Senden


The town of Senden is the second-largest town of the district of Neu-Ulm in Bavaria and is located at the border to Baden-Württemberg. The town belongs to the Donau-Iller-Nahverkehrsverbund. Senden's neighbours are Neu-Ulm in the north, Weißenhorn in the east, Vöhringen in the south and Illerkirchberg in the west.

Senden
Town hall
Coat of arms
Location of Senden within Neu-Ulm district
Senden
Senden
Coordinates: 48°19′N 10°04′E
CountryGermany
StateBavaria
Admin. regionSchwaben
DistrictNeu-Ulm
Government
  MayorRaphael Bögge (CSU)
Area
  Total25.17 km2 (9.72 sq mi)
Elevation
486 m (1,594 ft)
Population
 (2020-12-31)[1]
  Total22,587
  Density900/km2 (2,300/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+01:00 (CET)
  Summer (DST)UTC+02:00 (CEST)
Postal codes
89250
Dialling codes07307, 07309 (Witzighausen)
Vehicle registrationNU
Websitewww.stadt-senden.de

Town parts


The town parts are Aufheim, Ay, Freudenegg, Hittistetten, Witzighausen and Wullenstetten

Politics


The Senden town council consists since the election of 2014 of:

Economics and infrastructure


Traffic

Senden lies at the Bundesstraße 28 and at the train line Ulm-Oberstdorf (Illertalbahn).

Companies

  • Möbel Inhofer

Education


Schools

Elementary- and Main schools
  • Elementary school Senden (Bürgermeister-Engelhart-Schule)
  • Elementary school Aufheim
  • Elementary school Ay
  • Elementary school Wullenstetten[2]
  • Main school Senden (Rektor-Werner-Ziegler-Schule)[3]
Vocational- and technical highschools
  • Urban economics school Senden[4]
Special schools
  • Lindenhof-school Senden, private promotion center for mental development[5]

Spare time- and sports centres

  • Ice skating rink
  • public lake- and indoor swimming pool
  • several bathing lakes
  • City park with Minigolf

International relations


Senden is twinned with:

Culture


Urban cultural events take mainly place in the 2002 opened "Bürgerhaus".

Music associations

  • "Dorfmusikanten Aufheim" (village musicians of Aufheim) with their youth band "WITA"[6]
  • "Musikvereinigung Senden-Ay-Oberkirchberg" (united musicians of Senden-Ay-Oberkirchberg) www.musikvereinigung.net
  • "Harmonia Wullenstetten" (harmony of Wullenstetten)[7]

Singing associations

  • Choir unity "Concordia" Ay[8]
  • Choir unity "Frohsinn" Aufheim
  • Choir unity "Sängertreu" Senden
  • Choir unity Witzighausen-Hittistetten
  • Church choir Senden (protestantic)
  • Church choir Senden (catholic)

References