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The municipality was founded July 1, 1971 by the voluntary merger of the previously independent villages of Nebringen, Öschelbronn and Tailfingen. Since then, the population has more than doubled. These three villages constitute "Ortsteile" (districts) of Gäufelden. Each district retains a Rathaus (town hall), but the administration is centralized in Öschelbronn.