communauté de communes de Bresle maritime.
In 2017, the authority, renamed to Communaut&eaucte; de communes des Villes Sœurs, was joined by seven municipalities from the former Communauté de communes d'Yères et Plateaux, in Seine-Maritime: Baromesnil, Criel-sur-Mer, Le Mesnil-Réaume, Melleville, Monchy-sur-Eu, Saint-Pierre-en-Val, and Saint-Rémy-Boscrocourt.

The flag of the Communaut&eaucte; de communes des Villes Sœurs (image, to be confirmed) is white with the authority's logo.

Olivier Touzeau, 26 June 2020


Former intermunicipal authorities

Communautés de communes de Bresle maritime

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Flag of Bresle maritime - Image by Olivier Touzeau, 26 June 2020

The flag (photo) of the Communauté de communes de Bresle maritime was white with the authority's logo.

Olivier Touzeau, 26 June 2020


Caux vallée de Seine

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Flag of Caux vallée de Seine - Image by Olivier Touzeau, 20 February 2021

The Communauté de communes Caux vallée de Seine was created on 1 January 2008 as the merger of the former Communauté de communes de Port-Jérôme, de Caudebec-en-Caux, and du Canton de Bolbec.
The flag of Caux vallée de Seine (photo) was white with the authority's logo.

Olivier Touzeau, 20 February 2021


Other intermunicipal authorities

Syndicat intercommunal à vocation multiple Le Trait-Yainville

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Flag of SITY - Image by Olivier Touzeau, 20 February 2021

SITY, established on 1 January 2010 by the two municipalities of Le Trait and Yainville, is responsible for town planning, equipment (sports equipments, cultural facilitie, collective services...), housing and environment, transportation, and urban cleanliness.
The flag of SITY (photo) is white with the authority's logo.

Olivier Touzeau, 20 February 2021


 
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