|• Mayor||Johann Singer|
|• Total||9.72 km2 (3.75 sq mi)|
|Elevation||431 m (1,414 ft)|
|• Density||670/km2 (1,700/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)|
Steinenbronn is a town in the district of Böblingen in Baden-Württemberg in Germany. The district has one public school and five kindergartens. The east side is industrial while the west side of the town is rather urban.
Steinenbronn lies on the edge of the Nationalpark Schönbuch at the old trade route Stuttgart - Tübingen, five kilometers south of Leinfelden-Echterdingen, three kilometers north of Waldenbuch and five kilometers east of Schönaich.
since the end of World War II:
- 1945–1950: Gottlob Krauß
- 1950–1980: Reinhold Buck
- 1980–1996: Hermann Walz
- since 1996: Johann Singer
Elections in May 2014:
- Freie Wähler (Free voters): 5 seats
- CDU: 5 seats
- Offene Grüne Liste (Open green list): 2 seats
- SPD: 2 seats
From 1928 to 1965 Steinenbronn was part of the Siebenmühlentalbahn (Leinfelden-Waldenbuch). Today Steinenbronn is connected to the mass transit of Stuttgart. Steinenbronn is located at the former Bundesstraße 27, now Landstraße 1208 which connects Stuttgart and Tübingen.
- Stuttgart-Airport: 8 km
- Stuttgart: 20 km
- Tübingen: 24 km
Steinenbronn is the seat of a secondary school with more than 400 students.
- Quinsac (France), since 1966
- Polla (Italy), since 1991
- Le Roeulx (Belgium), since 1992
- Bernsdorf, since German reunion
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