Communauté de communes de la Petite Creuse

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Communauté de communes
de la Petite Creuse
Country France
Region Blason région fr Limousin.svg Limousin
Department Blason 23 Creuse.png Creuse
No. of communes 9
Established 26 December 2002
Seat Genouillac
 • President Sylvie Martin
 • Total 2,156 km2 (832 sq mi)
Population (1999)
 • Total 3,732
 • Density 168/km2 (440/sq mi)

The communauté de communes de la Petite Creuse was created on December 26, 2002 and is located in the Creuse département of the Limousin region of central France. It was dissolved in 2013.


The communauté comprised the following 9 communes:

Policies and objectives[edit]

The Community of communes aims to involve and unite the local communes with a view to establishing joint development projects and the development of space. It aims to exercise its powers in the interest of the community in: Spatial planning, economic development, tourism, housing and the protection and enhancement of the environment as well as local roads, sport and culture.

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