|coat of arms||Austria map|
|Political District :||Innsbruck country|
|License plate :||IL|
|Residents :||2,231 (January 1, 2020)|
|Population density :||117 inhabitants per km²|
|Postal code :||6162|
|Area code :||0512|
|Community code :||7 03 31|
|Address of the
|Mayor :||Hansjörg Peer (We Mother)|
Municipal Council : (2016)
|Location of Mutters in the Innsbruck-Land district|
From the north: Natters in the foreground, Mutters behind
|Source: Municipal data from Statistics Austria|
Mutters is a municipality with 2231 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2020) in the Innsbruck-Land district in Tyrol ( Austria ). It is located southwest of Innsbruck on a low mountain range at the entrance to the Stubai Valley together with the neighboring community of Natters in the Innsbruck judicial district .
The municipality includes the following three localities (population in brackets as of January 1, 2020):
The community consists of the cadastral communities Kreith and Mutters.
The village center is well preserved in its village-rural character. Due to the proximity to the provincial capital Innsbruck, there was lively settlement activity.
The area around Mutters was probably already in the Neolithic around 3000 BC. Settled. The first urn finds are documented from the Bronze Age. At the turn of the year 1115/16, " Muttres " was first mentioned in a document (in the tradition book of the Ebersberg monastery ); the name is probably derived from the Rhaeto-Romanic mutt "hill".
In 1727 part of the village fell victim to a fire. The population was badly affected by the Napoleonic Wars in 1796/1797 and 1809. Andreas Hofer set up his headquarters at the “ Schupfenwirt ” on Brennerstrasse during the battles on Bergisel in May and August 1809.
Culture and sights
For around 200 years, the village patron St. Nicholas has been celebrated on his name day with the "Bumsa-Schiaßn".
It is also customary for residents of the neighboring municipality of Natters to try to steal the cannon used for this purpose . For this they have exactly 24 hours from December 5th, 12 noon, during which the cannon is of course guarded accordingly. In 2010 the cannon disappeared about twelve hours before this traditional time frame, which is why the mayor gave the stolen a 90-minute ultimatum to return it, which passed unsuccessfully and called the police for help. The cannon reappeared.
The Bumsa cannon is like a wooden barrel made of staves and ten tires, which is four meters long and conically widened from 40 to 140 centimeters in diameter and placed on two pegs on the mountain. The barrel of an old Tyrolean muzzle-loader , which is fired several times on December 6th from five o'clock and thanks to the cannon, "bangs" loudly, fits into the mouth hole of the end wall at the narrow end .
Economy and Infrastructure
Tourism plays an important role in Mutters (summer tourism predominates), and there is also a newly created industrial park in Gärberbach.
In 1953 the Muttereralmbahn was built, which was in operation until 2000 and reopened in January 2006 after a new building. This leads to the ski area of the Mutterer Alm . There was also the Götzner Grube drag lift as a connection to the Muttereralmbahn. The drag lift was recently reactivated. A direct chairlift ( Birgitzbahn , 4-seater high-speed railway detachable) over the Birgitzköpfl is currently - after long negotiations - in concrete planning.
The community is a member of the Tyrol Climate Alliance
The last mayoral elections took place at the same time as the municipal council elections on February 28, 2016.
Peer Hansjörg was elected mayor and Reitmair Gregor was elected deputy mayor. Both belong to the party Wir Mutterer with BM Hansjörg PEER .
The distribution of seats in the municipal council
|Political party||percent||be right||Seats on the local council|
|We mother with BM Hansjörg PEER||51.08%||686||9|
|The Green Mother||10.05%||135||1|
Members of the parish council
- Peer Hansjörg (Mayor / Municipal Council)
- Reitmair Gregor (councilor / BM deputy)
- Saischek Michael, DI (council / council)
- Schmutzer Robert, Mag. (Councilor)
- Graiff Florian, Mag. (Councilor / council)
- Hunter Sabine (councilor)
- Muigg Gebhard (local council)
- Eberl Romed (City Council)
- Zais Angelika (Councilor)
- Wanker Florian (City Council)
- Stern Maria, MSc (council / council)
- Larcher Simone, Mag. (Councilor)
- Hilber Klaus, MMag.Dr. (Municipal council)
- Fritz Johannes, Dr. (Municipal council)
- Fleißner Roland, Ing. (City Council)
coat of arms
Blazon : A green tip in gold, in it three golden balls one to two over a golden book.
The municipal coat of arms was awarded on November 30, 1983. The tip in the coat of arms symbolizes the Saile (Nockspitze). The book and the three spheres, St. Nicholas' emblems, commemorate the church patron of the Mutters parish (December 6th). The colors of the municipality flag are yellow-green.
Sons and daughters of the church
- Anni Kraus (1897–1986), dialect writer
- Matthias Auckenthaler (1906–1936), alpinist
- Othmar Peer (* 1953), sports presenter
- Harald Schrott (* 1967), actor
- Mutters , in the history database ofthe association "fontes historiae - sources of history"
- 70331 - mother. Community data, Statistics Austria .
- Statistics Austria: Population on January 1st, 2020 by locality (area status on January 1st, 2020) , ( CSV )
- Martin Bitschnau , Hannes Obermair : Tiroler Urkundenbuch, II. Department: The documents on the history of the Inn, Eisack and Pustertal valleys. Vol. 1: Up to the year 1140 . Universitätsverlag Wagner, Innsbruck 2009, ISBN 978-3-7030-0469-8 , p. 258, No. 294 .
- bizarre argument about a missing cannon. ( Page no longer available , search in web archives ) at: ORF Tirol online. December 6, 2010.
- Bumsaschiaßn in mother's
- Environmental Impact Declaration "UVE - Ski connection Mutterer Alm - Axamer Lizum" , seilbahn.net
- Mutterer Alm / Lizum: Before agreement on the cable car route - Skiarena Mutterer Alm and Axamer Lizum takes shape: a cable car should lead from the mountain station of the Almbahn up to Birgitzköpfl. In: Tiroler Tageszeitung , June 2, 2012 (online tt.com).
- This site requires a frames-compliant browser: Mutters. Retrieved May 22, 2017 .