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Coordinates: 48°16′8″N 10°53′27″E / 48.26889°N 10.89083°E / 48.26889; 10.89083Coordinates: 48°16′8″N 10°53′27″E / 48.26889°N 10.89083°E / 48.26889; 10.89083
Country Germany
State Bavaria
Admin. region Schwaben
District Augsburg
  Mayor Franz Feigl (CSU)
  Total 18.40 km2 (7.10 sq mi)
Population (2015-12-31)[1]
  Total 27,772
  Density 1,500/km2 (3,900/sq mi)
Time zone CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)
Postal codes 86343
Dialling codes 08231
Vehicle registration A
Website www.koenigsbrunn.de

Königsbrunn (Swabian: Kenigsbrunn[2]) is a municipality and the largest town in the district of Augsburg, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the left bank of the Lech, approx. 10 km south of Augsburg.


Königsbrunn is one of the youngest settlements in Bavaria. It became an independent commune in 1842 and obtained the municipal law 125 years later, in 1967. In 1688 the bishop built a custom house at the crossroad of Via Claudia, which is called the "Neuhaus" (meaning new house). It is the oldest building of the young city.


The local elections of 2014 produced the following result:[3]

Franz Feigl of the CSU has been Mayor since 2014.

Public safety


The responsible police station for Königsbrunn is the police station of Bobingen.

Rescue service

To Königsbrunn the ambulance comes from Bobingen, Haunstetten or Mering, normally.

Fire brigade

The fire station of the volunteer fire brigade of Königsbrunn is located at St.-Johannes-Straße 42 in Königsbrunn. Here a Löschzug (platoon for fire fighting) and a Rüstzug (platoon for technical help, e.g. road accidents) are stationed. There is no fixed area of responsibility. The public-safety answering point (PSAP) of Augsburg is responsible for alerting the fire brigade. The PSAP is always alerting the closest rescue vehicle to an emergency. Administrative borders like counties etc. do not matter here. The area of operation is about Königbrunn itself including the 4 lane B17 and for support the towns around.



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