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|Association municipality :||Goellheim|
|Height :||210 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||9.03 km 2|
|Residents:||970 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||107 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||67816|
|Area code :||06357|
|License plate :||KIB, ROK|
|Community key :||07 3 33 017|
|Association administration address:||Freiherr-vom-Stein-Strasse 1–3
|Mayoress :||Kathrin Molter|
|Location of the local community Dreisen in the Donnersbergkreis|
Dreisen is located southeast of the Donnersberga in the Börrstadter Senke , alternatively called Kaiserstraßensenke , between Kaiserslautern and Worms . Dreisen also includes the living spaces at Dreisen train station, Bannholz , Hollidahof, Im Talweg, In den Kappenäckern, Lochmühle, Lohmühle and Münsterhof . Neighboring communities are - in clockwise direction - Weitersweiler , Marnheim , Göllheim , Breunigweiler , Börrstadt , Standenbühl and Steinbach am Donnersberg .
Straight through the town flows the Pfrimm . Its left tributary Entenpfuhler Graben largely forms the border with Standenbühl. The Hasenbach coming from the right partially marks the border to Göllheim. In the northeast of the district, the Pfrimm takes the brook from the Elbisheimerhof from the right and the Rosengartenbach from the left .
Dreisen is first mentioned in a document in 960 and at that time it was owned by the nearby Münsterdreisen monastery . In 1376, Dreisen came to Electoral Palatinate as part of the Bolanden office and in 1706 fell to Nassau-Weilburg .
From 1798 to 1814, when the Palatinate was part of the French Republic (until 1804) and then part of the Napoleonic Empire , Dreyen - as it was spelled at the time - was incorporated into the canton of Göllheim in the Donnersberg department and had its own Mairie . In 1815 the place had a total of 545 inhabitants. In the same year it was added to Austria . Just one year later, the place, like the entire Palatinate, changed to the Kingdom of Bavaria . From 1818 to 1862 Dreisen belonged to the Land Commissioner Kirchheim - later Kirchhheimbolanden ; from this the district office of Kirchhheimbolanden emerged.
From 1939 the place was part of the Kirchheimbolanden district . After the Second World War , Ramsen became part of the then newly formed state of Rhineland-Palatinate within the French occupation zone . In the course of the first Rhineland-Palatinate administrative reform , Dreisen moved to the newly formed Donnersbergkreis in 1969 ; three years later, the community was incorporated into the Göllheim Association, which was also newly formed .
The local council in Dreisen consists of twelve council members, who were elected in the local elections on May 26, 2019 in a personalized proportional representation, and the honorary local mayor as chairman.
The distribution of seats in the municipal council:
- WGD = voter group Dreisen e. V.
The local mayor is Kathrin Molter. It was elected by the municipal council in its constituent meeting in July 2019 without a dissenting vote. She is the successor of Ralph Molter, who was no longer running.
coat of arms
|Blazon : "In red, a silver, striding, gold-armored pelican with a torn red chest."|
Culture and sights
The town center is designated as a monument zone . There are some half-timbered houses from the 18th century, including the town hall from 1711.
In addition, there are a total of 19 individual objects that are listed , including the Protestant church. It is a hall with a west tower that was rebuilt in 1781, the walled-up choir arch is dated to 1517, the cemetery gate to 1528.
There are a total of eleven natural monuments in the municipality .
Economy and Infrastructure
The former federal highway 40 from Kaiserslautern to Alzey and the B 47 from Eisenberg (Palatinate) to Worms run through the municipality . Dreisen is in the immediate vicinity of the Göllheim junction on the federal motorway 63 that connects Mainz with Kaiserslautern. The community also had the Göllheim-Dreisen station on the Zellertal Railway , on which regular passenger traffic was discontinued in 1983.
The Saar-Rhein-Main long-distance hiking trail marked with a yellow bar also runs through the middle of the settlement area . Dreisen is also on the so-called "monastery route" of the Palatinate Way of St. James , which leads to Worms .
- State Statistical Office of Rhineland-Palatinate - population status 2019, districts, communities, association communities ( help on this ).
- State Statistical Office Rhineland-Palatinate (ed.): Official directory of the municipalities and parts of the municipality. Status: January 2018 [ Version 2020 is available. ] . S. 90 (PDF; 2.2 MB).
- The Regional Returning Officer RLP: City Council Election 2019 Dreisen. Accessed August 31, 2019 .
- The Regional Officer Rhineland-Palatinate: Municipal elections 2014, city and municipal council elections
- The Rhine Palatinate: Dreisen: Kathrin Molter new local boss. July 3, 2019, accessed August 31, 2019 .