The Edelweiss Walchwil Yodelling Club - traditional, surprising and diverse, just like the Yodelling Festival!
Founded in 1932, the choir is one of the older yodelling clubs in the canton of Zug and consists of 20 active yodellers. In addition to the farmer's wife from Zugerberg and the forester from Walchwil, the expat with roots in Trinidad Tobago and the immigrant financial consultant from Austria also yodel in the traditional choir. In this way, the yodelling club is also a reflection of the Canton of Zug of our time: rooted in folk traditions, but also open to new things. The choir is always open to experimental projects, such as the recent cover of a pop rock song, but it also fervently cultivates the traditional form of natural yodelling. In the 92nd year of its existence, the yodelling club continues to delight young and old with its singing, in a few days also at the Federal Yodelling Festival in Zug and already now on Youtube with the yodelling cover of Patent Ochsner's "Für immer uf di".
Yin and Yang
with Zahra Merchant.
Yoga allows the body and soul to ground itself through meditation, breathing and movement. In this class with Zahra, you first create a lot of heat in the yang part and then switch to the relaxing yin yoga towards the end. This allows you to target not only the muscles but also the connective tissues of the body, creating an inner calm through the body.
The training is conducted in English.
Parish centre, mountain hall
Every Monday from 7.15 to 8.30 p.m.
For further information call 078 807 86 08
The Walchwil Men's Club has celebrated its 60th anniversary. Now that's a good reason to celebrate in the village!
On Saturday, 3 June 2023, young and old met for the anniversary party on the playground at the Oeltrotte school. Pupils and adults competed for victory in the various categories of the Bodysoccer tournament. Of course, food and drink were also provided at the festival.
FC Altdorf II - FC Walchwil 0:5
With the victory in Altdorf, promotion to the 4th division is within reach.
Dale Hager (C); Ramon Meyer, Hansruedi Nideröst, Elias Hürlimann, Laurent Weise; Simon Fuchs, Neil Hager, David Hürlimann, Max Winkelmann; Remo Hürlimann; Florian Annen.
Gregor Rust, Bartu Cambel, Elia Meier, Martin Sidler.
Giovanni Bretti, Florian Müller.
1. FC Walchwil 16/36, 2. FC Altdorf II 17/33, 3. FC Brunnen 16/29, 4. FC Flüelen 16/19, 5. FC Ibach IV 16/16, 6. FC Küssnacht a/R 3 15/14, 7. Weggiser SC 15/12, 8. FC Schattdorf 17/9, 9. FC Muotathal 16/8, 10. FC Rotkreuz IV 0/0.
FC Walchwil - FC Aegeri b 4:6
Milo Toni Masoch; Leandro Rust, Ruairi Alexander Fitzpatrick, Ruben Florine Van Kerckhoven; Camil Sayegh, Tjores van Dulmen (C), George Picton Smith; Mateo Alford Nassar, Giacomo Ferrata.
Aris Matzaridis, Lionel Rust, Louis Peter Hürlimann, Julian Portmann.
Ivo Petrov, Patrick Willemsen.
1. Weggiser SC a 6/18, 2. FC Hergiswil a 7/18, 3. Zug 94 d 6/12, 4. FC Stans b 6/10, 5. ESC Erstfeld a 6/9, 6. FC Aegeri b 7/9, 7. FC Flüelen 6/5, 8. FC Walchwil 6/4, 9. SC Buochs c 5/1, 10. FC Horw c 5/1.
Finally, the time has come again! The Grümpelturnier will take place on Saturday 1 July 2023 for adults and on Sunday 2 July 2023 for pupils. Registration deadline is 21 June 2023.
A team consists of 6 players (one goalkeeper and five field players). Each team must register at least 6 players by name. Additional players can be registered until before the first match of the team. Each participant may play in different teams from different categories, provided that the respective regulations are complied with. However, the tournament management cannot take multiple entries into consideration when drawing up the schedule. A maximum of 9 players per team are eligible.
Category A (Open)
Everyone is eligible to play without restriction.
Category C (Mixed)
Mixed teams, with at least 2 women per team playing on the field at the same time. A maximum of two players registered with the SFV are allowed per team.
The tournament fee of Fr. 100.– (incl. voucher Fr. 20.– for Grümpibeiz) for categories A and C must be paid before the first match at the Grümpelturnier. If a team withdraws from the tournament after the match schedule has been printed or does not play, the tournament fee will be forfeited to the organiser.
Mini (born in 2013, 2014 and 2015 – E/F Juniors)
Midi (born 2010, 2011 and 2012 – D/E Juniors)
Maxi (born in 2007, 2008 and 2009 – B/C Juniors)
It is compulsory to wear shin guards. For your safety, wear cam or studded shoes.
Anyone who earns more than a million a year can save a lot of tax in Central Switzerland. The municipalities of Wollerau SZ, Feusisberg SZ and Walchwil ZG stand out in particular.
The top ten municipalities with the highest millionaire density include four municipalities in Central Switzerland. Wollerau SZ and Feusisberg SZ are at the top. Also represented are Walchwil ZG and Freienbach SZ.
Incidentally, apart from Central Switzerland, the highest number of income millionaires in Switzerland is to be found on Lake Geneva.
These are the top ten
11. Wollerau SZ (4.1 percent)
12. Feusisberg SZ (3.3 percent)
13. Vandoeuvres GE (3.2 per cent)
14. Cologny GE (2.7 per cent)
15. Walchwil ZG (2.2 per cent)
16. Freienbach SZ (2.1 per cent)
17. Pierrafortscha FR (2 percent)
18. Rossenges VD (2 percent)
19. Buchillon VD (1.9 per cent)
10. Küsnacht ZH (1.9 percent)
A man slid down an embankment with an excavator. The 79-year-old man suffered significant injuries in the work accident.
On Wednesday (3 May 2023), at 10:45 am, a work accident occurred at Turnliberg in Walchwil. A 79-year-old man was spreading gravel with an excavator when the excavator suddenly tilted and slid down the slope. The 79-year-old man was seriously injured in the accident. Members of the Zug emergency medical services attended to the casualty. After initial medical treatment, Rega flew him to a hospital outside the canton. Forensic experts were called in to clarify the exact circumstances of the accident.
In addition to members of the Zug emergency medical services and Rega, members of the Walchwil fire brigade, the Zug fire brigade, a member of the fire brigade inspectorate and the Zug police were also called to the scene.
Source: Zug police
The municipal council has taken note of the 2022 financial statement. The 2022 income statement shows a surplus of CHF 2.0 million with revenues of CHF 26.5 million and expenses of CHF 24.5 million. A surplus of CHF 42,000 was budgeted.
At the fun tournament in Hergiswil, the kids from the U12 played together with the U16, as there were not enough teams for the younger category. The four mixed teams nevertheless managed the tournament very well and finished in 1st, 2nd, 5th and 6th place.
In Buttisholz, Walchwil took part in the fun tournament with two U12 teams and two U16 teams. The kids and young people were able to demonstrate their skills. In the end, all teams were rewarded with podium places. In the U12 category, the teams came in second and third, while the U16 teams came in first and second. Congratulations again for the great performance!
PS: The Netball SwissCup will take place on 20/21 May 2023 in Olten. The first women's team from Walchwil is qualified.
From 1 June 2023, Walchwil will begin to financially support renewable energy sources. The funds earmarked for this in the budget are to be used to promote photovoltaic systems.
The contributions are intended for existing buildings where a new photovoltaic system is to be installed or an existing one is to be replaced by one with better performance. The ordinance on the new energy law of the Canton of Zug will be in force from 1 January 2023. New buildings are therefore excluded from the support programme because renewable energies are a prerequisite for them and are therefore legally required.
The municipality of Walchwil has earned the label "energy town" through its many years of commitment in the field of energy. The associated energy mission statement shows that the municipality wants to promote renewable energy. The corresponding guidelines will come into force on 1 June 2023.
In the 2023 budget, CHF 50,000.– are earmarked for the financing of photovoltaic systems. Applications for subsidies can be submitted from 1 June 2023. Applications received before this deadline cannot be considered. It is mandatory to submit an application before the construction is realised. It is pointed out that the building law aspects must be taken into account and coordinated in advance with the Building/Planning Department.
The commune council wants to make a concrete contribution to a future-oriented energy policy with contributions to the promotion of renewable energy sources.
Walchwil Municipal Council
Energy/Energy Advisory Service, Stefan Jäggi, firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone 041 759 80 04.
On 7 March, the General Assembly of the Women's Community of Walchwil took place with great participation.
After the memorial service in the chapel of the Mütschi old people's home in honour of the deceased of the Women's Community, a delicious dinner was served at the Restaurant Aesch. Strengthened, they then proceeded to the 102. General Assembly, which was opened by Nicole Rust.
The Women's Community is deeply rooted in Walchwil with all its sub-organisations. It is a community of women, regardless of age, status, nationality, denomination and politics. A broad social network is created through the many women who volunteer. Values such as social anchoring, culture, tradition, further education and health care are cultivated with various favourable offers throughout the year. The focus is always on the community.
The pretty bathing place in Walchwil will have a new tenant for the coming 2023 bathing season. The municipality of Walchwil is taking the change of tenant as an opportunity to expand the existing bistro and provide more guest comfort with new furniture.
The swimming pool in Walchwil is small and fine. From 1 May 2023, Mélanie Ryser and Alexander Breuer will look after the physical well-being of the guests and ensure a pleasant stay with fresh ideas and sympathy. Municipal President Stefan Hermann: "With Mélanie Ryser and Alexander Breuer, we have found two committed, innovative and chef-loving tenants who have great plans." Both look back on a career of several years in the private sector. For them, the time was right to venture into something new. "Ideal for us," says Hermann.
Until the opening, the municipality will replace the existing furniture of the Badi and modernise the kitchen infrastructure so that a broader culinary palette can be covered. There will also be a small lounge where you can enjoy the beautiful Walchwil sunsets with a drink. Where it is most beautiful: in the little trouvaille on Lake Zug – the lakeside resort of Walchwil.
Walchwil Municipal Council
On 27 January 2023, starting at 4 p.m., a very special opening will take place in Walchwil. At Dorfstrasse 21, special vending machines will be waiting behind the doors for lovers of fine dairy products. After all, it was their idea to provide 24-hour access to the existing and new customers of the Chäs-Hütte.
However, the shop at Dorfstrasse 21 is still open. Just on Wednesdays from 9 to 11 am and on Fridays from 3.30 to 5.30 pm. The new vending machines, however, are in operation 24 hours a day, every day. And what they offer can be seen and eaten with relish.
Chäs-Hütte Rust AG, Hinterberg 1, 6318 Walchwil, telephone 041 758 11 40, fax 041 758 24 40, email@example.com, www.chaes-rust.ch
Dear Walchwil residents,
After more than 28 years as a family doctor in Walchwil, I am handing over my practice to younger hands as of the new year. I am pleased to have found two experienced doctors in Dr. med. Dario Pianezzi & Dr. med. Robert Schweingruber. Thanks to their roots in central Switzerland and their many years of work at the Zug Cantonal Hospital, both senior physicians have excellent networks.
They will begin their work in the practice on 1 March 2023.
The relief associated with the transfer of the practice will allow me to continue to pursue my beloved work as a family doctor with vigour.
I am also pleased that the existing team of doctors will be strengthened with Dr. med. Dagmar Pable, Dr. med. Rahel Hüsser and Dr. med. univ. Karin Piribauer.
The working hours required for GP care in the community have increased in parallel with the number of inhabitants and the reinforcement by the two doctors is more than highly welcome and also necessary.
I would like to thank you for the trust you have placed in us over the years and hope that you will also show this to the new colleagues.
Christian Mortier, MD
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For about a month now, two digital village entrance steles have been sending a warm welcome to the numerous passers-by and drivers at the entrance to the village.
And not only that. The two entrance signs provide information on events organised by the associations and the municipality. They replace the previous two welcome boards. With the new solution, several events can be displayed simultaneously on the digital information boards at intervals of around 30 seconds. This reduces the time and effort needed to produce posters for the organisers and associations. In future, they will be able to submit their events in digital form..
The municipality prepares the events and messages in a uniform appearance and they appear later on the village entrance after a few clicks. The village entrance points also serve to provide information about the parking situation on the sunny Walchwilerberg on foggy days.
Stefan Hermann, community president, firstname.lastname@example.org, telephone 041 768 98 72.
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A speed limit of 30 km/h in town centres is no longer a rarity in Switzerland. Introducing it in Walchwil in the Engel/Sternen/Oberdorfstrasse/Aesch triangle should at least be worth a discussion.
According to surveys, safety is an important need for many residents of a locality. A speed limit of 30 km/h in town centres has been shown to increase the safety of all road users, be they children, senior citizens, pedestrians or cyclists. Thanks to lower speeds, communication among all road users improves, aggressive behaviour decreases and mutual consideration grows.
The number and severity of traffic accidents in neighbourhoods also decreases at a speed of 30 km/h. Based on extensive accident evaluations, it can be statistically determined that the consequences of injuries worsen disproportionately with increasing speed. At lower speeds, school routes become less dangerous and slower road users feel safer.
Under certain circumstances, a speed limit of 30 kph may even create space for playing and social activities. Drivers also lose little time, but have a better view of the traffic situation. Meanwhile, residents living in a 30 km/h zone enjoy more peace and quiet and a better quality of life.
The legal basis for 30 km/h, i.e. for a deviation from the general speed limit, is Art. 108 SSV (Signalling Ordinance) of 1979. Paragraph 1 of the article states that the speed limit may be restricted in particular to avoid or reduce particular hazards, to reduce excessive pollution and to improve traffic flow.
Sources: Verkehrs-Club der Schweiz (VCS), Advice centre for accident prevention (BFU)
From spring 2023, the local authority will be running language courses in the municipality in cooperation with the Fachstelle Migration. With topics on everyday life in the family, in the social environment and at work, you will learn to understand, speak, read and write.
The courses are not suitable for people who cannot read and write in their mother tongue.
At the beginning, courses are offered at level A1.1. These are aimed at people who have little or no previous knowledge of German. In the future, it is planned to offer courses at other levels as well.
Course location Walchwil
Costs CHF 240.- (excl. course book)
Course starts every six months
Course duration 16 course evenings á 90 minutes (interruption of holidays and public holidays)
Hier Here you will find all the information about the next course
Hier Here you can register for the next course
For further information, please contact the Abteilung Soziales/Gesundheit
Number of nations (incl. Swiss): 68
Largest groups of foreigners in Walchwil
Great Britain: 164
These nationalities live in Walchwil
Australia, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Canada, Cabo Verde, China, Denmark, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Eritrea, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, India, Iraq, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Austria, Kazakhstan, Colombia, Korea (South), Kosovo, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, Paraguay, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sri Lanka, St. Kitts and Nevis, South Africa, Sweden. Kitts and Nevis, South Africa, Syria, Thailand, Czech Republic, Turkey, Ukraine, Hungary, Venezuela, USA, UK, Vietnam.
Data as of 31.12.2019. There are no more recent data on the foreign resident population in Switzerland. The data from the previous year are published on 1 September of the following year.
The data was collected by the Federal Statistical Office and the Statistical Office of the Canton of Zurich.
Walchwil is one of the top 10 municipalities in Central Switzerland for naturalisations
In the last ten years, a total of 189 people have been naturalised in Walchwil. Compared to the rest of Central Switzerland, this is a high number in relation to the size of the population.
People from the following regions were naturalised:
European non-EU countries 110, EU countries 47, South and Central America, Caribbean 9, Africa 8, EFTA countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein & Norway) 6, North America 5, Oceania 4.
From mid-June, we will supply you with fresh eggs from happy hens every week.
Every Wednesday morning, we will deliver your desired number of eggs from the Hühnermobil directly to your letterbox (free delivery in the municipality of Walchwil), You can easily subscribe and unsubscribe via the contact form. Interrupting the subscription during the holidays is also no problem. Simply send a short message (at least 2 days in advance). Empty egg cartons deposited in the letterbox will be reused.
Three times a year you will receive a collective invoice for your payments.
If you don't want to commit to a subscription (yet), there is also the possibility to get the eggs directly in our little egg hut in Hinterbalis.
4 organic eggs box CHF 3.50
6 organic eggs box CHF 4.80
10 organic eggs box CHF 7.90
It doesn't get any fresher or better than this!
Quality meat - from natural feeding. Bio Natura-Beef is meat from 10-month-old calves from suckler cow husbandry. We market our meat regionally. This also means that our butchers Theiler in Allenwinden (sanktmeinradhof.ch) and Uelihof in Ebikon (uelihof.ch) are only a few kilometres away. This also keeps the transport distance for the animals as short as possible. After slaughter, the meat is stored on the bone for 10 days to mature. This makes the meat tender and juicy. Then it is portioned, vacuum-packed and labelled. It is ready packed and can be collected from our farm.
We sell 10 kg mixing packages. One package contains:
– Filet oder Huft
– Plätzli à la minute
Price per kilogram CHF 32.–
Shelf life: 12 months frozen.
Familie Hürlimann-Gisler / Hinterbalis / 6318 Walchwil / Handy 079 733 15 69 / biohof-hinterbalis.ch/kontakt / biohof-hinterbalis.ch
A proud 148 people entitled to vote attended the municipal assembly on 30 November 2022.
Minutes of the municipal assembly of June 21, 2022
The minutes are unanimously approved.
Change of the zone plan "Wihel"; rezoning of the properties nr. 887 and nr. 1571 from the zone OeIB to the original zone W3
The zone plan amendment "Wihel"; rezoning of the properties no. 887 and no. 1571 from the zone OeIB to the original zone W3 is approved by a large majority.
Partial revision of the fee tariff in the building sector
The partial revision of the tariff of fees for construction is unanimously approved.
Budget 2023 – Determination of the tax rate
The reduction of the tax rate of the municipality of Walchwil for the year 2023 from 55% to 53% of the cantonal standard rate is approved by a large majority. The budget of the income statement and the investment account for the year 2023 is unanimously approved.
A motion to add CHF 300,000 to the 2023 budget investment account for the planning and construction of photovoltaic systems on municipal properties was not approved by a large majority.
The adjustment of the cost-of-living increase in 2023 on the annual salaries of municipal staff (except teaching staff) in accordance with the decision of the government council of the canton of Zug for the annual salaries of state and teaching staff is unanimously approved.
Financial plan 2023-2026
The financial plan 2023 to 2026 is noted.
The municipal council is forecasting an income surplus of CHF 20ʹ000 for 2023 and a reduced tax rate of 53% (previous year 55%).
The income statement for 2023 foresees expenses of CHF 23,672,900 and income of CHF 23,692,900, resulting in an income surplus of CHF 20,000. This budgeted surplus is based on the proposed reduced tax rate of 53%. Compared to the 2022 budget, expenses are CHF 1,690,800 higher, mainly due to extraordinary and one-off expenses for the one-off write-off of the centre planning as well as IT migration and the "Integrated Communication" project. In addition, personnel costs will also increase due to additional planned positions (notary's office, school secretary and communications specialist), individual increases in staffing levels and inflation. The 2023 budget also foresees an increase in income of CHF 1,668,800 compared to the previous year as a result of a slight increase in expected tax income and the higher expected income from property gains tax.
In 2023, investments of CHF 3.24 million are planned, of which CHF 1.02 million for the renovation of the Vorderbergstrasse (Dorfbach-Blimoos) and the Gerbiweg. In the area of drainage, a new construction and two renovations of sewage pipes amounting to CHF 1.04 million are planned. The investment bill also includes CHF 300,000 for the integration costs of restructuring the IT for the administration and expanding the network, CHF 200,000 for a replacement of the fire brigade's command vehicle, CHF 145,000 for a new municipal vehicle (postponed from 2022) and CHF 100,000 for the renovation of the landing stage (also postponed from 2022).
Walchwil Municipal Council
Stefan Hermann, Municipal President, email@example.com, T 041 768 98 72.
Under the motto "join in - stay fit" we meet every Thursday in the gym or in summer outside to do something together for our fitness - but also for fun & games. And about once a month we devote ourselves to social activities.
We are active and adventurous men from the age of 30 to over 80. Exercise, fitness, fun and sociability as well as camaraderie are more important to us than sporting excellence. So there is often hearty laughter during the game. After the "fit" there is a small drink to discuss current weekly topics or simply to quench the thirst.
In addition to gymnastics, we go on excursions and actively participate in village life. Trained or untrained, all are welcome.
Would you like to do some exercise in a friendly, sociable atmosphere? Then sign up for a non-binding trial training.
Weekly gym session
Thursday, 20.00 to 21.30
Beat Hunziker, 43, will take over as municipal clerk in spring 2023.
René Arnold has been municipal clerk and notary in Walchwil for 16 years. He will retire early at the end of March 2023. According to a media release, Beat Hunziker will take over as municipal clerk on 1 April 2023. René Arnold will continue to serve as the municipality's notary.
Beat Hunziker is an economist and has worked in various positions at the University of Fribourg and in the private sector, most recently as managing director of the Swiss Shooting Sports Association. The 43-year-old is married, father of two children and lives in Immensee.
At Mundschöpfiweg 2 in Walchwil there is a small free library for self-service.
The concept is very simple: "Take a book – Bring a book", whereby the latter is voluntary. You can also simply take a book (or several) with you if you don't have one to give away. Registration is not necessary.
Books for all ages and in all languages are welcome. Those with offensive or illegal content will be disposed of.
Walchwil presents massively better figures than expected in 2021.
The income surplus in the past year is around 6.5 million francs. The budget envisaged a plus of 1.8 million francs.
The 2021 income statement of the municipality of Walchwil shows an income surplus of 6.5 million francs with income of around 29 million francs and expenses of around 22.5 million francs. The budget called for an income surplus of around CHF 1.8 million.
The net assets in 2021 are around 13.2 million Swiss francs, which results in a per capita wealth of almost 3400 Swiss francs. The number of inhabitants has risen from 3824 to 3897.
The Walchwil-based company "The Digital Natives" specialises in visual communication in the areas of branding, website design and development and digital marketing.
Founded in March, the company is the digital partner of companies and administrations throughout Switzerland. Companies and administrations in Walchwil benefit from special offers. For enquiries and website analyses, please contact the management directly – Yannis Huber is your contact person.
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The website punkt-walchwil.ch, an initiative by the local newspaper designer Kurt Hildbrand, wants to inform people without commercial interests about the different aspects and characteristics of Walchwil’s village life: about everyday happenings, politics, economy, culture and sports. It wants to act as a digital link between long-established local groups and interests, but also help newcomers from Switzerland and abroad to settle in better in the community.
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