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Schleissheim (Austria)
Basic data
Country: Austria
State : Upper Austria
Political District : Catfish Land
License plate : WL
Surface: 7.65 km²
Coordinates : 48 ° 10 '  N , 14 ° 6'  E Coordinates: 48 ° 9 '39 "  N , 14 ° 5' 36"  E
Height : 317  m above sea level A.
Residents : 1,429 (January 1, 2020)
Population density : 187 inhabitants per km²
Postal code : 4600
Area code : 0 72 42
Community code : 4 18 18
Address of the
municipal administration:
Community of Schleißheim
Dorfstrasse 14
4600 Schleißheim
Mayor : Johann Knoll ( ÖVP )
Municipal Council : (2015)
(19 members)
A total of 19 seats
Location of Schleissheim in the Wels-Land district
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Source: Municipal data from Statistics Austria


Schleißheim is a municipality in Upper Austria in the Wels-Land district in the Hausruckviertel with 1429 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2020).

The responsible judicial district is Wels .


Schleissheim is 317 m above sea level and geographically lies in the Traunviertel , but politically it belongs to the Hausruckviertel . The extension is 3.1 km from north to south and 6.1 km from west to east. The total area is 7.55 km². 18.4% of the area is forested and 67.1% of the area is used for agriculture.

Community structure

The municipality includes the following three localities (population in brackets as of January 1, 2020):

  • Blind Market (134)
  • Dietach (284)
  • Schleissheim (1011)

The community consists of the cadastral communities Dietach and Schleissheim.


Originally located in the eastern part of the Duchy of Bavaria , the place belonged to the Duchy of Austria since the 12th century . Since 1490 it has been assigned to the Principality of Austria ob der Enns .

During the Napoleonic Wars , the place was occupied several times.

After the annexation of Austria to the German Reich on March 13, 1938, the place belonged to the Gau Oberdonau . After 1945, Upper Austria was restored .


The municipal council has a total of 19 members. With the municipal council and mayoral elections in Upper Austria in 2015 , the municipal council has the following distribution: 9 ÖVP, 5 FPÖ and 5 SPÖ.

  • since 1991 Manfred Zauner (ÖVP)

coat of arms

Coat of arms at schleissheim.png

Schleißheim has had a municipal coat of arms since June 1984. Official description of the municipal coat of arms : Humiliated diagonally divided; Above, in red, a silver, growing bear holding a gold, four-spoke water wheel in its paws, below, diagonally divided by gold and black with three diamonds in alternating colors. The community colors are yellow-black.

The bear as an attribute of St. Gallus refers to the patron saint of the parish, the water wheel in his paws to the tradition of knives, blade smiths, grinders and millers on the Schleissbach. - The yellow-black diamonds come from the coat of arms of the Pirching family, which can be traced back to the 15th century in possession of the castle and Dietach rule.


FC Union Schleißheim is the first and only soccer club in Schleißheim and takes part in the DSG league.

Culture and sights

Population development

Source: Statistics Austria


There is a kindergarten and a primary school in Schleissheim.


Web links

Commons : Schleißheim  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. A look at the community of Schleißheim
  2. Statistics Austria: Population on January 1st, 2020 by locality (area status on January 1st, 2020) , ( CSV )
  3. A look at the community of Schleissheim, Bev development