Communauté de communes d'Altkirch

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Communauté de communes d'Altkirch
Haut-Rhin ( Grand Est - France )
Establishment date November 15, 2001
Dissolution date December 31, 2016
legal form Communauté de communes
Seat Altkirch
Communities 6th
president Jean-Luc Reitzer
SIREN number 246 800 197
surface 65.3 km²
Residents 13,184 (January 1, 2013)
Population density 202 inhabitants / km²

The Communauté de communes d'Altkirch was a French association of communes with the legal form of a Communauté de communes in the Haut-Rhin department in the Grand Est region . It was founded on November 15, 2001 and comprised six parishes. The administrative seat was in Altkirch .

Historical development

The community association initially consisted of the four communities, and two more were added in 2014.

As of January 1, 2017, the community association was

initially merged to form the Communauté de communes d'Altkirch et Environs , which was renamed shortly afterwards to the current name Communauté de communes Sundgau .

Former member parishes

  1. Altkirch
  2. Aspach
  3. Carspach
  4. Heimersdorf
  5. Hirsingue
  6. Hirtzbach


  1. Arrêté. (pdf) Création de la Communauté de communes d'Altkirch et Environs ... In: Recueil des Actes Administratifs No.29. Préfecture du Haut-Rhin, June 15, 2016, pp. 23–35 , accessed on November 11, 2017 (French).