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|Administrative region :||Stuttgart|
|Height :||158 m above sea level NHN|
|Area :||3.67 km 2|
|Residents:||4173 (Dec. 31, 2018)|
|Population density :||1137 inhabitants per km 2|
|Postal code :||74257|
|Area code :||07132|
|License plate :||HN|
|Community key :||08 1 25 096|
|LOCODE :||DE 79J|
|Address of the
|Mayor :||Bernd Bordon (independent)|
|Location of the community Untereisesheim in the district of Heilbronn|
The three neighboring cities of Untereisesheim are ( clockwise , starting in the south): Neckarsulm (with the Obereisesheim district ), Bad Wimpfen and Bad Friedrichshall . All belong to the Heilbronn district. Untereisesheim has entered into an agreed administrative partnership with Neckarsulm and Erlenbach .
Untereisesheim does not include any other districts or places in the geographical sense.
Division of space
According to data from the State Statistical Office , as of 2014.
Untereisesheim is mentioned for the first time in 767 as an Eisesheim in the Lorsch Codex . During the time of the tribal duchies, the place was in the Duchy of Franconia . In 1243 the lords of Eisesheim were named as feudal men of the lords of Weinsberg . Today's coat of arms goes back to them. In 1461 the lords of Lomersheim buy Untereisesheim. In 1529 they join the Reformation together with their subjects .
During the Thirty Years' War , the Battle of Wimpfen with thousands of dead takes place on May 6, 1622 between Bad Wimpfen, Biberach, Obereisesheim and Untereisesheim . Among other things, the Württemberg Duke Magnus falls on the side of the Protestant Union troops . In 1655 the place is sold to the Duke of Württemberg .
In 1925 only about 600 inhabitants were counted, in 1939 there were 692 and at the end of 1945 there were 790. In 1959 there were around 1000 inhabitants. With the establishment of large new development areas from around 1960, the population increased significantly: in 1973 two thousand, in 1985 three thousand and finally four thousand in 2005. In the municipal reform of the 1970s, Untereisesheim was able to maintain its independence.
Untereisesheim has traditionally been evangelical since the Reformation . There is its own Protestant parish, its parish church is the Kunibert Church . The Catholic parish of St. Dionysius in Neckarsulm is responsible for Catholic Christians. Since 1992 there is also a Catholic church building in the village with the Church of St. Francis.
On March 25, 2012, Bernd Bordon was elected mayor in the second ballot with 48.98 percent of the vote. His eight-year term of office began on June 1, 2012. The last years of office of his predecessor Jens Uwe Bock were marked by disputes between the mayor and the local council. Bock held the office from 2004 to 2012 and received only 6.2% of the vote in the 2012 re-election.
The municipal council has 14 members. The last local election on May 25, 2014 brought the following results:
|UBU 1||4 seats|
Another member of the council and its chairman is the mayor.
badges and flags
The blazon of the Untereisesheim coat of arms reads: In black, two diagonally crossed silver halberds. The flag of the municipality is white and black.
The Untereisesheim Heimer official seal showed from about 1,820 in the coat of arms next to the three Württemberg stag antlers a horseshoe , probably as canting arms to symbolize the place name. The horseshoe is also placed on the fountain from 1865 in front of the town hall as the local coat of arms. In 1918, the Württemberg archives department proposed the new coat of arms to the community, which has had it since 1946. The model for the coat of arms is a seal of Wilhelm von Eisesheim from 1382. The coat of arms and flag were awarded to the community on March 4, 1963 by the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of the Interior.
Culture and sights
- The Protestant Kunibert Church has been documented since the late Middle Ages. Its tower dates from 1561, the nave was rebuilt in 1738. The art treasures of the simple church are some historical tombstones of the Lords of Lomersheim as well as an ornate modern altar window. The neighboring rectory was rebuilt in 1771.
- The Catholic Church of St. Franziskus on Kelterplatz was built in 1992. At the Kelterplatz there is also a figure fountain by Karl-Ulrich Nuss and the steel sculpture Kleine Europa by the artist Wolfgang Thiel, which was erected in 2000 .
- The town hall was built in its current form in the course of the reconstruction after the Second World War. The village fountain by the town hall was built in 1865 and has been renovated several times since then.
- The war memorial shows the names of those who fell from 1914 to 1918 and was supplemented by the names of those who fell and missing from 1939 to 1945 after 1945.
Economy and Infrastructure
Industry and commerce
Untereisesheim is mostly residential community. The main jobs of the residents are Heilbronn and Neckarsulm . A number of medium-sized companies have settled in the Kressgraben industrial park since around 1985.
About 90% of the slightly over 200 hectares of agricultural land are used as arable land. The number of farms in the village fell from 16 to six between 1979 and 2007. Of these (as of 2007), two are full-time businesses and four are part-time businesses.
Untereisesheim is also a traditional wine-growing place, the locations of which belong to the large Staufenberg area in the Württemberg lowlands of the Württemberg wine-growing region . The cultivation area is very small at around 7 hectares.
Untereisesheim is not far from the federal motorway 6 ( Saarbrücken - Waidhaus ), junction Heilbronn-Untereisesheim. With a traffic volume of more than 10,000 vehicles per day, the local passage ( state road 1100) is an enormous burden for the community. The planned bypass road was initially postponed by the Stuttgart regional council for financial reasons for an indefinite period of time.
The Public transport is covered by buses, a rail connection is not present.
The daily newspaper Heilbronner Voice reports on the events in Untereisesheim in its issue N, District North. The weekly newsletter of the community is published by Nussbaum Medien, Bad Friedrichshall.
There are two communal kindergartens in Untereisesheim.
A primary school is located on site. Secondary schools that are served by school buses are in Obereisesheim (secondary school), Neckarsulm (secondary school, grammar school) and Bad Wimpfen (grammar school). In addition, the Unterland Adult Education Center in Untereisesheim has a branch.
The community library of Untereisesheim has a stock of 10,000 media.
- Wolfram Angerbauer , Robert Koch: History of Untereisesheim. Untereisesheim community, Untereisesheim 1976
- State Statistical Office Baden-Württemberg - Population by nationality and gender on December 31, 2018 (CSV file) ( help on this ).
- Alexander Klug: The weather was recorded while walking . In: Heilbronn voice . January 12, 2012 ( from Stimme.de [accessed June 27, 2012]).
- The state of Baden-Württemberg. Official description by district and municipality. Volume IV: Stuttgart district, Franconian and East Württemberg regional associations. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart 1980, ISBN 3-17-005708-1 . Pp. 119-120
- State Statistical Office, area since 1988 according to actual use for Untereisesheim.
- Communications from the Württ. And Bad. State Statistical Office No. 1: Results of the population census on December 31, 1945 in Northern Württemberg
- Friedhelm Römer: Bordon new mayor of Untereisesheim . In: Heilbronn voice . March 25, 2012 ( from Stimme.de [accessed June 27, 2012]).
- Alexander Klug: Joint complaint against the mayor . In: Heilbronn voice . February 29, 2012 ( from Stimme.de [accessed June 27, 2012]).
Sources for the section coat of arms and flag:
Heinz Bardua: The district and community coat of arms in the Stuttgart administrative region . Theiss, Stuttgart 1987, ISBN 3-8062-0801-8 (district and municipality coat of arms in Baden-Württemberg, 1). P. 132
Eberhard Gönner: Book of arms of the city and district of Heilbronn with a territorial history of this area . Archive Directorate Stuttgart, Stuttgart 1965 (Publications of the State Archive Administration Baden-Württemberg, 9). P. 143
- Small and big news between Neckarsteg and Mühlbachsee , year 2000 ( Memento of the original of September 9, 2007 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. on michls.de (accessed October 26, 2008)
- Online offer of the Stat. State Office of Baden-Württemberg, status 2007
- Transport economic study “Bypass municipality Untereisesheim and city Bad Wimpfen”, analysis 2002, planning office Bender + Stahl, Ludwigsburg. Traffic volume at the entrance to the village from the direction of Obereisesheim: 16803 vehicles in 24 hours
- Individual census 2008: 11,000 vehicles, 45% of them trucks. Source: Rudolf Landauer: Traffic show identifies danger zones in the main street . In: Heilbronn voice . May 2, 2008 ( from Stimme.de [accessed July 5, 2009]).
- Press release of the Stuttgart Council of June 27, 2006
- VHS Unterland branch offices .