Aschheim is a municipality in the district of Munich, Regierungsbezirk Oberbayern. It is located northeast of Munich, directly at the ring road A99 in Aschheim dialect is pronounced as Oschham [o ː ʃha ː m].

  • 3.1 municipal
  • 3.2 Mayor
  • 3.3 Coat of Arms
  • 3.4 Town twinning
  • 4.1 Museums
  • 4.2 Structures
  • 5.1 traffic
  • 5.2 Established businesses


Neighboring communities

Community structure

For the town of Aschheim two officially designated community members are reported.

  • Aschheim
  • Dornach


The place name is probably Aschheim on the word ascaim back, Latin for "home in the ash ." A first colonization of the present village hall took place at the end of the Neolithic period. Grave finds of the Corded Ware - (2800-2300 BC) and the Bell Beaker culture (2600-2300 BC), which came to light during the construction of the bypass in 2008, this first Siedelphase impressively document. House findings, pits and wells from the Bronze Age were found primarily in the southeastern municipality. Of particular note is a 7.5 m deep well from the early Bronze Age, in the lower meters, the multiphase wooden construction of the well casing in very good condition had ( now exhibited in the History - local history collection in Aschheim ).

Be found in the following epochs traces small rural settlements and farms in Aschheim. In Dornach could be - according to current knowledge - the first time people in the Celtic La Tène period down. Here was an open settlement and several smaller cemeteries. From the settlement dates including a bronze statuette of the goddess Athena / Minerva (about 100 BC).

The convenient location near the Roman road from Augsburg to Wels / Upper Austria introduced as early as the 1st century AD to the settlement of several estates - so-called villae rusticae (villa rustica) - in Aschheim. South of the town, near the present road to Feldkirchen, exported in the combined stone and timber construction, the main building of such an estate is also a small bathroom with stone bathtubs could be exposed in the years 2000 and 2005, whose comfort belonged. This complex is now protected again under the ground, but can be seen in its reconstructed form in the landscape using a clear view panorama.

Since the early Middle Ages, the occupation of the site an unending. For the period between 480/90 to the end of the 7th century found itself in today's local area a large cemetery, which was excavated in 1997 /98. Numerous findings provide information about the life and death this time. Towards the end of the 6th century, seems to be a family from the other to separate and to bury in a different place on which they can build a 600 very early wooden church. This church later served as a burial place of the saint St. Emmeram and is at the beginning of the seven church construction phases. The church is dedicated to the patron saints Saint Peter and Paul.

In 756/757 the first Bavarian synod took place in Aschheim, in 15 decisions on spiritual and temporal matters have been taken that have been narrated in the form of a protocol in the library of the cathedral chapter Freising. This protocol at the same time contains the first written records of the place name. Shortly thereafter, Aschheim found in the Life of St. Emmeram mention that was written to 770 from Freising Bishop Arbeo and. Upon events at the end of the 7th century relates.

After the inclusion of Bavaria in the Frankish Empire of Charlemagne 788 Aschheim was awarded as fief. Between 856 and 859 of the community town of Dornach is first mentioned in writing in a swap transaction. For Dornach written records in the 10th century mentions a tenth qualifying - ie relating duties - Church, however, made ​​other than in Aschheim, seemingly never the center of an independent parish. At least since 1315 Dornach was a branch of the parish Ottendichl. In the 12th century, the nobles of Aschheim often appear as witnesses in documents before the possession fragmented and primarily went to Munich patrician. It was here among other things to the families Schrenk, rose bush, thunder mountain, Ruepp or Lerchenfeld.Diese families are closely since 1500 with the Aschheimer history in conjunction. 1524 Chapel St. Emmeram ( Feldkirchen) was a branch of the parish Aschheim. 1659 was built west of the town, the St. Sebastian's Chapel of the Aschheimer population, but this was 1806/1807 canceled.

In 1813 the completion of the Aschheimer Central School. In the course of administrative reform in Bavaria in 1818 and Aschheim Dornach were independent political communities. 1835 was the King of Bavaria includes the final ceremony of possession in Aschheim. After the secularization of Dornach was umgepfarrt at the instigation of its inhabitants in 1838 to Aschheim and since that time a branch church of St. Peter and Paul. In 1905, the reference of a larger school building took place. From 1920 to 1929, the Abfanggraben (Munich ) was built north of Aschheim. In 1929 Ismaninger reservoir was also north of Aschheim built. On January 1, 1937 or October 1, 1942, the then- Dornach district Riem was assigned in two steps to the city of Munich. In 1973, the new section of highway 99 was released between junctions hair and Aschheim / Ismaning. 1974 saw the inauguration of the new building of the Celts Elementary School. The previous school building was converted to City Hall. In 1975, the new section of highway 99 was opened between junction Aschheim / Ismaning and the motorway intersection München -Nord. In the same year the present mansion was built in Dornach.

On May 1, 1978 Dornach was united in the course of municipal reform with the neighboring town of Aschheim. In 1987, the establishment of open youth center in Bodermo house at the sun road in Aschheim was. In 1992, the Cultural Building ( "sophisticated " ) was established as a cultural, educational and historical center of the town of Aschheim at the Münchner Str 8. Under the roof there is a theater and concert hall, the local library and the historical and heritage collection. In 1995, the St. Sebastian's Chapel was built on a modified site again. The former Dornacher Gemeindekanzlei has been rebuilt in 1996 at a youth club. In the years 1999 to 2001, the fire station in Aschheim has been extended.

In 2000, the expansion of the town hall have been completed and ( Helental called ) was the Park South East inaugurated. In 2001, the opening of the Senior Center Aschheim and assisted living took place. 2002, a branch of Johann Andreas Schmeller Realschule Ismaning was established in Aschheim. In 2003, the Feststadl has been dedicated to the Eichendorffstraße. The College branch in Aschheim has become independent in 2004 under the name St. Emmeram junior high school and moved in 2006 a new school building. In the same year 1250 year celebration of Aschheim and the 1150 - year celebration of Dornach took place. The senior center Aschheim and assisted living has been extended each time by a cultivation 2006. In 2009, the inauguration of the leisure park southwest and the commissioning of the first inter-municipal geothermal project in Germany - AFK ( Aschheim, Feldkirchen, Kirchheim ) - instead. The ring road in the east of Aschheim, along highway 99, was opened in 2010. In the spring of 2011 has started with the construction of the now 4 day care center in the town of Aschheim. On 16 July 2011, the inauguration of the new fire station, volunteer firefighters Dornach took place. The former Dornacher fire station will be transformed to a community center, among others. A citizen solar park (photovoltaic ) north of the Abfanggrabens and west of the A99 was inaugurated on September 9, 2011.


Parish council

The council consists of 20 active volunteers. He has been working for the local elections of March 2, 2008, as follows:


The first mayor since 1984 Helmut J. Englmann (CSU ).

Coat of arms

The coat of arms of the town of Aschheim dates from 1956 and was the occasion of the 1200th anniversary of the first Synod and of the Bavarian state parliament in Aschheim presents the Mayor Franz Ruthus. The coat of arms includes a stylized tree with two branches of ash, which are a symbolic representation of the place name, which is derived from " ash ". The silver background and the blue sheets indicate the close and has existed since the earliest days of the settlement conjunction with the Bavarian duchy.


Cities partnerships with the communities

A municipal friendship there with the district Liegau - Augustusbad the city Radeberg in Saxony.

Culture and sights

See also List of historic buildings in Aschheim


The History - history collection shows the pre-and early historical development of the municipal area of Dornach Aschheim, and their medieval and modern history until today. In the foreground (from about 2800/2600 BC) to the Early Middle Ages the numerous archaeological finds from the Neolithic period are (. 5th-8th century AD). It focuses on the legacies of the Celtic period ( 450-15 BC) - from which also the highlights of the collection, the Athena of Dornach originates - and the finds from the series cemeteries of the early Middle Ages.

Church and association history as well as the municipal development of Aschheim Dornach and be brought near through models, documents and photos. The collection is housed in the bright basement of the cultural building of Aschheim and can during the week through access via the library to be visited, every 3rd Sunday by her entrance in the basement.


Cultural building with an auditorium, Münchner Straße 8, 85609 Aschheim

Economy and infrastructure


About the beltway A 99 and A 94 of the Medium Ring in Munich, can be reached in about 15 minutes to downtown within 25 minutes. It bus services run to S2 (stations Riem, Feldkirchen and Heimstetten ) to S8 ( Ismaning station ) and for U2 ( Fair City West). Federal highway 471 crosses the Aschheimer municipality in north-south direction.

Established businesses

  • AMD
  • DHL parcel center 85
  • Escada
  • Fiducia IT
  • Ingram Micro Distribution
  • Hewlett Packard
  • Salewa
  • STMicroelectronics
  • Symantec Germany
  • Western Digital
  • Exact Software Germany
  • Wirecard