Sankt Ilgen until the end of 2014 a municipality with 272 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2013 ) in the judicial district of Bruck an der Mur and in the political district of Bruck- Miirzzuschlag in Styria. As part of the municipality of structural reform in Styria it is merged in 2015 with the communities Etmißl and Thoerl, the new community will continue the name Thoerl. This is based on the Styrian community structure reform law - StGsrG.
- 2.1 Municipal Council
- 2.2 Coat of Arms
- 2.3 Regional Policy
Sankt Ilgen is located northwest of Kapfenberg and is named after its patron saint, St. Giles of St. Gilles.
Sankt Ilgen consists of a single cadastral St. Ilgen or from the single town of Sankt Ilgen.
- SPÖ: 6
- ÖVP: 3
The seats parameter is obsolete and redundant!
- 6 Mandates Social Democratic Party of Austria ( SPÖ)
- 3 mandates Austrian People's Party (ÖVP )
Mayor is Margit Pessl ( SPÖ).
Coat of arms
Blazon (Coat of Arms description):
The award of the municipality coat of arms came into effect on 1 July 2003.
St. Ilgen is a member in December 2, 2009 Regionext small Hochschwab South, and in the LEADER area Mariazellerland - Muerztal.
At the municipal structural reform 2010-2015 the congregation merged with perhaps Etmißl, with Thoerl, or both - this is also in negotiations with Bruck and Kapfenberg, an inclusion in these cities will be rejected by the St. Ilgner Etmißler and local politics. In Discussion is also a further merger with Aflenz / Aflenz country and perhaps Turnau ( 6 solution).