Tremblay -en- France is a French town with 34 452 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2011 ) in the department of Seine- Saint- Denis, Ile- de -France region. The population is called Tremblaysiens.


Tremblay -en -France is 20 miles away from Paris. The municipal area covers 2244 hectares and is bounded by the Val-d'Oise department in the northwest and Seine- et- Marne in the east. 70 hectares of its territory is covered by forest. The city is passed from the Ourcq, a tributary of the Seine.


The Latin name was Tremuletum.

1793 received Tremblay -en -France as Le Tremblay in the wake of the French Revolution ( 1789-1799 ) the status of a municipality and 1801 as Tremblay rights to local self-government. 1887 Tremblay was renamed in Tremblay -les- Gonesse. Since 1989, the church is called Tremblay -en -France. This decision was made after a citizen survey. En-France means by no means, in France ', but refers to the area in which is situated the city. This area in the north of the Ile- de -France is called Pays de France or Plaine de France.

Least inhabitants Tremblay -en -France had in 1881 and 1891 (720), since the beginning of the 20th century, the population increases.


Tremblay -en -France is twinned with Marsciano in Italy and Loropeni in Burkina Faso.


There are two listed buildings in Tremblay -en -France, the Church of Saint- Médard and a tithe barn. The church is dedicated to Saint Medard and was built in the 15th century.


Tremblay -en -France Handball is the local handball club.


  • Jonathan Joseph -Augustin ( b. 1981 ), football player
  • Christophe Riblon ( b. 1981 ), cyclist