The town of Senden is the second-largest town of the district of Neu-Ulm in Bavaria and is located at the border to Baden-Württemberg. The town belongs to the Donau-Iller-Nahverkehrsverbund. Senden's neighbours are Neu-Ulm in the north, Weißenhorn in the east, Vöhringen in the south and Illerkirchberg in the west.
The town parts are Aufheim, Ay, Freudenegg, Hittistetten, Witzighausen and Wullenstetten
The Senden town council consists since the election of 2014 of:
CSU: 11 seats
SPD: 5 seats
FWG: 6 seats
Greens: 4 seats
BISS: 4 seats
Economics and infrastructure
Senden lies at the Bundesstraße 28 and at the train line Ulm-Oberstdorf (Illertalbahn).
Elementary- and Main schools
Elementary school Senden (Bürgermeister-Engelhart-Schule)
Elementary school Aufheim
Elementary school Ay
Elementary school Wullenstetten
Main school Senden (Rektor-Werner-Ziegler-Schule)
Vocational- and technical highschools
Urban economics school Senden
Lindenhof-school Senden, private promotion center for mental development
Spare time- and sports centres
Ice skating rink
public lake- and indoor swimming pool
several bathing lakes
City park with Minigolf
Senden is twinned with:
Piove di Sacco (Italy).
Uffholtz (France, Alsace)
Senden in North Rhine Westphalia.
Urban cultural events take mainly place in the 2002 opened "Bürgerhaus".
"Dorfmusikanten Aufheim" (village musicians of Aufheim) with their youth band "WITA"
"Musikvereinigung Senden-Ay-Oberkirchberg" (united musicians of Senden-Ay-Oberkirchberg) www.musikvereinigung.net
"Harmonia Wullenstetten" (harmony of Wullenstetten)
Choir unity "Concordia" Ay
Choir unity "Frohsinn" Aufheim
Choir unity "Sängertreu" Senden
Choir unity Witzighausen-Hittistetten
Church choir Senden (protestantic)
Church choir Senden (catholic)