List of districts of Salzburg

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The statutory city and locality of Salzburg are subdivided into 24 districts and 3 landscape areas. But it can also be divided into 14  cadastral communities . The city of Salzburg is also subdivided into 33 census districts for purely statistical purposes of the Magistrate and Statistics Austria .

The Salzburg districts


The city of Salzburg consists of 24 districts and 3 landscape areas. This recently created reorganization reflects the actual settlement structure of the city. The city districts are in turn divided into settlement areas (shown in the plan with intense colors) and landscape areas (shown in the plan with light color values). They reflect the structure of extensive inner-city open spaces typical of Salzburg (city mountains, park-like grassland, agricultural zones, natural spaces).

  • Old town (237.14 ha): Left old town with the Kaiviertel (as well as Mönchsberg and Festungsberg) and right old town with the inner and outer stone (as well as the Kapuzinerberg and Bürgelstein)
  • Neustadt (50.72 ha): Andräviertel
  • Mülln (41.37 ha): Inneres Mülln, Outer Mülln and the hospital district
  • Riedenburg (210.14 ha): Inner Riedenburg, Outer Riedenburg and Riedenburg-St.Paul (as well as the Leopoldskroner Weiher)
  • Nonntal (126.58 ha): Inner and Outer Nonntal (with Freissal)
  • Maxglan (574.93 ha): Altmaxglan, Burgfried, Neumaxglan, Glanhofen and Maxglan-Riedenburg. The airport is also located in this district
  • Lehen (128.83 ha) with the joke Hauser field settlement
  • Liefering (697.89 ha): Alt-Liefering, Rott, Liefering Nord, Liefering-Süd, Liefering-Lehenau, trout trail settlement, salt axis settlement (including Herrenau / Saalachspitz)
  • Aigen (355.59 ha) Glas, Aigen-Mitte and Abfalter
  • Parsch (194.77 ha): Parsch-Gersberg, Parsch-Süd, Inneres Parsch and Wolfsgartenfeld
  • Gnigl (149.95 ha): Obergnigl, Niedergnigl, Neuhauserfeld and Gnigl-Nord
  • Itzling (251.86 ha): Itzling Ost (Gleisdreieck), Itzling Mitte, Wasserfeld- and Ausraßensiedlung in the west (and Plainbergfuß)
  • Elisabeth-Vorstadt (72.61 ha) with Froschheim (part close to the Salzach)
  • Morzg (460.81 ha) with Kleinmain
  • Gneiss (169.81 ha): church settlement, gneiss moss and Thumegg
  • Leopoldskroner Moos (794.60 ha): Obermoos, Mittermoos, Untermoos, Leopoldskronweihersiedlung

Younger districts are:

The three landscape areas of the city are:

Cadastral communities

The cadastral communities , i.e. the historically created land register structure, differs in some cases significantly from the new urban structure adapted to the actual settlement area. Most of the cadastral parishes around the old town emerged from the incorporations and, where parish areas were divided, are numbered for the purpose of updating.

100 hectares = 1 km²

Census districts

Census districts and census districts , their subdivisions, are primarily used for official statistical surveys ( population censuses , building status, economic statistics , etc.) and are also only rarely changed for the purpose of comparing time series (they were partially re-adjusted in 2012 due to the new city structure). The counting districts, between one and over 10 per district, are simply numbered (common throughout Austria: district two-digit identification number, district three-digit with the district number in front).

The aim of the structure is a certain uniformity of the data: The number of inhabitants (resident population) per census district is between 300 and 9,000, the building stock between 100 and around 2000, for the census districts up to a maximum of around 2500 or 700, depending on the settlement structure of the area.

Systematics: left the Salzach north to south, then (from 38) right the Salzach north to south
Area changes:
(1) minor change north of Schloss Leopoldskron
(2) Hellbrunn now without a municipal cemetery
(3) Place name Kleingmain specified
(4) Minor change in the area of ​​the Sbg-Nord junction
(5)minor change regarding Outer stone

Literature and web links

Individual evidence

  1. Statistical census districts and census districts ,
  2. The open spaces make up 57% of the urban area. In the reform of the Grassland Declaration 2007, this was placed under strict construction protection ( Salzburg Green Belt , referendum 1998).
    City landscapes placed under permanent protection , → Altstadt & Tourismus ;
    The city mountains are also designated as landscape protection areas, a protection class of nature conservation law that also imposes structural restrictions. Valuable cultural and natural space , → Altstadt & Tourismus ; see also list of landscape protection areas in the state of Salzburg
  3. to the area after gazetteer 2001 . Due to the modern GIS implementation since then, newer values ​​can differ noticeably.
  4. ^ Salzburg in figures: Statistical census districts and census districts ,