|• Mayor||Kurt Krottenhammer|
|• Total||10.46 km2 (4.04 sq mi)|
|Elevation||700 m (2,300 ft)|
|Population (1 January 2016)|
|• Density||110/km2 (280/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET (UTC+1)|
|• Summer (DST)||CEST (UTC+2)|
Langenegg is located in the westernmost province of Austria, Vorarlberg, in district of Bregenz southeast of Lake Constance. 38.6% of the area is forested. The municipality is a member of the German-Austrian joint project Nagelfluhkette National Park.
The municipality of Langenegg borders five other municipalities in Vorarlberg. These communities, also located in the Bregenz Forest, are clockwise from the north: Doren, Krumbach, Hittisau, Lingenau and Alberschwende.
The Habsburgs ruled the cities in Vorarlberg partly from Tyrol and from Further Austria. From 1805 to 1814 it belonged to Bavaria, then back to Austria. Langenegg was part of Vorarlberg since its founding in 1861. The place was part of the French occupation zone from 1945 until 1955. On July 6, 2010 Langenegg won the competition for the 11th European Village Renewal Award.
The proportion of foreigners in 2002 was 7.1%.
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The Langeneggian municipal council consists of 15 members. The election took place during the last local council elections in 2015 not by party lists, but by majority vote. Mayor of the municipality is Kurt Krottenhammer.
Economy and infrastructure
In 2003 there were 16 enterprises of trade and industry with 92 employees and four apprentices. There were 429 wage taxpayers in employment. Agriculture plays an important role. The share of agricultural land in the total area is 54.6%.
There is a school with 107 students (as of November 2006) and a small kindergarten.
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