|coat of arms||Germany map|
|Administrative region :||Middle Franconia|
|Height :||327 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||13.02 km 2|
|Residents:||6846 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||526 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||91126|
|Area code :||09122|
|License plate :||RH, HIP|
|Community key :||09 5 76 137|
|Community structure:||8 parts of the community|
|Address of the
|Mayor :||Jürgen Spahl ( independent )|
|Location of the municipality of Rednitzhembach in the district of Roth|
Rednitzhembach is a municipality in the district of Roth in Central Franconia . It is located 18 kilometers south of the Nuremberg - Fürth city axis , 5 kilometers southeast of Schwabach and 6 kilometers north of Roth .
The Rednitz flows through Rednitzhembach , into which the Hembach flows as a right tributary and the Mainbach flows from the left . Furthermore, the Rednitz on the north-eastern edge of the district of Plöckendorf receives the treated wastewater from the Rednitzhembach sewage treatment plant as a receiving water . The Rednitzhembach municipality is bordered to the east by the Main-Danube Canal , kilometers 81 to 83 west.
Already around the year 1000 BC Christ there was an Urnfield settlement in today's Untermainbach district. The Natural History Society of Nuremberg (NHG) found this out during excavations in the 1930s and 1970s. During these excavations, three very well-preserved spectacle spirals and a bronze ax were found in the Untermainbach district.
Towards the end of the 18th century there were 31 properties in Rednitzhembach, as well as a parish church and a community shepherd's house. The high court and the village and community rulership exercised the Brandenburg-Ansbach judge office Schwand . The landlords were the Schwand judge's office (1 one and a half courtyard with tavern , 1 whole courtyard, 2 tavern wholesalers, 2 two-thirds courtyards, 2 half courtyards, 1 estate with forge, 5 estates, 3 empty cones , 8 empty houses, 1 house, 1 grinding and sawmill) and the Nuremberg owner von Behaim (1 half-yard with tavern, 1 empty house, 1 half empty house, 1 house).
On January 1, 1972, the previously independent municipality of Walpersdorf was incorporated.
City council and mayor
The Rednitzhembach municipal council has 20 seats, the distribution of which is decided in the local elections. The last local election took place on March 15, 2020. The turnout here was 60.5%.
The first mayor has been Jürgen Spahl, who has not been party to any party (with 87.6% in office in 2020), who has consolidated the municipality's finances and has made the municipality debt-free since 2003. This goal was u. a. achieved through the establishment of the Rednitzhembach GmbH Municipal Works, which took on part of the municipal tasks (e.g. water supply and sewage disposal, cemetery management).
badges and flags
The Rednitzhembach community has had a coat of arms since 1975.
Blazon : “ Divided ; Above in black a growing silver mill wheel above, split belowby silver and red with an applied blue wave bar . "
White-blue-white municipal flag
|Foundation of the coat of arms: The location of the community on the Rednitz is represented by the wave beam, the importance of the Rednitzhembach mills by the stylized half mill wheel. In the village, the Nuremberg patricians Zollner von Brand and subsequently (from 1603) the Behaim von Schwarzbach were wealthy, whose coat of arms (silver-red split) was therefore taken over into the municipal coat of arms, which through the colors white-black on the relationship with Brandenburg- Ansbach points out. ("Our Bavaria", No. 8/76)|
Culture and sights
- Rednitzhembach Theater
- Rednitzhembach art trail with over 40 art objects of various kinds, see: Rednitzhembacher art trail
- Town hall gallery and foyer gallery: In the Rednitzhembach town hall and in the foyer of the community center there are regular exhibitions of various artists and art styles lasting several weeks.
- the butcher's cross near Rednitzhembach , an atonement cross south of Rednitzhembach
- the Hafnerkreuz in Rednitzhembach , the replica of a stone cross on the northern outskirts of Rednitzhembach
- Over 30 architectural 15 ground monuments
- Parish fair on the fourth weekend after Pentecost
- Fishermen's festival of the Hembacher Fischereivereins e. V. (third weekend after Pentecost)
- Classic open air on the Kunstweg on the first Saturday of the summer holidays
- Wine festival around the community center with the partner community Bardolino and the Rednitzhembacher trade association, beginning to mid-September
- Advent market around the community center on the Saturday before the First Advent
Economy and Infrastructure
The main traffic axis of Rednitzhembach is the state road 2409 , which runs through the town in a north-south direction. The district road RH 1 joins from Schwanstetten . To the north, the federal motorway 6 passes and to the east, the motorway-like federal road 2 , to which there are access and exit options.
The S-Bahn station (S 2) in Rednitzhembach is close to the community center. The railway line has three tracks, with only one track being usable for both directions of the S-Bahn connection between Roth, Nuremberg Central Station and Altdorf.
- Bus route 661 Eichwasen - Ludwigstrasse - train station - Vogelherd - Falbenholz - Plöckendorf and back
- Bus route 676 Schwabach - Rednitzhembach - Schwanstetten - Wendelstein
- Bus route 604 Roth - Schwand - Wendelstein - Röthenbach
- Bus route 675 Scheduled taxi Rednitzhembach Bhf. - Walpersdorf - Untermainbach - Rednitzhembach Bhf.
- Call collective taxi Schwabach - Rednitzhembach
The only regional daily newspaper in Rednitzhembach is the Schwabacher Tagblatt. The Schwabach- based editorial office is responsible for the "Local" area . The remainder and most of the newspaper is supplied by the Nürnberger Nachrichten .
The Rednitzhembach community magazine "bürgerbrief" appears monthly. The booklet (on average 24 to 28 pages) is free, is distributed to every household in the municipality and contains the latest information from the town hall, the Rednitzhembacher associations and the economy.
In Rednitzhembach there is a primary and secondary school with an attached after-school care center and lunchtime care. The school is also both an open and tied all-day school, has a practical class and transition classes for children of migrants and asylum seekers.
The Catholic public library, which is run by voluntary workers and has a wide range of different media, belongs to the Catholic parish.
There is also a branch of the community college of the Roth district in Rednitzhembach, which offers numerous courses and events.
Day care centers
Rednitzhembach has three day-care centers - two denominational (sponsored by Protestant or Catholic parishes) and one non-denominational (AWO sponsored), to which nursery groups are affiliated.
- Johann Schrödel was Mayor of Rednitzhembach from 1908 to 1933
- Pastor Johann Spies, from 1962 to 1991 Catholic pastor in Plöckendorf, today Rednitzhembach; organized Catholic life in Rednitzhembach and created the church center with a kindergarten
- Elisabeth Slowenski, councilor, founder of the Rednitzhembacher theater association, author of local history and prose
- Gerhard Dittrich (Ed.): Rednitzhembach: a community development program . SIN-Städtebauinstitut-Forschungsgesellschaft mbH, Nuremberg 1973, DNB 760512043 .
- Sibylla Hauser: War years in our village (Rednitzhembach in World War II, with b / w illustrations), 1997.
- Martin Schieber (Ed.): Rednitzhembach: a foray through the centuries . Rednitzhembach 2002, DNB 966002024 .
- Martin Schieber (Hrsg.): Rednitzhembach: a foray through the club life . Rednitzhembach 2004, DNB 972463534 .
- Johann Kaspar Bundschuh : Rednitz . In: Geographical Statistical-Topographical Lexicon of Franconia . tape 4 : Ni-R . Verlag der Stettinische Buchhandlung, Ulm 1801, DNB 790364301 , OCLC 833753101 , Sp. 446 ( digitized version ).
- Johann Kaspar Bundschuh : Rednitzhembach . In: Geographical Statistical-Topographical Lexicon of Franconia . tape 6 : V-Z . Verlag der Stettinische Buchhandlung, Ulm 1804, DNB 790364328 , OCLC 833753116 , Sp. 869 ( digitized version ).
- Friedrich Eigler : Schwabach (= Historical Atlas of Bavaria, part of Franconia . I, 28). Michael Laßleben, Kallmünz 1990, ISBN 3-7696-9941-6 , p. 415 f., 480 f .
- Karl Gröber, Felix Mader : City and district of Schwabach (= The art monuments of Bavaria . Middle Franconia 7). R. Oldenburg, Munich 1939, DNB 366496239 , p. 253-256 .
- Georg Paul Hönn : Bleckendorf . In: Lexicon Topographicum of the Franconian Craises . Johann Georg Lochner, Frankfurt and Leipzig 1747, p. 319 ( digitized version ).
- Wolf-Armin von Reitzenstein : Lexicon of Franconian place names. Origin and meaning . Upper Franconia, Middle Franconia, Lower Franconia. CH Beck, Munich 2009, ISBN 978-3-406-59131-0 , p. 184 .
- Willi Ulsamer (Ed.): 100 Years of the Schwabach District (1862–1962). A home book . Schwabach 1964, DNB 984880232 , p. 438-444 .
- The story of Rednitzhembach
- Rednitzhembach in the Topographia Franconiae of the University of Würzburg , accessed on September 23, 2019.
- Rednitzhembach: Official statistics of the LfStat (PDF; 1.2 MB)
- "Data 2" sheet, Statistical Report A1200C 202041 Population of the municipalities, districts and administrative districts 1st quarter 2020 (population based on the 2011 census) ( help ).
- Community Rednitzhembach in the local database of the Bavarian State Library Online . Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, accessed on September 23, 2019.
- F. Eigler, p. 415f.
- Wilhelm Volkert (ed.): Handbook of Bavarian offices, communities and courts 1799–1980 . CH Beck, Munich 1983, ISBN 3-406-09669-7 , p. 568 .
- Entry on the Rednitzhembach coat of arms in the database of the House of Bavarian History
- Rednitzhembach. In: Kommunalflaggen.eu. Retrieved June 17, 2020 .
- Rednitzhembach Theater
- List of the Bavarian State Office for the Preservation of Monuments, Rednitzhembach