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Ostfildern is an international city.  People from more than 120 countries live here. Together, they constitute more than 15 percent of the city's population. Overall, more than a third of the population consists of people who have come from another country, or whose parents have done so. 

In Ostfildern, immigration is valued for its contribution to building a modern, cosmopolitan, and diverse city. Integration is understood as an ongoing process that concerns people with roots in other countries as well as those who do not have roots outside of Germany in equal measure. Everyone - migrants and native residents - can contribute to the success of this process.

The shaping of the integration process, a task spanning a number of areas and various topics, is the responsibility of the Office for Integration. The integration coordinator in the administration of the city of Ostfildern supports the realization of this concept through cooperative efforts with various members of the administration, private organizations, and clubs.

To this end, an integration plan (pdf/9 MB) has been developed, with considerable input from resident citizens. You can also find it as a PDF file by clicking on the link in the "Downloads" area on the right side of your screen.

New residents who come from foreign countries will find very useful information in a handbook entitled Handbuch - Eine Orientierungshilfe für das Leben in Ostfildern. The handbook is also available as a PDF file through a link in the "Downloads" area.

Corona-Information in 23 Languages
Information in 23 Languages

Here you will find the most recent governmental decisions, practical tipps regarding hygiene and quarantine, as well as the most important contact information.

Compact and easy to understand, the information is continuously updated and reviewed.

Moreover, the information is presented in 23 languages.


Here you will find information in 16 different languages.

Here you will find information in Easy German (Leichte Sprache).

Corona Hotline

The corona hotline of the Ministry of Social Affairs, Health and Integration will be available from November 5th in four foreign languages. At the number: 0711 410 11160

Persons seeking advice can call the hotline in English, Turkish, Arabic and Russian. It is available Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The corona hotline provides information on questions relating to the virus. These are, for example, questions about tests and mandatory testing, quarantine, entry into Baden-Württemberg or other current regulations. The hotline can also be called in German at 0711 904 39555. For deaf people, the hotline is also available as a video chat from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm.

Services and Projects

Handbuch - Eine Orientierungshilfe für das Leben in Ostfildern

Services and Contacts (Integrationsangebote und Kontaktadressen)

Calendar of Diversity (Kalender der Vielfalt)

Eins plus b - Help for parents who have children in school.

Interpreters Pool (Dolmetscherpool)

Mentoring Programme (Mentoring-Program)


Events / Dates (Veranstaltungen / Termine)

Intercultural Week (Interkulturelle Woche - IKW)

International Weeks against Racism (internationale Wochen gegen den Rassismus)

Information for Refugees

Social Services for Refugees (Sozialdienst für Geflüchtete)

Immigration and Integration (Asylum Law)

Information for Refugees

In-kind donations (Sachspenden)

#kurzerklärt short, and easy to understand videos explaining different topics. Provided by Netzwerk Unernehmen integrieren Flüchtlinge.


If you have questions on the topic of integration, please contact the integration officer.

If you would would like to volunteer, please contact the coordinator for volunteer activities.