Borgstedt (Danish: Borgsted ) is a municipality in the district of Rendsburg -Eckernförde in Schleswig -Holstein.
- 3.1 Coat of Arms
- 4.1 schools
- 4.2 Social Institutions
- 4.3 Sport and Leisure
Geography and transport
Borgstedt located 5 km northeast of Rendsburg on the north shore of the North Sea-Baltic Canal.
Within the area are the districts Lehmbek, Diekshof and Borgstedtfelde.
Important transport links are the A 7 and the B 203 and the Rendsburger infrastructure (railway station, harbor, etc.).
The first regular settlement of the current municipal area was at 1250, first documented in the community is in 1375th warlike stores around the Rendsburger fortress in the 16th and 17th centuries prevented a further increase in population. Only with the construction of the Eider Canal 1777-1784, the population grew. 1880 lived 283 people in Borgstedt. 1912, the channel was straightened and there was the Borgstedter narrowness.
On 1 October 1975, the community was incorporated Lehmbek.
Of the 13 seats in the municipal council, the CDU has been the local elections in 2013 seven seats and voters Community UWG and the SPD have three seats.
Coat of arms
Blazon: "In a green sloping left silver wave beams, accompanied above by a golden thing floor, down from a golden wheel with eight spokes. The thing floor consists of a short shaft that ends up in three eyes, is drawn through each of which a ring. "
Economy and infrastructure
- Primary school Borgstedt (140 pupils)
- Residential and nursing home
- Pensioners dorm
Sport and Leisure
- Sports field
- Two football fields
- Two tennis courts
- Gymnasium at the elementary school
- Bathing place on the Eider
- Riding and running paths on the Eider