Commercials areas

Monseigneur-Langlois Boulevard – regional commercial hub
Main entrance and exit of the city. Retail and wholesale businesses, big-box and banner stores.
Average annual daily traffic: 33,000 vehicles.

Boulevard commercial Mgr-Langlois, Salaberry-de-Valleyfield

Hébert Boulevard
Shops, car dealerships. Extends to the municipal sector of Saint-Timothée, now merged in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield.
Average annual daily traffic: 12,800 vehicles.

Bellerive neighbourhood
Includes the main arteries leading into and out of the downtown core via Monseigneur-Langlois Boulevard. Here, you’ll find specialized boutiques, restaurants, and professional services.
Average annual daily traffic: 19,300 vehicles.

Saint-Charles River sector
This sector is located on the shores of Saint-François Bay and the Saint-Charles River, in the heart of downtown. It is a commercial hub with a shopping centre that houses banner stores such as Maxi, Jean Coutu, Subway, Le Château, etc. The district boasts the Hôtel Plaza Valleyfield, the largest hotel in the region, and its Municipal Convention Centre.

Hôtel Plaza Valleyfield

Centre commercial

Downtown historic district
Heart of the city, where you will find touristic and heritage attractions, independent shops, cafes and restaurants, crossed by the Old Canal, reopened to navigation since 2006. Unique atmosphere in the summertime, a gathering place and a festivity waterfront.
Annual average daily vehicular traffic: 18,000 vehicles.

Chemin Larocque
Main entrance to the city from the South-West of the Beauharnois-Salaberry’s MRC. Multi-purpose area, were you will  find restaurants, local shops, services for businesses and individuals.