The City Council, the Mayor and the Elected Body

City councils are elected every six years by those citizens of the municipality who are on the electoral roll. In Quimper the council consists of 49 members: 38 members from the majority party, and 11 members from the minority party.

The MayorThe Mayor

Ludovic Jolivet, Mayor of Quimper

Ludovic Jolivet, head of the « Vive Quimper » campaign, was elected Mayor of Quimper on April 6th 2014.

Maire de Quimper (Mayor of Quimper)
Hôtel de ville et d'agglomération

44, place Saint-Corentin
29000 Quimper

Email: ludovic.jolivet@quimper.bzh - Telephone: 02 98 98 89 45 - Website: http://ludovicjolivet.fr/

Profession: Communications advisor.

He has 15 deputies.

  • Isabelle Le Bal: 1st Deputy, responsible for general administration.
  • André Guénégan: 2nd Deputy, responsible for human resources and external partner relationships.
  • Georges-Philippe Fontaine: 3rd Deputy, responsible for finance and financial strategy.
  • Guillaume Menguy: 4th Deputy, responsible for urban planning, quality of life, urban renewal and green spaces.
  • Danielle Garrec: 5th Deputy, responsible for health and social affairs.
  • Marie Le Gall: 6th Deputy, responsible for disability, mobility, accessibility and building safety (public buildings + the safety committee)
  • Allain Le Roux : 7th Deputy, responsible for culture.
  • Alain Guillou : 8th Deputy, responsible for sporting activities.
  • Ariane Faye : 9th Deputy, responsible for educational success and early childhood
  • Jean-Pierre Doucen: 10th Deputy, responsible for education and the Breton language.
  • Valérie Gacogne : 11th Deputy, responsible for the new governance of public policies.
  • Philippe Calvez : 12th Deputy, responsible for the coordination of the district town halls, local democracy, community life and the socio-cultural sector.
  • Valérie Lecerf-Livet : 13th Deputy, responsible for the district of Penhars.
  • Corine Nicolas : 14th Deputy, responsible for the district of Ergué-Armel.
  • Christian Le Bihan : 15th Deputy, responsible for the district of Kerfeunteun.
The other councillors from the majority party
  • Jean-Marc Quiniou
  • Valérie Postic
  • Dominique Scoarnec
  • Agnès Tardiveau
  • Yves Gentric
  • Nicolas Gonidec
  • Gwenaëlle Gouzien
  • Anne-Marie Stenou
  • Roland Angotti
  • Thomas Couturier
  • Marie-Christine Coustans
  • Didier Lennon
  • Karine Arz
  • Christian Rose
  • Fabienne Coïc
  • Marc Chauvin
  • Claire Levry-Gérard
  • Nathalie Angot
  • Valérie Laizé
  • Maëlig Le Nair
  • Caroline Amiot
  • Dominique Lambert
  • Oumar N'diaye
Councillors from the opposition party
  • Gilbert Gramoullé
  • Nolwenn Macouin
  • Brigitte Le Cam
  • Mélanie Thomin
  • Anne Gouerou
  • Karim Ghachem
  • Daniel Le Bigot
  • Laurence Vignon
  • Piero Rainero
  • Matthieu Stervinou

About the City Council

City councils are elected every six years by those citizens of the municipality who are on the electoral roll. In Quimper the council consists of 49 members: 38 members from the majority party, and 11 members from the minority party.

The Quimper City Council deliberates on issues concerning the communal management and property of the municipality: urban planning, highways, food safety and urban cleanliness, flood prevention, education and youth, infancy and childhood, culture, sport, green spaces, social policy and the prevention of juvenile delinquency...

It meets on average ten times per year. The sessions are public. The agenda items are set by the Mayor.

Documents are processed in several stages before deliberation by the Municipal Council:

  • preparation of texts by the city services
  • a review by the (non-systematic) municipal bureau composed of the Mayor and his deputies
  • a study by municipal commissions, composed of elected representatives designated by proportional representation

During the meeting councillors are called upon to discuss each question and vote in each case. The final decision or deliberation of the Municipal Council is adopted by an absolute majority of the votes cast

The deliberations are enforceable after display and distribution by the Prefecture.

Ville de Quimper (EN)
Contact us

Quimper town hall
44 place Saint-Corentin
BP 1759 - 29107 Quimper
Tél. +33 (0)2.98.98.89.89
contact@quimper.bzh

Opening hours

Reception opening hours
Weekdays : 08.30am – 6pm
Saturday morning : 9am – 12 midday

Registry office opening hours
Weekdays : 8.30am – 5pm
Saturday morning : 9am – 12 midday

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