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|Administrative region :||Stuttgart|
|Height :||328 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||6.5 km 2|
|Residents:||4385 (December 31, 2018)|
|Population density :||675 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||73095|
|Area code :||07161|
|License plate :||GP|
|Community key :||08 1 17 003|
|LOCODE :||DE ALE|
|Address of the
|Mayor :||Jochen Bidlingmaier|
|Location of the municipality of Albershausen in the district of Göppingen|
Albershausen lies between the lower Filstal and the Swabian Alb on the Butzbach, a small left tributary of the Fils. The village center stretches along the federal highway 297 between Uhingen and Kirchheim unter Teck . The district town of Göppingen is about 7 km east-northeast as the crow flies.
Albershausen includes the village of Albershausen, the hamlet of Schafhof and the Öschlenshof farmstead, as well as the villages of Mittelschlichingen, Büheln, Haßlach, Negelli, Bettenweiler and Schenkenmühle that were either absorbed or lost in Albershausen .
Albershausen is bordered by the town of Ebersbach an der Fils in the northwest, the town of Uhingen in the east, the municipality of Hattenhofen in the south and the municipality of Schlierbach in the southwest, all also in the district of Göppingen .
Division of space
According to data from the State Statistical Office , as of 2014.
The community of Albershausen can look back on almost 750 years of history. The exact date of foundation is not known. The community is mentioned for the first time in a document from 1275. Neolithic finds suggest that as early as 3000 to 1800 before the birth of Christ people roamed the Albershausen markings and perhaps already settled there. Already around 1700 BC Alemannic grave goods were very likely discovered, but their meaning was not recognized. From these finds we know that around 700 and 800 AD on the mark, probably in the area of the town center, Alemanni settled.
Origin of the place name
The place name probably refers to a personal name of an Alber or Albheri. The Albershausen parish description from 1828 should therefore be right with its statement, probably taken from the oral tradition at the time, "according to a document without a year, the builder and owner of the first house in the current Albershausen was a certain Johannes Alber" with regard to the name Alber.
The place name was also associated with the field name "Vor Albers Holz" near Schlierbach. This piece of forest, located on the border with Albershausen, west of the Tannengarten, appears in a document in 1484 as Albernholz.
The Schenkenmühle, which belonged to the Filseck and which disappeared during the Thirty Years' War, was once located near Albershausen . It was on Albershausen's marking in the area of the sheep farm. However, through marriage it passed to the owner of the Filseck Castle. A castle is said to have once stood very close to it on the eastern edge of the forest above the Schafhof, of which ruins are said to have existed in 1844. Its location was probably near today's Vollmer nursery. Proof of this are the local field names “Buschel” and “Im Burgstall”.
The Öschleshof belonged to Albershausen since 1850 and the Schafhof, which had been assigned to Uhingen until then. On November 14, 1850, this farm was contractually assigned to Albershausen. At first the Schafhof was still a sub-municipality of Albershausen, since 1927 the independence of the sub-town ended and the Schafhof was united with Albershausen.
Source: Baden-Württemberg State Statistical Office for data from 1970
|Due date / year||Residents|
|May 17, 1939||1440|
|September 13, 1950||2006|
|May 27, 1970||3255|
|December 31, 1983||3591|
|May 25, 1987||3710|
|December 31, 1991||3999|
|December 31, 1995||4132|
|December 31, 2000||4436|
|December 31, 2005||4339|
|December 31, 2010||4309|
|December 31, 2015||4196|
The mayor is elected for an eight-year term. Jochen Bidlingmaier has been Mayor of Albershausen since April 21, 2010. In the election on February 7, 2010, he received 83.3% of the vote.
Previous officials are:
- 1948–1978: Heinrich Kötzle († 2016)
- 1978–1986: Wolfgang Grupp
- 1986–2010: Hermann Hering
- since 2010: Jochen Bidlingmaier
The municipal council in Albershausen has 14 members. The local elections on May 26, 2019 led to the following result.
The municipal council consists of the elected voluntary councilors and the mayor as chairman. The mayor is entitled to vote in the municipal council.
|Parties and constituencies||
|ULA||Civic voters' association||38.01||5||38.40||5|
|CDU||Christian Democratic Union of Germany||19.63||3||18.30||3|
|SPD||Social Democratic Party of Germany||-||-||7.50||1|
coat of arms
The blazon of the municipal coat of arms of Albershausen reads: In silver the green capital letter A, below it a green tulip lying to the left .
The coat of arms of the municipality of Albershausen is the only letter coat of arms in the district of Göppingen . The official seals of the mayor's office and the municipal council used in 1930 contain the capital letter A as a seal image without a shield, including a tulip with two leaves. It is not known when these symbols, from which the letter refers to the place name, were adopted (Wappenbuch des Landkreis Göppingen). However, the coat of arms appeared on landmarks and landmarks before 1930.
On February 3, 1959, the Ministry of the Interior gave the municipality the flag colors green and white.
Infrastructure and economy
Evangelical Johanneskirche : A church in Albershausen was first mentioned in 1275. The patronage came to Württemberg through the Wiesensteig Abbey. The Reformation was introduced in 1534. The parish belongs to the Protestant church district of Göppingen . The late Gothic St. John's Church was built around 1455 and renovated in 1701, 1800, 1869–87, 1953 and 1971. It has a ribbed vaulted choir, which housed an organ loft until 1971. The west tower was rebuilt after a fire in 1781. The artist couple Gisela Dreher-Richels and Gerhard Dreher from Weilheim were responsible for the artistic renovation concept and the ornamental choir glazing in 1971/1972 (made by Kunstglaserei Hack in Weilheim).
Albershausen is conveniently located in the district of Göppingen on the federal highway 297 between Stuttgart, Ulm and Kirchheim / Teck. The B 10 can be reached in three minutes, and the A 8 motorway can be reached in less than 15 minutes.
In Albershausen there is the Pusteblume kindergarten and the Löwenzahn kindergarten. Both are communal institutions. In addition to three (mixed-age) groups, there is also a crèche group in the Löwenzahn kindergarten.
The Albert Schweitzer School has 8 primary school classes.
Albershausen is the seat of the school association Westliche Voralb (formerly Werkrealschule, now community school) with a branch in Schlierbach. In addition to Albershausen and Schlierbach, members of the association are the communities of Aichelberg , Hattenhofen and Zell u. A.
In Albershausen there are over 800 employees subject to social security contributions. Well-known companies in Albershausen are:
- Georg Fischer GmbH (GF)
- A branch of MAHLE Motorkomponenten GmbH, Albershausen, founded in 1980
- Headquarters of Mainpol GmbH, producer of clothing parts
- Schneider GmbH, manufacturer of bakery products and special papers
- Butcher Wolf-Köstlin GmbH
- Würth Leasing GmbH & Co. KG, the leasing company of Adolf Würth GmbH & Co. KG
- Zinser GmbH, manufacturer of autogenous technology, hot air devices, automatic welding machines and cutting systems
- Reinhold Bötzel , born in 1975 in Kirchheim unter Teck, multiple German champion, multiple medalist and record holder at European championships, former world champion and world record holder in high jump as well as multiple participant in the Paralympics, most recently in 2016 in Rio.
- Janina Hiller is one of the most successful German sports acrobats . With their former partner Sophia Müller , the two won a total of 40 German championship titles and were represented in the top teams internationally. With Das Supertalent they became known to the general public.
- Roland Hirsch, former semi-professional soccer player, a. a. at HSV ; born 1966, grew up and still lives in Albershausen.
- Bernd Merkle , dialect author; born 1943 in Esslingen , grew up in Göppingen, lives in Albershausen. Bernd Merkle received the Sebastian Blau Prize in 2008.
- Jan Seidl lives in Albershausen. In 2013 he became German A-Jugend Greco champion , and in 2014 he won the German cadet champion. He is currently fighting in the association league with his team from SV Ebersbach.
- Dietmar Scheytt-Stövhase, born in Ensingen in 1959, married, 2 children, evangelical pastor in Albershausen since November 1st, 2007. Before that, he was pastor in Börtlingen / Birenbach for 15 years. In 2004 he founded the cabaret group Pfaffenpfeffer, which consists of pastors from the church district of Göppingen. He also appears as a solo artist.
A total of around 20 clubs are active in Albershausen. The TSGV Albershausen 1896 e. V. (gymnastics, sports and singing club) is the largest club in town and offers a wide range of sports with 16 departments from American football to table tennis. The Albershausen Crusaders made promotion in 2016 and the GFL2 made it to the second highest division in German American football, in which they compete for the first time in 2017.
- Albershausen community: 700 years Albershausen 1275–1975. Albershausen 1975.
- Erwin Haas: Albershausen through the ages. Albershausen 1989.
- Erwin Haas: Stories from Albershausen. Albershausen 1989.
- State Statistical Office Baden-Württemberg - Population by nationality and gender on December 31, 2018 (CSV file) ( help on this ).
- The state of Baden-Württemberg. Official description by district and municipality. Volume III: Stuttgart District, Middle Neckar Regional Association. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 1978, ISBN 3-17-004758-2 , pp. 344-345.
- State Statistical Office, area since 1988 according to actual use for Albershausen.
- Election information for the municipal data center
- Eberhard Gönner , Heinz Baruda: Wappenbuch des Landkreis Göppingen. , Published by the district of Göppingen and the Stuttgart archive department. Verlag W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 1966.
- Website of the Evangelical Church Community of Albershausen
- Festschrift: Johanneskirche Albershausen 1455-1972 ; ed. Ev. Albershausen parish 1972
- Festschrift: Johanneskirche Albershausen 1455-2005 , ed. Ev. Albershausen parish 2005
- Employees by age group - State Statistical Office Baden-Württemberg. In: statistik.baden-wuerttemberg.de. Retrieved September 29, 2016 .
- Göppingen district: Surprising, PERSONAL . Ed .: District of Göppingen. ISBN 978-3-931334-66-6 , pp. 193 .
- Mainpol GmbH - design, development, manufacture and sale of leather and lambskin fashion. Retrieved December 4, 2019 .
- About us. In: www.schneider-gmbh.com. Retrieved September 29, 2016 .
- Programming - www.myonlineapp.de, Design - www.contrast-ideen.de: Wolf - Köstlin. In: www.wolf-koestlin.de. Retrieved September 29, 2016 .
- Company website: About us - Würth Leasing. In: www.wuerth-leasing.de. Retrieved September 29, 2016 .
- Zinser.de. Retrieved December 4, 2019 .
- Südwest Presse Online-Dienst GmbH: Expectations not quite met | Südwest Presse Online . October 17, 2016 ( swp.de [accessed October 18, 2016]).
- The next stag packs it - local sport - Teckbote. Retrieved April 18, 2020 .
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- Bernd Merkle: Vita. In: www.bernd-merkle.de. Retrieved September 29, 2016 .
- Mario Schmidtke: Jan Seidl German A-Youth Champion Greco - Württembergischer Wrestling Association eV In: www.ringen-wrv.de. Retrieved September 29, 2016 .
- Dietmar Seidl: Jan Seidl defends German championship title - Württembergischer Ringer Verband eV In: www.ringen-wrv.de. Retrieved September 29, 2016 .
- About us. In: www.pfarrer-kabarett.de. Archived from the original on September 29, 2016 ; accessed on December 4, 2019 .
- program. In: www.pfarrer-kabarett.de. Archived from the original on September 29, 2016 ; accessed on December 4, 2019 .
- Internet presence of TSGV Albershausen , accessed on June 1, 2011.