|region||Pays de la Loire|
|Canton||Savigné-l'Évêque (main town)|
|Community association||Gesnois Biluria|
|surface||28.48 km 2|
|Residents||3,998 (January 1, 2017)|
|Population density||140 inhabitants / km 2|
Town hall of Savigné-l'Évêque
Savigné-l'Évêque is a commune with 3998 inhabitants (as of January 1 2017) in the department of Sarthe in the region Pays de la Loire . Savigné-l'Évêque is part of the Arrondissement of Le Mans and the canton of Savigné-l'Évêque . The inhabitants call themselves "Savignéens".
Savigné-l'Évêque is about ten kilometers northeast of Le Mans . Here the Morte Parence and the Vive Parence flow together. Savigné-l'Évêque is surrounded by the neighboring communities of Courcebœufs in the north, Mayet in the northeast, Saint-Corneille in the east, Beaufay and Sillé-le-Philippe in the southeast, Yvré-l'Évêque in the south, Sargé-lès-le-Mans in the Southwest, Neuville-sur-Sarthe in the west and Joué-l'Abbé in the northwest.
The hamlet of Villa (rem) Saviniacum was on the Roman road from Le Mans to Évreux . In the fourth century, the bishop (French: l'Éveque ) of Le Mans, St. Julianus of Le Mans , proselytized the area here. For 1254 the designation Savigneio Episcopi and 1314 Savigni l'Evesque is proven.
- Saint-Germain church, largely built in the 12th century
- town hall
- Circuit from Mesnil, horse racing track in the south and south-east of the municipality
- Alphonse Lavallée (1791–1873), entrepreneur and founder of the École centrale Paris
- Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (* 1985), tennis player, grew up in Savigné-l'Évêque
- Insee - Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques | Insee. Retrieved September 17, 2019 .