|Coordinates: 49°47′18″N 9°4′31″E / 49.78833°N 9.07528°ECoordinates: 49°47′18″N 9°4′31″E / 49.78833°N 9.07528°E|
|• Mayor||Uwe Olt|
|• Total||35.46 km2 (13.69 sq mi)|
|• Density||190/km2 (500/sq mi)|
|Time zone||CET/CEST (UTC+1/+2)|
|Dialling codes||06165, 09372, 06066|
Lützelbach borders in the north on the town of Breuberg and the town of Obernburg, in the east on the towns of Wörth am Main and Klingenberg (all three in Miltenberg district in Bavaria), in the south on the towns of Michelstadt and Bad König and in the west on the community of Höchst.
Lützelbach’s Ortsteile are Lützel-Wiebelsbach (the community’s administrative seat), Seckmauern, Haingrund, Breitenbrunn and Rimhorn.
Breitenbrunn, which has 830 inhabitants today, had its first documentary mention in 1273, but is believed to have already arisen by the 11th century.
The municipal election held on 26 March 2006 yielded the following results:
|Parties and voter communities|| %
|CDU||Christian Democratic Union of Germany||24.1||7||25.9||8|
|SPD||Social Democratic Party of Germany||40.8||13||30.7||10|
|ÜWG||Überparteiliche Wählergemeinschaft Lützelbach||35.1||11||38.8||12|
|BfL||Bürger für Lützelbach||–||–||4.6||1|
|Voter turnout in %||47.8||57.6|
In the runoff election on 27 February 2005, Uwe Olt (SPD) was elected mayor with 56.6% of the vote.
Spiritual Adviser Joseph Klein, as of 16 November 1987 (born 1913 in Bieber (now Offenbach), died 2005)
Culture and sightseeing
- Lützelbach’s official page with map (German)