Wolfsegg is a municipality in the district of Regensburg Upper Palatinate and the seat of the administrative community Pielenhofen Wolfsegg.
- 2.1 Amalgamations
- 2.2 spin-offs
- 2.3 Population development
- 3.1 Coat of Arms
- 5.1 Economy, agriculture and forestry
- 5.2 Education
Wolfsegg is about 17-20 km in the region of Regensburg.
The municipality has twelve Wolfsegg officially named districts:
- Grave houses
- Hermann Stetten
- Bug village
- Saxony Mayrhofen
- Vicious blow
There is only the district Wolfsegg.
On January 1, 1971, until then independent municipality Heitzenhofen was incorporated.
On 1 May 1978, a region was surrendered with about 200 inhabitants of the neighboring community Duggendorf.
Mayor Wolfgang Pirzer. 12 local councils (5 SPD, CSU 4, 3 FW)
The municipal tax revenue amounted to the equivalent of € 433,000 in 1999, which amounted to the trade tax revenues ( net) converted € 36,000.
Coat of arms
Blazon: Oblique divided; top in gold, a black wolf's head with red tongue, down five times shared by silver and blue. The coat of arms is conducted since 1971.
Culture and sights
The main attraction is the medieval castle with Wolfsegg Castle Museum.
- List of monuments in Wolfsegg (Oberpfalz )
Economy and infrastructure
Economy, agriculture and forestry
There were 1998 in the field of agriculture and forestry none, in the production sector and 38 in the area of trade and transport 52 persons work at the workplace. Social insurance contributions at residence, there were a total of 525 in the manufacturing sector, there were none, the construction sector 3 farms. In addition, in 1999, there were 18 farms with an agricultural area of 363 ha, of which 286 were hectares of arable land.
There are the following facilities (as of 1999):
- Kindergartens: 50 kindergarten places with 66 children
- Elementary schools: 1 with 4 teachers and 89 students