Bruckberg (Lower Bavaria)
|coat of arms||Germany map|
|Administrative region :||Lower Bavaria|
|Height :||427 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||51.12 km 2|
|Residents:||5564 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||109 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||84079|
|Area code :||08765|
|License plate :||LA , MAY , MAL , ROL , VIB|
|Community key :||09 2 74 194|
|Community structure:||43 districts|
|Address of the
|First Mayor :||Rudolf Radlmeier (Free Voters)|
|Location of the municipality of Bruckberg in the Landshut district|
There are 43 officially named parts of the municipality:
The entire municipality is predominantly structured in a rural way. Hops are grown in the north-western part , otherwise grain and fodder production predominate.
Until the 19th century
The finds from the prehistoric settlement of Bruckberg go back to the Neolithic Age (approx. 4000 to 2000 BC). Several barrows near the train station tell of the subsequent Copper and Bronze Ages (2000 to 1200 BC) and the Hallstatt / Iron Age (800 to 500 BC). The traces of a Viereckschanze on the elevation east of Almosenbachhorn (around 400 BC) date from the Celtic period . Finds from Roman times (around 150 AD) and excavations of Roman foundation walls prove the existence of a Roman road .
In 880, the future Emperor Arnulf of Carinthia made a donation to Count Sighart von Ebersberg in Bruckberg, the Villa Berga. In the 11th century, a relative of the Counts of Moosburg-Roning-Rottenburg built Bruckberg Castle . It served to protect an Isar crossing mentioned in 1377.
Around 1130 Friedrich von Bruckberg is mentioned in the entourage of the Wittelsbachers and Counts of Moosburg. The Bruckbergers lived in Bruckberg until 1343 and carried a coat of arms with a helmet and vulture's wing in white-blue color.
After the time of the Bruckbergs, the castle often changed hands. During the time of Henry the Lion , court days were repeatedly held here. The chairman shaft Bruckberg shelter in ducal kurbayerischer during the reign Isareck in district court Moosburg . In the Thirty Years War , Bruckberg was almost completely destroyed by the Swedes.
In 1770 a large part of the castle burned down. It was restored shortly afterwards. In the War of Spanish Succession (1701-1714) and the War of Austrian Succession (1741-1748) and in the Napoleonic Wars in the early 19th century Bruckberg suffered from billeting and looting. In 1808 the Bruckberg tax district was created , from which the Bruckberg community emerged. The barons von Schacky had been the castle owners since 1826. Now the castle with all the land is owned by the Barons von Korff-Grimm.
On January 1, 1972, the previously independent municipality of Bruckbergerau was incorporated.
Today's much larger community Bruckberg was created on May 1, 1978 through the incorporation of the previously independent communities Attenhausen , Gündlkofen (with Tondorf , which was incorporated on July 1, 1972 ) and Widdersdorf .
According to the Bavarian State Office for Statistics , the population figures developed as follows on December 31 of each year:
From 1972, the year of the municipal reform, to 2015, the population increased by 2058 people. This corresponds to a growth of 62.78 percent.
In the period from 1988 to 2018, the population increased from 3,909 to 5,547 by 1,638 inhabitants or 41.9%.
|Age||Residents by age|
|Younger than 18||18.0%|
|18 to 29||13.7%|
|30 to 49||30.5%|
|50 to 64||22.3%|
Eight months after the end of the Second World War , the first local elections (municipal council elections) took place in the districts of Bavaria on January 27, 1946. In April and May 1946 the first elections for mayors, district administrators and district assemblies followed. In 2006 the 60th anniversary was celebrated.
The community of Bruckberg is a member of the following special purpose associations:
- Regional planning association Landshut
- Zweckverband Wasserversorgungsgruppe Bruckberg.
This special purpose association was created on January 1st, 2015 through the merger of the two special purpose associations "Wasserversorgungsgruppe Bruckberg-Gündlkofen" and "Attenhausener Gruppe".
The municipality provides 304 different administrative services.
Rudolf Radlmeier ( FW ) has been the mayor since May 2020 .
coat of arms
|Blazon : "A crowned golden griffin in blue, holding a silver shield with a blue bar in its claws."|
Economy and Infrastructure
As a result of a corresponding assessment of the economic strength of the municipality of Bruckberg, the key allocations rose from 58,336 euros in 2015 by 177.4 percent to 161,832 euros in 2016. In the following years up to and including 2020 there was no allocation.
Agriculture and Forestry
|Farm size in ha||Number of establishments|
|5 to under 10||36||25th|
|10 to under 20||44||27|
|20 to under 50||47||24|
|50 or more||4th||14th|
As part of the guideline for promoting the development of high-speed networks in the Free State of Bavaria of July 10, 2014, the municipalities have a funding amount of at least 500,000 euros and a maximum of 950,000 euros; for Bruckberg this is 880,000 euros.
building and living
|Bruckberg||165 €||165 €||8 €|
|Unterlenghart||130 €||110 €||8 €|
SO weekend house area
|Gündlkofen||160 €||160 €||40 €||8 €|
BP GI Bruckberg-Gündlkofen
|Bruckbergerau||140 €||140 €||8 €|
|Edlkofen||140 €||140 €||30 €||8 €|
|Tondorf||130 €||8 €|
|Attenhausen||€ 60||8 €|
|Widdersdorf||€ 60||8 €|
|Pörndorf||50 €||8 €|
|Eggersdorf||40 €||8 €|
|Engelsdorf||80 €||8 €|
|Reichersdorf||80 €||8 €|
|Bachhorn||55 €||8 €|
The place has a stop on the Munich – Regensburg railway line .
education and parenting
- Elementary and middle school Bruckberg-Gündlkofen
- Municipal day care center "Regenbogen" with kindergarten and day nursery in Gündlkofen
- Catholic day care center St. Theresia v. Children of jesus
Seven volunteer fire brigades are available in the community area for fire protection and assistance . The volunteer fire brigades are located in Attenhausen, Bruckberg-Bruckbergerau, Gündlkofen, Pörndorf, Reichersdorf, Tondorf and Widdersdorf.
Culture and sights
- Parish church St. Jakobus in Bruckberg: The baroque building has a Gothic choir tower and was enlarged in the 20th century. On the high altar from 1770 there are carved figures of Saints Korbinian and Augustine.
- Church of St. Paul in Bruckberg: The strikingly located church on a hill was built in the 14th / 15th centuries. Erected in the 16th century and contains wooden figures of Saints Peter and Paul.
Bruckberg Castle : The moated castle from the 13th / 14th centuries The 19th century was changed after a fire in 1770. The brick keep dates from the Middle Ages. One of the two moats was drained around 1780.
- Castle Chapel St. Nikolaus: The chapel is a late Gothic building that was expanded at the beginning and middle of the 18th century. The ceiling frescoes from 1760 show episodes from the life of St. Nicholas.
- Church of St. Stephan in Attenhausen: It contains Gothic saint carved figures from 1480 to 1500.
- Church of St. Gallus in Beutelhausen: The late Gothic building from 1490 with reticulated vault was built in the 18th and 19th centuries. Century changed. The high altar from 1710 contains a statue of Saint Gall from around 1500.
- Parish church of St. Peter and Paul in Gündlkofen: The rococo complex was built from 1746 to 1756 by Johann Georg Hirschstötter . It is probably the most magnificent Rococo building in the Landshut district.
- Church of the Assumption of Mary in Pörndorf: It is a late Gothic, exposed brick building and was probably renovated in 1663 in the Baroque style.
- Parish church of St. Michael in Tondorf: It is an early Gothic hall church (around 1300) with a late Gothic choir (around 1450). The interior furnishings are baroque.
Ice hockey: The EV Bruckberg was an ice hockey club that took part in the Bavarian Ice Sports Association ( BEV ) from 1979 to 2013. The club's greatest successes were the 2003 championships in the Bavarian Regional League East , the Bavarian Regional League in 1990 and in 2008 in the Bavarian Regional League Group II . Source: rodi-db.de
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- Bavarian Ministry of Finance, State Development and Homeland: Guideline for the Promotion of the Development of High-Speed Networks in the Free State of Bavaria (Broadband Guideline - BbR) . Announcement of July 10, 2014, Az.:75-O 1903-001-24929 / 14. PDF. Online at Schnelles-internet-in-bayern.de, accessed on July 28, 2014
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