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List of Current Municipalities in Overijssel

There are currently 26 municipalities(gemeenten) in Overijssel. This list lists them all, the former municipalities that they have absorbed and the Steden (Cities), Dorpen (Towns/Villages) within them. Buurtschapen (Hamlets) are not listed. For these visit the municipalitiy's page on this wiki or on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

  Municipality             Historical information             Main Places Covered
Almelo Includes the former municipalities Ambt Almelo, Stad Almelo, and parts of Ambt Delden Aadorp · Almelo · Bornerbroek · Mariaparochie
Borne Includes parts of the former municipality Ambt Delden. Azelo · Borne · Hertme · Zenderen
Dalfsen Includes parts of the former municipality Nieuwleusen. Ankum · Dalfsen · Hoonhorst · Lemelerveld · Nieuwleusen · Oudleusen
Deventer Includes the former municipalities Diepenveen and Bathmen. Colmschate · Deventer · Diepenveen · Lettele · Okkenbroek · Schalkhaar
Dinkelland Formed in 2001 from all of Ootmarsum, Denekamp and parts of Weerselo. Denekamp · Ootmarsum · Deurningen · Lattrop · Lattrop-Breklenkamp · Noord Deurningen · Oud Ootmarsum · Rossum · Saasveld · Het Stift · Tilligte · Weerselo
Enschede Includes the former municipality Lonneker. Boekelo · Enschede · Glanerbrug · Lonneker · Usselo
Haaksbergen
Buurse · Haaksbergen · St. Isidorushoeve
Hardenberg Includes the former municipalities Stad Hardenberg, Ambt Hardenberg and Aveerest. Balkbrug · Bergentheim · Bruchterveld · De Krim · Dedemsvaart · Gramsbergen · Hardenberg · Heemse · Kloosterhaar · Lutten · Mariënberg · Sibculo · Slagharen
Hellendoorn
Daarle · Daarlerveen · Haarle · Hellendoorn · Nijverdal
Hengelo Includes part of the former municipality Weerselo. Beckum · Hengelo
Hof van Twente Formed in 2001 from all of Diepenheim and Stad Delden and parts of Ambt Delden, Goor and Markelo. Delden · Diepenheim Bentelo · Goor · Hengevelde · Markelo
Kampen Includes all of the former municipalities Grafthorst, Kamperveen, Wilsum, Zalk en Veecaten, Schokland, and parts of IJsselmuiden and Zwollerkerspel. Grafhorst · 's-Heerenbroek · IJsselmuiden · Kampen · Wilsum · Zalk
Losser
Beuningen · De Lutte · Glane · Losser · Overdinkel
Oldenzaal Includes part of the former municipality Weerselo. Oldenzaal
Olst-Wijhe Formed in 2001 through a union of Olst and Wijhe. Boerhaar · Boskamp · Den Nul · Olst· Welsum · Wesepe · Wijhe
Ommen Includes the former municipalities Ambt Ommen and Stad Ommen. Lemele · Ommen · Vilsteren
Raalte Includes the former municipality Heino and part of Zwollerkerspel Broekland · Heeten · Heino · Laag Zuthem · Lierderholthuis · Luttenberg · Mariënheem · Nieuw-Heeten · Raalte
Rijssen-Holten Includes the former municipalities Rijssen, Holten and part of Markelo. Holten · Rijssen
Staphorst Includes part of the former municipality Nieuwleusen. IJhorst · Rouveen · Staphorst
Steenwijkerland Includes all of the former municipalities Steenwijk, Brederwiede, IJsselham, Blankenham, Blokzijl, Giethoorn, Kuinre, Oldemarkt, Steenwijkerwold, Vollenhove and Wanneperveen. Belt-Schutsloot · Blankenham · Blokzijl · Eesveen · Giethoorn · Kallenkote · Kuinre · Oldemarkt · Ossenzijl · Scheerwolde · Sint Jansklooster · Steenwijkerwold · Steenwijk · Vollenhove · Wanneperveen · Willemsoord
Tubbergen
Albergen · Fleringen · Geesteren · Harbrinkhoek · Langeveen · Manderveen · Mariaparochie · Reutum · Tubbergen · Vasse
Twenterand Formed in 2001 as a union between Vriezenveen and Den Ham. Geerdijk · De Pollen · Den Ham · Vriezenveen · Vroomshoop · Westerhaar-Vriezenveensewijk
Wierden
Enter · Wierden
Zwartewaterland Includes all of the former municipalities Genemuiden and Zwartsluis and parts of Hasselt and Zwollerkerspel. Genemuiden · Hasselt · Zwartsluis
Zwolle Includes parts of the former municipalities Hasselt, Nieuwleusen, IJsselmuiden and Zwollerkerspel. Windesheim · Zwolle


List of Former Municipalities in Overijssel

  • Ambt Almelo Absorbed into Almelo in 1914
  • Ambt Delden Dissolved in 2001 and split between Hof van Twente, Almelo and Borne
  • Ambt Hardenberg Absorbed into Hardenberg in 1941
  • Ambt Ommen Absorbed into Ommen in 1923
  • Ambt Vollenhove Absorbed into Vollenhove in 1942 and then into Steenwijkerland in 1973
  • Avereest Absorbed into Hardenberg in 2001
  • Bathmen Absorbed into Deventer in 2005
  • Blankenham Absorbed into Steenwijkerland in 1973
  • Blokzijl Absorbed into Steenwijkerland in 1973
  • Brederwiede Absorbed into Steenwijkerland in 2001
  • Den Ham Absorbed into Twenterand in 2001
  • Denekamp Absorbed into Dinkelland in 2002
  • Diepenheim Absorbed into Hof van Twente in 2001
  • Diepenveen Absorbed into Deventer in 1999
  • Genemuiden Absorbed into Zwarterwaterland in 2001
  • Giethoorn Absorbed into Steenwijkerland in 1973
  • Grafthorst Absorbed into Kampen in 1937
  • Hasselt Dissolved in 2001 and split between Hasselt and Zwolle
  • Heino Absorbed into Raalte in 2001
  • Holten Absorbed into Rijssen-Holten in 2001
  • IJsselham Absorbed into Steenwijkerland in 2001
  • IJsselmuiden Dissolved in 2001 and split between Kampen and Zwolle
  • Kamperveen Absorbed into Kampen in 1937
  • Kuinre Absorbed into Steenwijkerland in 1973
  • Lonneker Absorbed into Enschede in 1934
  • Markelo Dissolved in 2001 and split between Hof van Twente and Rijssen-Holten
  • Niewuleusen Dissolved in 2001 and split between Dalfsen, Zwolle and Staphorst
  • Oldemarkt Absorbed into Steenwijkerland in 1973
  • Olst Absorbed into Olst-Wijhe in 2001/2002
  • Ootmarsum Absorbed into Dinkelland in 2001
  • Rijssen Absorbed into Rijssen-Holten in 2001/2003
  • Schokland Absorbed into Kampen in 1859
  • Stad Almelo Absorbed into Almelo in 1914
  • Stad Delden Absorbed into Hof van Twente in 2001
  • Stad Hardenberg Absorbed into Hardenberg in 1941
  • Stad Ommen Absorbed into Ommen in 1923
  • Stad Vollenhove Absorbed into Vollenhove in 1942 and then into Steenwijkerland in 1973
  • Steenwijk Absorbed into Steenwijkerland in 2003
  • Steenwijkerwold Absorbed into Steenwijkerland in 1973
  • Vollenhove Absorbed into Vollenhove in 1973
  • Vriezenveen Absorbed into Twenterand in 2001
  • Wanneperveen Absorbed into Steenwijkerland in 1973
  • Weerselo Dissolved in 2001 and split between Oldenzaal, Dinkelland and Hengelo
  • Wijhe Absorbed into Olst-Wijhe in 2001
  • Wilsum Absorbed into Wilsum in 1937
  • Zalk en Veecaten Absorbed into Kampen in 1937
  • Zwartsluis Absorbed into Zwartewaterland in 2001
  • Zwollerkerspel Dissolved in 1967 and is now split between Zwolle, Zwartewaterland(from 2001), Kampen and Raalte

Early Maps

Maps from the 16th Century

Ommen circa 1525-1550 Map
Kampen 1580 Map

Maps of Municipalities in 1868

This page has maps for all the municipalities of Overijssel in 1868. The only municipality that had already been absorbed then was Schokland, which was part of Kampen.