Located in the northwestern Jura Chevigny is close to three other departments: Côte-d'Or, Haute-Saône and Doubs.
The municipal area is hilly with min-max altitudes of 192 m and 295 m. The forests bordering the territory (timber terminal, the Fayette and Channel). In the latter throne Oak Channel, labeled "Remarkable Trees of France". The Massif de la Serre (Natura 2000) partially occupies the municipality.
We practice the cereal crop on more than half of the territory. Livestock (cow milk or meat) has declined significantly in recent years.
Two rivers run through the village: the reach of Mill Creek and the terminal.
The cooperative cheese factory installed in the village not only the famous "County" controlled but also Morbier Mont d'Or and name. There are also milk derivatives such as butter, yogurt, cottage cheese ...