Bubesheim is a municipality in the Swabian district of Günzburg and a member of the administrative community Kötz.

  • 3.1 Coat of Arms
  • 3.2 Town twinning
  • 4.1 monuments
  • 5.1 Economy, agriculture and forestry
  • 5.2 traffic
  • 5.3 Formation


Bubesheim lies in the Danube-Iller region at the northernmost edge of the Alpine foreland before it drops to the valleys of the Danube and Günz. The municipal area extends mainly in the direction of the plane south, including the east located in Günztal Günzriedweihers ( popularly known as Burger water lake). The place can be subdivided into an upper and a lower part, which lies in the valley of Bubesheimer Bach. There are the following districts: Bubesheim.


Bubesheim belonged since the Middle Ages to belong to Austria Margraviate of Burgau. By pledging it passed temporarily into the hands of Swabian noble families such as the Barons of Hohenberg and the barons of Rehlinger. Since the peace treaties of Brno and Bratislava in 1805 the place belonged to Bavaria. In the course of administrative reform in the Kingdom of Bavaria was born with the congregation of 1818, the current community. The complete story Bubesheims that goes back partly to the Stone Age, can be read in the local chronicle ( See also: Literature ).

Population Development

On the territory of the municipality were 1970 819, 1987, 1149 and 2000 counted 1,406 residents a year. Since then, the population oscillates around a stable value of 1450th


Bubesheim is an independent municipality, but working with wholesale and Kleinkötz in an administrative community together. The council has 12 members. Since the local elections 2014, it relate to the following lists:

  • CSU: 5 seats
  • CDU: 3 seats
  • Independent Citizens' List: 4 seats

Mayor since 2008 Walter Sauter (CDU ).

The total budget for 2010 amounted to 3.9 million euros, the per capita debt increased from last year's € 68, mainly through the construction of the children's home, 657 € per Bubesheimer citizens. The income tax revenue amounted to € 490,000 in the same year, the trade tax revenue € 280,000.

Coat of arms

In 1970, the community received its official coat of arms. It shows a striding lion (Coat of Arms of von Hohenberg ) and two silver lace with silver roses (Coat of Arms of the Rehlinger ).


As of 1977, the municipality maintains an informal partnership with the French town of St. Fulgent. Since then reciprocal visit trips take place again and again.

Culture and sights

Many of the current 20 clubs organized throughout the year, festivals and other activities, such as theater performances, or even children's programs during the school holidays. Best known are the annual garden party of the volunteer fire department Bubesheim and the performances of the two Bubesheimer theater clubs during the festive season.

In the woods and fields, mainly south of Bubesheim, there are many archaeological monuments. In addition to some grave mound groups, partly from the Hall Stone Age, were found throughout the municipality prehistoric and Roman settlement remains, like coins, bricks and ceramic parts. Also, unfortunately, are no longer visible remains of a Roman estate ( villa rustica) on Bubesheimer and Kötzer hallway.


List of monuments in Bubesheim

Infrastructure and economy

Economy, agriculture and forestry

Bubesheim is dominated by agriculture has always been, the 441 ha arable land and 116 ha of forest area (as of 2009 ) in the municipal area are, however, increasingly managed only by individual facilities. Until the early 20th century, almost every local family maintained a farm, in 2007 there were only 14 farms with a focus on the fruit market building. The once large numbers of dairy cattle was halved between 1999 and 2007 to only 251 cattle. The largest employer today is the manufacturing industry with 248 dar. of a total of 329 jobs in the city The construction of Legoland in the immediate vicinity also promoted tourism in 2006 by about 3,000 overnight stays were recorded. Next, there were 2009 trade and transport 55 persons work at the workplace. Social insurance contributions at residence, there were a total of 543

One of the biggest local companies include:

  • Kögl vehicle and equipment
  • Tripus switching electronics
  • L N recycling
  • Oberauer Plumber


Like a bolt runs along the southern edge of the village the A8 west-/östlicher direction which is is six lanes since 2003. In the center the St 2020 Holzgünz Günzburg and the GZ 4 of Forest Stetten Riedheim meet. In the north of the site the GZ 18 branches off from the road to Günzburg towards Denzingen from. Also a short piece of Mittelschwaben train from Günzburg to Mindelheim located in the municipality. At the outset large traffic load due to the St 2020, which is partly used as a toll-free shortcut between the A7 and A8 of trucks, is the fact that the need for rerouting the A8 runs through the community.

To the west and northwest of Bubesheim is the former airbase Leipheim. By the end of the military use by the Bundeswehr 2008, he was greatly the development of the village. A special purpose association has taken over the property under the title " Intercommunal business park district of Günzburg " by the federal government. At the Association of the City Leipheim, the town of Günzburg, the community and the district of Günzburg Bubesheim are involved.


There are the following facilities (as of 2010):

  • Daycare: 12 day care places with 6 children
  • Kindergarten: 65 kindergarten places with 50 children
  • Parish Library: the old vicarage


  • Monsignor Kaspar Willibald Kaiser, Cleric Council, papal chamberlain secret and only honorary citizen Bubesheims
  • Anton Edelmann, English TV chef
  • Paul Sauter, football player and talent scout
  • Janine Berger, gymnast