Haldenwang is a municipality in the Swabian district of Günzburg and office of the Management Community Haldenwang.

  • 2.1 Amalgamations
  • 3.1 municipal
  • 3.2 Mayor
  • 5.1 Sons and daughters of the town


Haldenwang lies in the Danube-Iller region at the transition between the Swabian Alb and the Danube valley. The name is derived from the Old High German words halda ( = slope ) and wanc from ( = realms ).

There are the following districts: Oak Mayrhofen, Mayrhofen port, Haldenwang and Konzenberg.


The following districts belong to the community Haldenwang:

  • Konzenberg with Mehrstetten
  • Mayrhofen Mayrhofen with oak harbor


Haldenwang was the seat of an Upper and Lower Court of the rule Haldenwang and belonged to the Baron von Freyberg -Eisenberg since 1525. With the Act of Confederation, in 1806 the city became part of Bavaria and in 1818 by the municipality edict of a municipality.


On 1 January 1976, the until then independent municipality Mayrhofen port was incorporated. On May 1, 1978, added Konzenberg.


Parish council

The council has 12 members. Since the local elections in 2002 they distributed among the following lists:

  • Free voting bloc Konzenberg: 5 seats
  • Haldenwanger Block: 4 seats
  • Voter block port Mayrhofen: 3 seats


Mayor since 1996, Georg Holzinger ( voter block / Haldenwanger block / Stringer voting bloc ).


  • Castle of the Lords of Freyberg
  • Parish church with typical onion dome


  • Musikverein Haldenwang / port Mayrhofen e.V.
  • Catholic Women's League Haldenwang
  • Volunteer Fire Haldenwang e.V.
  • Shooting club " Eintracht Haldenwang " e.V.
  • Catholic fraternities Haldenwang e.V.

Sons and daughters of the town

  • Thomas Dachser (1906-1979), entrepreneur