Steinenbronn

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Steinenbronn
Coat of arms of Steinenbronn
Coat of arms
Steinenbronn   is located in Germany
Steinenbronn
Steinenbronn
Coordinates: 48°39′53″N 09°07′21″E / 48.66472°N 9.12250°E / 48.66472; 9.12250Coordinates: 48°39′53″N 09°07′21″E / 48.66472°N 9.12250°E / 48.66472; 9.12250
Country Germany
State Baden-Württemberg
Admin. region Stuttgart
District Böblingen
Government
 • Mayor Johann Singer
Area
 • Total 9.72 km2 (3.75 sq mi)
Elevation 431 m (1,414 ft)
Population (2015-12-31)[1]
 • Total 6,466
 • Density 670/km2 (1,700/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 71144
Dialling codes 07157
Vehicle registration BB
Website www.steinenbronn.de

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.

Geography[edit]

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.

Politics[edit]

Mayor[edit]

since the end of World War II:

  • 1945–1950: Gottlob Krauß
  • 1950–1980: Reinhold Buck
  • 1980–1996: Hermann Walz
  • since 1996: Johann Singer

Municipal Council[edit]

Elections in May 2014:

  • Freie Wähler (Free voters): 5 seats
  • CDU: 5 seats
  • Offene Grüne Liste (Open green list): 2 seats
  • SPD: 2 seats

Infrastructure[edit]

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.

important Distances:

  • Stuttgart-Airport: 8 km
  • Stuttgart: 20 km
  • Tübingen: 24 km

Education[edit]

Steinenbronn is the seat of a secondary school with more than 400 students.

Twin towns [2][edit]

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