Bryson is a small riverfront village located one hour west of Gatineau/Ottawa along Highway 148.
In 1856, Bryson was known as “small port of Havelock” and served as a trading post for the exchange of goods between the upper Outaouais and lower townships. Bryson was the administrative centre of the county until 1914 when a major fire destroyed much of the village.
Less than 4 square kilometres, Bryson is a pretty residential area 20 minutes from Renfrew in Ontario. The village has a beautiful sandy beach, a boat launch, many parks, including the popular Lyons’ Club park, a proud and active community and many local services (restaurants, convenience stores, gas station, tourist accommodations, building centre, beauty salons, etc.)
View the assessment roll and the graphic matrix of the municipality
|Director General:||Tracey Hérault|
|Address:||833, rue Principale, J0X 1H0|
|Hours:||9 a.m. – 12 p.m.and 1p.m. to 3 p.m.(Monday to Thursday)|
|Land area:||3.68 km2|
Sources: Superficies compilées par le MERN, mars 2019
Décret de population (1421-2018)