City administration Bad Liebenzell
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Our renowned spa town is situated in the picturesque Nagold valley adjoining the northern Black Forest. It offers people an attractive living and recreational experience. Numerous cultural offers as well as the lively club life provide variety in our spa and parts of the town. You can find all you need to know about our associations, churches and politics, various institutions and our events here. Of course, my staff and I are available to clarify any personal concerns by phone or in person. Have fun exploring Bad Liebenzell.
“After a long wait, we will at last be able to start the 2020 outdoor pool season at Bad Liebenzell's outdoor pool this Saturday, the 20th of June 2020. The preparations for this season have been in full swing since the beginning of March, but then came the coronavirus and from one day to the next it was uncertain whether there would even be an outdoor pool season this year. The outdoor pool team were undeterred by the unfortunate situation and they continued to prepare the pool for the outdoor season and to ensure its normal quality.weiterlesen
27. May 2020
Contracts worth around € 940,000 awarded
Several contracts were awarded at the municipal council meeting of May 19.
An expert opinion, detailing the implementation or creation of a recultivation layer as part of the recultivation of the "Hochholz" landfill site, will have to be obtained. ICP in Karlsruhe was commissioned to do this work (just under € 50,000).weiterlesen
27. May 2020
Financial Impact of the Corona Crisis
The corona crisis is forcing councils to deal with some tasks. One of them, the importance of which will only become apparent in the future, is the collapse in tax revenues. At the recent meeting of the local council, treasurer Lucas Hansen explained the current situation as well as its possible consequences.
Maintaining the town's liquidity is now the top priority. As a result, the cash credit in the 2020 budget was increased to € 8 million as a precautionary measure.weiterlesen
27. May 2020
On May 19, the municipal council and the forest administration decided on the forest management guidelines for the next ten years.
Karl-Heinz Stierle, responsible for forest management and hunting at the administrative district office, explained at the meeting that a lot of damaged wood had recurred. Stierle explained the methods and objectives of the forest management to the municipal council.weiterlesen