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Coat of arms of the community of Allershausen
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Coordinates: 48 ° 26 '  N , 11 ° 36'  E

Basic data
State : Bavaria
Administrative region : Upper Bavaria
County : Freising
Management Community : Allershausen
Height : 442 m above sea level NHN
Area : 26.55 km 2
Residents: 5840 (Dec. 31, 2019)
Population density : 220 inhabitants per km 2
Postal code : 85391
Area code : 08166
License plate : FS
Community key : 09 1 78 113
Community structure: 14 parts of the community
Address of the
municipal administration:
Johannes-Boos-Platz 6
85391 Allershausen
Website :
First Mayor : Martin Vaas ( party-free voters )
Location of the community of Allershausen in the Freising district
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Allershausen is a rural municipality and a town in the Upper Bavarian district of Freising and the seat of the administrative association of the same name .



Allershausen is located on the northern edge of the Munich gravel plain at the confluence of the Glonn and the Amper . The A 9 motorway crosses the municipality to the west .

Neighboring communities

The following municipalities border the municipality of Allershausen (starting clockwise in the north): Paunzhausen (Lkrs. Freising), Schweitenkirchen (Lkrs. Pfaffenhofen / Ilm), Kirchdorf an der Amper (Lkrs. Freising), Kranzberg (Lkrs. Freising) and Hohenkammer ( Lkrs. Freising).

Structure of the community

There are the districts of Aiterbach, Allershausen and Tünzhausen.

There are 14 officially named parts of the municipality (the type of settlement is given in brackets ):


Until the 19th century

Catholic Parish Church of St. Joseph

Archaeological finds can be traced back to 2000 BC. And confirm that the community belongs to an ancient settlement area.

The Celts settled around 500 BC. The area and gave the two rivers Amper (Amba) and Glonn (Clana) their names.

The Romans occupied the area in 15 AD without resistance from the Noriker , the Celtic tribe who settled there at the time. 450 years later, the Germanic tribes invaded the area and forced the Romans to retreat. The tribe of the Bavarians shared the area with the remaining Celts. The many places in the district with -ing and -hausen in their names show that the settlements were founded before and during the Bavarian conquest .

The place was mentioned in writing for the first time in 814 in a document as "Adalhareshusum", a contraction of the personal name Adalhar with the final word hûs , which means "in the houses of Adalhar". Adalhar means something like noble warrior. Further mentions were made in 822 as "Adlahareshusir" and around 1140 as Adlhershusen . The current place name has been documented since 1466.

Since the place had been donated to the Premonstratensian monastery Neustift near Freising since 1190 , the municipal coat of arms contains the Neustift keys. In a difficult time at the end of the 18th century, Abbot Joseph von Neustift had the parish church rebuilt.

Memorial plaque for the builder of the parish church, Abbot Joseph von Neustift

It was consecrated on October 4, 1783 with the patronage of St. Joseph. In 1872 the tower was increased to 64 meters and the nave was extended ten meters to the west in 1892. The so-called “Dom des Ampertal” was thoroughly renovated in 1983 before the 200th anniversary celebration.

Allershausen belonged to the Munich Rent Office and the Kranzberg district court of the Electorate of Bavaria. By an edict of the Bavarian King of 1808 / 1818 mainly Protestant immigrants settled in the Bavarian Palatinate to. In 1835 they built a Protestant church in the Oberallershausen district and founded one of the first Protestant communities in Old Bavaria .


As part of the municipal reorganization of Bavaria on April 1, 1971, the municipality of Aiterbach was incorporated into Allershausen. On January 1, 1972, the districts of Göttschlag, Kreuth and Tünzhausen of the dissolved municipality of Tünzhausen and the municipality of Oberkienberg of the dissolved municipality of Schlipps were added.

Population development

Between 1988 and 2018 the community grew from 3,756 to 5,847 by 2,091 inhabitants or 55.7%.


Municipal council

City council election 2014
Gains and losses
compared to 2008
 % p
+1.1  % p
+1.8  % p
-2.9  % p

The local elections in 2002, 2008 and 2014 led to the following allocation of seats in the local council . Since May 2014, three parties and groups have belonged to the municipal council :

Party / group of voters 2002 2008 2014
CSU 6th 6th 7th
SPD 2 1 2
Free voters 6th 9 11
Independent voter community 2 - -
total 16 16 20th

The percentage was voted as follows:

Party / group of voters 2002 2008 2014
CSU 36.8 34.1 35.2
SPD 11.8 10.5 12.3
Non-party voters 39.7 55.4 52.5
Independent voter community 11.7 - -
total 100 100 100


The first mayor is Martin Vaas.

coat of arms

Allershausen coat of arms

Official description of the coat of arms

Blazon : A double-bearded, silver key in red over a golden rope following the lower edge of the shield.

Coat of arms history

The golden rope is a reminder of a legal historical peculiarity from the early history of the community. Allershausen is mentioned in a document from the year 827 in connection with a transfer of goods to Freising Cathedral, which was symbolically carried out by handing over a bell rope. The silver double-bearded key in the red field corresponds to the coat of arms of the Neustift Premonstratensian Abbey in Freising; the double key indicates the monastery patrons Peter and Paul. Allershausen had been in close contact with this monastery since the 12th century, which was the most important landlord in the municipality until the secularization in 1803.

Culture and sport


The Glonnanlage completed in 2017 as the new center of the village

regional customs

  • Leonhardiritt after Leonhardsbuch
  • Volksfest Allershausen (every year on the last weekend in July); a joint event of the TSV and the shooting club Diana Allershausen eV
  • Dance in May of the Catholic Boys' Association Allershausen


The squash club SRC Allershausen played in the 2nd Bundesliga for several years.

The shooting club Diana Allershausen eV has about 200 members. TSV Allershausen has the largest department with its football department, plus sports such as tennis, dancing and alpine skiing.

Economy and Infrastructure

Economy including agriculture and forestry

The proximity of the A 9 motorway favors the settlement of businesses and restaurants. In 1998 there were nine employees in the field of agriculture and forestry, 430 in the manufacturing sector and 648 in the trade and transport sector. In other economic sectors, 238 people were employed at the place of work subject to social security contributions. There were a total of 1761 employees at the place of residence subject to social security contributions. There were four companies in the manufacturing industry (as well as mining and quarrying of stones and earth) and five in the construction industry. In addition, there were 84 farms in 1999 with an agricultural area of ​​1969 hectares. Of this, 1598 were arable land and 367 were permanent green areas.


The A 9 motorway (Munich-Nuremberg-Berlin) has the Allershausen junction here. The St 2084 leads to Freising . There is a public transport connection with the MVV bus routes 616 and 619 to Freising and Hohenkammer. The line 695 connects with Allershausen Eching and the underground station Garching-Hochbrück the Munich subway .


The following institutions exist (as of 1999):

  • Kindergartens: 150 kindergarten places with 162 children
  • Elementary schools: one with 32 teachers and 589 students


Honorary citizen

The parish council can give honorary citizenship to people who have made a special contribution to the parish. This appointment is not associated with any privileges. A posthumous award is not possible.

So far, at least four people have been made honorary citizens of Allershausen. However, not all of the minutes of the municipal council meetings have been preserved.

Sons and daughters of the church

Personalities who worked on site

  • Johann Martin Manl (1766–1835), Bishop of Speyer and Eichstätt, was pastor of Allershausen in 1810/11.

Web links

Commons : Allershausen  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. "Data 2" sheet, Statistical Report A1200C 202041 Population of the municipalities, districts and administrative districts 1st quarter 2020 (population based on the 2011 census) ( help ).
  2. ^ Community Allershausen: Employee of the community administration Allershausen. Martin Vaas, 1st Mayor. Retrieved May 10, 2020 .
  3. ^ Community Allershausen in the local database of the Bavarian State Library Online . Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, accessed on September 12, 2019.
  4. ^ Wilhelm Volkert (ed.): Handbook of Bavarian offices, communities and courts 1799–1980 . CH Beck, Munich 1983, ISBN 3-406-09669-7 , p. 464 .
  5. ^ House of Bavarian History - Bavaria's municipalities. Retrieved May 4, 2017 .