Uttendorf is a municipality with 2882 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2013 ) in Salzburg in Zell am See district in Austria. It is geographically the third largest municipality in the area, with about 43 square kilometers of the area in the National Park Hohe Tauern lie.
- 2.1 Population development
- 4.1 Municipal Council
- 4.2 Coat of Arms
- 5.1 traffic
The municipality is located in the Pinzgau in Salzburg. Uttendorf was until 2002 part of the then abandoned the judicial district of Mittersill and belongs since 2003 to the judicial district of Zell am See.
The municipality includes the following 10 places (in brackets population as of 31 October 2011):
- Hofham (74 )
- Köhlbichl (275 )
- Litzldorf (158 )
- Pölsen (71 )
- Quettensberg (240 )
- Schwarzenbach ( 48)
- Stubach (151 )
- Tobersbach (170 )
- Uggl (63 )
- Uttendorf ( 1641)
The municipality comprises the cadastral Schwarzenbach, Stubach, Tobersbach and Uttendorf.
Grave sites from the Hallstatt period show an early settlement. In 1160 a Uoto of Uotendorf and for the first time and the place is mentioned in a document.
From 1943 to 1945, there were in Stubachtal a subcamp of the Dachau concentration camp to house forced laborers for the construction of power plants.
In Stubachtal found mighty mountain crystals ( up to 618 kg ) can be seen in the Museum of Natural Salzburg today.
- SPÖ: 10
- ÖVP: 7
- FPÖ: 2
The seats parameters is outdated and obsolete!
The municipal council of Uttendorf has 19 members and is composed as follows since the local council elections in 2009 together:
Mayor since June 27, 2013 Hannes Lerchbaumer ( SPÖ).
Coat of arms
The coat of arms was Uttendorf 1969 awarded by the Government of Salzburg. Blazon: "A divided shield; above in red at the division of silver bedrock outstanding between two obliquely outwardly facing silver rhinestones just such a pale example. Down in a stylized silver blue turbine wheel ten spoon-shaped blades. " The quartz crystals are related to the discovery of the largest known rock crystal in the municipality; the wheel of a Pelton turbine points to the Stubachwerk.
Economy and infrastructure
Tourism has about 160,000 overnight stays in the main source of income. The lake and the grounds of Weisssee glacier lifts are important attractions.
There are also a number of small and medium enterprises with over 850 employees. Also important are the hydropower stations of the Austrian Federal Railways in Stubachtal.
Uttendorf is connected by a railway station on the narrow gauge Pinzgau Local Railway between Zell am See and Krimml ( about Mittersill ). The station building was renovated in early 2010.
The Mittersiller road B 168 runs from Zell am See via Uttendorf to Mittersill.