Presentation of the municipality :
La Rouaudière is a small French village, located in the department of Mayenne and the Pays de la Loire region.
Located in the south of Mayenne, in the triangular Laval, Angers, Rennes, this little village is known for being on the road to St Jacques de Compostelle.
In 1136, La Rouaudière was a priory-cure dependent on the abbey of La Roë and mentioned in the cartulary of the abbey of Roë under the name of "Sancta Maria de Roalderia".
Its inhabitants are called the ROALDERIEN and the ROALDERIENNE.
The town covers 19 km² and has 332 inhabitants since the last population census dating from 2004. With a density of 17.5 inhabitants per km², La Rouaudière has suffered a decrease of 0.3% of its population compared to to 1999.
Surrounded by the towns of Senonnes, Saint-Aignan-sur-Roë and Saint-Erblon, La Rouaudière is located 4 km southwest of Saint-Aignan-sur-Roë the largest town nearby.
Located at an altitude of 100 meters, the village of La Rouaudière has its geographical coordinates Latitude: 47 ° 49 '48' 'North, Longitude: 1 ° 10' 60 '' West.
The mayor of La Rouaudière is called Mr. Thierry JULIOT (mandate 2020-2026).
The commune of Rouaudière is part of the Community of communes of the Pays de Craon.