The refugee situation is, at the moment, also a big challenge in the Main Taunus district. The refugees, the volunteers and all the other interested citizens can see an overview here about the situation and there are also practical tips.
The district clinics, doctors from a variety of disciplines, an active local health authority, consulting services and offers of assistance can be found in the towns and local communities: Here you can find an overview of the Main Taunus district’s health promotion.
is required in the most diverse situations in the Main Taunus district. Whether it is a matter of education, counselling or care: The Main Taunus social map shows the way to a variety of service providers.
In the Main Taunus district there are in excess of 70,000 members in more than 200 sport clubs. You can find out which sports are offered on the district’s towns‘ and local communities’ websites. There is quick outline here.
There are, in total, 19 conservation areas situated in the Main Taunus district. These include near-natural bodies of water with alluvial forests and meadows rich in species. It should be added that former gravel quarries have been able to emerge as idyllic lake scenes. The Main Taunus district also houses rare animals, whose stocks are regularly checked. You can find more information here.
This is not only because it is the smallest rural district in terms of surface area in Germany. As a matter of fact, it is more to do with streets and tracks leading everywhere quickly in the midst of the metropolitan area Frankfurt/Rhine-Main – also straight through the region and beyond.