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Sustainable development plan 2035
Comprehensive Overview of Saint-Lambert
Saint-Lambert has nearly 22,000 inhabitants, making it the most densely populated city of the Longueuil agglomeration, with 2,880 residents per square kilometre. Averaging 47 years in age, the population is older than that of the Agglomeration as a whole. People aged 75 and older represent 15% of our population, and 40% of our households consist of one person.
While French is the mother tongue of 75% of Saint-Lambert residents, most say they are bilingual. The City has an immigrant population of about 15%.
Regarding housing, there are fewer single-family dwellings in Saint-Lambert than in the Longueuil agglomeration. Some 35% of Saint-Lambert’s housing stock consists of apartment buildings with fewer than five storeys, and 19%, of apartment buildings with more than five storeys. Three quarters of all the housing was built before 1980 and 8% is in need of major repairs.
Nineteen per cent (19%) of local residents have a total income of $100,000 or more, while 7% fall into the low-income category.
Lastly, Saint-Lambert is home to several educational institutions of all levels, as well as sports, recreational and cultural infrastructures and facilities. The City also has several advisory committees made up of residents, administrators and elected officers.
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