|Community association||Vosges Côté Sud Ouest|
|surface||9.21 km 2|
|Residents||131 (January 1, 2017)|
|Population density||14 inhabitants / km 2|
Location of the commune of Châtillon-sur-Saône
in the Vosges department
Châtillon-sur-Saône is a French commune with 131 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2017) in the Vosges département in the Grand Est region (until 2015 Lorraine ); it belongs to the Arrondissement of Neufchâteau and the Canton of Darney .
The commune of Châtillon is located at the mouth of the Apance in the Saône in the extreme south-west of Lorraine. It borders the Champagne-Ardenne region in the southwest and the Franche-Comté region in the southeast . Neighboring municipalities of Châtillon-sur-Saône are Lironcourt in the north, Grignoncourt in the northeast, Jonvelle in the southeast, Enfonvelle in the southwest and Fresnes-sur-Apance in the west.
In Châtillon there was a fortress that Count Henry III. , Count von Bar , ceded to Philip IV , King of France , in 1301 when he was in captivity. Around 1634 the place was destroyed by Swedish soldiers. After the reconstruction, Châtillon became the seat of a royal bailiff . From 1790 to 1801 the place was even the seat of a canton administration .
- Jan Monchablon (1854–1904), painter