Rottweil district

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

Coordinates: 48 ° 10 '  N , 8 ° 38'  E

Basic data
State : Baden-Württemberg
Administrative region : Freiburg
Region : Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg
Administrative headquarters : Rottweil
Area : 769.4 km 2
Residents: 139,455 (Dec. 31, 2018)
Population density : 181 inhabitants per km 2
License plate : RW
Circle key : 08 3 25
Circle structure: 21 municipalities
Address of the
district administration:
Königstrasse 36
78628 Rottweil
Website :
District Administrator : Wolf-Rüdiger Michel ( CDU )
Location of the Rottweil district in Baden-Württemberg
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The Rottweil district is a district in Baden-Württemberg . It belongs to the Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg region in the Freiburg administrative region .



The Rottweil district has a share in the geographical landscape units of the Central Black Forest , the eastern roofing of the Central Black Forest (sometimes also: the edge plates of the Central Black Forest) and the Upper Neckar-Gäuen. On its eastern edge, the district also has a small share of the foothills of the Alb and in the far southeast of the so-called Baar -Hochmulde.


The list of places in the Rottweil district contains around 514 places ( towns , villages , hamlets , farms and living spaces ) in the Rottweil district in the geographical sense.

Neighboring areas

The district borders clockwise in the north, beginning with the districts of Freudenstadt , Zollernalbkreis , Tuttlingen , Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis and Ortenaukreis .

Division of space

According to data from the State Statistical Office , as of 2015.


The Rottweil district has the following nature reserves . According to the protected area statistics of the State Institute for the Environment, Measurements and Nature Conservation Baden-Württemberg (LUBW), 437.31 hectares of the district are under nature protection, that is 0.57 percent.

  1. Albeck : 11.7 ha; City of Sulz am Neckar , district Sulz
  2. Fire dump : 9.9 ha; City of Oberndorf am Neckar , district Aistaig
  3. Dießen valley and side valleys : 509 ha, of which in the Rottweil district: 17.8 ha; City of Sulz am Neckar, district Dürrenmettstetten
  4. Hungerbühl-Weiherwiesen : 38.1 ha; City of Sulz am Neckar, district Mühlheim am Bach
  5. Calf dump : 4.1 ha; City of Oberndorf am Neckar, district Altoberndorf
  6. Linsenbergweiher : 29.4 ha; City of Rottweil , Rottweil and Göllsdorf districts
  7. Middle Bollerhalde : 3.1 ha; City of Oberndorf am Neckar, district Altoberndorf
  8. Neckarburg : 66.2 ha; City of Rottweil, Rottweil district
  9. Schischemtal : 216.6 ha; Community Epfendorf , districts Harthausen and Epfendorf, community Dietingen , districts Böhringen and Irslingen
  10. Schwarzenbach : 82 ha, of which in the Rottweil district: 40.6 ha; City of Rottweil, Neukirch and Zepfenhan districts


The core of the district of Rottweil goes back to the Oberamt Rottweil established in the Kingdom of Württemberg . After the Napoleonic Wars - after the mediatization of the formerly free imperial city of Rottweil in 1803 - this upper office was rewritten with the organizational edict of 1806 by Duke Friedrich II of Württemberg, who later became King of Württemberg. Essential for its constitution in terms of administrative law, however, is only the Maucler Organizational Edict issued in 1818 with the separation of justice and administration as well as office and official city.

In 1807 the Oberamt Sulz was established from the Oberamt Dornhan , parts of the Oberamt Rosenfeld , and in 1810 the Oberamt Oberndorf . After their dissolution in 1938, the administrative district of Rottweil was created out of these upper offices, which were renamed administrative districts in 1934. The Rottweil district was enlarged to include the majority of the Oberndorf district (five communities came to the Freudenstadt district ), some places in the Sulz district - the larger part was added to the Horb district - and individual communities in the Tuttlingen and Spaichingen districts. However, he also gave some places to the Balingen district .

After 1945, the district of Rottweil belonged to the state of Württemberg-Hohenzollern , which was added to the state of Baden-Württemberg in 1952. After that he belonged to the administrative district of Südwürttemberg-Hohenzollern .

During the district reform , the Rottweil district became part of the newly formed Freiburg administrative district on January 1, 1973 . At that time, eight communities were assigned to the district of Horb , four from the district of Wolfach , the community of Glatt from the district of Hechingen and the community of Tennenbronn from the district of Villingen-Schwenningen . In return, the Rottweil district gave the communities of Peterzell and Römlinsdorf to the Freudenstadt district and Deißlingen and Weigheim to the Schwarzwald-Baar district .

Previously, on January 1, 1972, the Rottweil district ceded the town of Schwenningen am Neckar to the Villingen-Schwenningen district.

The community of Schörzingen was assigned to the Zollernalb district on February 1, 1973 . Deißlingen returned on January 1, 1974. Busenweiler was added on April 1, 1974 from the Freudenstadt district.

On July 1, 1978 there was an exchange of territory between the cities of Schiltach and Wolfach ( Ortenaukreis ).

On May 1, 2006, the municipality of Tennenbronn was incorporated into the city of Schramberg . The district of Rottweil now comprises 21 municipalities, including 6 towns and of these, in turn, 2 " large district towns " (Rottweil and Schramberg). The largest city is Rottweil, the smallest municipality is Schenkenzell.

In the Rottweil district, a meeting of 25 women in the old church in Fluorn-Winzeln in the run-up to the first regular Green Party Congress in 1980 formulated a declaration on equality between men and women. It leads to the decision of the party on the equal representation of the state executive board and all offices and mandates with men and women according to the zipper principle.

Population development

The population figures are census results (¹) or official updates from the Baden-Württemberg State Statistical Office (main residences only).

date Residents
December 31, 1973 131,555
December 31, 1975 129,074
December 31, 1980 127,567
December 31, 1985 125,797
May 25, 1987 ¹ 126,796
December 31, 1990 133.059
date Residents
December 31, 1995 138,944
December 31, 2000 140.873
December 31, 2005 142,148
December 31, 2010 139,316
December 31, 2015 137,500


District election 2019
Turnout: 57.4%
Gains and losses
compared to 2014
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-3.9  % p
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District council

The district council is elected for five years by those entitled to vote in the district. The local elections on May 26, 2019 led to the result shown in the diagrams.

Distribution of seats in 2019 in the district council
6th 12 4th 13 
A total of 47 seats
Results of previous district council elections
Parties and constituencies %
CDU Christian Democratic Union of Germany 35.6 15th 33.3 17th 35.7 17th 39.8 22nd 37.1 20th 42.7 22nd
FW Free electoral association 28.6 12 26.8 13 - - - - - - - -
Flat share Electoral associations - - - - 26.3 14th 26.0 13 22.9 12 27.4 13
SPD Social Democratic Party of Germany 14.9 6th 13.9 7th 15.5 7th 16.5 7th 19.7 9 21.3 10
FDP Free Democratic Party 8.1 4th 14.0 7th 11.4 5 9.0 4th 5.9 3 4.0 1
ÖDP Ecological Democratic Party 6.5 3 7.6 3 - - - - - - - -
GREEN Alliance 90 / The Greens 6.3 3 4.9 2 5.4 2 4.4 2 5.3 2 4.7 2
REP The Republicans - - - - - - 0.5 - 2.5 1 - -
Otherwise. Others - - - - 5.7 3 3.9 2 6.7 3 - -
total 100.0 43 100.0 49 100.0 48 100.0 50 100.0 50 100.0 48
Turnout in percent 49.6 50.7 52.3 55.8 66.7 62.0
  • WG: Voter associations, as the results from 1989 to 2004 cannot be broken down into individual groups of voters.

District Administrator

The district councilor is elected for eight years by the district council. He is the legal representative and representative of the district as well as chairman of the district council and its committees. He heads the district office and is an official of the district. His area of ​​responsibility includes the preparation of the district council meetings and its committees. He calls meetings, chairs them and implements the resolutions passed there. He has no voting rights in the committees . His deputy is the first state official.

The district councils of the district Rottweil since 1928

The Oberamtmen of the former Oberamt can be found in the article Oberamt Rottweil .

coat of arms

The coat of arms of the Rottweil district shows in gold a red-tongued and red-armored black eagle, covered with a breast shield divided by silver and red, holding a lying deer pole with the ends turned down in its claws. The coat of arms was awarded on June 7, 1974 by the Ministry of the Interior of Baden-Württemberg .

The imperial eagle stands for the formerly free imperial city of Rottweil, the stag pole for the Württemberg areas of the district and the split breastplate for the areas of the Counts of Hohenberg, which later belonged to Front Austria .

See also: List of coats of arms in the Rottweil district

Economy and Infrastructure

In the Future Atlas 2016 , the Rottweil district was ranked 153rd out of 402 districts, municipal associations and urban districts in Germany, making it one of the regions with a “balanced risk-opportunity mix”. In the 2019 edition, it was ranked 77th out of 401.


In 1928 the Deutsche Reichsbahn opened a branch line from Rottweil via Schömberg to Balingen .

In the north-west of the district, a small railway junction was created in Schiltach when a branch line to the clock town of Schramberg branched off from the Hausach – Freudenstadt Kinzig Valley Railway, which was opened in 1886 . The builder was the Badische Staatsbahn for the Hausach – Schiltach section and the Württembergische Staatsbahn for the remaining sections.

Of the total network of 90 kilometers in length, 21 kilometers have now been shut down for passenger and freight traffic:

  • November 23, 1959 Schiltach – Schramberg (nine kilometers)
  • September 25, 1971 Rottweil – Schömberg (twelve kilometers)

On the routes from Rottweil to Villingen and Tuttlingen, in addition to DB trains, motor coaches of the Hohenzollerische Landesbahn AG have been running since September 1, 2003 as part of the Schwarzwald-Baar-Heuberg ring train concept.

The federal motorway 81 Stuttgart - Singen (Hohentwiel) runs through the eastern district . Furthermore, several federal, state and district roads open up the district. The most important federal highways are the B 14 Stuttgart - Stockach , which runs through the district from north to south along the Neckar , the B 462 Freudenstadt - Rottweil , which comes from the northwest and then crosses the district eastwards, and the B 27 coming from Tübingen leads to Villingen-Schwenningen and Schaffhausen in Switzerland.

Since 2017, so-called rider benches have been set up in the municipalities of the district according to the motto thumbs out.

District facilities

The Rottweil district is responsible for the following vocational schools : Rottweil commercial schools, Rottweil commercial and home economics schools (with a vocational school for geriatric care Schramberg), Schramberg commercial and home economics schools, Schramberg commercial schools, Robert-Gleichauf-Schule - Oberndorf am Neckar vocational schools and commercial schools Sulz, as well as the following special education and counseling centers : Gustav Werner School Rottweil (specialization focus on intellectual development), Wittumschule Schramberg (promotion focus on spiritual development), with the focus on learning in Schramberg, Rottweil, Oberndorf and Dunningen and Erich Kästner school with language therapy kindergarten Oberndorf am Neckar (language funding priority).

The district of Rottweil was the sole shareholder of the hospital society of the district of Rottweil mbH, founded in 1993. It was renamed in 1997 in the Rottweil District Health Center. The company operated the district hospitals in Rottweil and Schramberg until it was privatized by the Helios clinics in 2011.

The district operates its own district archive. The culture and museum center Schloss Glatt is a cultural institution of the district of Sulz a. N. and district borne together.


Donau Landkreis Freudenstadt Landkreis Tuttlingen Ortenaukreis Schwarzwald-Baar-Kreis Zollernalbkreis Aichhalden Bösingen (bei Rottweil) Deißlingen Dietingen Dornhan Dunningen Eschbronn Epfendorf Fluorn-Winzeln Hardt (Schwarzwald) Lauterbach (Schwarzwald) Oberndorf am Neckar Rottweil Rottweil Schenkenzell Schiltach Schramberg Sulz am Neckar Villingendorf Wellendingen Vöhringen (Württemberg) Zimmern ob RottweilMunicipalities in RW.svg
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Agreed administrative communities and municipal administration associations

  1. Agreed administrative partnership between the community of Dunningen and the community of Eschbronn
  2. Agreed administrative partnership between the city of Oberndorf am Neckar and the communities of Epfendorf and Fluorn-Winzeln
  3. Agreed administrative partnership between the city of Rottweil and the communities of Deißlingen, Dietingen, Wellendingen and Zimmer ob Rottweil
  4. Agreed administrative partnership between the city of Schiltach and the community of Schenkenzell
  5. Agreed administrative partnership between the city of Schramberg and the communities of Aichhalden, Hardt and Lauterbach
  6. Agreed administrative partnership between the city of Sulz am Neckar and the municipality of Vöhringen
  7. Community administration association Villingendorf with seat in Villingendorf; Member communities: Bösingen and Villingendorf
Cities in the Rottweil district
city coat of arms Area
December 31, 2018
PE density
PE per km²
above sea level
Dornhan DEU Dornhan COA.svg 000000000000044.930000000044.93 000000000006006.00000000006.006 000000000000134.0000000000134 000000000000642.0000000000642
Oberndorf am Neckar DEU Oberndorf am Neckar COA.svg 000000000000055.930000000055.93 000000000014073.000000000014,073 000000000000252.0000000000252 000000000000506.0000000000506
Rottweil , large district town Coat of arms Rottweil.svg 000000000000071.760000000071.76 000000000025274.000000000025,274 000000000000352.0000000000352 000000000000607.0000000000607
Schiltach Coat of arms Schiltach.svg 000000000000034.220000000034.22 000000000003809.00000000003,809 000000000000111.0000000000111 000000000000330.0000000000330
Schramberg , large district town Schramberger city arms 000000000000080.700000000080.70 000000000021189.000000000021,189 000000000000263.0000000000263 000000000000426.0000000000426
Sulz am Neckar DEU Sulz am Neckar COA.svg 000000000000087.600000000087.60 000000000012336.000000000012,336 000000000000141.0000000000141 000000000000443.0000000000443
Other municipalities in the Rottweil district
local community coat of arms Area
December 31, 2018
PE density
PE per km²
above sea level
Aichhalden DEU Aichhalden COA.svg 000000000000025.740000000025.74 000000000004141.00000000004.141 000000000000161.0000000000161 000000000000716.0000000000716
Bösingen DEU Bösingen COA.svg 000000000000022.450000000022.45 000000000003321.00000000003,321 000000000000148.0000000000148 000000000000649.0000000000649
Deißlingen DEU Deisslingen COA.svg 000000000000032.160000000032.16 000000000006137.00000000006.137 000000000000191.0000000000191 000000000000611.0000000000611
Dietingen DEU Dietingen COA.svg 000000000000042.250000000042.25 000000000004012.00000000004.012 000000000000095.000000000095 000000000000575.0000000000575
Dunningen DEU Dunningen COA.svg 000000000000048.440000000048.44 000000000006305.00000000006,305 000000000000130.0000000000130 000000000000666.0000000000666
Epfendorf DEU Epfendorf COA.svg 000000000000029.710000000029.71 000000000003318.00000000003,318 000000000000112.0000000000112 000000000000572.0000000000572
Eschbronn DEU Eschbronn COA.svg 000000000000011.410000000011.41 000000000002073.00000000002,073 000000000000182.0000000000182 000000000000700.0000000000700
Fluorn tiny DEU Fluorn-Winzeln COA.svg 000000000000024.590000000024.59 000000000003100.00000000003,100 000000000000126.0000000000126 000000000000649.0000000000649
Hardt DEU Hardt COA.svg 000000000000010.170000000010.17 000000000002532.00000000002,532 000000000000249.0000000000249 000000000000785.0000000000785
Lauterbach Coat of arms Lauterbach Black Forest.svg 000000000000019.950000000019.95 000000000002918.00000000002,918 000000000000146.0000000000146 000000000000579.0000000000579
Thigh cell Coat of arms Schenkenzell.svg 000000000000042.140000000042.14 000000000001799.00000000001,799 000000000000043.000000000043 000000000000361.0000000000361
Villingendorf Coat of arms Villingendorf.svg 000000000000009.33000000009.33 000000000003347.00000000003,347 000000000000359.0000000000359 000000000000621.0000000000621
Voehringen DEU Vöhringen (Württemberg) COA.svg 000000000000024.720000000024.72 000000000004335.00000000004,335 000000000000175.0000000000175 000000000000506.0000000000506
Wave things Coat of arms Wellendingen.svg 000000000000017.470000000017.47 000000000003202.00000000003,202 000000000000183.0000000000183 000000000000638.0000000000638
Rooms above Rottweil DEU Zimmer ob Rottweil COA.svg 000000000000033.760000000033.76 000000000006228.00000000006.228 000000000000184.0000000000184 000000000000663.0000000000663

Municipalities before the district reform

Before the district reform in 1973 or before the community reform , the (old) Rottweil district had a total of 53 communities since 1938 , including 4 towns .

On March 7, 1968, the state parliament of Baden-Württemberg set the course for a community reform . With the law to strengthen the administrative power of smaller municipalities , it was possible for smaller municipalities to voluntarily unite to form larger municipalities. The beginning in the old district of Rottweil was made on January 1st, 1969 by the municipality of Bach and Altenberg, which merged with the municipality of Rötenberg . In the period that followed, the number of communities steadily decreased. As a result of the municipal reform, the Rottweil district also lost three municipalities before the district reform. On January 1, 1971, the municipality of Reutin was incorporated into the town of Alpirsbach and thus moved to the Freudenstadt district . On January 1, 1972, the city of Schwenningen am Neckar (including the municipality of Mühlhausen, which was incorporated on January 1, 1970) was combined with the city of Villingen to form the new city of Villingen-Schwenningen and thus moved to the district of Villingen.

The remaining municipalities of the old Rottweil district merged into the newly enlarged Rottweil district on January 1, 1973, while Deißlingen was incorporated into the newly formed Schwarzwald-Baar district , but returned to the Rottweil district on January 1, 1974. On February 1, 1973, the community of Schörzingen moved to the Zollernalbkreis because it was incorporated into the community of Schömberg . On April 1, 1974, the communities of Peterzell and Römlinsdorf moved to the Freudenstadt district because they were incorporated into the town of Alpirsbach. On July 1, 1974, the municipalities of Aichhalden and Rötenberg merged to form the municipality of Aichhalden . On January 1, 1975, the community of Weigheim moved to the Schwarzwald-Baar district because it was incorporated into the city of Villingen-Schwenningen.

The largest municipality in the old Rottweil district was the town of Schwenningen am Neckar, which has been a major district town since April 1, 1956 . The smallest community was Goesslingen.

The old district of Rottweil included last an area of 558 square kilometers , and had in the census in 1970 a total of 138,468 inhabitants.

The table shows the population development of the old Rottweil district up to 1970. All population figures are census results.

date Residents
May 17, 1939 97.932
September 13, 1950 104,212
date Residents
June 6, 1961 124.177
May 27, 1970 138,468

In the table, the municipalities of the old Rottweil district are before the municipal reform.

Rottweil district before the district reform
former parish today's parish today's district Resident
on June 6, 1961
Aichhalden Aichhalden Rottweil 2,205
Aistaig Oberndorf am Neckar Rottweil 1,475
Altoberndorf Oberndorf am Neckar Rottweil 761
Bach and Altenberg Aichhalden Rottweil 268
Beffendorf Oberndorf am Neckar Rottweil 705
Bochingen Oberndorf am Neckar Rottweil 1,201
Boehringen Dietingen Rottweil 661
Boll Oberndorf am Neckar Rottweil 623
Bösingen Bösingen Rottweil 1,119
Deißlingen Deißlingen Rottweil 3.159
Dietingen Dietingen Rottweil 1,083
Dunningen Dunningen Rottweil 2,229
Epfendorf Epfendorf Rottweil 1,513
Feckenhausen Rottweil Rottweil 232
Floezlingen Rooms above Rottweil Rottweil 510
Fluorine Fluorn tiny Rottweil 1,370
Goellsdorf Rottweil Rottweil 1,452
Goesslingen Dietingen Rottweil 195
Hardt Hardt Rottweil 1,395
Harthausen Epfendorf Rottweil 425
Hausen ob Rottweil Rottweil Rottweil 430
Gentlemen's rooms Bösingen Rottweil 901
Hochmössingen Oberndorf am Neckar Rottweil 962
Horgen Rooms above Rottweil Rottweil 505
Irslingen Dietingen Rottweil 735
Lackendorf Dunningen Rottweil 351
Lauffen ob Rottweil Deißlingen Rottweil 1,100
Lauterbach Lauterbach Rottweil 3,914
Locherhof Eschbronn Rottweil 600
Mariazell Eschbronn Rottweil 745
Mulhouse Villingen-Schwenningen Black Forest Baar 489
Neufra Rottweil Rottweil 584
Neukirch Rottweil Rottweil 419
Oberndorf am Neckar , city Oberndorf am Neckar Rottweil 7,511
Peterzell Alpirsbach Freudenstadt 579
Reutin Alpirsbach Freudenstadt 369
Römlinsdorf Alpirsbach Freudenstadt 321
Rötenberg Aichhalden Rottweil 1,213
Red rooms Dietingen Rottweil 260
Rottweil , city Rottweil Rottweil 17,876
Schörzingen Schömberg Zollernalb district 1,096
Schramberg , city Schramberg Rottweil 18,114
Schwenningen am Neckar ,
large district town
Villingen-Schwenningen Black Forest Baar 32,232
Seedorf Dunningen Rottweil 1,293
Stetten ob Rottweil Rooms above Rottweil Rottweil 429
Trichtingen Epfendorf Rottweil 564
Villingendorf Villingendorf Rottweil 1,652
Waldmössingen Schramberg Rottweil 1,059
Weigheim Villingen-Schwenningen Black Forest Baar 670
Wave things Wave things Rottweil 1,207
Tiny Fluorn tiny Rottweil 1,226
Zepfenhan Rottweil Rottweil 463
Rooms above Rottweil Rooms above Rottweil Rottweil 1,803

License Plate

On July 1, 1956, the district was assigned the distinctive sign RW when the vehicle registration number that is still valid today was introduced . It is still issued today.


  • The state of Baden-Württemberg. Volume VI: Freiburg administrative region. Official description by districts and communities (in eight volumes). Edited by the Baden-Württemberg State Archives Directorate. Stuttgart 1982, ISBN 3-17-007174-2 .
  • The Rottweil district. (= Baden-Württemberg, the state in its districts). Edited by the Baden-Württemberg State Archives Directorate in conjunction with the Rottweil district; 2 volumes. Jan Thorbecke Verlag, Stuttgart 2003, ISBN 3-7995-1365-5 .
  • Wolfram Angerbauer (Red.): The heads of the upper offices, district offices and district offices in Baden-Württemberg from 1810 to 1972 . Published by the working group of the district archives at the Baden-Württemberg district assembly. Theiss, Stuttgart 1996, ISBN 3-8062-1213-9 .

Web links

Commons : Landkreis Rottweil  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. State Statistical Office Baden-Württemberg - Population by nationality and gender on December 31, 2018 (CSV file) ( help on this ).
  2. ↑ Survey of land according to type of actual use in 2015
  3. LUBW protected area statistics ( Memento from January 20, 2015 in the Internet Archive )
  4. ^ Edict of Organization 1806. Retrieved November 4, 2017 .
  5. ^ Eberhard Gönner, Günther Haselier: Baden-Württemberg. History of its countries and territories . Ploetz, Freiburg 1975, ISBN 3-87640-052-X , p. 82 f .
  6. a b 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, Stuttgart / Mainz 1983, ISBN 3-17-003263-1 , p. 514 ff. and 532 .
  7. Armin Schulz: Part of the DNA comes from the Black Forest | Portrait | In the Rottweil district, the Greens came up with the women's quota | Christine Muscheler-Frohne was at the forefront 40 years ago . Ed .: Black Forest Messenger. No. 285 , December 9, 2019.
  8.  ( page no longer available , search in web archivesInfo: The link was automatically marked as defective. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. Distribution of votes in the district elections 1989–2009.@1@ 2Template: Toter Link /  
  9.  ( page no longer available , search in web archivesInfo: The link was automatically marked as defective. Please check the link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. Distribution of seats in district elections 1989–2009.@1@ 2Template: Toter Link /  
  10. Future Atlas 2016. Archived from the original on October 2, 2017 ; accessed on March 23, 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 /
  11. PROGNOS future atlas. Handelsblatt, accessed on December 10, 2019 .
  12. Trichtingen now has a passenger bench . In: Black Forest Messenger . R 2 183rd year (2017) No. 223 , 2017.
  13. Helios Kliniken - KommunalWiki. Retrieved November 4, 2017 .
  14. ^ Rottweil district | District Archives. In: Retrieved March 11, 2016 .
  15. ^ Rottweil district | KMZ Glatt Castle. In: Retrieved March 11, 2016 .