Główna 20 Str.
tel: (0-59) 842-90-70
Village-mayor: Leszek Kuliński
V-ce Village-mayor: Jan Plutowski
Council Chairman: Józef Gawrych
The commune covers an area of 244,85 km2, including:
74,94 km2 - woodland
150,06 km2 - farmland
19,85 km2 - others
The statistical profile of the commune is shown in the ta-ble below (as by the end of 2000.), according to data provided by the Commune Office:
Total area of the commune 244,85 km2
Population 9 666
include males 4 940
Live births 125
including girls 67
Deaths in total 69
including females 28
Population at pre-working age 3 083
Population at working age 5 473
Population at retirement age 1 110
Local communal roads: 68 km
Number of households 1 933
including farms up to 1 ha 358
Total revenues of the commune's budget 1999 11 140 477 zł
Total revenues of the commune's budget 2000 12 928 134 zł
ogótem Total commune spending on a program to prevent and solve alcohol problems 96 463 zł
Income per capita 1 337 zł
MANUFACTURING & SERVICES AND CONSTRUCTION
661 businesses were in operation in the town and commune (as by the end of 2000) according to the number of entries on the business register.
The business activities are broken down as follows:
retail and catering outlets 55
manufacturing industrial goods 31
manufacturing consumer goods 20
fruit growing -
transport services 54
manufacturing-services businesses 69
The length of commune roads is 68,00 km, including paved roads 6,80 km.
The frame of the commune's road network is made up of:
- national roads: 27,91 km (road No. 6 and No. 21)
- provincial roads: 4,63 km
- county roads: 82,60 km, including paved roads: 68,50 km
- commune roads: 68,00 km
The remaining commune roads are divided in accordance with their importance and function into:
- basic roads: 30,00 km
- auxiliary roads: 38,00 km
PKS bus services - main links:
- Słupsk, Koszalin, Tychowo, Miastko.
PKP railway services - main links:
- Szczecinek, Słupsk, Sławno.
All waste dumps were removed from the commune by 2000. The commune uses the waste dump in Bierkowo, which is run by the ZGK in Słupsk.
Environmentally-friendly containers of the "igloo" and "druciak" types to collect waste plastics and glass separately are put in almost all the commune's towns and villages. Selective waste collection in operation thanks to funds provided by: the the Communal Environmental Protection Fund and the County Environmental Protection Fund.
Because of insufficient funds in relation to the needs, the programme is carried out over a prolonged period of time.
Water - the lower water-bearing level of the main underground water reservoir in the area of Kobylnica provides the reserves of drinking water for Słupsk. The commune is intersected by the middle section of the locally biggest river Słupia.