Administrative procedures and services
District Councils
District Councils

The neighborhood council is a precious relay between the administration, the elected officials and the population whose grievances are traced back. The neighborhood council is an apolitical consultative body of the community, it has no decision-making power. The President of the Territorial Council may seek his opinion on decisions affecting the district.
The neighborhood council is a place of exchange and reflection on the life of the neighborhood and the means implemented to improve the living environment of the inhabitants. It remains a force of proposal near the Community. District Councils are elected for a period of 5 years and must be renewed at each new term of office.

The district councils of Saint-Martin are four in number

The new boundaries are as follows:


Griselle - Oyster Pond - all sections of Orléans - Orient Bay - Belle Plaine -Flagstaff


Chevrise - Cul De Sac - all sections Grand Case - a portion of the Savannah and Morne O'Reilly - Mount Vernon.- St. Louis - Rambaud - Cripple Gate - Paradise Peak - Colombier - La Savanna -Friar's Bay.


Morne Valois - Approval - Hameau Du Pont - Galisbay - Port of Galisbay - the Dove - The Great Saint Martin to Fort Louis - Spring - Concordia - Mont des Accords - Marina Fort Saint-Louis to West Indies. Downtown Marigot -Saint James - Mount Fortune - Bellevue-Church Street (Orangerie Boutique, in front of the Bus Station) Rue de Hollande to the Tourist Office Sandy Ground-


From the Sandy Ground Tourist Board - all sections of Sandy Ground and Terres Basses included.