|• Mayor||Ute Granold (CDU)|
|• Total||5.51 km2 (2.13 sq mi)|
|Elevation||160 m (520 ft)|
|• Density||640/km2 (1,700/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)|
In the oldest Mainz Cathedral obituary from about 1100, the name Winterheim crops up for the first time.
The council is made up of 20 council members, plus the part-time mayor, with seats apportioned thus:
(as at municipal election held on 13 June 2004)
Coat of arms
Economy and infrastructure
The municipality’s economy was long dominated by winegrowing and fruit growing. Since the state capital is nearby, however, many commercial businesses have also been drawn to the municipal area. For example, a car’s technical condition can be certified by the Gesellschaft für Technische Überwachung (“Company for Technical Inspection”, which is officially recognized in Germany as a certification body).
A tapping service is offered and for winemakers there is a big speciality shop for winery demands with unique expertise (more than 50 years) in sulphur dioxide handling. As the only German dealer in this field, the shop’s stock runs the gamut of products from containers, accessories and duct components to volumetric metering systems.
- The municipality lies right near the Autobahn A 63 with its Klein-Winternheim (3) interchange.
- The Deutsche Bahn railway station Klein Winternheim-Ober Olm is in the community (Alzey–Mainz line).
- This article incorporates information from the German Wikipedia.
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