District of Freising

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Coat of arms of the Freising district Map of Germany, position of the Freising district highlighted

Coordinates: 48 ° 27 '  N , 11 ° 44'  E

Basic data
State : Bavaria
Administrative region : Upper Bavaria
Administrative headquarters : Freising
Area : 799.83 km 2
Residents: 180.007 (Dec. 31, 2019)
Population density : 225 inhabitants per km 2
License plate : FS
Circle key : 09 1 78
Circle structure: 24 municipalities
Address of the
district administration:
Landshuter Strasse 31
85356 Freising
Website : www.kreis-freising.de
District Administrator : Helmut Petz ( FW )
Location of the Freising district in Bavaria
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Mariendom in Freising
Kastulusmünster in Moosburg
Topography of the district area

The district of Freising is located in the northeast of the Bavarian administrative district of Upper Bavaria and belongs to the Munich region . The proximity to the Bavarian capital Munich as well as the very good transport infrastructure (with the Munich airport located in the district area and the very good local transport connections to Munich as part of the Munich transport association ) make the Freising district one of the most sought-after and fastest-growing business and residential locations in Germany . In the current economic power ranking of the magazine Focus, it ranks 3rd among all German districts, after the neighboring districts of Munich and Pfaffenhofen.



The district area essentially comprises two landscapes: In addition to the Danube-Isar hill country in the north and in the middle of the district, which also takes up the far larger portion of the district area, there are still foothills of the Munich gravel plain in the extreme south and on the eastern district border Form of the Freisinger and Erdinger moss. The Isar , Amper and Glonn are the first-order bodies of water that run through the district. While the Isar flows from south-west to north-east, its tributary Amper and its tributary Glonn flow in a west-east direction through the district.

Important places

The largest towns are the large district town of Freising and the municipality of Neufahrn , followed by the city of Moosburg . The oldest town in the district is Moosburg, which received town charter in 1331, before Freising (1359).

Neighboring areas

The district borders clockwise in the north, beginning with the districts of Kelheim , Landshut , Erding , Munich , Dachau and Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm .


Regional courts

The district area belonged mainly to Bavaria before 1803 and was assigned to the district courts of Kranzberg and Moosburg . Only the prince-bishopric of Freising with the city of Freising was its own spiritual domain, which was secularized in 1802 and incorporated into the electorate of Bavaria. In 1803 the Moosburg Regional Court was incorporated into the new organization of the state unchanged. At the beginning of 1804 the district court of Kranzberg was dissolved and the one in Freising was rebuilt. The two regional courts of Freising and Moosburg had belonged to the Isar district since 1808 ( Upper Bavaria from 1838 ).

District judge
  • Karl Freiherr von Stromer (from 1804)
  • Maximilian von Ockl (from 1805)
  • Franz Bernhard Grosch (1817–1849)
  • Karl Breidenbach (1849–1862)

District Office

In 1862, both districts of the regional court were merged in administrative terms to form the Freising District Office . The previous district judge Karl Breidenbach was the first district official.

On July 1, 1862, the city of Freising left the district office and became a district direct city .

On January 1, 1905, the Neustift community was incorporated into the city of Freising.

On February 1, 1927, the Freising district office was expanded to include the Pfrombach community of the Erding district office.


On January 1, 1939, the designation district was introduced as everywhere else in the German Reich . So the district office became the district of Freising.

On April 1, 1940, Freising was incorporated into the Freising district, but this was reversed on February 8, 1946. As part of the regional reform in Bavaria , the district was enlarged on July 1, 1972. The city of Freising was reintegrated into the district and received the status of a large district town for the loss of district freedom . The communities Au in der Hallertau , Berg , Enzelhausen , Grafendorf , Grünberg , Günzenhausen , Haslach , Osseltshausen , Osterwaal , Rudertshausen and Tegernbach from the disbanded district of Mainburg and the community of Fahrenzhausen in the district of Dachau also joined the district .

On May 1, 1978 the district of Goldach in the municipality of Notzing in the district of Erding was changed to Hallbergmoos in the district of Freising. At the same time, the district gave the municipality of Bruckberg to the district of Landshut.

Covid-19 pandemic

In the Covid 19 pandemic, the district was one of the ten most severely affected districts in Germany at the end of March 2020.

Population development

The district of Freising gained over 43,000 inhabitants from 1988 to 2008 or grew by approx. 35%. In the period mentioned, this is the second highest percentage population increase in a district in Bavaria - after the neighboring district of Erding. Between 1988 and 2018 the district grew from 122,369 to 179,116 by 56,747 inhabitants or 46.4%.

The following population figures refer to the area as of May 25, 1987.

Population development
year 1840 1900 1939 1950 1961 1970 1987 1991 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2016
Residents 32,763 48.212 59,250 82,737 81,374 95,153 118,518 132,536 141.022 152,307 160,655 166,375 173.225 175,803

Economy, infrastructure, science

In the Future Atlas 2016 , the Freising district was ranked 442 out of 402 districts, municipal associations and independent cities in Germany, making it one of the regions with "very high future prospects".

Economy and science

In the Freising district there are over 73,000 employees subject to social security contributions in well over 4,000 companies. The unemployment rate was 1.9% (1,959 people) in May 2015 and was one of the lowest in Germany. Munich Airport, located on the district border, is an important economic factor. Despite a rapidly growing "high-tech landscape", the Freising district still has a very good mix of medium-sized companies. Today three quarters of the company's productivity is generated in trade, transport and services, and only one percent in agriculture . In addition, the region is one of the top locations in Germany in the fields of biotechnology and logistics . In the competence field of nutrition and food science or in information and communication technology, there is no need to shy away from comparison with other locations. The district is now growing by around 2,000 people annually. With an average age of 38 years, it has the youngest inhabitants in Bavaria.

The Freising district is the seat of the Weihenstephan Science Center for Nutrition, Land Use and Environment of the Technical University of Munich . It is one of the world's most renowned teaching and research centers in the field of the so-called life sciences, as it covers the entire spectrum of life science research, in particular the food chain from plant and animal breeding to agricultural and forestry sciences to nutritional science and medicine. Around 3,500 students are preparing for their future careers here. What is unique about the Weihenstephan Science Center is the close networking of the research disciplines. The Weihenstephan is located since 1971 at the site Weihenstephan , offering a suite of innovative, green and practical courses.


Freising Cathedral
main portal

The Domberg in Freising with the diocesan museum and the old town of Freising are the main attractions. The Kastulusmüster is located in Moosburg on the Isar .

Three long-distance cycle paths lead through the district: the Isar cycle path through the Isarau forest, the 201 km long Ammer-Amper cycle path through the Ampertal and the international long-distance cycle path Munich - Regensburg - Prague along the Isar and through the Hallertau hop-growing area .

The Hallertau, the largest contiguous hop growing area in the world, is partly located in the Freising district; the hop stalks shape the image of the Hallertau.

The crypt of the Freising Cathedral


The Freising district has very convenient transport links. It is part of the Munich Transport Association (MVV) and also includes most of Munich Airport , which the Regensburg Airport Express and S-Bahn lines 1 and 8 from Munich connect through the district.

The main line Munich - Regensburg , which was opened by the AG der Bayerische Ostbahnen in 1858, is also used by S-Bahn line 1 to the district town of Freising. Other stops for regional trains are Marzling, Langenbach and Moosburg , all of which are still part of the MVV tariff area.

While the S 1 stops in Eching and Neufahrn and the S 8 stop in Hallbergmoos have had a transfer-free connection to the airport since 1992 and 1998, respectively, after the Neufahrner curve was completed in 2018, a new regional express from Regensburg also made a transfer-free one Connection of the other stops to the airport realized.

The Munich subway line 6 is also worth mentioning because it ends at the district boundary, in the immediate vicinity of the Echingen part of Dietersheim , in the Garching research area and is therefore also integrated into the regional bus network. Furthermore, the Munich-Ingolstadt railway line (with Paindorf train station just 500 m away) just passes the district area.

In the Hallertau , two local railway lines of the Bavarian State Railways were built at the turn of the century : the first was the line from Wolnzach to Mainburg in 1895 and then in 1909 the line branching off via Au and Nandlstadt to Langenbach near Freising in Enzelhausen . Passenger traffic was stopped on these two routes in 1969, but not until 1973 on the Unterzolling – Langenbach section.

The federal highways 9 (Munich-Nuremberg) and 92 (Munich-Deggendorf) as well as the federal highways 11 , 13 and 301 , as well as the state highways 2045, 2053, 2054, 2084, 2085, 2331, 2339, 2341 and 2584 open up the district.


District council

District election 2020
Turnout: 58.8% (+ 6.0%)
Gains and losses
compared to 2014
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Since the local elections on March 15, 2020 , the seats in the district council of the Freising district have been distributed as follows:

Party / list Seats
CSU 18th
GREEN 15th
FW 14th
Freising center e. V. 7th
AfD 4th
The left 2
total 70
15th 7th 14th 18th 4th 
A total of 70 seats


  • District Committee
  • Youth Welfare Committee
  • Committee for Planning, Environment, Tourism, District Development and Infrastructure
  • Committee on School, Culture and Sport
  • Committee on Demographic and Social Issues
  • Audit Committee

Other bodies

  • Supervisory board of the Krankenhaus Freising GmbH
  • Rescue Association Erding
  • Zweckverband Staatl. Neufahrn grammar school
  • Supervisory board housing and property company mbH
  • Association meeting Sparkasse Freising
  • Association meeting Sparkasse Moosburg

District Administrator

coat of arms

Coat of arms of the Freising district
Blazon : “Under the shield head with the Bavarian diamonds split by gold and red; in front a left-turning, red crowned moor's head with a red earring, behind a heraldic silver rose. "
Justification of the coat of arms: The coat of arms explains the history of the district area. The diamonds stand for the old ducal offices of Kranzberg and Moosburg . The Mohrenkopf is the coat of arms of the former Hochstift Freising , whose area on the Isar fell to Bavaria in 1802. The image of the Moor is an erroneous reinterpretation of the head of the diocese patron St. Korbinian on pre-Alaldic coins. The rose is a reduction of the heraldic coat of arms of the Count of Moosburg, which died out in 1281, containing three roses .

Institutions of the district


Schools (sponsored by the district)

  • Special Education Center Freising (special needs school with special focus on learning, language and social-emotional development)
  • Camerloher High School , Freising
  • Dom-Gymnasium, Freising
  • Karl-Ritter-von-Frisch-Gymnasium , Moosburg
  • Oskar-Maria-Graf-Gymnasium, Neufahrn (in association with the Neufahrn community )
  • Business school, Freising
  • Technical college / vocational school, Freising
  • State vocational school center, Freising
  • Imma-Mack-Realschule, Eching
  • Kastulus-Realschule, Moosburg
  • Karl Meichelbeck Secondary School
  • Good Änger secondary school, Freising
  • Realschule Au in the Hallertau


The largest municipality in the district is the large district town of Freising with 45,118 inhabitants (with secondary residences 48,462), followed by the municipality of Neufahrn bei Freising with 18,973 (21,156) inhabitants and the city of Moosburg an der Isar with 17,487 inhabitants.

(Residents on December 31, 2019)

Landkreis Dachau Landkreis Erding Landkreis Kelheim Landshut Landkreis Landshut Landkreis München Landkreis Pfaffenhofen an der Ilm Allershausen Attenkirchen Au in der Hallertau Eching (Landkreis Freising) Fahrenzhausen Freising Gammelsdorf Haag an der Amper Hallbergmoos Hörgertshausen Hohenkammer Kirchdorf an der Amper Kranzberg Langenbach (Oberbayern) Marzling Mauern Moosburg an der Isar Nandlstadt Neufahrn bei Freising Rudelzhausen Wang (Oberbayern) Wolfersdorf Paunzhausen ZollingMunicipalities in FS.svg
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Cities in the Freising district
city coat of arms Area
December 31, 2016
PE density
PE per km²
above sea level
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Moosburg adIsar Wappen.Moosburg.svg 000000000000043.850000000043.85 000000000018656.000000000018,656 000000000000425.0000000000425 000000000000421.0000000000421
Markets in the Freising district
market coat of arms Area
December 31, 2016
PE density
PE per km²
above sea level
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Nandlstadt DEU Nandlstadt COA.svg 000000000000034.300000000034.30 000000000005306.00000000005,306 000000000000155.0000000000155 000000000000465.0000000000465
Other municipalities in the Freising district
local community coat of arms Area
December 31, 2016
PE density
PE per km²
above sea level
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Attenkirchen Coat of arms Attenkirchen.svg 000000000000016.110000000016.11 000000000002817.00000000002,817 000000000000175.0000000000175 000000000000524.0000000000524
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Fahrenzhausen Coat of arms Fahrenzhausen.svg 000000000000037.640000000037.64 000000000005026.00000000005,026 000000000000134.0000000000134 000000000000465.0000000000465
Gammelsdorf Coat of arms of Gammelsdorf.svg 000000000000021.630000000021.63 000000000001461.00000000001,461 000000000000068.000000000068 000000000000495.0000000000495
Hague adAmper Coat of arms of Haag an der Amper.svg 000000000000021.710000000021.71 000000000002965.00000000002,965 000000000000137.0000000000137 000000000000440.0000000000440
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Hohenkammer Coat of arms Hohenkammer.svg 000000000000025.740000000025.74 000000000002634.00000000002,634 000000000000102.0000000000102 000000000000471.0000000000471
Hörgertshausen Coat of arms Hoergertshausen.svg 000000000000021.480000000021.48 000000000001994.00000000001.994 000000000000093.000000000093 000000000000453.0000000000453
Kirchdorf adAmper DEU Kirchdorf-an-der-Amper COA.svg 000000000000032.960000000032.96 000000000003256.00000000003,256 000000000000099.000000000099 000000000000440.0000000000440
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Langenbach DEU Langenbach COA.svg 000000000000026.890000000026.89 000000000004040.00000000004,040 000000000000150.0000000000150 000000000000429.0000000000429
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Wang DEU Wang COA.svg 000000000000031.190000000031.19 000000000002530.00000000002,530 000000000000081.000000000081 000000000000415.0000000000415
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Administrative communities

  1. Allershausen with the member communities Allershausen and Paunzhausen
  2. Walls with the member communities Gammelsdorf, Hörgertshausen, Mauern and Wang
  3. Zolling with the member communities Attenkirchen, Haag adAmper, Wolfersdorf and Zolling

Municipalities of the district before the territorial reform 1971/78

Before the regional reform, the Freising district had 69 municipalities (see list below). The municipality Neustift was in 1905 part of the town of Freising, Vötting in 1937. The community Hagsdorf was after 1935 sweat former village incorporated and the community Johanneck on April 1 of 1939 Paunzhausen .

In the north the district bordered on the district of Mainburg , in the northeast on the district of Landshut , in the southeast on the district of Erding , in the south on the district of Munich , in the south-west on the district of Dachau and in the northwest on the district of Pfaffenhofen adIlm . The city of Freising was not part of the district, but an independent city, but was still the seat of the district administration.

The municipalities of the Freising district before the municipality reform in 1971/78. (Churches that still exist today are written in bold .)

Former parish Today's church Today's district
Abens (originated in 1971 from the
communities of Hemhausen and
Hirnkirchen ; 1978 incorporated
into Au idHallertau)
Au idHallertau District of Freising
Airischwand Nandlstadt District of Freising
Aiterbach Allershausen District of Freising
Allershausen Allershausen District of Freising
Anglberg Zolling District of Freising
Appersdorf Zolling District of Freising
Attaching Freising District of Freising
Attenkirchen Attenkirchen District of Freising
Baumgarten Nandlstadt District of Freising
Berghaselbach Wolfersdorf District of Freising
Bruckberg Bruckberg Landshut district
Bruckbergerau Bruckberg Landshut district
Dürnhaindlfing Wolfersdorf District of Freising
Eching Eching District of Freising
Enghausen Walls District of Freising
Figlsdorf Nandlstadt District of Freising
Gammelsdorf Gammelsdorf District of Freising
Giggenhausen Neufahrn near Freising District of Freising
Gremertshausen Kranzberg District of Freising
Großnöbach Fahrenzhausen District of Freising
Gunzenhausen Eching District of Freising
Hague adAmper Hague adAmper District of Freising
Haindlfing Freising District of Freising
Hallbergmoos Hallbergmoos District of Freising
Hemhausen Au idHallertau District of Freising
Brain churches Au idHallertau District of Freising
Hohenbercha Kranzberg District of Freising
Hohenkammer Hohenkammer District of Freising
Hörgertshausen Hörgertshausen District of Freising
Ink oven Hague adAmper District of Freising
Inzkofen Wang District of Freising
Itzling Freising District of Freising
Jarzt Fahrenzhausen District of Freising
Kammerberg Fahrenzhausen District of Freising
Kirchdorf adAmper Kirchdorf adAmper District of Freising
Kranzberg Kranzberg District of Freising
Langenbach Langenbach District of Freising
Lauterbach Fahrenzhausen District of Freising
Margarethenried Hörgertshausen District of Freising
Marzling Marzling District of Freising
Massenhausen Neufahrn near Freising District of Freising
Walls Walls District of Freising
Moosburg adIsar Moosburg adIsar District of Freising
Nandlstadt Nandlstadt District of Freising
Neufahrn near Freising Neufahrn near Freising District of Freising
Niederambach Moosburg adIsar District of Freising
Oberhummel Langenbach District of Freising
Palzing Zolling District of Freising
Paunzhausen Paunzhausen District of Freising
Pfetttrach Attenkirchen District of Freising
Pfrombach Moosburg adIsar District of Freising
Plornbach Hague adAmper District of Freising
Pulling Freising District of Freising
Reichersdorf Gammelsdorf District of Freising
Reichertshausen Au idHallertau District of Freising
Rudlfing Marzling District of Freising
Schlipps Hohenkammer District of Freising
Schweinersdorf Wang District of Freising
Sillertshausen Au idHallertau District of Freising
Sünzhausen Freising District of Freising
Thalhausen Kranzberg District of Freising
Thonstetten Moosburg adIsar District of Freising
Tüntenhausen Freising District of Freising
Tünzhausen Allershausen District of Freising
Volkmannsdorferau Wang District of Freising
Wang Wang District of Freising
Wimpasing Attenkirchen District of Freising
Wippenhausen Kirchdorf adAmper District of Freising
Wolfersdorf Wolfersdorf District of Freising
Zolling Zolling District of Freising

Protected areas

There are seven nature reserves , five landscape protection areas , six FFH areas and at least four geotopes designated by the Bavarian State Office for the Environment (as of April 2016) in the district.

See also

License Plate

On July 1, 1956, the district was assigned the distinguishing mark FS when the vehicle registration number that is still valid today was introduced . It is still issued today.


Web links

Commons : Landkreis Freising  - 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 ).
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  3. ^ Wilhelm Volkert (ed.): Handbook of Bavarian offices, communities and courts 1799–1980 . CH Beck, Munich 1983, ISBN 3-406-09669-7 , p. 463 .
  4. ^ Wilhelm Volkert (ed.): Handbook of Bavarian offices, communities and courts 1799–1980 . CH Beck, Munich 1983, ISBN 3-406-09669-7 , p. 97 .
  5. ^ Ordinance on the reorganization of Bavaria into rural districts and independent cities of December 27, 1971
  6. RKI situation report March 29, 2020. Retrieved July 10, 2020 .
  7. Future Atlas 2016. (No longer available online.) Archived from the original on October 2, 2017 ; accessed on March 24, 2018 . 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. @1@ 2Template: Webachiv / IABot / www.prognos.com
  8. Results. Accessed April 30, 2020 .
  9. Announcement of the preliminary results of the election of the district council on March 15, 2020. Accessed on April 30, 2020 .
  10. Preliminary final result of the runoff election, District Administrator 2020. Accessed on April 30, 2020 .
  11. Entry on the coat of arms of the Freising district  in the database of the House of Bavarian History , accessed on September 5, 2017 .
  12. "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 ).
  13. ^ Michael Rademacher: German administrative history from the unification of the empire in 1871 to the reunification in 1990. Freising district. (Online material for the dissertation, Osnabrück 2006).
  14. BayernViewer of the Bavarian Surveying Administration (accessed on August 25, 2010)