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|State :||Lower Saxony|
|Height :||81 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||21.73 km 2|
|Residents:||11,016 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||507 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||49205|
|Area code :||05405|
|License plate :||OS , BSB, MEL, WTL|
|Community key :||03 4 59 021|
|Community structure:||3 districts|
|Address of the
|Mayor :||Holger Elixmann ( CDU )|
|Location of the community Hasbergen in the district of Osnabrück|
The place is partly in the area of the Hüggel , which belongs to the landscape protection area Teutoburg Forest . The altitude ranges from 62 m to 228 m above sea level. The 108 meter high Rote Berg is located in Hasbergen . On the northern edge of the village, the Wilkenbach forms the border with the neighboring city of Osnabrück .
Today's Hasbergen consists of the formerly independent communities Hasbergen, Gaste and Ohrbeck.
Hasbergen was mentioned for the first time in a document from the Corvey monastery in 836. The name Hasbergen is derived from the Old Low German word Hers or Hors (for Ross). The name Haslage , as the former castle and the estate in the southwest of the town were called, probably developed from this .
In 1819 the Augusta mine in Ohrbeck was set up for ore mining; it is located on the border with the neighboring community of Georgsmarienhütte and served as a prison camp in 1944/1945, which is now a memorial.
Redesign of the town center
As part of the redesign of the town center, a redesign of the town center, which suffered from the wave of modernization in the 1970s, is currently being pushed ahead.
The tunneling of the Hamburg-Cologne railway line , which was completed in mid-2005, can be seen as a milestone . This made it possible to abolish the two barrier systems, which had led to considerable traffic disruption.
In 2006 a pedestrian bridge was built on Tecklenburger Straße to shorten detours for pedestrians and cyclists. In 2010 the Kunterbunt kindergarten was expanded to include a day nursery. In 2011, the station and the adjacent area were largely rebuilt. New parking areas were created. The former station building is now used as an office building.
In 2011/2012 the parish hall of the Protestant church was completely demolished and rebuilt in the same place.
As part of the administrative and territorial reform, the communities of Gaste and Ohrbeck voluntarily joined the Hasbergen community on January 1, 1971.
The following overview shows the population of Hasbergen in the respective territories and on December 31st.
The figures are updates by the State Office for Statistics and Communication Technology Lower Saxony based on the census of May 25, 1987 .
The data from 1961 (June 6) and 1970 (May 27) are the census results including the places that were incorporated on January 1, 1971.
The local council currently has 28 members from four parties. In addition, the mayor is a voting member of the council.
The following table shows the local election results since 1996.
|Council of the municipality of Hasbergen: election results and municipal councils|
Sources: State Office for Statistics and Communication Technology Lower Saxony, District Osnabrück.
In the case of different information in the sources mentioned, the data from the State Office for Statistics and Communication Technology were used,
as they are generally more plausible.
The full-time mayor of Hasbergen is Holger Elixmann (CDU). In the last mayoral election on May 25, 2014, he was elected with 53.2% of the vote. His opponent, the previous incumbent Frank Stiller (SPD), received 46.8%. The turnout was 58.8%. Elixmann began his term of office on November 1, 2014.
- Since 2014 Holger Elixmann (CDU)
- 1996–2014 Frank Stiller (SPD), full-time from 1999
- 1970–1996 Günter Fischer (SPD), from January 1, 1971 mayor of the unified community
Mayor of the former municipality of Hasbergen (until 1971)
- 1952–1970 Wilhelm Bardelmeier (SPD)
The office of the municipal director ceased to exist in 1999 with the introduction of the full-time mayor.
- 1949–1981 Kurt Schüttler
- 1981–1999 Manfred Steiner
coat of arms
The coat of arms shows a heraldic shield divided by gold and black in the cloud section at an angle to the left, a horseshoe in confused colors at the top, hammer and mallet crossed at an angle below.
- Tomblaine , France, since 1987
- Gelenau / Erzgeb. , Saxony, since 1990
- Comprachtschütz , Poland, since 1996
Culture and sights
There are two museums in Hasbergen:
- The Geozentrum Hüggel is located in the former Schierke cinema on the Red Mountain and houses rocks and fossils that were found during excavations in the Teutoburg Forest.
- The Augustaschacht memorial is located in the Ohrbeck district. The main building served as a prison camp during World War II.
In Hasbergen there are two swimming pools, Hasbergen Leisure Land and Hasbergen Natural Baths, two tennis clubs, the Hasbergen tennis club (TVH) and the Hasberger tennis club (HTC) as well as two sports clubs, the SV Ohrbeck and the Spvg. Gaste-Hasbergen. The Hasbergen Riding and Driving Association is also at home here.
Economy and Infrastructure
Hasbergen mainly consists of residential areas. There is an industrial park in the Gaste district. The large agricultural machinery manufacturer Amazone is also based there. There are also individual shops along the railway.
- Hasbergen has its own train station on the Wanne-Eickel – Hamburg line . In SPNV the station Hasbergen is the Euro train (RB on the line 66 Teuto train ), served on weekdays between Münster and Osnabrück at least every hour at rush hour times every half hour. The route to Georgsmarienhütte , which is only used for freight traffic, branches off at the station . The Hüttenbahn served the three railway stations Hasbergen-Hüttenbahnhof (opposite the Hasbergen DB station), Hasbergen-Wulfskotten, Hasbergen-Ohrbeck and Augustaschacht in the area of today's municipality. From 1887 to 1926 the Perm Railway operated between Hasbergen and the Perm colliery near Ibbenbüren , the route of which was used again as a bypass for Osnabrück Central Station during the Second World War .
- Further public transport is provided by VOS with buses and a VGM line in Gaste-Nord. All districts therefore have a regular bus connection to Osnabrück; there are also bus connections from Hasbergen to Hagen and from Gaste-Nord to Lotte.
- Hasbergen is located in the area of the A 1 and A 30 federal motorways .
- The Muenster / Osnabrueck Airport is 25 km away.
In Hasbergen there are four kindergartens with attached crèches : the Kunterbunt Kindergarten , sponsored by the Protestant Church, the St. Josef Kindergarten in Ohrbeck sponsored by the Catholic Church, the Gaster Zauberhaus and the AWO Kindergarten at the Am Roten Berg school center .
The Hüggelschule primary school has two locations. The main location is at the Am Roten Berg school center , the branch in Gaste. The Hasberger Oberschule Am Roten Berg is an all-day school and, as the name suggests, is located at the Am Roten Berg school center .
- Heinrich Hackmann (1864–1935), born in Hasbergen, was a theologian, religious historian, and sinologist
- Wilhelm Pleistern (1902–1977), born in Hasbergen, was a German lawyer and banker
- Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg (* 1971) has owned an estate in Hasbergen since 2019
- State Office for Statistics Lower Saxony, LSN-Online regional database, Table 12411: Update of the population, as of December 31, 2019 ( help ).
- Federal Statistical Office (ed.): Historical municipality register for the Federal Republic of Germany. Name, border and key number changes in municipalities, counties and administrative districts from May 27, 1970 to December 31, 1982 . W. Kohlhammer GmbH, Stuttgart / Mainz 1983, ISBN 3-17-003263-1 , p. 258 .
- State Office for Statistics and Communication Technology Lower Saxony, population update ( page no longer available , search in web archives ) Info: The link was automatically marked as defective. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice.
- State Office for Statistics and Communication Technology Lower Saxony, Table 5000311
- Landkreis Osnabrück, official final results of the district election on September 9, 2001 ( Memento from May 25, 2005 in the Internet Archive ) (PDF; 528 kB)
- The municipal election for the district of Osnabrück from September 11, 2011 (also includes 2006 results). (PDF 8.0MB p. 62 column "Municipal elections") Osnabrück district, accessed on March 6, 2016 .
- Individual results of the direct elections on May 25, 2014 in Lower Saxony ( Memento of the original from March 3, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. , accessed November 8, 2014
- https://www.noz.de/lokales/hasbergen/artikel/179262/im-portrait-frank-stiller-spd NOZ on August 28, 2011: "In portrait: Frank Stiller (SPD)"; accessed on April 14, 2018
- https://www.noz.de/lokales/hasbergen/artikel/124841/hasbergens-ex-burgermeister-gunter-fischer-ist-gestorben NOZ on May 14, 2013: "Hasbergen's ex-mayor Günter Fischer died"; accessed on April 14, 2018
- http://www.spd-hasbergen.de/chronik3.html data on former mayors
- http://www.spd-hasbergen.de/chronik4.html Information on community directors