|coat of arms||Germany map|
|Administrative region :||Freiburg|
|County :||Ortenau district|
|Height :||150 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||57.85 km 2|
|Residents:||9736 (Dec. 31, 2018)|
|Population density :||168 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||77743|
|Primaries :||07807, 07808|
|License plate :||OG, BH , KEL, LR, WOL|
|Community key :||08 3 17 151|
|Address of the
|Mayor :||Jochen Fischer|
|Location of the municipality of Neuried in the Ortenau district|
Neuried is located in the Upper Rhine Plain directly on the Rhine and thus on the German- French border, almost exactly in the middle between Kehl and Lahr , only a few kilometers south of Strasbourg , a few kilometers from Offenburg.
The municipality Neuried consists of the formerly independent municipalities Altenheim, Dundenheim, Ichenheim, Müllen and Schutterzell. Today these form the districts of the community and at the same time localities within the meaning of the Baden-Württemberg municipal code, each with its own local council and local mayor as its chairman.
The Altenheim district includes the village of Altenheim, the Rohrburger Mühle homestead and the Altenheimer Mühle and Rheinwärterhaus residential areas. The village of Dundenheim and the homestead Dundenheimer Mühle belong to the district of Dundenheim. The Ichenheim district includes the village of Ichenheim, the Ottenweierhof homestead and the single house residential area. The village of Müllen with the lost moated castle Müllen belongs to the district of Müllen . The village of Schutterzell and the Schutterzeller Mühle farmstead belong to the Schutterzell district. Waseneck Castle, which had been abandoned, was in the Altenheim district. In the district of Dundenheim are the deserted areas of Rode and Zellhof. In the district of Ichenheim lies the abandoned Blankenmoos Castle and the Trudenheim desert.
Neuried was created in the course of the Baden-Württemberg community reform on January 1, 1973 through a voluntary merger of the formerly independent communities Altenheim, Dundenheim, Ichenheim and Müllen. On January 1, 1972, the community of Schutterzell was incorporated into Ichenheim. The places Altenheim and Müllen belonged to the district of Kehl until 1972 , while Dundenheim, Ichenheim and Schutterzell belonged to the district of Lahr . With the dissolution of these two districts, today's community became the new Ortenau district .
Coats of arms of the districts
The local election on May 26, 2019 led to the result shown in the diagrams, with a turnout of 60.3%.
||In 2019, the Free Voters gained two seats compared to 2014, the UL list one seat, the CDU lost three seats and the SPD was able to maintain the number of its mandates.|
- 1997-2013: Gerhard Borchert ( FDP )
- 2013 to date: Jochen Fischer (independent)
- The Protestant Church of Peace in the Altenheim district was designed by Friedrich Weinbrenner himself and built in 1813 (and restored after being destroyed in the Second World War). The building is one of the most beautiful classical churches in Baden . An exciting contrast develops between their style-typical, smooth and poorly decorated facades and the surroundings of delicate half-timbered houses . The interior of the church was extensively renovated from 2004 to 2006 and received a new organ with 30 registers on two manuals and a pedal from the organ building workshop Karl Göckel according to plans by Markus Artur Fuchs and Christoph Manuel Beysser.
- In the district of Ichenheim, the Catholic Church of St. Nicholas was built in 1822 by Weinbrenner's student Hans Voss . It is one of the most formally reduced church buildings of Baden classicism. Like the old people's home church, it benefits from the monumental effect of clearly drawn structures.
- The Catholic Church of St. Johannes in the Dundenheim district, built between 1823 and 1824, was also designed by Hans Voss. The original high altar was replaced in 1880 by a copy by Franz Josef Simmler . As early as 1860, the local scribe Markus Weißenegger had made a Mother of God altar and in 1864 a Joseph altar for the church.
- In Schutterzell there is one of the rare simultaneous churches that are used for both Catholic and Protestant worship. It is the only church building in Baden that is used in this way by two denominations and was already planned as such together. This church, completed in 1862, is also committed to the "Weinbrenner style".
- Altenheim has the Emilie museum bunker . It was part of the west wall and a "Regelbau 11" building. It was built in 1938 to guard the hinterland in order to prevent an attack on Offenburg. In the bunker, 27 soldiers were able to do duty in two crew rooms. The bunker also had two gas locks , an entrance defense and a separately accessible fighting room. The armament consisted of 2 MG 34s on the carriage and 2 MG for the soldiers in the trenches around the bunker. The ceiling thickness is 2 meters. The bunker was camouflaged as a residential building, where a woman, "Emilie", found shelter during the war. Filled with concrete after the war, the bunker was emptied again in 1990 by the new owners and used as a motorcycle club house. It has served as a museum since the end of 2009.
The 2.5 km long meadow wilderness path through the Rhine meadows has existed in the north of Altenheim since 2014 .
Economy and Infrastructure
Agriculture and tobacco growing in particular still play an important role . With an area of around 470 hectares , Neuried is the largest tobacco growing community in Germany. The community has around 1000 jobs locally, which means that the majority of those in work commute to the surrounding cities of Offenburg , Kehl and Lahr / Black Forest .
Neuried has five Protestant (three of them in nursing homes, one each in Ichenheim and Dundenheim) and two Catholic (Ichenheim and Schutterzell) kindergartens . In the district of Altenheim there is a primary and secondary school with the Johann-Henrich-Büttner-Schule , in the district of Ichenheim there is a secondary and secondary school with Werkrealschule and a primary school in each of the districts of Ichenheim and Dundenheim. From the 2014/2015 school year, no primary school students were re-enrolled in Dundenheim; the primary school in Dundenheim was closed in 2018. Gymnasiums are located in the nearby district towns of Offenburg , Lahr / Black Forest and Kehl .
In 2014, the first borehole for a geothermal energy project was to be drilled in the community. This was postponed to 2016 due to an ongoing lawsuit by the city of Kehl against the deep geothermal plant and a public protest . A possible use served to supplement the biomass power plant started in 2007 as a hybrid power plant . In July of the same year, a citizens' initiative was formed in the affected communities of Kehl, Neuried, Schutterwald and Willstätt against deep geothermal drilling. The regional plan blocks the area at the planned geothermal power plant.
The places of today's municipality were supplied by the Central Baden Railway until 1959 . Today Neuried has no connection to the German rail network. The municipality is connected to Lahr , Offenburg and Kehl by bus routes operated by the regional transport company . The districts of Altenheim, Dundenheim and Ichenheim are crossed by the L 75.
Sons and daughters of the church
- Erwin Baur (1875–1933), geneticist
- Klaus Wurth (1861–1948), theologian and church president of the Evangelical Church in Baden
- Albert Köbele and Eugen Eble: Ortssippenbuch Altenheim, community Neuried, Ortenaukreis, Baden . Grafenhausen: Köbele 1973 (= Badische Ortssippenbücher 30), processed period 1634–1971
- Albert Köbele and Hans Scheer: Ortssippenbuch Dundenheim, municipality Neuried, Ortenaukreis, Baden . Grafenhausen: Köbele 1977 (= Badische Ortssippenbücher 38), processed period 1633–1976
- Albert Köbele, Hans Scheer and Peter Bläsi: Ortssippenbuch Ichenheim, municipality Neuried, Ortenaukreis in Baden . Grafenhausen: Köbele 1978 (= Badische Ortssippenbücher 41), processed period 1633–1977
- Albert Köbele: Ortssippenbuch Müllen in the Ortenaukreis in Baden, 1727-1967 . Grafenhausen: Köbele 1981 (= Badische Ortssippenbücher 47)
- Albert Köbele and Hans Scheer: Ortssippenbuch Schutterzell, community Neuried, Ortenaukreis in Baden . With the local chronicle of Schutterzell by Emil Ell. Grafenhausen: Köbele 1982 (= Badische Ortssippenbücher 48), processed period 1660–1980
- State Statistical Office Baden-Württemberg - Population by nationality and gender on December 31, 2018 (CSV file) ( help on this ).
- The state of Baden-Württemberg. Official description by district and municipality. Volume VI: Freiburg region Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 1982, ISBN 3-17-007174-2 , pp. 365–368
- Federal Statistical Office (ed.): Historical municipality directory 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. 497 f .
- Badische Zeitung, May 26, 2019 - Local election 2019 in Neuried: Result , accessed on December 2, 2019
- Werner Sandhaus, architect of the renovation 2004/06, names the Weinbrenner student Frommel as the builder and 1830 as the year of construction, see Evangelical Foundation Care Schönau: The Church of Peace in Altenheim, interior renovation 2004-2006
- Joseph Sauer: The church art of the first half of the 19th century in Baden in: Freiburg Diocesan Archive 57 (1930), p. 86 ( digitized ).
- Neuried community - history of Schutterzell , accessed on December 20, 2019
- Information brochure of the facility, information brochure of the association "Fortifications BW"
- Small forest, large wilderness in Badische Zeitung, August 25, 2014
- Official Journal of the Neuried Community Week 07/2014 ( Memento of the original from December 19, 2015 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link has been inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. (February 14, 2014)
- City of Kehl has adapted the geothermal lawsuit , In: bo.de, May 2, 2015, accessed on December 5, 2016
- Hagen Späth: First drilling for the geothermal power plant in Neuried in: badische-zeitung.de, February 18, 2011 or Badische Zeitung analog, February 26, 2011, BZ topic: Energy from the depths (February 27, 2011)
- Website of BI against deep geothermal energy , accessed on December 5, 2016
- Bastian Bernhardt: There is no more space In: badische-zeitung.de, March 24, 2016, accessed on December 5, 2016