Teesdorf is a market town with 1747 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2013 ) in the district of Baden in Lower Austria.
- 2.1 Population development
Teesdorf located in the industrial district, in Lower Austria. The area of the municipality covers 7.3 square kilometers. 1.66 percent of the area is forested. There are no other local villages.
Through the town Triesting flows.
In ancient times, the area was part of the province of Pannonia. In the core Austrian state of Lower Austria lying the place informed the eventful history of Austria.
Source: Population Development of Statistics Austria
Mayor of the municipality is Hans drinking, office manager Heidi Windisch. In the market there are local council after the local elections in 2005 with a total of 19 seats following distribution of seats: List SPÖ 15, ÖVP list 4, no other seats.
The town's landmark is the building of the former cotton mill Teesdorf. The built 1908 to 1912 after plans by Bruno Bauer reinforced concrete frame structure with its distinctive water tower is considered a major example of early modern architecture in Austria. The mill itself was founded in 1803. From 1906 to 1926, the later famous novelist Hermann Broch was an assistant director or manager of the acquired company from his father. The operation of the mill was closed in 1993, since then, the building is crumbling and deserted. The tower is a listed building!
Every year on the first weekend of August (Saturday - Monday ) instead of the Kirtag hard popularly home Teesdorf. This Saturday is all about the youth and there is a clubbing instead. On Sunday there is a cozy brunch after church. The Monday is also called fried chicken Kirtag for its main supply.
Economy and infrastructure
Non-agricultural workplaces, there were 51 in 2001, according to the 1999 survey, there were 23 agricultural and forestry holdings. Employed at the residence were 2001 627 people according to the census. The employment rate in 2001 was 47.57 percent. In 2003, on average there were 74 unemployed at the site.
In Teesdorf is also home to the oldest driving safety center in Austria, which is operated by the Automobile Club ÖAMTC. It was founded in 1987.