• SPÖ: 13
  • ÖVP: 6
  • FPÖ: 1
  • BL -EW Template: Election chart / Maintenance / code: 1

Ennsdorf is a municipality in the district of Amstetten in Lower Austria with 2934 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2013).


Ennsdorf located on the Enns River in the Most district in Lower Austria. The area of ​​the municipality covers 7.69 square kilometers.

There are no other local villages, districts are Ennsdorf ( 1835 Ew. ) And Windpassing ( 527 Ew. ).

Neighboring communities



In ancient times, the area was part of the province of Noricum. Already in 1244 Ennsdorf was mentioned. The place told the eventful history of the city of Enns, however, was due to the border formed by the Ennsfluss since records began until 1779 in St. Valentin. It was spun off as part of the Josephine reforms from the parish, as the inhabitants had an unacceptably long way in the church. It is probably attributed to Joseph's economy, that of a new church building took distance. Instead Ennsdorf and Windpassing the Stadtpfarre Enns were incorporated, which had lost to Upper Austrian side large areas. This scheme was somewhat delicate, since the Ennsdorf now had their church and its cemetery in Upper Austria. Fortunately among the two states with the brief exception of 1945 to 1955 at always the same sovereignty. Only in 1882 it came to the political disengagement of St. Valentine and the formation of the independent community Ennsdorf consisting of the districts Ennsdorf and Windpassing. At that time possessed the place had no infrastructure. Only in the 20th century, the municipal office, school and kindergarten, police station and post office were built. A reunion with St.Valentin was rejected by the population, the merger with Enns because of the limit is not possible. The post office was disbanded in the wake of large-scale Austria -wide post offices closing shaft. The policeman has now been merged with the police station of St. Valentin. About a religious center, so church and cemetery does not have Ennsdorf today. In recent decades, the community experienced by the expansion of the harbor great economic boom, which of course also has an effect in the population growth and the construction activity.


Mayor of the municipality is Alfred Buchberger, Head Office Alfred Buchberger. In the council there after the municipal elections of 2010 a total of 21 seats following distribution of seats: 13 SPÖ, ÖVP 6, FPÖ 1, BL -EW 1, no other seats.

Coat of arms

Blazon: "A divided shield, above in blue two golden right flipped Adler, divided down again from silver to red. " This two -headed eagle on a blue background are part of the Lower Austrian coat of arms and the colors red and white are the Upper Austrian colors. The coat of arms is the location of the village on the border river Enns symbolize between Upper and Lower Austria, and be a sign of solidarity with the two countries.

Culture, attractions, clubs

  • See also: List of the listed objects in Ennsdorf
  • ASKO Ennsdorf
  • FF Ennsdorf
  • K , initiative to promote art, culture and other fun stuff