|coat of arms||Austria map|
|State :||Upper Austria|
|Political District :||Vöcklabruck|
|License plate :||VB|
|Residents :||3,994 (January 1, 2020)|
|Postcodes :||5310, partly 4893|
|Area code :||06232|
|Community code :||4 17 42|
|Address of the
|Mayor :||Johann Dittlbacher ( ÖVP )|
Municipal Council : (2015)
|Location of Tiefgraben in the Vöcklabruck district|
|Source: Municipal data from Statistics Austria|
Tiefgraben is a municipality in Upper Austria in the Vöcklabruck district in the Hausruckviertel with 3994 inhabitants (as of January 1, 2020). The community belonged to the judicial district Mondsee until July 1, 2013 , since then to the judicial district Vöcklabruck .
Tiefgraben is 740 m above sea level in the Hausruckviertel. The extension is 9.9 km from north to south and 7.8 km from west to east. The total area is 38.2 km², 52.1% of the area is forested, 41.6% of the area is used for agriculture.
The municipality includes the following localities (population in brackets as of January 1, 2020):
- Gaisberg (580)
- Guggenberg (638)
- Courtyard (1216)
- Deep Trench (1560)
coat of arms
- “ Divided by a blue bar lined with gold at the top , inside a silver dugout canoe ; above in green a silver, triple curved , overturned point , below in gold a blue, rising point. "
The community colors are yellow-blue-white.
The municipal coat of arms was awarded in 1985. The upper third refers to the location of the community in the valley of the Zeller Ache , which is bordered by the Kolomannsberg in the west and the Lackenberg in the east and thus explains the place name.
The two blue fields stand for Mondsee and Irrsee , which form the southern and northern municipal boundaries. The typical Mondsee dugout canoe was used on Mondsee as early as the Neolithic Age and has been preserved to this day.
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.
Since 1918 the place belongs to the federal state of Upper Austria. After the annexation of Austria to the German Reich on March 13, 1938, the place belonged to the Gau Oberdonau . In 1945 Upper Austria was restored.
The municipal council has a total of 25 members. With the municipal council and mayoral elections in Upper Austria in 2015 , the municipal council has the following distribution: 15 ÖVP, 6 FPÖ and 4 SPÖ.
- until 2015 Matthias Reindl (ÖVP)
- since 2015 Johann Dittlbacher (ÖVP)
The three neighboring municipalities of Mondsee - Innerschwand , St. Lorenz and Tiefgraben - have a common municipal office in the "City Hall" on Wredeplatz in Mondsee (similar to a German administrative community ).
As of January 1, 2019, Tiefgraben had 3987 inhabitants. In 2001 the community had 3,071 inhabitants, in 1991 according to the census 2722 inhabitants.
Culture and sights
- Map in the Digital Upper Austrian Room Information System ( DORIS )
- 41742 - Tiefgraben. Community data, Statistics Austria .
- More information about the community of Tiefgraben on the geographic information system of the federal state of Upper Austria .
- From the postcode finder of the Post: Postcode search ', accessed on November 10, 2017.
- Statistics Austria: Population on January 1st, 2020 by locality (area status on January 1st, 2020) , ( CSV )
However, this is considered to be a retrospective reinterpretation, from time immemorial, Tiefgraben was the location on Mondseeberg and Lackenberg, so the altitude was quite astonishing; the name should therefore refer to the ditch of the Steinerbach and the pass landscape on the Wildmoos .
Compare for example the inscription on the map S. Schütz, F. Müller: Mappa von dem Land ob der Enns. Reducated and engraved in 1781 by CS Schütz and written by F. Müller 1787 (online at DORIS, subject of first regional recordings ); the place name is located to this day on the northwest corner of the Mondseeberg.
- Herbert Erich Baumert: The coats of arms of the cities, markets and communities of Upper Austria, 7th supplement (1984–1987) . In: Oberösterreichische Heimatblätter, Heft 4, 1988, p. 245, online (PDF; 7.2 MB) in the forum OoeGeschichte.at
- Population 1.1.2019 according to municipalities with status, territorial status 1.1.2019 , Statistics Austria, accessed on December 31, 2019