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Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen: A district in figures


How many people live in the district - and how many dairy cows? For the 50th birthday of Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen, the editors have put together interesting and surprising figures.

How many people live in the district - and how many dairy cows?

For the 50th birthday of Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen, the editors have put together interesting and surprising figures.

Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen

– It's been exactly 50 years since the district of Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen came into being in its current form in the course of local government reform.

On July 1, 1972, the two old districts of Bad Tölz and large parts of the district of Wolfratshausen were combined and merged into today's double district.

On the occasion of this anniversary, the Tölzer Kurier has put together some interesting but also surprising facts and figures about the district.

Data from the Bavarian State Statistical Office from the years 2019 to 2021 served as the basis.

Largest city Geretsried, smallest community Jachenau


people live in the district.

The largest city, Geretsried, has

25,221 inhabitants.


citizens live in the smallest municipality Jachenau.

The area of ​​the district is

1111 square kilometers.


towns and communities belong to the district of Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen.

Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen: Forest, Isar, nature reserves

The private weather station at Hechenberg determined an annual average temperature of

8.2 degrees Celsius for the district in 2021.

The average rainfall last year was 111.6

liters per square meter.


nature reserves are designated in the district.


percent of the district is covered with forest.


liters flow down the Isar every second in winter.

The level at the Isar power plant in Bad Tölz measures

33,000 liters per second during the summer months.

The highest mountain in Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen is the Schafreuter

The highest mountain measures 2102

meters - the Schafreuter, over which the border between Bavaria and Tyrol runs.


percent of the district area is used for agriculture.

There are 1145

farms in total.


dairy cows and


cattle cavorted on the pastures and in the stables.

More citizens in Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen over 65 than under 18

The district stretches

51 kilometers from north to south.

It is 30

kilometers from west to east.


percent of the population is under 18 years old.


percent is the proportion of over 65-year-olds.

Citizens produced 66,038

tons of waste in 2019.


tons of bulky waste were disposed of in the same year.

WGV Quartzbichl maintains

23 recycling centers in the district.

This is how big the average apartment in Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen is

Citizens consumed 70,101,300

kilowatt hours of electricity in 2020.


rooms and

An average apartment in the district has an area of ​​100

square meters.

There were 58,716

apartments in total in 2020.

On average, 115.2

people live in one square kilometer in the district.

This means that the population density is almost twice as high as in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.

The district office issued 336

building permits in 2020.


new buildings were erected in the same year.

What does the district citizen earn on average?


employees subject to social security contributions were registered in 2020.

There are 14

companies with over 250 employees in the district.


insolvency proceedings were opened in 2021 at the district court in Wolfratshausen.


108 insolvency proceedings were opened in 2021 at the district court in Wolfratshausen.

© Volker Ufertinger

The annual average unemployment rate in 2020 was 2.8



social assistance recipients were registered on average in 2020.


euros was the primary income per month in 2019.


holidaymakers spent their holidays in the district in 2021.


263,043 vacationers spent their holidays in the district.

The Tölzer Marktstrasse is popular with tourists.

© Arndt Pröhl


guests came from abroad.

Holidaymakers stayed 3.5

days on average.


hospitals ensure medical care in the district.


5 hospitals ensure medical care in the district, one of which is the Asklepios city clinic.

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patients were admitted there in 2019.

The district association of the Red Cross has 8,959

supporting members.


primary school children learned to read, write and do arithmetic last school year.

Pupils and trainees in the district visit 39

schools of almost all types of education every day.

Figures on the road network in Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen


teachers from all school classes were registered with the Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen school authority in 2021.


employees counted the


craft businesses in 2019.

The road construction authority in Weilheim im Landkreis looks after 435

kilometers of road.

This roughly corresponds to the distance from Bad Tölz to Florence.


kilometers of it on federal roads,


kilometers of state roads as well


kilometers of county roads.


road maintenance depots in Bad Tölz and Wolfratshausen take on the tasks on site.

Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen: Commuters and commuters

At the end of 2021, 105,536

vehicles were registered with the registration office in the district office.


people commute to their place of work outside the district every day.


foreigners have their jobs in the district.


traffic accidents occurred in 2021 on the roads of the Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen district.


dead as well


light and serious injuries are the sad result.


crimes were registered in 2020 by the police headquarters in Oberbayern Süd in the district.

The officials were able to clear up 71.1

percent of the offenses.

You can find more current news from the region around Bad Tölz at Tölz.

By Franziska Selter

Source: merkur

All news articles on 2022-07-01

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