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Coat of arms of Anzing
Coat of arms
Anzing   is located in Germany
Coordinates: 48°09′N 11°51′E / 48.150°N 11.850°E / 48.150; 11.850Coordinates: 48°09′N 11°51′E / 48.150°N 11.850°E / 48.150; 11.850
Country Germany
State Bavaria
Admin. region Oberbayern
District Ebersberg
 • Mayor Richard Hollerith (CSU)
 • Total 16.19 km2 (6.25 sq mi)
Elevation 518.82 m (1,702.17 ft)
Population (2015-12-31)[1]
 • Total 4,115
 • Density 250/km2 (660/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 85646
Dialling codes 08121
Vehicle registration EBE

Anzing is a municipality in the Upper Bavarian district of Ebersberg.


Municipal divisions[edit]

Constituent communities include Anzing, Auhofen, Boden, Froschkern, Frotzhofen, Garkofen, Hl. Kreuz, Höggerloh, Kaisersberg, Köppelmühle, Lindach, Mauerstetten, Obelfing, Oberasbach, Ranharting, Ried, Staudach, Unterasbach and Ziegelstadel.


In 812, the community had its first documentary mention “in loco anzinga”. It belonged to the Rentamt of Munich/Court District of Swabia. Under administrative reforms in Bavaria in 1818, Anzing became an autonomous community.


Municipal council[edit]

The current council consists of 16 councillors from 6 groupings:

  • 6 councillors, including the First Mayor, are from the CSU,
  • 3 councillors are from the SPD,
  • 3 councillors are from the UBA (Unabhängige Bürgergemeinschaft Anzing, Independent Citizens‘ Community),
  • 2 councillors are from the AJA (Aktive Jugend Anzing),
  • 1 councillor each comes from the Greens and the FWG (Freie Wählergemeinschaft Anzing, Anzing Free Voters’ Community)


  • First Mayor: Richard Hollerith (CSU)
  • Second Mayor: Franz Finauer (UBA)
  • Third Mayor: Peter Moossmann (CSU)

Coat of arms[edit]

Anzing’s coat of arms might be described thus: In Or a lion rampant sable armed and langued gules, above which two crossed lily staffs (Lilienstäbe in German) azure.

Economy and infrastructure[edit]


Anzing has an interchange with Bundesautobahn 94, which will lead from Munich through Mühldorf am Inn to Passau, although as yet (May 2007) it is only partly finished. Anzing lies only about 22 km east of the state capital, Munich, 18 km south of Erding, 34 km from Munich airport and 14 km from Ebersberg.

Businesses established in town[edit]

  • Lidl Auslieferungslager
  • Auto König (Exklusiv Fahrzeug Händler)
  • MasterTent Deutschland
  • Industrielle Buchbinderei Bückers GmbH

and many other regional businesses.

Famous people[edit]

Sepp Maier, FC Bayern goalkeeper and for many years federal goalkeeping trainer is known as the Katze von Anzing – the Cat from Anzing.

Gsindl, Bavarian rock band.


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