Press Releases

2017-01-09 Town planning
Sweeping the Grand-Case road

The community of Saint-Martin informs the public that it will carry out a mechanical sweep of the Grand Case road, from Boulevard Bertin MAURICE to the cemetery, on 12 January 2017, from 8h to 11h.
Local residents, shopkeepers and restaurateurs are requested not to park in the area concerned at the times indicated on that day in order to allow the sweeper to pass.
The community of Saint-Martin apologizes in advance for the inconvenience.



Inglese version:

The collectivity of St Martin, in the Grand Case, from the Boulevard Bertin MAURITIUS to the cemetery, on Thursday January 12, 2017, from 8 to 11 am
Residents, merchants and restaurants owners are not allowed to park their vehicles in these areas during the passage of the sweeper.
The collectivity of St Martin apologizes for this inconvenience and thanks for your understanding.

2017-01-09 Town planning
Temporary closure of Sandy Ground and Galisbay car parks for license tests

As part of the organization of the trailer, non-circulation, motorcycle and truck driver's license events, the Saint Martin Community brings to the public's attention the temporary closure of the parking lots at Sandy Ground and Galisbay , On the following dates:
-Wednesday 25 January 2017 from 07h00 to 12h00 on the entire car park adjacent to the Alberic RICHARDS Stadium in Sandy Ground.

- Thursday 26 January 2017 from 07h00 to 13h30 on the reserved area of ​​the Galisbay parking lot.

These exceptional closures are governed by Territorial Decree No. 1287-2017, dated 04 January 2017 (displayed in community). As such, traffic and parking will be prohibited in these spaces at the dates and times mentioned above.
Please make your arrangements, the vehicles parked on the two car parks after 7 hours can be verbalized and removed by the territorial pound at the expense of the owner.

The Community of Saint-Martin thanks you for your understanding.

2016-12-30 Media library
Media Center: Grace Period

The Médiathèque Territoriale informs its readers that a period of grace is granted for books borrowed whose date of return is exceeded.

From 02 January to 04 February 2017 all late books can be returned without penalty for late payment.

After this period, the penalties will apply again as stipulated in the internal rules.

The Médiathèque Territoriale thanks you for your understanding and wishes you a very good 2017 year.


2016-12-27 Culture
Peace Concert

Peace Concert will be held on Sunday 1er January 2017, from 18h to 23h, on the Marigot Waterfront.

This concert is organized in partnership by the COM of Saint-Martin and SXM Best.

The New Year fireworks will be fired at 21h from Marigot Bay.

The community of Saint-Martin invites the population to come to celebrate New Year's Day on the Marigot Waterfront.



Happy Holidays to all!

2016-12-22 Tourist Attractions and Heritage
Built heritage

The Community Territorial Archives Branch presents the first results of the field survey

Ᾱ On the initiative of the Collectivité de Saint-Martin, the scientific inventory of the built heritage of the territory, started since the beginning of the 2016 year, is nearing completion.
For several months, the Directorate of Territorial Archives and Heritage, supported in its realization by Michèle Robin-Clerc, urban architect, and Elisabeth Dandel, art historian, specialist in cultural inventory, alternated observations on the Field research and research in various archives in order to produce a census of the remarkable elements of the built heritage Saint-Martin.

From a historical perspective, this inventory aims at a better knowledge of the buildings and town planning of Saint-Martin. This reference and comparative basis allows us to undertake more in-depth studies on certain aspects, to better understand and understand the originality or permanence of architectural characteristics at different times to guide both public and private initiatives in preserving and Restoration of Saint-Martin's heritage.

Thanks to the assistance of the neighborhood councils, all the sectors of Saint-Martin were studied with the enthusiastic and passionate participation of the people met. In total, after this first phase of the study, the database of the listed buildings, to date, includes 536 buildings (wells, houses, churches, etc.), more 2800 illustrations and several hundred pages of architectural descriptions, Plans and historical information. The construction dates of the buildings observed range from the eighteenth century to the twentieth century. These data will be integrated into the Saint-Martin Geographic Information System (GIS) and some will feed into the French national architectural heritage database of the Ministry of Culture and Communication ("Mérimée").

In order to share the first results, the Territorial Archives and Heritage Department proposed a public presentation on 14 on December 2016, which was highly appreciated by the audience.

2016-12-22 Land Use Planning
Operational water and sanitation systems in the city center

The St. Lawrence Water and Sanitation Building reopened the Rue de la Liberté, Rue du Palais de Justice and Rue Kennedy in Marigot on Saturday 03 december evening, after four months of work on the network d Water and sanitation.
This work allowed new pipelines to be installed in this downtown area where the networks were very dilapidated. Two drinking water pipelines and a wastewater pipeline have been replaced. Improving the quality of the water and sanitation network is a necessity for the territories in terms of public hygiene and service to the population; Saint-Martin is part of this dynamic and is catching up with its structural backwardness.
Aware of the impact on economic activity, the Water and Sanitation Authority has made every effort to respect its initial schedule and once again thanks the merchants and the local residents of the Marigot center for their patience and their patience. comprehension.

2016-12-19 Various urban planning
The Territorial Youth Council mobilizes for children in hospitals

Ᾱ As Christmas approaches, the Conseil Territorial des Jeunes (CTJ) in Saint-Martin has decided to mobilize itself by organizing a large collection of toys for children in hospitals entitled "Noël pour tous". The public is invited to contribute to restoring a smile to the children during this particular period. Baby toys up to 10 years will make the children happy.
Through this charitable activity, the CTJ wishes to give beautiful moments to children hospitalized at a time of the year synonymous with sharing, exchanges and love for all and especially for children.
To help them, simply drop off your unpackaged toys at the 16 Community Hotel reception at 22 December 2016, from 09h to 14h.
The Territorial Youth Council thanks you in advance for your contribution.

2016-12-19 Civil status
Requirement for an authorization to leave the territory for minors as of 15 January 2016.

2016-12-15 Associative life
Presentation of the "Project SXM" event of 21 December 2016

Alumni Association of Saint-Martin: Jemi Van Dijk, Maria Yousfi and Cécile de Caunes


2016-12-13 Home, Information and Referral
COM-CGSS partnership: new services for the population in the Orléans neighborhood MSF

The Community of Saint-Martin - Pôle Solidarité & Familles - and the General Social Security Fund of Guadeloupe - Agency of Saint-Martin - inform the population of Quartier 1 that since the beginning of December 2016, To the social protection are offered at the House of Solidarity and Families (MSF) of Quartier d'Orléans, located at No. 11 Street Coralita.

The following services are now offered to the inhabitants of this sector:

- Obtaining forms, certificates;
- Requests for renewal of Vitale card following loss or theft;
-Address change ;
-Prepare appointments with a Sickness Insurance or Retirement Insurance technician;
-Deposit of files.

The permanence is open from Monday to Friday, from 8 hours to 12 hours. For more information, please contact the MSF in the Orleans neighborhood at the 0590 87 37 21 or the Community Solidarity & Families Pole at the 0590 29 13 10.

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