List of mayors of Toulouse

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Mayor of Toulouse City Council
Jean-Luc Moudenc - Moudenc's rallye, Toulouse town election, 2008 - 1344.jpg
Incumbent
Jean-Luc Moudenc

since 4 April 2014
ResidenceCapitole de Toulouse
SeatCapitole de Toulouse, Toulouse, France
Term length6 years
Formation1790
First holderJoseph de Rigaud
Final holderPierre Cohen
Websitehttp://www.toulouse.fr/municipalite/conseil-municipal/maire

List of mayors of Toulouse since 1790.

The municipal law of 14 December 1789 created a General Council of the municipality of Toulouse whose eighteen members were elected for two years by the citizens. The first mayor was Joseph de Rigaud, 70 years old at that time, and a professor at the Faculty of Law. He took office on 28 February 1790. Previously, it was the elected Capitouls who ran the city until their city council was suppressed.[1]

18th century[edit]

Municipality of Toulouse in 1790.
(Joseph de Rigaud, 1st mayor at top left)
Name Start of mandate End of mandate Ref
Joseph de Rigaud 28 February 1790 1 August 1792 [2]
Marc Derrey de Belbèze 23 October 1792 1793 [3]
Henri-Louis Ferrand 6 July 1793 13 October 1793 [4]
Jean-Jacques Groussac 14 October 1793 15 November 1794 [5]
Jean Cames 5 December 1794 1794 [6]
Pierre Roussillou 4 August 1795 1795 [7]
Souchon 9 November 1795 30 March 1797 [8]
Hyacinthe Pellet-Desbarreaux 31 March 1797 20 April 1798 [9]
Jacques Vaisse 20 April 1798 20 April 1799 [10]
Paul Vaisse 11 May 1799 8 May 1800 [11]

19th century[edit]

Count Joseph de Villèle, mayor de Toulouse from 1815 to 1818.
Guillaume-Isidore Baron de Montbel, mayor of Toulouse from 1826 to 1829.
Jean Cabanis, mayor of Toulouse between 1845 and 1846.
Name Start of mandate End of mandate Ref
Philippe-Isidore Picot de Lapeyrouse 25 April 1800 21 July 1806
Raymond Lanneluc 11 September 1800 23 December 1800
le baron Raymond de Bellegarde 1806 1811
Joseph de Malaret 1811 1814
Raymond Lanneluc 1813 1813
Raymond Lanneluc 12 April 1814 13 April 1814
Louis d'Escouloubre 1814 1814
Raymond Lanneluc April 1814 June 1814
Joseph de Malaret 1814 1815
Marie-Nicolas-Alexis Ferradou 5 June 1815 22 July 1815
Raymond Lanneluc 24 July 1815 25 July 1815
Joseph de Villèle 1815 1818
Jacques Demouis 1815 22 April 1816
Paul Thoron 1816 10 February 1817
Bruno Dubourg 1817 1818
Guillaume de Bellegarde 1818 1823
Joseph d'Hargenvilliers 1823 1826
Guillaume-Isidore Baron de Montbel 1826 1829
Jean Gounon 1828 1829
Athanase Rességuier 1829 1830
Joseph Viguerie 3 August 1830 10 July 1833 [12]
Joseph Arnoux 10 July 1833 3 August 1833 [13]
Théodore Rolland 3 August 1833 2 October 1835 [14]
Jacques Milhes 2 October 1835 10 May 1836 [15]
Joseph Arnoux 18 March 1836 31 January 1839 [16]
Armand Perpessac 31 January 1839 5 July 1841 [17]
Benoît Arzac 12 July 1841 24 July 1841 [18]
Le Baron Louis Lejeune 30 July 1841 6 December 1841 [19]
Pierre Bories 6 December 1841 24 May 1843 [20]
Noël Fornier 4 November 1842 24 May 1843 [21]
Noël Fornier 24 May 1843 13 August 1843 [22]
François Sans 3 September 1843 30 December 1843 [23]
Jean Cabanis 3 January 1845 15 January 1847 [24]
Jacques Milhes 15 January 1847 4 September 1847 [25]
Auguste Lignières 5 September 1847 25 February 1848 [26]
Nicolas Joly 25 February 1848 25 February 1848 [27]
Adolphe-Félix Gatien-Arnoult 1 March 1848 1 March 1848 [28]
Rey 12 April 1848 12 April 1848 [29]
Benoît Arzac 7 June 1848 7 June 1848 [30]
Pierre Roquelaine 16 June 1848 16 June 1848 [31]
Pierre Roquelaine 24 August 1848 21 January 1948 [32]
Théodore Rolland 24 January 1849 2 April 1949 [33]
Alexandre Fourtanier 2 April 1949 9 April 1949 [34]
François Sans 9 June 1849 24 June 1852 [35]
Jean-Louis Cailhassou 24 June 1852 1 September 1855 [36]
Antoine Policarpe 1 September 1855 29 July 1858 [37]
Le Marquis Jean de Patras de Campaigno 29 July 1858 26 August 1865 [38]
Jean Amilhau 26 August 1865 29 June 1867 [39]
Édouard Filhol 29 June 1867 5 September 1870 [40]
Adolphe-Félix Gatien-Arnoult 5 September 1870 6 October 1870 [41]
Gustave Cousin 6 October 1870 20 January 1871 [42]
Léonce Castelbou 20 January 1871 29 March 1871 [43]
Proust et Frugier 26 March 1871 26 March 1871 [44]
Edmond Valette 29 March 1871 16 April 1871 [45]
Jean Fabre 16 April 1871 9 May 1871 [46]
Henri Ebelot 9 May 1871 18 April 1874 [47]
Le Vicomte François Toussaint 10 February 1874 10 May 1876 [48]
Henri Ebelot 10 May 1876 22 September 1876 [49]
Le Vicomte François Toussaint 22 September 1877 22 December 1877 [50]
Henri Ebelot 22 December 1877 20 January 1881 [51]
Léonce Castelbou 20 January 1881 24 August 1881 [52]
Aimé Barthélemy 25 August 1881 30 December 1881 [53]
Isidore Féral 4 January 1882 28 February 1882 [54]
Théophile Huc 28 February 1882 20 April 1884 [55]
Bertrand Lavigne 21 April 1884 11 May 1884 [56]
Joseph Sirven 18 May 1884 19 May 1888 [57]
Camille Ournac 20 May 1888 12 October 1892 [58]
Honoré Serres 13 October 1892 22 September 1894 [59]
Aristide Labéda 22 September 1894 24 January 1895 [60]
Honoré Serres 24 January 1895 8 September 1896 [61]
Jules Coumoul 12 September 1896 16 November 1896 [62]
Honoré Serres 17 November 1896 29 September 1905 [63]

Since 1901[edit]

Etienne Billières (first on left) et Paul Feuga (second from the right), at the 1934 agricultural competition in Toulouse.
Name Start of mandate End of mandate
Dr. François Tranier September 1905 January 1906
Caussé 16 January 1906 February 1906
Albert Bedouce 22 February 1906 October 1906
Jean Rieux 5 October 1906 May 1908
Raymond Leygue 18 May 1908 May 1912
Jean Rieux 18 May 1912 December 1919
Paul Feuga 10 December 1919 May 1925
Etienne Billières 15 May 1925 February 1935
Jules Julien February 1935 May 1935
Antoine Ellen-Prévot 11 May 1935 August 1940
André Haon August 1940 9 June 1944
Albert Ginesty 9 June 1944 20 August 1944
No  Portrait Name Start of mandate End of mandate Political affiliation Notes
1 20.01.1962. Mendes France et Raymond Badiou. (1962) - 53Fi3371 (Raymond Badiou).jpg Raymond Badiou

(born 14 August 1905 in Bellerive-sur-Allier, died 27 June 1996 in Paris)

August

1944

September

1958
SFIO The liberation of Toulouse took place on 19 and 20 August 1944. A local liberation committee was immediately set up and played the role of a temporary municipality; it is headed by Raymond Badiou, who was elected mayor in 1945, then re-elected in 1947 and 1953. He led a cautious municipal policy, urbanizing Toulouse in a compact way to avoid the multiplication of networks, which led him to launch the first social housing programs in the immediate vicinity of the city.
Intérim de Georges Carrère from September until October 1958
2 28.11.1966. Louis Bazerque. (1966) - 53Fi3439 (cropped).jpg Louis Bazerque

(born 9 May 1912 in Toulouse, died 10 December 1992 in Toulouse)

October

1958
March

1971
SFIO In ten years the town redevelops all its roads networks (including transport) and there is built 40,000 homes, a large part in a collaboration between the town hall and developers. After the cities of Aste and Empalot and facing the project Colomiers led by his colleague General Council Eugene Montel, Louis Bazerque launched the controversial project of Grand Mirail under the architectural responsibility of Georges Candilis, one of the main disciples of Le Corbusier. Symbol of access of the middle classes to comfort housing (hot water and electricity), this district extended the urbanization to the southwest.
3 07.03.1974. P. Baudis et J. Chaban Delmas. (1974) - 53Fi3588 (P. Baudis).jpg Pierre Baudis

(born 11 May 1916 in Decazeville, died 5 January 1997 in Toulouse)

March

1971
March

1983
CD
4 DominiqueBaudisSeptembre2009.jpg Dominique Baudis

(born 14 April 1946 in Paris, died 10 April 2014 in Paris)

March

1983
23 January

2001
UDF
Intérim de Guy Hersant from 23 January until 22 March 2001
5 Philippe Douste-Blazy.jpg Philippe Douste-Blazy

(born 1 January 1953 à Lourdes)

22 March

2001
29 April

2004
UMP
Intérim de Françoise de Veyrinas from 30 April until 5 May 2004
6 Jean-Luc Moudenc - Airbus public demonstration in Toulouse 0368 2007-03-06.jpg Jean-Luc Moudenc

(born 19 July 1960 in Toulouse)

6 May

2004
16 March

2008
UMP In the social field, it is practically doubling the Large City Project for Districts in Trouble, with priority being given to school renovation and the construction of crèches and neighborhood facilities. Rue Alsace-Lorraine is pedestrianised and a larger area is made in the city centre for bicycles. It establishes the provision of self-service bicycles in all the districts of Toulouse: VélôToulouse

Culturally Moudenc inaugurated the renovation of the museum of natural history, the City of enlarged space, the House of Occitania. In 2007, he initiated the relocation of the Parc des Expositions and transformed the Ile du Ramier into an "island for recreation" and developed the banks of the Garonne for pedestrians and cyclists.

7 Manifestation Charlie Hebdo Toulouse, 10jan15-15.jpg Pierre Cohen

(born 20 March 1950 in Bizerte, Tunisia)

17 March

2008
3 April

2014
SP
8 Jean-Luc Moudenc, maire (LR) de Toulouse.jpg Jean-Luc Moudenc

(born 19 July 1960 in Toulouse)

3 April



2014
incumbent UMP puis LR

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Benedict, Philip (editor) (1992). Cities and Social Change in Early Modern France. Oxon: Routledge. pp. 212–3. ISBN 0-415-08161-0.CS1 maint: extra text: authors list (link)
  2. ^ "Joseph de Rigaud" (in French)..
  3. ^ "Marc Derrey" (in French)..
  4. ^ "Henri-Louis Ferrand" (in French)..
  5. ^ "Jean-Jacques Groussac" (in French)..
  6. ^ "J. Cames" (in French)..
  7. ^ "Pierre Roussillou" (in French)..
  8. ^ "Souchon" (in French)..
  9. ^ "Hyacinthe Pellet-Desbarreaux" (in French)..
  10. ^ "Jacques Vaisse" (in French)..
  11. ^ "Paul Vaisse" (in French)..
  12. ^ "Joseph Viguerie" (in French).
  13. ^ "Joseph Arnoux" (in French).
  14. ^ "Théodore Rolland" (in French).
  15. ^ "Jacques Milhes" (in French).
  16. ^ "Joseph Arnoux" (in French).
  17. ^ "Armand Perpessac" (in French).
  18. ^ "Benoît Arzac" (in French).
  19. ^ "Louis Lejeune" (in French).
  20. ^ "Pierre Bories" (in French).
  21. ^ "Noël Fornier" (in French).
  22. ^ "Noël Fornier" (in French).
  23. ^ "François Sans" (in French).
  24. ^ "Jean Cabanis" (in French).
  25. ^ "Jacques Milhes" (in French).
  26. ^ "Auguste Lignières" (in French).
  27. ^ "Nicolas Joly" (in French).
  28. ^ "Adolphe-Félix Gatien-Arnoult" (in French).
  29. ^ "Rey" (in French).
  30. ^ "Benoît Arzac" (in French).
  31. ^ "Pierre Roquelaine" (in French).
  32. ^ "Pierre Roquelaine" (in French).
  33. ^ "Théodore Rolland" (in French).
  34. ^ "Alexandre Fourtanier" (in French).
  35. ^ "François Sans" (in French).
  36. ^ "Jean-Louis Cailhassou" (in French).
  37. ^ "Antoine Policarpe" (in French).
  38. ^ "Jean de Patras de Campaigno" (in French).
  39. ^ "Jean Amilhau" (in French).
  40. ^ "Édouard Filhol" (in French).
  41. ^ "Adolphe-Félix Gatien-Arnoult" (in French).
  42. ^ "Gustave Cousin" (in French).
  43. ^ "Léonce Castelbou" (in French).
  44. ^ "Proust et Frugier" (in French).
  45. ^ "Edmond Valette" (in French).
  46. ^ "Jean Fabre" (in French).
  47. ^ "Henri Ebelot" (in French).
  48. ^ "François Toussaint" (in French).
  49. ^ "Henri Ebelot" (in French).
  50. ^ "François Toussaint" (in French).
  51. ^ "Henri Ebelot" (in French).
  52. ^ "Léonce Castelbou" (in French).
  53. ^ "Aimé Barthélemy" (in French).
  54. ^ "Isidore Féral" (in French).
  55. ^ "Théophile Huc" (in French).
  56. ^ "Bertrand Lavigne" (in French).
  57. ^ "Joseph Sirven" (in French).
  58. ^ "Camille Ournac" (in French).
  59. ^ "Honoré Serres" (in French).
  60. ^ "Aristide Labéda" (in French).
  61. ^ "Honoré Serres" (in French).
  62. ^ "Coumoul" (in French).
  63. ^ "Honoré Serres" (in French).

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