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Coordinates: 49 ° 59 '  N , 8 ° 34'  E

Basic data
State : Hesse
Administrative region : Darmstadt
Circle : Gross-Gerau
Height : 104 m above sea level NHN
Area : 44.15 km 2
Residents: 34,891 (Dec. 31, 2019)
Population density : 790 inhabitants per km 2
Postal code : 64546
Area code : 06105
License plate : GG
Community key : 06 4 33 008
City structure: 2 districts

City administration address :
Westendstrasse 8
64546 Mörfelden-Walldorf
Website :
Mayor : Thomas Winkler ( Greens )
Location of the city of Mörfelden-Walldorf in the Groß-Gerau district
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Mörfelden-Walldorf, with Frankfurt Airport in the background

Mörfelden-Walldorf is a twin town with over 34,000 inhabitants, after Rüsselsheim am Main, the second largest town in the Groß-Gerau district in southern Hesse .

The southern part of Frankfurt Airport is partly in the area of ​​the city of Mörfelden-Walldorf.


Geographical location

Mörfelden-Walldorf is located in the sub -Main level in the Rhine-Main area , in the triangle between the southern Hessian cities of Frankfurt am Main , Darmstadt and Wiesbaden and south of Frankfurt Airport . The city centers of Walldorf in the north and Mörfelden in the south are around 3.8 kilometers apart. Between the two districts there is still an undeveloped open space of up to 1.5 kilometers, only interrupted by a tree school and a comprehensive school. In the west, the urban area is part of the extensive Mönchbruch nature reserve . East of Mörfelden, on the A 5 , is the Oberwaldberg (145 m), which arose from a former garbage dump, the highest point in the Groß-Gerau district.

Neighboring communities and districts

Mörfelden-Walldorf borders in the north on the independent city of Frankfurt am Main and the city of Neu-Isenburg ( Offenbach district ), in the east on the city of Langen and the municipality of Egelsbach (both in the Offenbach district), in the south on the municipality of Erzhausen and the city of Weiterstadt (both district of Darmstadt-Dieburg ) and the municipality of Büttelborn , and in the west to the city of Groß-Gerau , the municipality of Nauheim and the city of Rüsselsheim am Main .

City structure

Mörfelden-Walldorf consists of the two districts of Mörfelden and Walldorf . With the deserted Guntheim there used to be another place northeast of Walldorf.



Mörfelden was first mentioned in Codex Laureshamensis from 830 to 850 under the name Mersenualt and belongs to the Franconian imperial estate. In the historical documents Mörfelden place in the following centuries, among other things with these place names Mention: Mersfelt in 1016, Mersevelt in the 13th and 14th centuries, Merßfeldt 1413 Merffeld 1550 More Felden 1573, up from 1,614 Mörfelden remains common. The Mörfeld church was already run in 1304 as a "parish church with a branch on the Gundhof".

In the Middle Ages, there were large forests around Mörfelden , which were part of the Dreieich Reich Forest, the so-called Wildbann Dreieich . The legal relationships of the wild bans were recorded in a wild banned manner. This was written down in 1338 at the instigation of Emperor Ludwig the Bavarian on the May court in Langen. The Mersevelt Wildhube is mentioned among the 30 Wildhuben mentioned there.

Due to its favorable traffic situation on trade routes since time immemorial, Mörfelden developed into an important trading and traffic center, which received its own customs office in the 15th century. The Thirty Years War interrupted this development. The village was plundered and devastated several times. The plague then contributed to the fact that at the end of the war in 1648 almost nothing was left of the emerging trading center. It took many decades until the population of around 500 was reached again. At the end of the 18th century, Mörfelden only had about 900 inhabitants again.

In 1600 Mörfelden became part of the Landgraviate of Hesse-Darmstadt , which became part of the Grand Duchy of Hesse in 1806 . It was administered by the Kelsterbach Office until 1820 , which from 1816 belonged to the Starkenburg Province of the Grand Duchy of Hesse. In 1821 district districts were introduced in the Grand Duchy and Mörfelden was assigned to the district of Langen . In 1832 the units were enlarged one more time and circles were created. This brought Mörfelden to the Groß-Gerau district. The provinces, the counties and the administrative districts of the Grand Duchy were abolished on July 31, 1848 and replaced by administrative districts, but this was reversed on May 12, 1852. As a result, Mörfelden belonged to the Darmstadt administrative district between 1848 and 1852 , before the Groß-Gerau district was again responsible for the higher-level administration. The place remained there until today through all further administrative reforms.

In the 19th century the place developed into a workers 'settlement, in the 1920s it even became a stronghold of the workers' movement . This development was violently ended in the 1930s by the National Socialist rulers .

After the Second World War and the currency reform of 1948, Mörfelden became a preferred residential area. Initially through the admission of displaced persons and refugees and later through constant influx from outside, a strong increase in population set in, which has persisted until the present day.

The municipality was elevated to a city on March 18, 1968 by the Hessian Minister of the Interior .


Walldorf was founded in 1699 as the "Waldensian colony at Gundhof" by 14 families. Earlier, Landgrave Ernst-Ludwig von Hessen-Darmstadt had agreed to accept Waldensians - Protestant French refugees - in his country, which had been largely depopulated by the Thirty Years' War. In 1715 the place got its current name. It shares administrative history with Mörfelden.

After long years of financial difficulties, Walldorf was able to build a church in 1804/05 with the help of donations from the Reformed congregations in Frankfurt, Holland, Great Britain and Switzerland. The German language only gradually gained acceptance, but in 1815 even the service was no longer held in French.

After the Frankfurt - Mannheim railway started operating in 1879, the previously rural town turned into a workers' settlement. The upswing, characterized by constant influx, was interrupted by the two world wars.

From 23 August to 24 November 1944 in Walldorf consisting KZ Walldorf . 1,700 Jewish girls and women were abducted from Hungary in 1944 and had to carry out expansion and repair work on the runways at Frankfurt Airport. This chapter of the past was forgotten for the time being and was only rediscovered in 1972 by three interested young people. In the meantime, this topic has also been addressed in the film Rollbahn (2003). Since 2000, a historical educational trail with a memorial stone as a starting point has been a reminder of the former Walldorf subcamp; it was opened in the presence of surviving women from the camp and with the assistance of Peter Härtling .

After the Second World War, many displaced persons and refugees had to be taken in, which brought many problems with it, but also drove the development into a small town.

In 1962 the municipality was elevated to a city by resolution of the Hessian state parliament.


The city of Mörfelden-Walldorf was created on January 1, 1977 as part of the regional reform in Hesse through a merger of the previously independent cities of Mörfelden and Walldorf under the pressure of a request for incorporation by the city of Frankfurt am Main through the law on the reorganization of the district of Groß-Gerau . For one year the city was then called Waldfelden , but at the request of the magistrate of the newly founded city, the state government renamed it Mörfelden-Walldorf with effect from January 1, 1978.

In 1973 the Bertha-von-Suttner School was built in the An den Nußbäume land district between Walldorf and Mörfelden as an integrated comprehensive school with upper secondary school. Its central location symbolizes the imaginary center of the twin towns of Mörfelden-Walldorf.


Population structure

According to the 2011 census , there were 32,380 inhabitants in Mörfelden-Walldorf on May 9, 2011. These included 5,992 (18.5%) foreigners of whom 2709 came from outside the EU , in 1998 from other European countries and 1285 from other countries. Of the German residents, 13.3% had a migration background . The inhabitants lived in 14,889 households. Of these, 5367 were single households , 3670 couples with children and 4226 couples without children, as well as 1052 single parents and 584 shared apartments .

Population development

Mörfelden-Walldorf: Population from 1978 to 2015
year     Residents
Swell: ; 2011 census; 2015:

Religious affiliation

 Source: Historical local dictionary

• 2011: 8,620 Protestant (= 26.7%), 6,260 Catholic (= 19.4%), 920 Orthodox (= 2.8%), 1920 non-believers (= 5.9%), 14250 other (= 44.1%) residents

Gainful employment

The municipality in comparison with the district, administrative district Darmstadt and Hesse:

  year local community district Administrative district Hesse
Employees subject to social security contributions 2017 13,190 98,042 1,695,567 2,524,156
Change to 2000 + 37.3% + 5.4% + 16.1% + 16.0%
of which full-time 2017 72.2% 75.9% 72.8% 71.8%
of which part-time 2017 37.8% 24.1% 27.2% 28.2%
Only marginally paid employees 2017 2,240 13,048 224.267 372.991
Change to 2000 −56.9% −9.6% + 9.0% + 8.8%
Branch year local community district Administrative district Hesse
Manufacturing 2000 29.5% 43.8% 27.0% 30.6%
2017 *)% 33.2% 20.4% 24.3%
Commerce, hospitality and transport 2000 35.3% 27.6% 26.4% 25.1%
2017 32.0% 27.9% 24.7% 23.8%
Business services 2000 21.7% 14.0% 25.1% 20.2%
2017 29.1% 19.9% 31.6% 26.1%
other services 2000 12.0% 13.7% 20.1% 22.5%
2017 13.4% 18.6% 23.0% 25.4%
Other (or without assignment) 2000 1.5% 1.0% 1.4% 1.5%
2017 25.5% 0.5% 0.3% 0.4%

*) anonymized


The workers' parties have always been strong in Mörfelden-Walldorf; before 1933, the two then independent districts were strongholds of the KPD . For a long time the NSDAP was unable to gain a foothold in Mörfelden.

In the local elections on March 6, 2016, the SPD remained the strongest party despite significant losses. The winners of the election were the first-time free voters, who got 10 seats in parliament from scratch, and the DKP , which has been represented here in the local parliament since the 1970s. The FDP was also able to improve from 1 to 3 seats in the last local election in 2011. Since the resistance movement against the West runway at Frankfurt Airport, the Greens have traditionally been firmly anchored in Mörfelden-Walldorf, but they have currently suffered enormous losses.

City Council

The local elections on March 6, 2016 produced the following results, compared to previous local elections:

Distribution of seats in the 2016 city council
A total of 45 seats
Parties and constituencies 2016 2011 2006 2001 1997
Share a Seats Share a Seats Share a Seats Share a Seats Share a Seats
Social Democratic Party of Germany SPD 26.6 12 35.5 16 38.6 18th 43.7 20th 47.8 22nd
Free voters FW 22.8 10 - - - - - - - -
Christian Democratic Union of Germany CDU 18.8 9 26.0 12 28.4 13 26.8 12 25.3 12
German Communist Party / Left List DKP / LL 13.8 6th 8.7 4th 11.6 5 - - - -
Alliance 90 / The Greens GREEN 11.5 5 24.0 11 16.3 7th 16.4 7th 13.2 6th
Free Democratic Party FDP 6.5 3 3.7 1 5.0 2 4.8 2 3.6 -
German Communist Party / Open List DKP / OL - - - - - - 8.3 4th 10.2 5
Human Environment Animal Welfare Party Animal welfare party - - 1.9 1 - - - - - -
Free citizens of Mörfelden-Walldorf BüMöWa - - 0.2 - - - - - - -
percentage of invalid votes 4.3 5.3 3.6 3.6 3.1
Total seats 45 45 45 45 45
voter turnout 42.6% 41.9% 41.6% 53.8% 63.9%
a percentage of the valid votes cast


Mayor of Mörfelden-Walldorf
Term of office Surname Political party
1977-2007 Bernhard Brehl SPD , previously mayor

from Walldorf

2007 – July 2019 Heinz-Peter Becker SPD ,

2002–2007: 1st City Council

from July 2019 Thomas Winkler Alliance 90 / The Greens

Mayor is Thomas Winkler (Bündnis 90 / Die Grünen). He replaced Heinz-Peter Becker (SPD) on July 20, 2019 , after winning the runoff election on April 7, 2019 with 56.49% (Heinz-Peter Becker scored 43.51%). In the election on March 24, 2019, Thomas Winkler had 33.86% of the vote, just ahead of Heinz Peter Becker (31.27%) as well as Karsten Groß (CDU, 27.40%) and Alfred Arndt (DKP / Linke Liste, 7 , 48%).

In the previous election on March 3, 2013, Becker was confirmed in office. In the first ballot he prevailed with 55.6 percent against competitors Kirsten Schork ( CDU ) and Gerhard Schulmeyer ( DKP / LL ).


On December 16, 2018, the citizens of Mörfelden-Walldorf decided to keep their fire brigades spread over two locations. Parliament had previously decided to merge them into a new building.

In September 1995 the population had spoken out in favor of using the old town hall in Mörfelden as an administrative building instead of a cultural café.

Town twinning

The city of Mörfelden-Walldorf maintains the following city ​​partnerships :

Culture and sights

  • Mörfelden district
  • Walldorf district

In the Walldorf district, the Hamburger Betreuungs- und Wohnungsbaugesellschaft mbH (Bewobau) built a residential estate based on designs by Richard Neutra in the early 1960s . The settlement consists of 42 single or two-story single and double houses, which are designed as type buildings . Typical features of the Neutra style are characteristic of the houses, such as large glass surfaces, flowing transitions between interior and exterior spaces, “ reflecting ponds ”, overhanging flat roofs with “spider leg” supports and asymmetrical floor plans. The buildings have been a listed building since 1984. Bewobau built a similar settlement based on Neutra designs at the same time as the Bewobau settlement of Quickborn .


  • Mörfelder Heimatmuseum
  • Walldorf local history museum

Long-distance cultural hiking trail Huguenot and Waldensian trails

The Huguenot and Waldensian long-distance cultural hiking trail leads from La Poët-Laval in France and Torino in Italy via Mörfelden-Walldorf to Bad Karlshafen in northern Hesse. A 9-kilometer section of the 1,800-kilometer hiking trail leads along the Oberwaldsee (east of Mörfelden) and through Walldorf. At the Oberwaldsee and the Schnepfensee, the history of the Waldensians is presented on display boards with the themes of faith and society, the medieval lay and poverty movement and the arrival in a foreign country.

Art in public space

In relation to its population, the city has an astonishing number of modern works of art to be admired in public spaces. The city is right at the top in a national comparison. The reason and origin can be found in the annual sculpture exhibition Sculptures in the Park , which the chemist and artist Otto Schaffner brought to life in 1998. He later founded the Mörfelden-Walldorf Municipal Gallery together with other artists. In addition to other exhibitions of contemporary art, the municipal gallery organizes the sculptures in the park (with award winners) every summer . In recent years established and internationally successful sculptors, including ER Nele , Vera Röhm , Ottmar Hörl or Werner Pokorny , as well as younger artists have presented their works here. In this way, the sculptures in the park developed into an event that was recognized beyond the region. Many of the sculptures in the public urban space are on loan from the exhibiting artists or could be acquired by the city following the sculptures in the park .

Regular events

  • Merfeller Curb ( St. Gallus Day )
  • Walldorf notch
  • Grand meeting of the Carneval Association of the "1.CCW Die Buschspatzen" in Walldorf
  • Splendor and ladies' meeting of the Carneval Association Mörfelden "Die Sandhasen" e. V.
  • Sculpture Park (in summer)
  • "Schools out for Summer" festival
  • "Latwejefest"
  • "Gundbach Open Air" by the Walldorf fire department
  • Old Town Festival (irregular)
  • "Rund um die Kersch" (church) (festival of the Protestant parish)
  • Walldorf fishing festival
  • Hut festival at the Schnepfensee
  • Walldorf Gickelfest
  • "Wine Festival" of the Rot-Weiss Walldorf
  • International Children's Festival on April 23rd


  • TTC Mörfelden: In the past, TTC Mörfelden was one of the leading German table tennis clubs . In the 1950s he was German champion four times: 1954/55, 1955/56, 1956/57 and 1959/60. He was also one of the founding clubs of the table tennis Bundesliga , to which he belonged from 1966 to 1969 and from 1971 to 1981.
  • TGS Walldorf: The Turngesellschaft Walldorf 1896 e. V. has over 4000 members and offers numerous sports activities. Aikido: The Aikido department of TGS-Walldorf was founded in 1972 by Alfred Heymann. Fitness studio: Forms the largest department within the club with over 1000 members. The TGS fitness studio was expanded to include a further part of the building in 2007. Other sports: handball, fistball, marksmen, archery, athletics, winter sports and inline skating, hiking, climbing, skat, tennis, dancing (standard and Latin), judo, gymnastics and health sports, grassroots and recreational sports, flag football, jazz and modern Dance, country and western dance, rope skipping, gymnastics
  • Rot-Weiß Walldorf: The popular sports club SV Rot-Weiß Walldorf , founded in 1914, has a football department and table tennis, bowling, gymnastics and music.
  • Sports and cultural association (SKV) Mörfelden : Aikido, accordion, badminton, wind band , disabled sports , folklore, football, singing, gymnastics, handball, cardiac sports, judo, bowling, athletics, cycling, dancing, tennis, gymnastics, volleyball, water sports, winter sports .
  • SKG Walldorf 1888 e. V .: football, tennis, table tennis, mini golf, shooting, singing, volleyball, gymnastics, boules, carnival, cricket, boxing, RCW racing club
  • SC Kickers 1966 e. V. Mörfelden: Football (women's and girls' football)
  • Shooting club Tell-Mörfelden: air rifle, air pistol, small bore rifle, muzzle loader rifle and flintlock, percussion and matchlock pistols , large-caliber pistols and rifles.
  • Olympia Mörfelden, 1987 winner of the World Cup bowling
  • Motor-Sport-Club Mörfelden eV, founded in 1971, its members successfully took part in various German rallies and orientation drives in the 1970s. Since the mid-1980s, the association has concentrated on the care and maintenance of classic vehicles (oldtimers), which are maintained in the association's own workshop. The members regularly take part in regularity and orientation drives and represent the association at numerous national and international classic car events.

Freetime activities

Economy and Infrastructure

Land use

The municipal area covers a total area of ​​4415 hectares, of which in hectares are:

Type of use 2011 2015
Building and open space 562 564
from that Living 365 367
Business 43 43
Operating area 37 38
from that Mining land 8th 8th
Recreation area 47 49
from that Green area 25th 26th
traffic area 318 318
Agricultural area 910 903
from that moor 0 0
pagan 0 0
Forest area 2460 2461
Water surface 66 66
Other use 15th 15th


Elementary schools

  • Albert Schweitzer School, Mörfelden district
  • Mayor Klingler School in the Mörfelden district
  • Wilhelm Arnoul School, Walldorf district
  • Waldensian School, Walldorf district

Comprehensive school


The regional television broadcaster rheinmaintv has had its headquarters in Mörfeld's eastern industrial park since February 2014 .

The Frankfurter Societäts-Druckerei GmbH is located in the industrial area of ​​Mörfelden . The printer is u. a. responsible for printing the "Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung", "Frankfurter Neue Presse", "Frankfurter Rundschau" and "Die Zeit".


Road traffic

The city is in a very central location in terms of road technology. It is very well connected to the road network by 2 federal highways:

  • The B 44 Frankfurt <-> Mannheim running from northeast to southwest , which connects to Groß-Gerau in the southwest;
  • The west to east running B 486 from Rüsselsheim to near Eppertshausen , which connects in the east to Langen and in the west to Rüsselsheim.

The B 44 also connects the two districts of Mörfelden and Walldorf on its east side, while the B 486 runs through the southern district of Mörfelden.

A total of 4 motorway connections are in the immediate vicinity:

  • In the northwest, the Zeppelinheim junction of the A 5 , around 5.6 km from the northeast outskirts of the Walldorf district, accessible via the B 44 and L 3262;
  • To the east, the Langen / Mörfelden junction of the A 5 , only 1.7 km from the eastern outskirts of the Mörfelden district, accessible via the B 486;
  • In the south-west the Groß-Gerau junction of the A 67 , around 7.1 km from the south-west outskirts of the Mörfelden district, accessible via the B 44;
  • In the west, the Rüsselsheim-Ost junction of the A 67 , around 6.5 km from the western outskirts of the Mörfelden district, also accessible via the B 486.

State or district roads lead to the other surrounding towns:

  • With the L 3113 there is a direct road to Darmstadt, which branches off from the B 44 in the southeast of Mörfelden. It runs through Graefenhausen and offers connections to other parts of the city of Weiterstadt .
  • Around 1.6 km southwest of the outskirts of Mörfelden, the K 164 branches off from the B 44 to Worfelden and thus also offers connections to other parts of Büttelborn .
  • The K 152 connects the two parts of the city on its west side, it continues in the northeast to the airport and Kelsterbach .

Public transportation

Its location on the Frankfurt to Mannheim leading Riedbahn Morfelden-Walldorf is very well served by public transport. The S-Bahn line S7 runs every half hour from Frankfurt to Riedstadt-Goddelau. It is supplemented by the hourly Regional Express Line 70 (RE70), which enables direct connections to Frankfurt and Mannheim. With the Mörfelden train station and the Walldorf train station , both parts of the city have independent stops.

Water supply

The city has its own municipal utilities, which are responsible for both the water supply and the sewer system. The sewer network has a length of around 124 km. The associated sewage treatment plant has been cleaning the wastewater from both parts of the city since 1994. It is working at its capacity limit, is in need of renovation and is being gradually renewed (as of 2018). A fourth stage for removing drug residues is also built in.

In 2017, the smallest amounts of trace substances were detected in groundwater for the first time, including a. Residues from pharmaceuticals and pesticides. Their concentration is harmless and lies below all limit and orientation values ​​of the Federal Environment Agency. It has only recently become possible to measure such concentrations. The residues come from the sewage treatment plant in Langen.


Born in Mörfelden-Walldorf

Connected to Mörfelden-Walldorf

  • Wilhelm Kreuder (1904–1974), painter and art teacher
  • Bernd Rosemeyer (1909–1938), German racing driver, had a fatal accident on January 28, 1938 on the Reichsautobahn Frankfurt – Darmstadt near Mörfelden-Walldorf.
  • Kurt Oeser (1928–2007), parish priest in Mörfelden
  • Peter Härtling (1933–2017), writer and honorary citizen of the city; lived in Mörfelden-Walldorf
  • Erich Arndt (* 1938), table tennis player; lives in Mörfelden-Walldorf
  • Christoph Oeser (* 1956), jazz musician
  • Sybille Schönberger (* 1977), German star chef; lives in Mörfelden-Walldorf
  • Emilíana Torrini (* 1977), Icelandic singer, music producer, composer; lived for some time in Mörfelden-Walldorf
  • Tanja Krämer (* 1980), table tennis player; lives in Mörfelden-Walldorf
  • Wolfgang Solz (1940–2017), soccer player from Eintracht Frankfurt; lived in Mörfelden-Walldorf
  • Kevin Pezzoni (* 1989), professional soccer player, played for Rot-Weiß Walldorf in his youth
  • Andreas Heinz (* 1991), badminton player, first at SKG Walldorf
  • Niklas Süle (* 1995), professional soccer player and national team player


Web links

Commons : Mörfelden-Walldorf  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

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