Place:Greenfield Park, Chambly, Québec, Canada


NameGreenfield Park
Alt namesGreenfield-Parksource: Getty Vocabulary Program
Coordinates45.483°N 73.483°W
Located inChambly, Québec, Canada
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
source: Family History Library Catalog

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Greenfield Park is a former city in southwestern Quebec, Canada. It is currently a borough of the city of Longueuil. It covers an area of , with a population of 16,969 as of the 2011 Census of Canada. Greenfield Park is the only borough of Longueuil that has an officially bilingual status. It is primarily a post-war suburban area. Like the other two boroughs, most of the buildings in Greenfield Park are single-family homes. Nearly all of the land in Greenfield Park is built on, making it Longueuil's most densely populated borough.

Greenfield Park is divided into two sections. The older section of the borough is to the west of Taschereau Boulevard near Saint-Lambert, LeMoyne and Brossard, while the newer section is to the east, near the Laflèche neighbourhood. Most of the Greenfield Park's businesses are located along Taschereau Boulevard, the south shore's most important commercial artery. The Charles LeMoyne Hospital located on the Taschereau Boulevard, is the largest on the south shore.

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