|Community association||Rennes metropolis|
|surface||8.76 km 2|
|Residents||4,463 (January 1, 2017)|
|Population density||509 inhabitants / km 2|
Town hall (Mairie) of Pont-Péan
Pont-Péan ( Breton : Pont-Pagan ) is a French municipality with 4463 inhabitants (as of January 1 2017) in the department of Ille-et-Vilaine in the region of Brittany . It belongs to the Arrondissement of Rennes and the Canton of Bruz . The inhabitants arecalled Pontpéannais .
Pont-Péan is about twelve kilometers south of Rennes on the Seiche . Pont-Péan is surrounded by the neighboring communities of Chartres-de-Bretagne in the north, Noyal-Châtillon-sur-Seiche in the northeast, Saint-Erblon in the east, Orgères in the southeast, Laillé in the southwest and Bruz in the west.
In 1986 the municipality was detached from the municipality of Saint-Erblon.
|Sources: Cassini and INSEE|
- Saint-Melanie Church (old chapel of the mine)
- Galena, lead and zinc mine at Pont-Péan, opened in 1730 after the lead had been discovered in 1628, closed in 1932, Monument historique since 1985
- Le Patrimoine des Communes d'Ille-et-Vilaine. Flohic Editions, Volume 1, Paris 2000, ISBN 2-84234-072-8 , pp. 249-251.