|• Mayor||Matthias Seitz (SPD)|
|• Total||68.17 km2 (26.32 sq mi)|
|Elevation||383 m (1,257 ft)|
|• Density||89/km2 (230/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+01:00 (CET)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC+02:00 (CEST)|
|Dialling codes||09871, 09876 (Kitschendorf)|
|Vehicle registration||AN, DKB, FEU, ROT|
Windsbach is located in the Rangau area at the Franconian Rezat River. The city's position is 20 km eastward of the district capital Ansbach and 40 km southwestern of Nuremberg. Beside the Franconian Rezat River the Aurach, a side arm of the Rednitz River flows through the community area.
The following communities surround Windsbach (beginning north going clockwise direction): Rohr, Kammerstein, Abenberg, Spalt, Mitteleschenbach, Wolframs-Eschenbach, Lichtenau, Neuendettelsau and Heilsbronn.
Windsbach consists out of 29 suburbs:
- First mayor: Matthias Seitz (SPD)
- Second mayor: Norbert Kleinöder (Hinterland of Windsbach)
- Third mayor: Karl Schuler (SPD)
The City Council has (including the 1. Mayor) 21 members:
|CSU / Engaged Citizens||6|
|SPD / Independent Voters||6|
|Voter-Alliance Hinterland of Windsbach||4|
|Free Voters / Citizen Fraction of Windsbach (WBB)||2|
(Status: Municipal Elections of 2 March 2008)
Windsbach is famous for its high school, the Johann-Sebastian-Bach-Gymnasium, which is named after the composer Johann Sebastian Bach. It is one of the best schools in Bavaria and teaches among other things modern languages (English, French, Italian, Russian, Spanish, e. g.), old languages (Latin, Old Greek), maths, physics and chemistry (of course there are much more standard subjects like history, geography, biology, religious education, P.E., art e.g.)
Windsbach is also the home of the Windsbach Boys Choir founded in 1946 and from 1978 to 2012 under the direction of Karl-Friedrich Beringer. The choir is one of the most renowned boy's choirs of the world.
Windsbach is member in the following institutions and organisations:
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