Magistrate of the City of Vienna
The Municipality of the City of Vienna since November 1920 at the same time Office of the Vienna Provincial Government , is after the Vienna city constitution (WStV) from the mayor, the official leading councilors and councilors (currently state government and Aldermen Ludwig ), the Chief Executive Director (also the State Office Director ) and the corresponding number of servants. The magistrate has to take care of the business of the municipality and the state of Vienna and to deal with official matters, unless other organs are entrusted with this. It is also the district administrative authority for Vienna . The term magistrate has existed for an authority operating in Vienna since 1783.
Parts of the magistrate (overview)
The magistrate includes:
- the mayor as board member (since 2018: Michael Ludwig );
- the executive city councilors who lead the business groups ;
- the municipal director as head of the entire internal service (currently: Erich Hechtner);
- the municipal departments subordinate to the business groups , companies such as B. the hospital association and companies
- the magistrate district offices , which carry out the tasks assigned to them under the direct supervision of the magistrate director;
- the City Audit Office , until December 31, 2013 Control Office of the City of Vienna; he has to carry out audits at the decision of the municipal council or its city audit committee as well as at the request of the mayor or an official city council, but is otherwise free of instructions on the scope and type of audit work (Director: Peter Pollak). The powers of the city audit office were expanded considerably with the amendment to the city audit office, which was passed by the state parliament on November 21, 2013, compared to the previous control office rights.
The mayor is the head of the magistrate and is responsible for its management. He is authorized to give instructions to each employee (exceptions exist for the city audit office). He issues rules of procedure and business division of the magistrate. In cases that cannot be postponed, he can decide instead of other city authorities.
Executive city councilors, business groups
The existing magistrate departments and companies are each assigned to one of the following (currently seven) business groups (GGr.), At the head of which is a city councilor (currently four GGr.) Or an officially leading city council (currently three GGr.):
- Business group women, education, integration, youth and personnel
- Business group finance, economy and international affairs
- Culture, Science and Sport business group
- Health, Social Affairs and Generations business group
- Business group urban development, traffic, climate protection, energy planning and citizen participation
- Environment and Wiener Stadtwerke business group
- Housing, Housing and Urban Renewal Business Group
In earlier terms of office in the Second Republic there were up to twelve business groups (abbreviation: GGr.), Which were numbered with Roman numerals, e.g. B. the GGr. III - Culture with the Department of Culture (MA 7), the City Library (MA 9), the Museum Department (MA 10) and the City Archives (MA 67). Today MA 7 is only called Culture, MA 9 Vienna Library in the City Hall , the City Archives as Vienna City and State Archives are now MA 8 and the museum department no longer exists, as the Vienna Museum has been spun off from the Magistrate as a separate public corporation .
Current status: State government and city senate Ludwig .
The management of the "internal service" for the entire magistrate (personnel deployment, organization, service regulations, etc.) is incumbent on the magistrate director (internal: "the MD"), who can assign orders to every magistrate employee (except: the city audit office), and the magistrate's directorate subordinate to him. The municipal director, who also acts as the regional office director , reports personally to the mayor and governor. Magistrate directors since 1945 were:
- Viktor Kritscha 1945–1953
- Walter Kinzl 1953–1962
- Rudolf Ertl 1962–1975
- Josef Bandion 1975–1995
- Ernst Theimer 1995-2010
- Erich Hechtner 2010–
In the magistrate's office (abbreviation: MD), organizational units have been set up that work for the entire magistrate:
- Legal division (MDR)
- Human Resources and Auditing Division (MD-PR)
- Organization and Security Division (MD-OS)
- Construction and Technology Division (MD-BD, Building Directorate, unofficially also City Planning Department , headed by the City Planning Director )
- Business area Europe and International (MD-EUI)
Are directly assigned to the magistrate director
- the office of the magistrate director
- the coordination group
- the Municipal District Offices and Emergency Measures group
- communication and international contacts
- the budget coordination (the MD)
They are also subordinate to the municipal administration
- the presidential department (MD-P), which takes care of official visitors and delegations, ceremonial acts, the office of decorations (commonly known as "medals") and the allocation of representative rooms in the town hall for all kinds of events (formerly the presidential office ) for the mayor and city councilors ,
- the climate protection coordination (MD-KLI),
- the Strategic Energy Matters (MD-E) and
- the Wiener Stadtwerke Personnel Office (MD-PWS), which has to deal with formal personnel agendas for those Stadtwerke employees who are not employed by Wiener Stadtwerke, but who, as was usual in the past, are still managed in the "official scheme".
The municipal departments are each specialized in certain areas of public life (e.g. building police, trade law, youth affairs, health care, traffic regulation, etc.). The current division of responsibilities for the City of Vienna's magistrate, which the mayor issues with the consent of the municipal council, contains the assignment of tasks to the departments.
Some of the main work areas of the magistrate have been redefined as (magistrate) companies or have been spun off from the magistrate in various legal forms. The official and slang abbreviation for Magistratsabteilung is MA , followed by the number of the department in Arabic numerals. Spoken z. E.g .: MA 48 (em-a forty-eight).
On April 10, 2019, the city presented a new brand identity after 20 years, which is to be implemented in the next 2-3 years. The city coat of arms is followed by "City of Vienna" and a word for the department, both in the legally protected font "Wiener Melange". Only particularly established brands such as the "48-er" (garbage) and Wiener Linien are retained, but added to.
As of July 1, 2018
- Municipal Department 01 - Vienna Digital (since July 1, 2018) - ICT service provider for the City of Vienna. The three ICT departments of the City of Vienna - MA 14, KAV -IT and AKH -DTI - were merged.
- Municipal Department 2 - Personnel Service (GGr. Women, Education, Integration, Youth and Personnel)
- Municipal Department 3 - Employee Protection and Occupational Health Promotion (GGr. Women, Education, Integration, Youth and Personnel)
- Municipal Department 5 - Finance (GGr. Finance, Economics and International Affairs)
- Municipal Department 6 - Accounting and Taxes (GGr. Finance, Economics and International Affairs)
- Municipal Department 7 - Culture (GGr. Culture, Science and Sport)
- Municipal Department 8 - Vienna City and State Archives (previously: MA 67; GGr. Culture, Science and Sport)
- Municipal Department 9 - Vienna Library in the City Hall (GGr. Culture, Science and Sport)
- Municipal Department 10 - Kindergartens (GGr. Women, Education, Integration, Youth and Personnel)
- Municipal Department 11 - Child and Youth Welfare (in advertising Mag Elf ; GGr. Education, Integration, Youth and Personnel)
- Municipal Department 13 - Education and Youth (GGr. Women, Education, Integration, Youth and Personnel)
- Municipal Department 15 - Health Service (GGr. Health, Social Affairs and Generations)
- Municipal Department 17 - Integration and Diversity (GGr. Women, Education, Integration, Youth and Personnel)
- Municipal Department 18 - Urban Development and Planning (GGr. Urban Development, Transport, Climate Protection, Energy Planning and Citizen Participation)
- Municipal Department 19 - Architecture and Urban Design (GGr. Urban Development, Transport, Climate Protection, Energy Planning and Citizen Participation)
- Municipal Department 20 - Energy Planning (GGr. Urban Development, Transport, Climate Protection, Energy Planning and Citizen Participation)
- Municipal Department 21A - District planning and land use inner-southwest (GGr. Urban development, traffic, climate protection, energy planning and citizen participation)
- Municipal Department 21B - District Planning and Land Use Northeast (GGr. Urban Development, Transport, Climate Protection, Energy Planning and Citizen Participation)
- Municipal Department 22 - Environmental Protection (GGr. Environment and Wiener Stadtwerke)
- Municipal Department 23 - Economy, Labor and Statistics (GGr. Finance, Economy and International Affairs)
- Municipal Department 24 - Strategic Health Care (GGr. Health, Social Affairs and Generations)
- Municipal Department 25 - Technical Urban Renewal (GGr. Housing, Housing and Urban Renewal)
- Municipal Department 26 - Data Protection, Information Law and Civil Status (GGr. Culture, Science and Sport)
- Municipal Department 27 - European Affairs (GGr. Finance, Economics and International Affairs)
- Municipal Department 28 - Road Administration and Road Construction (GGr. Urban Development, Transport, Climate Protection, Energy Planning and Citizen Participation)
- Municipal Department 29 - Bridge Construction and Foundation Construction (GGr. Urban Development, Transport, Climate Protection, Energy Planning and Citizen Participation)
- Municipal Department 31 - Vienna Water (GGr. Environment and Wiener Stadtwerke)
- Municipal Department 33 - Vienna lights up (formerly: public lighting systems) (GGr. Urban development, traffic, climate protection, energy planning and citizen participation)
- Municipal Department 34 - Construction and Building Management (GGr. Housing, Housing and Urban Renewal)
- Municipal Department 35 - Immigration and Citizenship (GGr. Women, Education, Integration, Youth and Personnel)
- Municipal Department 36 - Commercial Technology , Fire Police and Events (GGr. Environment and Wiener Stadtwerke)
- Municipal Department 37 - Building Police (GGr. Housing, Housing and Urban Renewal)
- Municipal Department 38 - Food Inspection Vienna (GGr. Environment and Wiener Stadtwerke)
- Municipal Department 39 - Testing, Monitoring and Certification Body (formerly: Experimental and Research Institute of the City of Vienna) (GGr. Housing, Housing and Urban Renewal)
- Municipal Department 40 - Social, Social and Health Law (GGr. Health, Social Affairs and Generations)
- Municipal Department 41 - Urban Surveying (GGr. Urban Development, Transport, Climate Protection, Energy Planning and Citizen Participation)
- Municipal Department 42 - Vienna City Gardens (formerly: City Garden Office; GGr. Environment and Wiener Stadtwerke)
- Municipal Department 44 - Pools (GGr. Women, Education, Integration, Youth and Personnel)
- Municipal Department 45 - Vienna Waters (formerly: Hydraulic Engineering; GGr. Environment and Wiener Stadtwerke)
- Municipal Department 46 - Transport Organization and Technical Transport Matters (GGr. Urban Development, Transport, Climate Protection, Energy Planning and Citizen Participation)
- Municipal Department 48 - Waste Management, Street Cleaning and Vehicle Fleet (GGr. Environment and Wiener Stadtwerke)
- Municipal Department 49 - Forestry and Agriculture Operations (GGr. Environment and Wiener Stadtwerke)
- Municipal Department 50 - Housing Promotion and Arbitration Board for Housing Law Matters (GGr. Housing, Housing and Urban Renewal)
- Municipal Department 51 - Sports Office (GGr. Culture, Science and Sport)
- Municipal Department 53 - Press and Information Service (GGr. Culture, Science and Sport)
- Municipal Department 54 - Central Purchasing ( formerly: Procurement Office ) (GGr. Women, Education, Integration, Youth and Personnel)
- Municipal Department 55 - Citizen Service - City Service for all Viennese (GGr. Environment and Wiener Stadtwerke)
- Municipal Department 56 - Vienna Schools (formerly: Municipal School Administration; GGr. Women, Education, Integration, Youth and Personnel)
- Municipal Department 57 - Promotion of Women and Coordination of Women's Affairs (GGr. Women, Education, Integration, Youth and Personnel)
- Municipal Department 58 - Water Law (GGr. Environment and Wiener Stadtwerke)
- Municipal Department 59 - Market Office (GGr. Environment and Wiener Stadtwerke)
- Municipal Department 60 - Veterinary Office and Animal Welfare (GGr. Environment and Wiener Stadtwerke)
- Municipal Department 62 - Elections and various legal matters (GGr. Culture, Science and Sport)
- Municipal Department 63 - Commercial and Legal Matters of the Food Industry (GGr. Finance, Economy and International)
- Municipal Department 64 - Construction, Energy, Railway and Aviation Law (GGr. Housing, Housing and Urban Renewal)
- Municipal Department 65 - Legal Transport Matters (GGr. Urban Development, Transport, Climate Protection, Energy Planning and Citizen Participation)
- Municipal Department 67 - Parking Monitoring (GGr. Urban Development, Transport, Climate Protection, Energy Planning and Citizen Participation) (formerly: MA 67 - City Archives; see MA 8)
- Municipal Department 68 - Fire Brigade and Disaster Protection (GGr. Finance, Economics and International Affairs)
- Municipal Department 69 - Real Estate Management (GGr. Housing, Housing and Urban Renewal)
- Municipal Department 70 - Vienna Professional Rescue (GGr. Health, Social Affairs and Generations)
Municipal departments no longer in existence
- Municipal Department 1 - General Personnel Matters (GGr. Women, Education, Integration, Youth and Personnel) ; dissolved on February 1, 2017 and transferred to Municipal Department 2 (Personnel Service)
- Municipal Department 4 - General Financial and Economic Affairs; Levies (dissolved on September 30, 2009, essentially integrated into MA 5 and MA 6)
- Former Municipal Department 10 - Museums of the City of Vienna, spun off as a scientific institute in 2002
- Municipal Department 12 - Social Welfare Office, replaced in 2004 by Vienna Social Fund and MA 40
- Municipal Department 14 - Department for Automation-Aided Data Processing, Information and Communication Technology of the City of Vienna; merged with KAV-IT and AKH-DTI to form MA 01 on July 1, 2018.
- Former municipal department 17 - Hospital Office, replaced by the Vienna Hospital Association, company since January 1, 2002; 1996–1999 Wiener Wohnen, then defined as a company
- Former Municipal Department 20 - Aliens Law Matters; established by a municipal council resolution of December 17, 1998; Agenda on June 1, 2006 taken over by the new MA 35; previously (e.g. 1978) chamber of plans and writings, later (e.g. 1993) printing and technical documentation within the framework of the city planning department
- Municipal departments 21A and 21B were merged on January 1, 2013 to form municipal department 21 - district planning and land use
- Municipal Department 24 - Building Construction (merged into MA 34)
- Municipal Department 30 - Vienna Canal, defined as the City of Vienna - Vienna Canal company since April 1, 2009
- Municipal Department 32 - Building Services
- Municipal Department 43 - Municipal Cemeteries (since January 1, 2008 as Friedhöfe Wien GmbH part of Wiener Stadtwerke )
- Municipal Department 47 - Care and Support; Agendas taken over from the Vienna Social Fund in 2004
- Municipal Department 52 - Municipal Housing Management; Agendas transferred in 1996 to what was then MA 17 - Wiener Wohnen, which was defined as the City of Vienna - Wiener Wohnen company in 1999
- Municipal Department 61 - Citizenship and Civil Status Matters; The 2006 agenda was taken over by the new MA 35
- Municipal Department 66 - Statistical Office of the City of Vienna; Integrated into MA 5 as a department in summer 2005, later part of the new MA 23
In addition to the municipal departments, the following departments are organized as a company in accordance with Section 71 of the Vienna City Constitution on the basis of municipal council resolutions:
- City of Vienna - Wiener Wohnen (company since 1999) (GGr. Living, housing and urban renewal)
- Vienna Hospital Association (company since 2002) (GGr. Health, Social Affairs and Generations)
- Vienna Canal (company since 2009) (GGr. Environment and Wiener Stadtwerke)
Their staff appears in the service post plan of the city of Vienna, their budget has to be approved by the municipal council, and they directly manage city property. They are not to be confused with companies that are organized under company law and that are completely outsourced from the municipal authorities and owned (“privately”) by the City of Vienna, such as Wiener Linien or their parent company Wiener Stadtwerke . (The Wiener Stadtwerke were formerly administered as “Magistratsbetriebe” in one of the business groups of the Magistrate.) Furthermore, the City of Vienna owns companies that were not outsourced from the administration but were organized under private law from the start; Wien Holding , which reports to the Finance, Economics and International Affairs business group, has been set up as corporate headquarters for them .
Magistrate District Offices
In addition to the specialized municipal departments exist as "outposts" 16 municipal district offices for the 23 districts of Vienna . They are not subordinate to the respective district council, but to the municipal director; the district offices are assigned various tasks as a municipality or district administrative authority. It is abbreviated to MBA, combined with the two-digit number of the district or districts (for example: MBA 02, MBA 13/14 ). In most districts, the municipal district offices can be found where the respective municipal office was located before the area was incorporated.
District management and representation are also located in districts 4 (Wieden), 6 (Mariahilf), 8 (Josefstadt), 9 (Alsergrund) and 19 (Döbling), the district office of which is in the neighboring districts 5 (Margareten), 7 (Neubau), 1 (Innere Stadt), 17 (Hernals) and 18 (Währing) can be found in their own district. The district council of the 14th district (Penzing) was in office until January 2016 at the headquarters of the district office in the 13th district, which is shared with the 13th district, and since then in the 14th district.
|Parish||Municipal District Office||located in the office building||View of the office building||address|
|1., Inner City||for the 1st and 8th district
previously: for the 1st district
|Administrative building 1st and 8th district
formerly: Administrative building 1st district
|1., Wipplingerstraße 8
(that is: Old Town Hall )
|2., Leopoldstadt||for the 2nd district||Office building 2nd district||2., Karmelitergasse 9|
|3rd, country road||for the 3rd district||Office building 3rd district||3rd, Karl-Borromäus-Platz 3|
|4th, Wieden||for the 4th and 5th district||Administrative building 4th and 5th district||5th, right Wienzeile 105|
|previously: for the 4th district||formerly: administrative building 4th district||4., Favoritenstrasse 18|
|5th, Margareten||for the 4th and 5th district
previously: for the 5th district
|Administrative building 4th and 5th district
formerly: Administrative building 5th district
|5th, right Wienzeile 105|
|6., Mariahilf||for the 6th and 7th district||Office building 6th and 7th district||7., Hermanngasse 24-26|
|previously: for the 6th district||formerly: Amtshaus 6th district||6., Amerlingstrasse 11|
|7th, new building||for the 6th and 7th district
previously: for the 7th district
Office building 6th and 7th district
formerly: Amtshaus 7th district
|7., Hermanngasse 24-26|
|8th, Josefstadt||for the 1st and 8th district||Office building 1st and 8th district||1., Wipplingerstraße 8
(that is: Old Town Hall )
|previously: for the 8th district||formerly: Amtshaus 8th district||8., Schlesingerplatz 2, 3, 4 and 5-6|
|9., Alsergrund||for the 9th and 17th district||Administrative building in the 17th district||17., Elterleinplatz 14|
|formerly: Amtshaus 9th district||9., Währinger Strasse 43|
|additionally: Alserbachstrasse 41||9., Alserbachstrasse 41|
|10th, favorites||for the 10th district||Office building 10th district||10., Laxenburger Strasse 43-45|
|11th, Simmering||for the 11th district||Office building 11th district||11., Enkplatz 2|
|12. Meidling||for the 12th district||Office building 12th district||12., Schönbrunner Strasse 259|
|13th, Hietzing||for the 13th and 14th district||Administrative building in the 13th and 14th district||13., Hietzinger Kai 1–3|
|14., Penzing||for the 13th and 14th district||Administrative building in the 13th and 14th district||13., Hietzinger Kai 1–3|
|15th, Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus||for the 15th district||Office building 15th district||15., Gasgasse 8-10|
|16., Ottakring||for the 16th district||Administrative building in the 16th district||16., Richard-Wagner-Platz 19|
|17th, Hernals||for the 9th and 17th district||Administrative building in the 17th district||17., Elterleinplatz 14|
|18th, Währing||for the 18th district||Administrative building in the 18th district||18., Martinstrasse 100|
|19., Dobling||for the 19th district||Administrative building in the 18th district||18., Martinstrasse 100|
|additionally: administrative building in the 19th district||19., Pfarrwiesengasse 23c|
|20th, Brigittenau||for the 20th district||Administrative building in the 20th district||20th, Brigittaplatz 10|
|21., Floridsdorf||for the 21st district||Administrative building in the 21st district||21., Am Spitz 1|
|22., Donaustadt||for the 22nd district||Office building 22nd district||22., Schrödingerplatz 1|
|23rd, Liesing||for the 23rd district||Administrative building, 23rd district||23., Perchtoldsdorfer Straße 2|
Scientific institution, fund
The following agendas have been completely outsourced from the magistrate due to Vienna state laws:
- Wien Museum: The former MA 10 - Museums of the City of Vienna was, like the federal museums, in 2002 as "fully legal", i. H. constituted its own legal personality without restriction and has been called the Wien Museum since 2003 . The institute (director since October 2015: Matti Bunzl ) remained under the responsibility of the culture division of the magistrate, but is no longer part of the magistrate itself.
- Vienna Social Fund : Many social agendas were gradually outsourced to the Vienna Social Fund (director: Anita Bauer) set up on January 1, 2002 under the Vienna State Foundation and Fund Act. It remained under the responsibility of the social business group of the magistrate, but is not itself part of the magistrate. In this case in particular, the opposition in the municipal council criticized the city parliament's now allegedly greatly reduced control rights.
In the 18th century the magistrate was initially understood to be a sovereign authority of the Archduke of Austria . The new regulation of Emperor Josef II, unofficially referred to as magistrate reform, officially consisting of the two court chancellery secretaries of August 16 and 20, 1783 , made the sovereign authority into a bourgeois authority, at the head of which was elected by a committee of the citizens for four years and by the sovereign confirmed mayor with two equally elected deputies. The then incumbent mayor Josef Georg Hörl was able to take part in the preparations for this reform and remained in office for another 21 years. (In 1784 the four Prague cities were merged into one and received a magistrate based on the Viennese model.)
With effect from November 1, 1783, three independent senates of the magistrate were constituted: the Senate in publico-politicis et oeconomicis (the actual city administration headed by the mayor, with 12 magistrates), the Senate in judicialibus civilibus ( civil jurisdiction , with 18 magistrates) and the Senate in judicialibus criminalibus ( criminal jurisdiction , with 12 magistrates). The two judicially active senates were headed by the two deputies of the mayor. The city administration was subordinate to the Lower Austrian provincial government , the judiciary senates were subordinate to the appellate court and the criminal court. The 42 civil servants working as magistrates were subordinated to 83 further civil servants from registrar to bailiff.
Until 1804 and from 1806 the authority was called the Magistrate of the Imperial and Royal Capital and Residence City of Vienna , from 1919 on it was called the Magistrate of the City of Vienna .
From 1812 the departments assigned to the magistrates' councils were called magistrate departments , and by 1847 there were already 17 of them. In 1848 the jurisdiction of the magistrate was taken over by state courts. The incorporation of the suburbs in 1890/92 increased the central administration to 19 departments, which were replaced by 22 municipal departments on January 1, 1902 under Mayor Karl Lueger . In addition, there were the building department departments of the city building department , which were only incorporated in 1920, which then resulted in 30 departments. Since June 1, 1920, the magistrate, then under Mayor Jakob Reumann , has been subdivided into business groups led by executive councilors, to which magistrate departments and other magistrate institutions are assigned. (The reallocation initially resulted in seven business groups with a total of 54 municipal departments.)
Since the Federal Constitution came into force on November 10, 1920, the magistrate has also been the office of the Vienna provincial government ; the details were regulated in the Vienna City Constitution, which came into force on November 18, 1920 and continued the departmental system of the municipal code of spring 1920. In 1939 the Nazi regime introduced a division into nine main departments; In 1946, Mayor Theodor Körner returned to the 1933 organizational scheme.
The division of the magistrate into business groups, each comprising several magistrate departments and led by executive city councilors (there were up to twelve after 1945), changed according to political expediency, including when the ruling Social Democrats formed coalitions with the ÖVP after 1945 or, as is currently the case for the first time, with the Viennese Greens received. Municipalities (see above) also divide into business groups. In contrast to other provincial governors in Austria, the mayor of Vienna traditionally does not lead a department himself, but is the superior of the magistrate director and his staff. On January 1, 2014, the municipal control office was expanded to become the city audit office.
In Viennese, instead of "die MA 48", "die 48er" (forty-eight) is spoken for short. This usage is also written down in the logo of this department: "48er".
Fictitious municipal departments
- According to the Vienna Archives Act, files held by the Magistrate must be handed over to the Vienna City and State Archives (MA 8) for archiving after 30 years at the latest , if they are to be preserved in the long term. Holdings that cannot be assigned to a specific department because they are e.g. B. come from times in which the magistrate was structured differently than today, are kept in the archive under a fictitious number that is over 100, for example MA 116: Holdings of the conscription office, where historical conscription sheets, home rolls, the alien index and the like are found.
- The Municipal Department 2412 - Office for Christmas Decoration only exists in the Austrian sitcom MA 2412 .
- Peter Csendes , Felix Czeike : The history of the municipal departments of the city of Vienna. 1902-1970. 2 volumes. Verlag für Jugend und Volk, Vienna 1971–1972, ISBN 3-8113-6333-6 (Vol. 1), ISBN 3-8113-6319-0 (Vol. 2), ( Wiener Schriften 33–34)
- Felix Czeike : Historisches Lexikon Wien , Volume 4, Kremayr & Scheriau, Vienna 1995, ISBN 3-218-00546-9 , p. 126 f.
- Peter Csendes: History of the municipal departments of the City of Vienna in the election periods 1969–2005. Wiener Stadt- und Landesarchiv (Municipal Department 8), Vienna 2007 ( Publications of the Wiener Stadt- und Landesarchiv. Series C: special publications 13, ZDB -ID 1006096-0 ).
- Municipal departments
- Organization of the City of Vienna
- Vienna City Constitution
- History of the Vienna municipal departments
- Municipal district offices - addresses and communication
- ↑ § 114 WStV
- ↑ Vienna City Constitution (WStV)
- ↑ § 67 WStV
- ↑ § 136 WStV
- ↑ § 105 WStV
- ↑ § 106 WStV
- ↑ § 71 WStV
- ↑ § 72a WStV
- ↑ § 72 WStV
- ↑ § 109 WStV
- ↑ § 73 WStV
- ↑ LGBl. F. Vienna No. 50/2013 (= p. 349)
- ↑ § 91 WStV
- ↑ § 92 WStV
- ^ Municipal Council, 1st meeting on November 24, 2015, meeting report
- ↑ Division of business for the Vienna City Administration
- ↑ City of Vienna gets new brand identity orf.at, April 10, 2019, accessed April 10, 2019.
- ↑ 01 - two-digit with a leading zero: the two digits of the dual system , the binary code .
- ↑ a b Foundation of MA 01 and appointment of the department head . OTS bulletin of July 2, 2018, accessed July 3, 2018.
- ↑ Logo (status in the period 2011–2018): "MA" followed by Aesculapian staff, formed from the stylized digits "1" and "5" for staff or snake. - TBC Vorsorge-Pass, MA15 - City of Vienna, around 2011–2018. Tuberculosis prevention (sic!)
- ↑ a b Division of the magistrate - organization of the city administration
- ↑ Logo: Slightly italic in brush script, "4" blue, "8" red, whereby the upper loop of the figure eight is shaped as a heart contour.
- ^ Wiener Zeitung: Magistrat: The digital resurrection of the "1er" . Article dated July 3, 2018, accessed July 3, 2018.
- ↑ Development of the Vienna Social Fund ( Memento of the original dated February 7, 2011 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.
- ↑ Report of the "Rathauskorrespondenz" from December 14, 1998
- ^ Message from the Vienna City Hall correspondence dated June 9, 2006
- ↑ Control Office report on MA 61 from 2002 (PDF; 28 kB)
- ^ Message from the Vienna City Hall correspondence dated June 9, 2006
- ↑ Report of the "Rathauskorrespondenz" from July 1, 2005
- ^ Announcement of the town hall correspondence of April 23, 1999 about the municipal council resolution of April 29, 1999 to convert MA 17 - Wiener Wohnen, founded in 1996, into a company
- ↑ Municipal District Offices on the website of the City of Vienna , accessed on June 16, 2019: “With their diverse tasks, the 16 Municipal District Offices are the first point of contact of the Vienna City Administration for residents of this city. Numerous official channels can be dealt with quickly and unbureaucratically in the district. "
- ↑ Excerpt from the business division of the City of Vienna (as of February 1, 2019). Responsibility according to the division of business - Municipal District Offices, accessed on June 16, 2019.
- ↑ Municipal district offices - opening times, addresses and contact on the website of the City of Vienna, accessed on January 29, 2020.
- ^ Vienna Museum Act of November 12, 2001 in the current version
- ^ Vienna State Foundation and Fund Act of March 25, 1988 in the current version
- ^ Announcement of the "Rathauskorrespondenz" from February 13, 2001 about the newly established fund
- ^ Website of the Vienna Social Fund
- ^ Subsequent announcement: Judicial Law Collection 1708–1784, No. 206 of November 1, 1783 (= p. 277)
- ^ Alfred Waldstätten: State courts in Vienna since Maria Theresa. Contributions to their history. A handbook ( research on Viennese city history volume 54), Studien-Verlag, Innsbruck / Wien / Bozen 2011, ISBN 978-3-7065-4956-1 , p. 50