Gelderland Municipalities after 2006

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This page lists the municipalities of Gelderland.

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Current Municipalities

The current municipalities of Gelderland are listed here. Also listed is the former municipalities and places within them. The Buurtschapen (Hamlets) within them are not listed however.

Aalten Includes the former municipalities Dinxperlo and Bredevoort

Aalten · Bredevoort · Dinxperlo ·De Heurne

Apeldoorn Includes the former municipalities Beekbergen and Loenen

Apeldoorn · Beekbergen· Hoenderloo · Hoog Soeren · Klarenbeek ·Loenen · Uddel · Ugchelen · Wenum-Wiesel

Arnhem

Arnhem · Elden · Schaarsbergen

Barneveld

Achterveld · Barneveld · De Glind · Garderen · Harselaar · Kootwijk · Kootwijkerbroek · Stroe · Terschuur · Voorthuizen · Zwartebroek

Berg en Dal Renamed from Groesbeek in 2016. Includes the former municipalities Millingen aan de Rijn and Ubbergen

Berg en Dal · Beek · Breedeweg · Erlecom · Groenlanden · Groesbeek · Heilig Landstichting · De Horst · Kekerdom · Leuth · Millingen aan de Rijn · Ooij · Persingen · Ubbergen

Berkelland Formed in 2005 as a merger between Borculo, Eibergen, Neede, and Ruurlo

Borculo · Beltrum · Eibergen · Geesteren · Gelselaar · Haarlo · Neede · Noordijk · Rekken · Rietmolen · Ruurlo

Beuningen Includes the former municipalities Ewijk and Weurt and part of Bergharen

Beuningen · Ewijk · Weurt · Winssen

Bronckhorst Formed in 2005 as a merger between Hengelo, Hummelo en Keppel, Steenderen, Vorden and Zelhem

Hengelo · Bronkhorst · Laag-Keppel · Achter-Drempt · Baak · Drempt · Halle · Hengelo · Hoog-Keppel · Hummelo · Keijenborg · Kranenburg · Olburgen · Steenderen · Toldijk · Velswijk · Vierakker · Voor-Drempt · Vorden · Wichmond · Zelhem

Brummen

Brummen · Eerbeek · Empe · Hall · Leuvenheim · Oeken · Tonden · Voorstonden

Buren Includes the former municiplaities Lienden, Maurik, and parts of Beusichem, Buurmalsen and Zoelen

Buren · Asch · Beusichem · Eck en Wiel · Erichem · Ingen · Kerk-Avezaath · Lienden · Maurik · Ommeren · Ravenswaaij · Rijswijk · Zoelen · Zoelmond

Culemborg Includes part of the former municipality Beusichem

Culemborg

Doesburg

Doesburg

Doetinchem Includes the former municipalities Wehl, Ambt Doetinchem and Stad Doetinchem

Doetinchem · Gaanderen · Wehl · Nieuw-Wehl

Druten Includes the former municipality Horssen and part of Bergharen

Afferden · Deest · Druten · Horssen · Puiflijk

Duiven

Duiven · Groessen · Loo

Ede Includes the former municipalities Lunteren, Otterlo, Bennekom

Bennekom· Ede · Ederveen · Harskamp · Hoenderloo · Lunteren · Otterlo · Wekerom

Elburg Includes part of the former municipality Doornspijk

Doornspijk · Elburg · 't Harde · Hoge Enk · Oostendorp

Epe Includes the former municiplaity Vaassen

Emst · Oene · Vaassen · Epe

Ermelo Originally contained what is now Nunspeet

De Beek · Drie · Horst · Houtdorp · Leuvenum · Speuld · Staverden · Telgt · Tonsel

Geldermalsen Includes the former municipalities Beesd, Deil and parts of Buurmalsen and Zoelen

Acquoy · Beesd · Buurmalsen · Deil · Enspijk · Geldermalsen · Gellicum · Meteren · Rhenoy · Rumpt · Tricht

Harderwijk

Harderwijk · Hierden

Hattem

Hattem · 't Zand

Heerde Includes the former municipality Veessen

Heerde · Hoorn · Veessen · Vorchten · Wapenveld

Heumen Includes parts of the former municipality Overasselt

Heumen · Malden · Molenhoek · Nederasselt · Overasselt

Lingewaal Known as Vuren during 1986, which was formed that year as a merger of Asperen, Herwijnen and part of Heukelum

Asperen · Herwijnen · Heukelum · Spijk · Vuren

Lingewaard Known as Bemmel before 2003, which in 2001 absorbed Gendt and Huissen

Angeren · Bemmel · Doornenburg · Gendt · Haalderen · Huissen · Ressen

Lochem Includes the former municipalities Gorssel and parts of Laren

Lochem · Almen · Barchem · Eefde · Epse · Exel · Gorssel · Harfsen · Joppe · Laren · Zwiep

Maasdriel Includes the former municipalities Ammerzoden, Hedel, Heerewaarden and Rossum. Until 1944 known as Driel

Alem · Ammerzoden · Hedel · Heerewaarden · Hoenzadriel · Hurwenen · Kerkdriel · Rossum · Velddriel · Well · Wellseind

Montferland Formed in 2005 as a merger of Bergh and part of Didam

Didam · 's-Heerenberg · Azewijn · Beek · Braamt · Kilder · Lengel · Loerbeek · Loil · Nieuw-Dijk · Stokkum · Zeddam

Neder-Betuwe Until 2003 known as Kesteren, which included the former municipalities Dodewaard, part ofEchteld, Opheusden and Lede en Oudewaard

Dodewaard · Echteld · IJzendoorn · Kesteren · Ochten · Opheusden

Neerijnen Formed in 1978 as a merger of Est en Opijnen, Haaften, Ophemert, Varik and Waardenburg

Est · Haaften · Heesselt · Hellouw · Neerijnen · Ophemert · Opijnen · Tuil · Varik · Waardenburg

Nijkerk Includes part of the former municiplaity Hoevelaken

Achterhoek · Appel · De Veenhuis · Doornsteeg · Driedorp · Hoevelaken · Holk · Holkerveen · Kruishaar · Nekkeveld · Nijkerkerveen · Prinsenkamp · Slichtenhorst · 't Woud · Wullenhove

Nijmegen Includes part of the former municipality Overasselt

Nijmegen · Lent · Hees · Neerbosch

Nunspeet Includes part of the former municipalities Doornspijk and Ermelo

Elspeet · Hulshorst · Nunspeet · Vierhouten

Oldebroek Includes part of the former municipality Doornspijk

Hattemerbroek · Kerkdorp · 't Loo · Noordeinde · Oldebroek · Oosterwolde· Wezep

Oost Gelre Until 2006 known as Groenlo, which had absorbed the former municipality Lichtenvoorde

Groenlo · Harreveld · Lichtenvoorde · Lievelde · Mariënvelde · Vragender · Zieuwent

Oude IJsselstreek Formed in 2005 as a merger of Gendringen and Wisch

Terborg · Bontebrug · Breedenbroek · Etten · Gendringen · Megchelen · Netterden · Silvolde · Sinderen · Ulft · Varsselder · Varsseveld · Westendorp

Overbetuwe Formed in 2001 as a merger of Elst, Heteren and Valburg

Andelst · Driel · Elst · Hemmen · Herveld · Heteren · Homoet · Loenen · Oosterhout · Randwijk · Slijk-Ewijk · Valburg · Zette

Putten

Bijsteren · Diermen · Gerven · Halvinkhuizen · Hell · Hoef · Huinen · Koudhoorn · Krachtighuizen · Putten · Steenenkamer · Veenhuizervel

Renkum Includes the former municipality Doorwerth

Doorwerth · Heelsum · Heveadorp · Oosterbeek · Renkum · Wolfheze

Rheden Includes the former municipality Velp

Velp · Dieren · Rheden · De Steeg · Ellecom · Spankeren · Laag Soeren

Rijnwaarden Formed in 1985 as a merger of Pannerden and Herwen en Aerdt

Aerdt · Herwen · Lobith · Pannerden · Spijk · Tolkamer

Rozendaal

Imbosch · Rozendaal · Terlet

Scherpenzeel

Scherpenzeel · De Haar · Moorst

Tiel Includes parts of the former municipalities Echteld, IJzendoorn, Ophemert, Zoelen and Wadenoijen

Kapel-Avezaath · Tiel · Wadenoijen · Bergakker · Drumpt · Medel · Passewaaij · Zennewijnen

Voorst Includes the former municiplaities Nijbroek, Twello and Wilp

Appen · Bussloo · De Kar · De Vecht · De Wijk · Gietelo · Klarenbeek · Klein-Amsterdam · Nijbroek · Posterenk · Spekhoek · Steenenkamer · Terwolde · Teuge · Twello · Voorst · Wilp,

Wageningen

Wageningen · Nude

West Maas en Waal Renamed from Wamel in 1985, includes the former municipalities Leeuwen and Alphen and parts of Appeltern and Dreumel

Alphen aan de Maas · Altforst · Appeltern · Beneden-Leeuwen · Boven-Leeuwen · Dreumel · Maasbommel · Wamel

Westervoort

Beekenoord · Broeklanden · Emmerik · Ganzenpoel · Het Ambacht · Hoogeind · Kern · Lange Maat · Leigraaf · Mosterdhof · Naederhuizen · Schans · Steenderens · Vredenbur

Wijchen Includes the former muncipalities Batenburg, Niftrik and Balgoij, and parts of Appeltern, Bergharen, Horssen and Overasselt

Alverna · Balgoij · Batenburg · Bergharen · Hernen · Leur · Niftrik · Wijchen

Winterswijk

Winterswijk · Meddo · Corie · Henxel · Huppel · Kotten

Zaltbommel Includes the former municipalities Brakel, Gameren, Nederhemert, Poederoijen, Zuilichem and Kerkwijk

Aalst · Bern · Brakel · Bruchem · Delwijnen · Gameren · Kerkwijk · Nederhemert · Nieuwaal · Poederoijen · Zaltbommel · Zuilichem

Zevenaar Includes the former municipality Angerlo and part of Didam

Angerlo · Babberich · Giesbeek · Lathum · Ooy · Oud Zevenaar · Zevenaar

Zutphen Includes the former municipality Warnsveld

Zutphen · Warnsveld · Warken

Former Municipalities

Groesbeek Renamed Berg en Dal in 2016.

Millingen Absorbed into Groesbeek(now Berg en Dal) in 2015

Ubbergen Absorbed into Groesbeek(now Berg en Dal) in 2015

Groenlo Renamed Oost Gelre in 2006

Angerlo Absorbed into Zevenaar in 2005

Bergh Absorbed into Montferland in 2005

Didam Split between Montferland and Zevenaar in 2005

Dinxperlo Absorbed into Aalten in 2005

Eibergen Absorbed into Berkelland in 2005

Gendringen Absorbed into Oude IJsselstreek in 2005

Gorssel Absorbed into Lochem in 2005

Hengelo Absorbed into Bronckhorst in 2005

Hummelo en Keppel Absorbed into Bronckhorst in 2005

Lichtenvoorde Absorbed into Groenlo(now Oost Gelre) in 2005

Neede Absorbed into Berkelland in 2005

Ruurlo Absorbed into Berkelland in 2005

Steenderen Absorbed into Bronckhorst in 2005

Warnsveld Absorbed into Zutphen in 2005

Wehl Absorbed into Doetinchem in 2005

Wisch Absorbed into Oude IJsselstreek in 2005

Zelhem Absorbed into Bronckhorst in 2005

Bemmel Renamed Lingewaard in 2003

Kesteren Renamed Neder-Betuwe in 2003

Doedewaard Absorbed into Kesteren(now Neder-Betuwe) in 2002

Echteld Split between Kesteren(now Neder-Betuwe) and Tiel in 2002

Elst Absorbed into Overbetuwe in 2001

Gendt Absorbed into Bemmel(now Lingewaard) in 2001

Heteren Absorbed into Overbetuwe in 2001.

Huissen Absorbed into Bemmel(now Lingewaard) in 2001

Valburg Absorbed into Overbetuwe in 2001.

Hoevelaken Split between Nijkerk and Amersfoort(in Utrecht province) in 2000.