Zaprešić

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water drinking

svoju pitku vodu work Vjesnik accessdate 2009-01-20 language Croatian date 2001-01-11 last Labus first Alan The water from the water pump is of drinking (drinking water) quality. However, local factories Pliva, and Kvasac produce waste water, which is released into the Sava River through the Harmica-Pliva-Zaprešić water treatment plant. Before


local weekly

Croatian The local monthly newspaper (weekly newspaper) Prigorski Kaj has its seat in the nearby settlement of Šenkovec (Šenkovec, Zagreb County) in the Brdovec municipality.


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accessdate 2013-07-17 work Državni zavod za statistiku language Croatian class "wikitable" border "1" + Population development by settlement - ! Settlement ! style width:3em 1948 ! style width:3em 1953 ! style width:3em 1961 ! style width:3em 1971 ! style width:3em 1981 ! style width:3em 1991 ! style width:3em 2001 ! style width:3em 2011 - ! style font-weight:300 Hruševec Kupljenski

627 609 608 488 552 450 453 432 - ! style font-weight:300 Ivanec Bistranski 590 597 584 593 716 823 932 937 - ! style font-weight:300 Jablanovec 865 851 861 843 868 1,042 1,342 1,378 - ! style font-weight:300 Kupljenovo 559 628 644 618 682 722 705 704 - ! style font-weight:300 Lužnica 96 67 91 89 65 64 62 40 - ! style font-weight:300 Merenje 252 235 227 175 113 186

158 129 - ! style font-weight:300 Pojatno 689 719 818 837 958 1,013 1,157 1,213 - ! style font-weight:300 Šibice 312 297 340 466 385 742 777 746 - ! style font-weight:300 Zaprešić 2,294 2,537 3,311 4,992 8,201 15,678 17,538 19,644 - ! Total ! 6,284 ! 6,540 ! 7,484 ! 9,101 ! 12,540 ! 20,720 ! 23,125 ! 25,223 Economy Due to its accessible location with favorable conditions for expansion, and a very high net migration


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web url http: www.zapresic.hr emu index.php?page article&cat_id 2&id 11 title Gradsko poglavarstvo accessdate 2008-12-27 work City of Zaprešić language Croatian government_type Mayor-council leader_title

estates owned by low-level members of the nobility. Dozens of simple diocesan curia (curia (religion)) houses serve as a reminder of this nobility. After the First World War (World War I), the oldest meat industry in Croatia, the Industrija mesnih proizvoda, was founded. Zaprešić

of the Medvednica Mountain is fairly lightly inhabited, with no settlements except at the base of the mountain. These include the Bistra (Bistra, Zagreb County) municipality and the Zaprešić settlement of Jablanovec. The Marija Gorica Hills are located mainly in the Marija Gorica municipality between the rivers of Krapina, and Sutla. The third area, the plains, is the area where the Zaprešić itself is located.


putting green

name golf_kaj The center operates a driving range with two practice courses of different sizes, and an area to practice putting green play. One practice course is sheltered from weather conditions and the whole golf course has night lighting. In terms of normal play, three par (par (score)) 3 holes are currently operational and friendly par 9 tournaments are often held at the course. The course also has other amenities, such as a restaurant


food related

of Zaprešić's economy is seen in the development of small (small business), and mid-sized businesses (small and medium enterprises), tourism, and food-related industries. The city income tax rate is 12 percent. The city budget in 2008


business small

of Zaprešić's economy is seen in the development of small (small business), and mid-sized businesses (small and medium enterprises), tourism, and food-related industries. The city income tax rate is 12 percent. The city budget in 2008


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most important work is ''U registraturi'' ( ref>


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web url http: www.zapresic.hr emu index.php?page article&cat_id 2&id 11 title Gradsko poglavarstvo accessdate 2008-12-27 work City of Zaprešić language Croatian government_type Mayor-council leader_title

Milivoj Iveković (HSU (Croatian Party of Pensioners)) 8 Maja Jenei (SDP (Social Democratic Party of Croatia)) 9 Mario Jurič (HDZ (Croatian Democratic Union)) 10 Hrvoje Krznar (Independent List "Glas Zaprešića") 11 Dražen Lacić (HDZ (Croatian Democratic Union)) 12 Durđica Novosel (HSS (Croatian Peasant Party)) 13 Ljiljana Popovački Račić (HDZ (Croatian Democratic Union)) 14 Mario Posavac (Independent List "Glas Zaprešića") 15 Viktor Romančuk ( Croatian

estates owned by low-level members of the nobility. Dozens of simple diocesan curia (curia (religion)) houses serve as a reminder of this nobility. After the First World War (World War I), the oldest meat industry in Croatia, the Industrija mesnih proizvoda, was founded. Zaprešić


work

web url http: www.zapresic.hr emu index.php?page article&cat_id 2&id 11 title Gradsko poglavarstvo accessdate 2008-12-27 work City of Zaprešić language Croatian government_type Mayor-council leader_title

, managed the estate of Jablanovec, part of modern Zaprešić. One of the revolt leaders was Ilija Gregorić, a resident of Marija Gorica. Two years later, the large manor of Susedgrad and Stubica started to disperse into many small

estates owned by low-level members of the nobility. Dozens of simple diocesan curia (curia (religion)) houses serve as a reminder of this nobility. After the First World War (World War I), the oldest meat industry in Croatia, the Industrija mesnih proizvoda, was founded. Zaprešić

Zaprešić

leader_title2 City council leader_name2 title 21 members bullets fire frame_style border:none; padding: 0; list_style text-align:left;display:none; 1 Drago Bago ''(president)'' (HDZ (Croatian Democratic Union)) 2 Josip Brajdić ''(vice president)'' (HSU (Croatian Party of Pensioners)) 3 Mate Barun ''(vice president)'' (Hrast (Croatian Growth)) 4 Denis Begić (SDP (Social Democratic Party of Croatia)) 5 Stjepan Đurinski (HDZ (Croatian Democratic Union)) 6 Marko Gabud (SDP (Social Democratic Party of Croatia)) 7 Milivoj Iveković (HSU (Croatian Party of Pensioners)) 8 Maja Jenei (SDP (Social Democratic Party of Croatia)) 9 Mario Jurič (HDZ (Croatian Democratic Union)) 10 Hrvoje Krznar (Independent List "Glas Zaprešića") 11 Dražen Lacić (HDZ (Croatian Democratic Union)) 12 Durđica Novosel (HSS (Croatian Peasant Party)) 13 Ljiljana Popovački Račić (HDZ (Croatian Democratic Union)) 14 Mario Posavac (Independent List "Glas Zaprešića") 15 Viktor Romančuk (HDZ (Croatian Democratic Union)) 16 Danijel Saić (SDP (Social Democratic Party of Croatia)) 17 Leonardo Salečić (Independent List "Glas Zaprešića") 18 Krešo Slatković (HDZ (Croatian Democratic Union)) 19 Tomislav Štivojević (Hrast (Croatian Growth)) 20 Smiljan Tomašević (HSP dr. Ante Starčević (Croatian Party of Rights dr. Ante Starčević)) 21 Siniša Zorman (Independent List "Glas Zaprešića") frame_style border:none; padding: 0; list_style text-align:left;display:none; title Council structure 1 frameless (File:Zaprešić city council.png) *''The Great Coalition'' ** HDZ (Croatian Democratic Union) (7) ** HSS (Croatian Peasant Party) (1) ** HSP dr. Ante Starčević (Croatian Party of Rights dr. Ante Starčević) (1) * SDP (Social Democratic Party of Croatia) (4) * HSU (Croatian Party of Pensioners) (2) * Independent List "Glas Zaprešića" (4) * Hrast (Croatian Growth) (2)

leader_title3 Electoral district (Croatian Parliament electoral districts) leader_name3 1 st established_title Parish church established_date 1334 established_title1 Municipality established_date1 1952 established_title2 Incorporated established_date2 30 November 1995 area_magnitude 1 E+8 unit_pref Metric area_footnotes area_total_km2 52.60 area_urban_km2 18.96 area_metro_km2 251.25 area_land_km2 area_water_km2 area_water_percent elevation_footnotes elevation_m elevation_max_m 130 elevation_min_m population_as_of 2011 (2011 Croatian census) population_footnotes population_note population_total 25,223 population_urban 19644 population_metro 51040 population_density_km2 auto population_density_urban_km2 auto population_density_metro_km2 auto timezone CET (Central European Time) utc_offset +1 timezone_DST CEST (Central European Summer Time) utc_offset_DST +2 coor_pinpoint coordinates_type region:HR-01 coordinates_display display inline,title latd 45 latm 51 lats 26 latNS N longd 15 longm 48 longs 18 longEW E postal_code_type Postal codes (list of postal codes in Croatia) postal_code 10290, 10294, 10295, 10298 area_code_type Area code (Telephone numbers in Croatia) area_code 01 website http: www.zapresic.hr footnotes registration_plate ZG (Vehicle registration plates of Croatia) '''Zaprešić''' ( ) is a city in Zagreb County in Croatia. Its population is 19,644 inhabitants for the city proper, and over 51,000 for its seven-municipality metropolitan area. Zaprešić is the third-largest, and most densely populated division of the county. It is located northwest of the Croatian capital Zagreb, and near the Slovenian border. It is centered on plains north of the Sava River, and is bordered by Medvednica Mountain (Medvednica) to the east, and the Marija Gorica Hills to the west.

The first human settlement in, and near Zaprešić dates from the Neolithic, and several Roman roads were constructed in the area. The first records of the modern town date from 1334. Since that date, the town's history includes being a part of a feudal (feudalism) estate to operating the first meat packaging (meat industry) plant in Croatia. However, it was not formally established as a city until 1995. The city is governed by a mayor, a city government of seven members (upper house), and a city council of twenty one (lower house). The current ruling party is the Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ), and the current mayor is Željko Turk. Zaprešić has its own fire department, but police coverage is provided by the city of Zagreb. Komunalno poduzeće Zaprešić manages all utilities except electricity. Tap water in Zaprešić is of high quality.

Due to its many rail (Croatian Railways), and road (Highways in Croatia) transport corridors, Zaprešić has been dubbed the "northwestern gate to Zagreb County". It lies directly next to the A2 (A2 (Croatia)) highway connecting Zagreb to Central Europe. It also is adjacent to the main railway leading northwest out of Zagreb. Centered on the tertiary sector, the city's economy is booming due to a large population influx.

Zaprešić's educational facilities range from kindergartens to centers of higher education. The city is home to four elementary schools, one high school, and two universities (university). The Zaprešić metropolitan area contains six castles that together make up what is known as the "palace path." The town also has a museum and an art gallery. The most popular sport in the region is football (association football), and the local team is NK Inter Zaprešić, a member of the First Football League of Croatia (Prva HNL). Other sports are also present in Zaprešić, and the city is home to a golf resort.

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