Repentigny is located northeast of Montreal, on the banks of the St. Lawrence River and the L'Assomption River, to which it is connected by the bridges Le Gardeur and Charles-De Gaulle.
Very well located, the city of Repentigny can count on the presence of a road network of the easiest access for the displacements of its local population and its visitors, like the important road junctions 40 and 640, in connection with the big centers such as Montreal or Quebec provide Repentigny with a privileged geographic location.
Repentigny has been hosting the Oktoberfest Festival of Quebeckers since 2011. It also hosts during the summer the Relay for Life, My Festival, the National Day, the Rendez-vous Estival Le Gardeur and an exhibition of old cars. A new festival is appearing in June 2018, the FestiFleuve.
Repentigny is the host of the National Bank Junior International Tennis Tournament since 1985. For several years, Repentigny has also hosted the Public Practice of the Impact and the National Soccer.
The Gilles-Tremblay Sports Complex is one of the most important sports complexes in Quebec.
He was named in honor of the former Montreal Canadiens player.
The arenas of Repentigny and Le Gardeur welcome thousands of hockey players every year.