Sande (Paderborn)

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City of Paderborn
Coordinates: 51 ° 45 ′ 39 ″  N , 8 ° 39 ′ 37 ″  E
Height : 97 m above sea level NN
Area : 23.29 km²
Residents : 5929  (December 31, 2011)
Population density : 255 inhabitants / km²
Incorporation : 1st January 1975
Postcodes : 33106, 33104
Area code : 05254
Location of the Sande district in Paderborn

Sande is a north-western district of Paderborn in the east of North Rhine-Westphalia and has about 6000 inhabitants. Until 1968 Sande was an independent municipality in the office of Schloss Neuhaus .

View of the Lippesee


Sande is located in the south-east of the Westphalian Bay on the Lippe and Lippesee at 51 ° 46 'NE and 8 ° 39' E. L. at an altitude of 97  m above sea level. NN . The lowest point in the city of Paderborn is in Sande at an altitude of 94  m above sea level. NN . The place belongs to the city ​​district of Schloss Neuhaus / Sande.

Expansion of the village

The largest north-south expansion of sand is about 6 km and the largest west-east expansion about 5 km. The village covers an area of ​​23.29 km².

Neighboring places

Starting in the south, counterclockwise, the Paderborn districts of Elsen and Neuhaus Castle with Sennelager , the municipality of Hövelhof and the city of Delbrück with its districts Ostenland and Bentfeld border Sande .

Local division

The district of the former municipality of Sande does not only include the village of Sande itself. The hamlet of Dreihausen is located in the northeast of the district, south of the Sennelager-Nord industrial park . In the east of Sand there is Altensenne , on the south-eastern border against Elsen the hamlet of Nesthausen and in the south the farming communities Sandhöfen and part of the Gesseln farming community, which is also located in Elsen .



The majority of the residents of Sandes is Catholic and belongs to the Catholic parish of St. Marien in the Paderborn deanery of the Hochstift pastoral care region in the Archdiocese of Paderborn .

The Protestant-Lutheran residents of Sandes belong to the Protestant parish of Schloss Neuhaus in the Paderborn parish of the Evangelical Church of Westphalia with the Paul-Gerhard parish center in Sennelager.


As part of the North Rhine-Westphalian regional reform , Sande was signed on January 1, 1975 with the "Law for the reorganization of the communities and districts of the Sauerland / Paderborn area ( Sauerland / Paderborn law )" of November 5, 1974 with the city of Paderborn and the communities of Benhausen , Dahl, Elsen, Neuenbeken and Schloss Neuhaus merged to form the new city of Paderborn. Sande makes since with Schloss Neuhaus the municipality Schloss Neuhaus / Sande.

Population development

  • 1950: 2147 inhabitants
  • 1961: 2032 inhabitants
  • 2011: 5929 inhabitants


District Committee

After the last 2004, the district committee for Schloss Neuhaus / Sande is composed as follows:

  • CDU 6 seats
  • SPD 2 seats
  • Green 1 seat
  • FBI 1 seat
  • Chairman: Michael Pavlicic (CDU)

coat of arms

The Sander coat of arms

Over a golden three-mountain through a silver bar split from red and green. In front a silver oak leaf, in the back a silver wave bar running diagonally to the right.

The Dreiberg is reminiscent of the former sand mountains, which have since been removed, the Heimekesberg and the Osterberg on Sennelagerstraße.

The oak leaves refer to the existing oak population, especially on the larger farms.

The Boker-Heide Canal (straight silver pole) runs through the Sander Bruch (north of Sande from Schloss Neuhaus towards Delbrück / Lippstadt ).

The Lippe (wave bar silver) flows through the municipality (southwest of Neuhaus Castle in the direction of Lippstadt).

Water ski facility at Nesthauser See


Economy and Infrastructure

Sande is known for the Lippesee and the Nesthauser See with two water skiing facilities.

The B 64 runs through Sande from Paderborn to Münster .

The Paderborn-Sennelager motorway exit from the A 33 is located in the north-eastern area of ​​the former municipality.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ 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. 328 .
  2. ^ City of Paderborn Sande . September 26, 2004. Retrieved October 20, 2019.