Settling in Granby means taking advantage of an exceptional quality of life: all of the services nearby, large green spaces as well as a safe and healthy environment for your family. Moreover, by offering a low municipal tax rate, Granby makes it that much easier to own a home. 

Sports and leisure

There are a great many activities available to you and the infrastructure includes 3 skating rinks, 1 indoor pool, 16 outdoor soccer fields and even an indoor one! In addition to being peppered with parks and walking trails, the city has a network of bike paths accessible to everyone and the longest inline skating trail in the Eastern Townships.

Art and culture

From its performance halls to the International Song Festival to its art galleries, Granby’s cultural and community lifestyle won’t disappoint. Additionally, three walking routes let you discover the heritage and history of the city and the lively downtown area hosts many festivals and events throughout the year.


Granby is a family-friendly city that facilitates home ownership thanks to a low municipal tax rate, among other things. All of the infrastructure as well as the health and education services in place will provide you with an exceptional quality of life; from early childhood clinics to seniors’ housing to educational establishments from grade school through to CÉGEP.


Points of interests

  • Granby Zoo
  • Yamaska National Park
  • Les Cèdres Golf Club
  • Autodrome Granby
  • Musée canadien de l’Arme et du Bronze
  • Centre d'Interprétation de la Nature du Lac Boivin
Superficy 156.68 km2
Number of inhabitants 63433 inhabitants
Density (inhabitants/km2) 415 inhab./km2
Average age years
The largest age group Less than 14 years: 15%
15 to 24 years: 12%
25 to 44 years: 23%
45 to 64 years: 31%
More than 65 years: 18%
% of households 1-person: 34%
2-person: 37%
3-person: 13%
4-person: 13%
5-person or more: 2%
Spoken languages French: 96%
English: 2%
Others: 2%


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Average price
Single houses Condominiums
2016 190000 $ 165613 $