Bieber is part of the S-Bahn Rhein-Main-System with two S-Bahn stations: Offenbach-Bieber station is near the centre of the village and the other is in the district of Bieber-Waldhof (3,500 Inhabitants in 2005).
A little brook, although called Bieber flows through the village. Around Bieber, there are woods, parks and agriculture.
The village's name is derived from the celtic people. But Bieber as such is first mentioned in 791 as Biberaha in a donation.
Originally Bieber's population has been Roman Catholic just into the 19th century. Now there is the catholic parish St. Nikolaus and a Protestant community.
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