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Croissy for English speaking citizens

Croissy-sur-Seine maintains the feeling of a small unspoilt town which still has many family run businesses based along a high street which retains a lovely community atmosphere.

Enjoy the charm of a stroll along the Seine while experiencing the historical neighborhood named "Le Pays des Impressionnistes".

Croissy is also known as the home to the British School of Paris which is located in a large green campus catering for English-speaking children of over 50 nationalities (about 70% of them British) from ages 3-18.

Following the Prime Minister’s speech regarding our national de-confinement strategy, the Croissy Town Hall team have worked on the impact of these national decisions on our local organisation. Nothing can be improvised, everything has to be prepared in advance. The state has identified a serious role for the municipalities. We will assume our responsibilities and we endeavour to do everything to make de-confinement as simple and as safe as possible for the “Croissillons”.

The end of lock down simply tells us that the reanimation services in the hospitals are able to welcome new patients and the priority for our country is to be able to revive its economic activity. It is necessary to reopen schools, kindergartens and after-school centres to reduce social and territorial inequalities. We also know how crucial childcare is for our economic activity. It is necessary to be able to access social life again, to see others again and to learn to live with the presence of Covid-19.

We must therefore remain vigilant and in solidarity with one another. We must keep a collective spirit and force ourselves to live with the strict application of distancing gestures (social distancing).


Priority information

1. When will the town hall distribute masks for all ages?

The town ordered 12,000 masks for all ages. This order was placed as soon as the health standards for manufacturing masks were validated by the government. We ordered them for adults and for children under 15.

Faced with the restrictions set by the government for the distribution of all mask orders by communities, companies and authorised resellers, our entire order couldn’t be delivered at the same time.

“Croissillons” were asked to fill out a form to indicate the number of people in their household to be able to distribute the necessary number of masks. The town, according to procedures which are adjusted day by day depending on the delivery of orders, provides each inhabitant with a mask, washable up to 50 times.

We will also distribute masks purchased by the Agglomeration Community, the Yvelines department and the Île-de-France Region. Once again, orders are delivered every day, we will keep getting back to you for distribution methods.

2. Is the travel certificate still compulsory?

The Prime Minister announced Tuesday April 28th during his presentation of the de-confinement plan, that it is possible to circulate without certification from the 11th of May. All trips must be made within a maximum radius of 100 km from home. "Travel more than 100 km from home will only be possible for an urgency, family or professional reason". For these, a certificate will be required.

If you are an employee and if your professional activity requires traveling by public transport between 6.30 a.m. and 9.30 a.m. and between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. on weekdays, your employer must complete the certificate of travel.

3. Has waste collection started again as usual?

  • Reopening of the waste deposit (déchetterie) from the 11th of May 11 for the towns of Carrières-sur-Seine, Chatou and Croissy-sur-Seine

  • Resumption of bulky waste collection from the 2nd of May

  • Resumption of plant waste collection from the 12th of May

  • Resumption of glass collection from the 20th of April

  • Resumption of toxic waste collection from the 16th of May

4. Reopening of the Croissy market on Sunday the 17th of May

  • We reopened the market with less stands at the beginning. This was done to guarantee all health security requirements and to gradually support the resumption of pre-crisis activity.

  • The stands are arranged in such a way as to ensure smooth circulation of the public.

  • Likewise, “Croissillons” are also asked to respect the distancing gestures. Wearing a mask is highly recommended on the market.

  • We test and evaluate the market continuously. Evaluation of our progress will aid our recovery



4. Are your children able to go back to school?

The school directors contacted all the families to evaluate the number of priority children and the number of families volunteering for the reopening. The teachers confirmed directly the families.

The day of 11th of May was devoted to the organization by the teaching staff and the directors. The reopening of state schools started gradually from Tuesday the 12th of May. The usual timetables are kept in all 4 state schools. Morning and evening welcoming hours are maintained for children attending school. They will be welcomed only on the days they are to be present at school.

Given the presence of our catering and maintenance teams to fully ensure the sanitary measures implemented during school and extracurricular times, catering is not currently planned. Therefore, families are asked to provide a cold meal in a bag/tupperware with a cold freezer-block, cutlery and a water bottle which will be taken in the classes. The animators and the assistants are of course present for the supervision of the children. Meals will be billed at the “PAI” rate (billing for the staff only and reservations required).

The gradual reopening of the colleges in France is planned from the 18th of May. We are waiting for the government confirmation of our department colour to be able to open our college.

5. Are children of mobilised priority people welcomed in school?

Yes, children of mobilised people are welcomed as a priority, in nursery, school and in leisure centres on Wednesdays.

6. Are our local police officers assisting the main municipal school points to secure the arrival of the children?


7. How are Wednesday leisure centres organised in the local state schools?

Receptions are provided in the 4 leisure centers of the town at the same hours as usual, from 8:00 to 18:30. Children are welcomed on a half-day basis, with or without meals. CM2 students are welcomed at school reception and not at “Espace Jeunes”. Registration is compulsory via the citizen portal. The number of children admitted is limited to 12 children per room in elementary and 8 in kindergarten. It depends as well on the number of supervisors and room available (class rooms are not used).

Our catering and maintenance teams are present to fully ensure the sanitary measures in place. Canteens have not been planned so far. Families will therefore provide a cold meal in a bag/tupperware with a cold freezer-block, cutlery and water bottle which will be taken in the classes.

The billing for reception is as usual subject to the family quota. The meal will also be billed at the “PAI” rate. Reservations required and subject to reception capacities.

8. How is the reopening of nurseries organised?

The directors contacted the families to evaluate the number of priority children and the number of volunteering families. The reception of your child (ren) was the subject of an individual communication between you and the director or the Early Childhood service.

The number of children accommodated in the two nurseries is limited to 10 children per room and according to the number of professional staff present. There is no flexibility on the number of supervision or on the diplomas of the agents.

9. What hygiene measures are in place to accommodate the children?

During the confinement period, all schools and recreation centres were maintained, cleaned and disinfected by municipal staff. Before the reopening of the schools, the town disinfected all public facilities. The social distancing rule has to be respected (at least one meter) in all structures except nurseries. However, it is necessary to underline the difficulties that this represents with children, more particularly in kindergarten classes. Break times are also adapted to this organisation. The sanitary system, set up for everyone's safety, increases the waiting time at the entrance. Thank you for showing patience and understanding. Parents are asked to take their child's temperature every day before going to school or any childcare facility. In case of temperature (+ 37.8 °) or symptoms, your child should not go to the site and the parents will have to seek advice from doctors. The use of masks is made compulsory for adults. The Ministry of National Education therefore made available masks knows as “general public” to teachers, in direct contact with pupils. The town did the same for all municipal staff. For elementary children, wearing a mask is not compulsory, but children can be fitted with it by their parents if they wish (from 10 years old). The town provides masks one per child from week 21. For children in kindergarten, wearing a mask is prohibited. In kindergarten and elementary school, each child has to wash their hands in an organized way before entering. During the day, students are obliged to wash their hands before and after each new activity, at least once every two hours. The same precautionary principles are adopted for all adults entering the structures (teachers, animators, service personnel, assistants, technical personnel, etc.).

10. How are the structures cleaned and maintained during the day while the children are present?

Service personnel disinfect regularly, throughout the building; stair rails, door handles, switches etc... In rooms; tables, chairs, shelves, mice, keyboards, computers, playful or educational objects. The toilets are cleaned several times a day with special vigilance. After each recreation, the supply of equipment and products necessary for hygiene will remain a priority. In the structures, in order to be able to perform all maintenance tasks and meet the expectations of disinfection and cleaning of the establishment, the catering staff will be released from catering time. Within the rules of physical distance, respect of a minimum distance of one meter between each person. This will avoid direct contact and respiratory and / or droplet contamination. This must be respected in all contexts and all spaces (the arrival area and surroundings of the school, recreation area, corridors, covered playground). Manual exchanges of balloons, toys, pencils etc are avoided or accompanied by disinfection procedures after each use. All school staff are trained in barrier measures, social distancing rules and the wearing of masks for themselves and for the children in their care if necessary. This training will always be adapted to the age of the children for whom they are responsible.

11. How will a suspect case be managed in the reception structures?

In case of doubt about a child's symptoms, a temperature measurement is immediately carried out by a professional supervisor. If symptoms are suggestive, the child will be isolated. Parents of the child are notified and required to pick him/her up. The child will not be accepted again at school or any childcare facility without the presentation of a medical authorisation. The following measures can also be adopted; Diagnosis of all students in the same group of the same level if necessary. - Closure of the group / class / section of the same level if necessary with quarantine of the concerned students for 14 days.

12. What is the role of parents on a daily basis?

Parents have to ensure that strict hand hygiene is carried out on departure and return home.

In addition to monitoring the appearance of symptoms in their child, parents are asked to take their child's temperature daily before leaving for a childcare facility. In case of temperature (+ 37.8 °) or suggestive symptoms, the child should not go to the site and the parents will have to seek advice from a GP.

Parents are asked to verify in the morning that each child has all their own school materials and meal if they plan to eat at school. Parents have a key role in respecting children's barrier gestures (explanation, provision of disposable tissues, mask if necessary, etc.).

The return to the community being on a voluntary basis, we invite each parent to trust and show respect towards our teams for the success of this experience which must be conducted with serenity and security.

Parents will not be allowed to enter schools, even in kindergarten. It is best if only one parent accompanies the child to school. The reception of children will be organized so that there is no group of parents at the entrance to the school. Volunteer parents could be present in front of the schools to help manage flows and enforce barrier gestures.

13. I don't know when my child should go to school

The school contacted the families from Thursday the 7th of May and gave all the details on the reopening. The takeover is managed directly by the director and the teachers. Organisational differences may be proposed between nurseries and elementary schools

14. How do I know which group my child is in?

The establishments communicate the information to parents through the usual channels: SMS, electronic mail, display, telephone.

15. Why only bring half the classes?

The government wanted a gradual and reassuring return, allowing the needs of students to be taken into account and allaying their legitimate concerns after the confinement period. The reduced staff will thus allow personalised support. They will also facilitate the learning of "barrier" gestures (hand washing, absence of physical contact) and their implementation.

16. What should you do if your child is sick?

Please keep him at home and to consult his GP.

17. Can the Covid-19 test be organized in the establishment or nursery for my child and for the staff?

No, tests are not carried out in the establishments. The Covid-19 tests are carried out, under conditions, by health care professionals in specialised places.

18. I would like my child to wear a mask. Will supervisors accept?

The wearing of the mask is authorized for elementary students (from 10 years old) who have to put it on during recess and when leaving school. It is prohibited in kindergarten.

19. Will health recommendations be communicated to children?

In accordance with their objectives, the supervisors will play an educational role in the learning of "barrier" gestures by the students, which are also very useful in their lives outside the community.

20. Are the exits maintained?

No going out can be scheduled until the end of the school year even if the government authorises school transportation to accompany children to schools. Discovery classes and stays, both inside and outside the territory, are also suspended until further government instructions.

21. Will school holidays be maintained?

For the summer holidays, the objective is, at this stage, to maintain the calendar as planned. In addition, tutoring modules for students who need them will be implemented at the end of August. The government's decision will be known on the 2nd of June.

22. What should I do to protect my child?

You can regularly remind her/him of the barrier gestures and provide reassuring explanations about the current situation. It is also important to ensure the balance of the daily rhythm between sleep and awake time but also between intellectual activity and physical activity.

23. How will my child continue to learn if he cannot go back to school?

Educational continuity will be maintained and regular contact between the student and their teacher will be organised.

24. Who should I contact if I have a question about the school?

The school director and the teacher provide you the information relating to your child's educational follow-up.

25. Who should I contact if I have a question about extracurricular activities and school meals?

The Early Childhood Education and Childhood and Youth Department have been mobilised since the beginning of the crisis to provide you all the information relating to the organization and methods of extracurricular activities: familleatcroissy [dot] com.


Daily life and leisure time

26. Are the parks, gardens and the banks of the Seine now open to the public/pedestrians from Monday 11th of May?

The Government keeps parks and gardens closed. Their access will remain prohibited as long as our department of Yvelines is classified as red department.

The banks of the Seine are open again from Monday the 11th of May 11.

27. How many kilometers can we travel?

A maximum of 100 km around our home. Beyond this, only trips for imperative reasons will be authorised. It has to be proven, otherwise a fine will be applicable.

28. Are cafes, restaurants and cinemas open?

They remain closed until the 11th of June. The government will make a decision on the 2nd of June. Those who have already authorisation can offer take-out. You have all the information available on our website.

29. Are shopping centers open?

Opening decisions are taken on a case-by-case basis by the Prefect. To date, we are not aware of any authorisation given. However, shopping centers with food and non-food businesses are able to receive the public from Monday the 11th May, if only their surface is less than 40,000 square meters.

30. Will it be possible to finally go to the cemetery?

The cemeteries were closed by government decision on 17th March. However, not all Prefects have issued a closure order which created confusion. In Croissy, we follow the Prime Minister's directives. The cemetery is open from the 12th of May from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. in order to provide access. Meetings of more than 10 people are prohibited.

31. Is it be possible to get married?

Weddings are postponed except for emergencies. The town will assess on a case-by-case basis, but the celebration of marriage is subject to the approval of the Public Prosecutor. In all cases, the number of people present in the wedding hall may not exceed 10 people (the happy couple and civil registrar included).

32. Will it be possible to hold burial ceremonies?

This is already possible and was possible since the 17th May, provided that no more than 20 were present during the ceremonies (Undertaking staff included).

33. Is it possible to do sport again?

Social distancing between people is an essential condition for the practice of any physical activity.

These activities can be done:

  • Without limitation of duration of practice

  • Without certificate

  • Within less than 100 km from home

  • By limiting gatherings to a maximum of 10 people

  • Only outdoor activities

  • Without using any common changing rooms which can be made available for outdoor activities

The social distancing requirements as follows:

  • A distance of 10 meters minimum between two people for cycling and jogging activities

  • A sufficient physical distance of around 4m² for outdoor activities such as tennis, yoga, fitness for example

  • Additional specifications depending on the activities are provided by the Ministry of Sports

Sports activities which do not allow this distance (collective sports, combat sport) will not be able to restart immediately. The Ministry of Sports offers an exhaustive list of disciplines and sports affected by this provisional ban in a practical guide which is currently being drawn up. A new milestone will be made by the 2nd of June to resume how to start again indoor sports and disciplines that require contacts.

Naturally, the reopening of sports sites must first be the subject of a discussion with all the actors concerned, in particularly the town hall and the associations. Sanitary measures will be imposed on all users of municipal sports equipment.

34. Will it be possible to start again a cultural activity or creative leisure?

Depending on the associations and the availability of the instructors, the reopening of municipal sites is being studied from the 11th of May. A detailed protocol ensuring the town of taking into account health measures will be imposed on all (barrier gestures, social distancing, masks, gloves, hydro alcoholic gels). Based on the opinion of the High Council for Public Health of the 24th of April, the Government has chosen to retain "universal" criteria of maximum occupancy of spaces open to the public. These criteria are based on the estimate of the number of square meters per person (m² / person), necessary to allow people present simultaneously in the same space to evolve in compliance with the rules of physical distance. It has been set at a minimum of 4m² per person, which should guarantee a minimum distance of 1 meter around a person (in all directions). The city will also take into account circulation spaces and the size of the rooms (furniture and equipment).

35. Will it be possible to reorganise cultural events, festivals or city celebrations or to go out to visit a museum?

Any event hosting more than 5 000 people is still prohibited. The theaters remain closed. A government decision is expected on the 2nd of June. The major national museums remain closed. A government decision is expected on the 2nd of June. The city's municipal museum (Brick History) may be subject to open when Chanorier Park is open to the public. It is necessary to contact the reception of associative museums directly to find out how to reopen.

36. Is the library open to the public?

To ensure the continuity of the service, it is possible from the 18th of May to resrve books or CDs via the catalog (online or by email or phone). Then you have to come to collect your reservations according to a timetable that will be given for you by the library staff. "Drive to the library" is organised.

Reserve the books you want to read, request a selection on a theme of your choice or let yourself be surprised by novels, comics or other books.

How does it work?

1 - I click and book online: 3 options to choose your documents

- Library site: www.boucledesmediatheques.fr

- Mail to: bibliothequeatcroissy [dot] com

- Telephone at:

2 – How do I receive an appointment? You will be contacted by the librarians to convene an appointment for the collection of your documents.

3 – How do I collect my books in the library hall? You’ll have to present your library card on the 1st floor of the new building in front of the library entrance. The documents will have been previously registered on your card. Your book bag will be ready and all sanitary measures respected. Do not forget to bring back the documents that you borrowed before confinement and to put in a bag(s).

The documents you are going to borrow are completely decontaminated. As the library has been closed for several weeks. All returned documents will be quarantined for 10 days and disinfected before returning to the department.

37. Are shops and the market open from Monday the 11th of May?

The shops of Croissy reopened from the 11th of May. They all had acquired equipment to allow barrier gestures. Masks were distributed by the town only for businesses open during the containment period.

The markets have the right to open from the 11th of May.

The Mayor and head of the Prefecture maintain the possibility to close them in case of non-respect of the health protocols.

38. Has the town hall reopened to the public from Monday the 11th of May?

The public reception is organised by appointment only in a dedicated space where sanitary measures can be applied to protect agents and the public (equipped with plexiglass protection, mask, visor, hand sanitiser, gloves and water nearby). The organisation of traffic flows and reception areas has been adapted to health requirements. Only appointments that cannot be managed remotely are accepted. The appointment calendar is managed in a “single window” by the reception

The phone center remains operational.

  • Home civil, social, education / childhood / youth, early childhood, accounting, technical services, communication and General Management: Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m

  • Town planning: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

All service agents are present either physically or work remotely.

The administration and the management of municipal affairs have continued throughout the confinement.

The Municipal Police are open.

39. Are other administrative institutions open?

We are not aware of the resumption of activities in every town. The municipalities issuing passports and identity cards probably reopened and work by appointment. We invite you to check the details on their respective websites.



Library drive: how to use

To respect the barrier gestures as part of a progressive containment, a ready-to-go "drive" service has been offered by the library from Monday the 18th of May.

For who?

All members of the library.

Do not worry if your subscription has expired, it is automatically renewed.

What can I borrow?

You can request from a selection of documents of your choice: novels, comics, documentaries, DVDs…

You can be surprised by a "surprise" bag, children love it!

You can make a list of specific titles.


▪ Call us every morning from 10 a.m. on

▪ Send your selection by email to: bibliothequeatcroissy [dot] com by listing the titles you desire.

▪ Make your choice from our online catalog: www.boucledesmediatheques.fr

Our selection has been extended and now books off the shelf can also be borrowed.

Attention, some books you wish to reserve may be already on loan to somebody else. The waiting list can be long considering the extension of loans and quarantine.

Please only reserve books from the Croissy library.
According to the rules, you can borrow 12 documents per card even if you still have the documents borrowed before confinement.

How do I pick up my order?

The library is closed. You will not be able to collect your documents without appointments. Upon receiving your reservation request, we will contact you to give you an appointment on these time slots:

Monday, Tuesday: 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Wednesday, Friday in continuous day: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

For everyone's safety and health, please be punctual. Only one person per family can come. We advise you to wear a mask. Follow the secure route that will guide you to the 1st floor of the new building. You can collect your bag in front of the library entrance. You will not enter the library. The documents will have been previously saved on your library card. Please bring your card with you. All reserved documents not withdrawn on the date will be put back in the circulation the next day.

How to submit your returns

Return documents must be brought in bags and must be placed on the tables provided for this purpose. Follow the displayed instructions (in French).

They will remain on your reader account until we isolate them for around 10 days. After this period, they will be removed from your account, cleaned and put back into circulation. The returns box is condemned until further notice.



From 11th of May, shops reopened except bars, cafes and restaurants which remain closed until the 11th of June.

The government's reopening decision will be made on 2nd of June.

The market is open again on Friday 22nd and Sunday 24th May. Wearing a mask is compulsory for traders and customers.

See below, the list of market traders who offer delivery as well as restaurants who offer take away.

  • List of restaurants who propose take away:

Les enfants de Coeur: take away meals or delivery. https://bit.ly/3ajahPT

La Nonna: deliver pizzas by UberEats or take away: https://www.facebook.com/lanonnacroissy/

  • List of shops who propose delivery:


  • List of the market merchands who propose delivery:

  • Yolande BOS, eggs and cheese:giyolandeatgmail [dot] com  - 07 89 46 73 36

  • Nicolas MARTIN, Fish 06 35 35 98 38 / guilmaratlive [dot] fr

  • Jimmy SCHERRER, fruit and veg: 07 62 28 10 67

  • Fredj AJILI, Fruit and veg: 06 62 50 09 24

  • Cheese « L’héritage du goût »  Valérie et Manon,06 58 43 34 77

  • Vartane DEMERDJIAN, Olives and libanese meals: 06 48 07 47 52

  • Isabelle BRETIN, cheese: 06 27 26 81 92

  • Marc GAUTIER, bio fruit and veg: 06 31 85 53 88

  • Chloé RIVIERE, fish, 06 16 70 33 83

  • Khaled BOULILA, fruit and veg 06 20 80 31 66

  • Magnolia BUISSON, Meals from Madagascar 06 85 34 35 58

  • Annabelle CARVALHO, Mushroom, 06 19 98 29 42

  • Hocine MEBTOUL, fruit and veg 07 71 14 36 40

  • Joann HANS, baker 07 86 25 40 90

  • Cedric CHAPISEAU, poultry : 06 70 48 99 94.

  • Laurent Blondeau – Beekeper (honey, propolis, royal jelly and pollen), Tel : 0787093254, Email : laurentblondeauathotmail [dot] com,

  • Stephane Launay - Flour 07 64 44 52 48



A walk-in clinic opened on Thursday 2nd April in Houilles – By appointment only

This clinic dedicated to Covid-19 opened on Thursday 2nd April at the Ostermeyer gymnasium. It is only accessible with referral from your GP or the SAMU.
This center, organised on the initiative of doctors and nurses from Houilles and Carrières-sur-Seine, with the support of their mayors, has been validated by the Regional Health Agency (ARS), the order of doctors and the CPAM.
The purpose of the center is to guide patients with Codic-19 symptoms in order to avoid clogging up of doctors’ waiting rooms, emergency facilities and to avoid the spread of the virus to patients with other pathologies or to caregivers.

The following conditions are mandatory to be admitted to the Covid-19 clinic:

  • You must have been referred to the center by a GP or the SAMU
  • You must go alone, or you can accompany your child or a vulnerable person. Be there at the precise, scheduled time of the pre-arranged appointment. Wherever possible please arrive by a car.
  • Ensure you are carrying your completed journey certificate, after having chosen the box “consultations and care which cannot be provided remotely and cannot be deferred”, with your ID, your prescriptions in case of treatment and your social security number (free consultation).

No test will be carried out on site.
Please note that visits won’t be accepted without prior appointments.
Covid-19 single information number: 01 88 24 67 18.

What is coronavirus Covid-19?

Coronaviruses (CoV) are a large family of viruses. COVID-19 is a new strain of coronavirus that causes illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases.
It is zoonotic, meaning that it was transmitted from animal to human. It is now sure that the disease can be transmitted from human to human.
Common signs of infection include respiratory symptoms, fever, coughing, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties.

How to protect yourself from the virus?

The virus does not spread on its own. People who have the virus are the ones who spread it. Therefore, the following measures can help you protect yourself (and others) from the virus:

  • Wash your hands very often;
  • Cover your mouth and nose with your sleeve or with a tissue when you cough or sneeze;
  • Use single-use tissues, and then throw them away;
  • Do not shake hands or greet people with kisses on the cheek;
  • Avoid gatherings, reduce travel and contacts.

What should you do if you are feeling ill?

If, while you are in France, you have signs of a respiratory infection (a fever or feverish feeling, a cough), stay at home and call a doctor. If the symptoms get worse, dial 15 or call or send a text to 114 if you have a speech or hearing impairment.

Should you wear a mask?

The French government has requisitioned all stocks and productions of masks in France. They are now exclusively reserved for medical use.
Surgical masks are not recommended unless you are sick. Masks are not the right solution for the general public because they cannot be worn at all times and are not necessary unless you are in direct and prolonged contact with a sick person.

A toll-free hotline service (French only) can answer your questions about the Coronavirus COVID-19 non-stop, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week: 0 800 130 000. The toll-free hotline service cannot give medical advice. If you have signs of a respiratory infection within 14 days of your return from an area where the coronavirus is spreading, dial 15, or send a text to 114 if you have a speech or hearing impairment.

Source: Sante.fr


Find below, the full list of essential shops open in Croissy during the confinement period. Some also offer delivery, depending on the demand and only on specific days. Do not hesitate to contact them before going, to find out all the details.

Open shops:

Pharmacie Mornas (chemist): Monday to Saturday: 9:00-13:00, 14:30-19:00 
Pharmacie du centre (chemist): Monday to Saturday: 9:00-13:00, 14:30-19:00
Medical Analysis Center: Monday to Friday 7:00-15:00. Closed to those people coughing without a mask.

Carrefour Market: Monday to Saturday 9:00-19:00. Limited to 100 people at a time. Dedicated hours for vulnerable people between 14:00-15:00.
Picard: Monday to Saturday 9:00-13:00, 14:00-18:30. Sunday 9:00-12:45 
Le Petit Casino: Monday to Saturday 8:00-12:30, 15:00-18:30. Sunday 8:00-12:30. Individual articles are limited to 1 per basket.
Boulangerie des Ponts (baker): Friday to Tuesday 7:00-20:00  
Boulangerie Aouchiche (baker): Wednesday to Sunday 7:00-13:30, 15:30-20:00  
Damien fromagerie (cheese shop): Wednesday to Saturday 10:00-12:30, 15:30-19:30. Sunday 9:30-13:00. Free delivery during weekdays (min. 35€). Wine and chocolate is also available at the fromagerie. 
Autour de la nature (bio shop): Tuesday to Saturday 9:30-13:00, 16:00-19:30. Sunday 10:00-13:00. 
Les jardins de Croissy (fruit & veg shop): Tuesday to Sunday 8:00 à 20:00. Parcel collection point (Point Relais) closed. Orders can be placed from Monday through to Wednesday morning until midday by SMS: 0603855844. Please indicate your name, telephone number and address. Delivery Friday and Sunday morning until midday.
Boucherie d’aujourd’hui (butcher): Tuesday to Sunday 8:30-12:45, Tuesday to Saturday 15:30-18:30. Delivery service every day from 13:00 except Saturday and Sunday. Fresh this week: yoghurt, milk, butter, crème fraîche and selected cheeses.
Boucherie Patte d’Oie (butcher): Tuesday to Saturday 8:00-13:00 and 15:30-19:00. Sunday 9:00-13:00. 
Boucherie Meline (butcher): Tuesday to Sunday 9:00-13:00. Home delivery on Wednesday and Friday afternoon (order the day before).
Aux fins gastronomes: Tuesday to Saturday 9:00-13:00 and 15:30-19:00. Sunday 8:30-13:00. 
L'Italiano: Tuesday to Saturday 9:00-13:30 and 16:00-19:30. Sunday 9:00-13:00. 
Presse-Tabac Civette: Tuesday to Saturday 7:00-12 :30 and 14:00-18:30. Sunday and Monday 7:00-13:00.
Press-book: Monday to Sunday 7:00-13:00
LCL: Tuesday to Saturday 9:30-12:30  
Crédit Agricole: Tuesday to Saturday 9:00-13:00  
Banque Populaire: 8:45-12:30
Dry cleaner: 9:00-12:30  / 14:00-17:00
Vet: important consultations by appointment only   

Those who propose delivery:

Fredj AJILI, Fruit & veg: 06 62 50 09 24
Khaled BOULILA, Fruit & veg, delivery on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday on 06 20 80 31 66
Isabelle BRETIN, Cheese shop : 06 27 26 81 92
Cedric CHAPISEAU, Poultry : 06 70 48 99 94
Vartane DEMERDJIAN, Olives and prepared Lebanese dishes: 06 48 07 47 52
Valérie GAILLARD, Cheese shop : 06 58 43 34 77
Marc GAUTIER, Bio fruit & veg: 06 31 85 53 88
Joann HANS, Baker: 07 86 25 40 90
Hocine MEBTOUL, Fruit & veg: 07 71 14 36 40
Chloé RIVIERE, Fish shop, 06 16 70 33 83
Nicolas MARTIN, Fish shop. Order taking on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, delivery on Fridays 06 35 35 98 38 / guilmaratlive [dot] fr
Jimmy SCHERRER, Fruit & veg: 07 62 28 10 67
Magnolia BUISSON, Prepared dishes from Madagascar: 06 85 34 35 58
Annabelle CARVALHO, Mushrooms: 06 19 98 29 42

Volunteering with the Civic Reserve (Réserve Civique)

Whether you are volunteer at heart or a beginner, it is possible to register on the Civic Reserve’s platform. This digital tool, open to everyone, allows you to register for volunteer missions (see below) or to accompany people from distance. These associations are usually dedicated to help people over 70 who are now confined as priority. The associations therefore need your help via the platform, to offer essential support.


The four vital areas proposed:

  • Food and emergency aid: distribution of basic necessities and meals
  • Exceptional childcare: for people essential workers or in a Child Welfare
  • Link with fragile and/or isolated people: maintain the contact by phone, online, email… with elderly, disabled or sick people
  • Local solidarity: basic necessities shopping for your vulnerable neighbours


How to participate?

  • If you are an association or a public structure, submit your requests online so that volunteers can register afterwards.
  • If you wish to become a volunteer with the Civic reserve, register on their digital platform 


What are the rules to follow?


To protect the health and safety of volunteers and also those in need, it is important to respect the following rules:

  • Always keep a safety distance (at least one meter between people)
  • Apply barrier gestures to protect yourself and others
  • Explain the safety gestures and instructions to those around you and to other volunteers
  • Don’t take a risk if you have a doubt of being infected
  • Engage only in non-physical support if you are over 70, and/or you suffer from a chronic illness

Ø You can find all the tasks and information on the Civic Reserve webpage: la Réserve Civique


What type of donations can I make?

  • Public Assistance Hospitals of Paris AP-HP (L’Assistance Publique – Hôpitaux de Paris AP-HP) have created an emergency fund to support research and hospital staff. You can make a donation via their website
  • The French Red Cross is appealing for commitment and solidarity in order to allow their actions to continue and to deploy new ones during the pandemic. You can therefore send your donations via the Red Cross website 
  • Blood donations continue during the Covid-19 crisis. The French Blood Establishment is in constant search of new donors. Make an appointment on the EFS website or find the collection points near you 
  •  The Helloasso website lists all the associations that need donations. So do not hesitate to check their website, you will find a complete list to support vulnerable people, social collections or even caregivers.
  • The Hôpitaux de Paris-Hôpitaux de France Association (Pièces Jaunes) is mobilised during the epidemic: you can send your « donations » by sms to 92 111 and 5€ will be debited automatically from your telephone bill


Croissy rules and regulations

Stationnement - Parking 

Town Centre Parking Zones  are free but limited
Parking disc is mandatory
The restricted areas are marked by panels regulation 
On boulevard Hostachy 30minutes
Others marked streets 60minutes
2 parkings Lelcerc and Canotiers (on bd Hostachy) are free and 2h00 limited.

Parking Fines for non-compliance and payment :

  • 17 euros for failure to use a disc or overstaying the maximum duration
  • 35 euros for parking on pavements, pedestrian walkways, bus stops or any other inconsiderate parking
  • 135 euros for illegally parking in a space reserved for disabled drivers

If you do get a parking ticket, you take it to the Tabac in blvd Hostachy and purchase a parking fine stamp for the amount indicated on the ticket. You stick this to the parking ticket, put a postage stamp on it and pop it into the post box across the road at the Post Office.

Grafitti (TAG)

A specialised firm cleans the town's walls once a month. If you need their assistance then complete a request form and bring it to the Police desk Park Leclerc. There is no charge.

Croissy’s Recycling Guidelines

Our recycling program is important to our town as it is essential in order to preserve the environment.

Please read and follow the instructions on this recycling guide :

For all questions about the collection schedules: 01 30 09 75 36 (green number) 

For all questions about glass, household waste, newspaper/plastic waste or bio-degradable waste: 0 825 800 789 (0,15€ ttc/min)

Being a Good Neighbour

  • Use of Motorised Garden Equipment Allowed Mon-Fri 8h30-12h & 14h30-19h30; Sat 9h-12h & 15h-19h; Sun & Public holidays 10h-12h. Everything stops for Sunday lunch!
  • Brulage - Garden bonfires are only allowed :
    Winter (1st Oct to 31st March) from 13h–17h
    Summer (1st April to 30th Sept) from dawn until 11h, except Sundays and public holidays. 
  • Elagage - Tree cutting It is your responsibility, whether a tenant or owner, to ensure that any trees, plants etc. on your property are not blocking the highway, pavement, electric cables, telephone cables or traffic signal cables or causing difficulties for neighbouring property. It is also your responsibility to clear the pavements bordering your property from leaves, snow etc. and to put down salt on any ice.
  • Nettoyage de vehicules - Car washing It is not permitted to wash cars on the public highway, though the regulations say nothing about using your driveway. If you don’t have a driveway, you can use the car wash/jet wash at the Total petrol station, rue des Ponts, Croissy. 

Voting rights

Voting rights of EU nationals 

As of Friday 31 January 2020, the United Kingdom is no longer part of the European Union. The rights of British citizens residing and wishing to vote in France have been impacted by this event.



Croissy international association : Croissy sans frontières

This group organises cultural exchanges between the families of the British School and the French Croissillons through activities such as the “Walk and Talk” and the “St. Nicolas” event. Furthermore, Croissy is twinned with  Altenglan (DE) and has a partnership with Geneva, Illinois in the (USA). See contact

Local public transportation