The village of Waltham is located at the mouth of the Ottawa River and the Black River, so named because of the very dark color of its water. The village of this vast municipality alternating between rocky landscapes and beautiful sandy beaches, is located along Highway 148 between Mansfield-et-Pontefract and Chichester.
Waltham’s vast territory is sparsely populated, the majority of the population living along or near the Ottawa River. The northern portion is a vast extended tract of undeveloped land dotted with lakes, such as Findlay, Landon, Gagnon, and Caughlin, which are popular for fishing.
|Director General:||Fernand Roy|
|Address:||69 Hôtel-de-ville, J0X 3H0|
|Hours:||Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Wednesday from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.|
|Land Area:||361 km2|
Sources: Superficies compilées par le MERN, mars 2019
Décret de population (1421-2018)