Information in accordance with § 5 German Telemedia Act (TMG - Telemediengesetz):
Düsseldorfer Str. 26
Landrat Thomas Hendele
Tel.: +49 (0) 2104 99-0
Fax: +49 (0) 2104 99-4444
Turnover Tax ID number in accordance with § 27 a German Turnover Tax Law: DE 121633442
Responsible for the content in accordance with § 55 Par. 2 German Interstate Broadcasting Agreement
(RStV - Rundfunkstaatsvertrag):
Landrat Thomas Hendele
Düsseldorfer Str. 26
The European Commission is providing a platform for online dispute resolution (ODR): ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/main
For our e-mail address, see the site notice above.
We are neither willing nor required to participate in a dispute settlement in front of a consumer arbitration board.
Liability for content
We are, as service provider, in accordance with § 7 Par. 1 TMG, responsible for our own content on these pages in accordance with general law. However, in accordance with §§ 8 to 10 TMG we are not required to monitor information transmitted or stored by others nor to search for circumstances that would indicate an unlawful activity.
The requirement to remove or block the usage of information in accordance with applicable law remains untouched by this. However, liability regarding this is only possible from the point in time on that knowledge of a specific violation of the law was obtained. Upon obtaining knowledge of respective violations of the law, we will immediately remove such content.
Kreis Mettmann is liable for this website only for the content in its own authorship. For the contents of its tourist Internet presence, Kreis Mettmann does not warrant that it is correct, complete and current. The utilisation of the tourist Internet presence of Kreis Mettmann does not establish a contract between you and Kreis Mettmann.
Liability for links
Our presence contains links to external websites of third parties on whose content we do not have any influence. We therefore also cannot accept any liability for such foreign content. The content of the linked pages is always the responsibility of the provider or operator of the respective pages. The linked pages were inspected for potential violations of the law at the time they were linked to. No illegal content was apparent at the time they were linked to.
However, a continuous inspection of the content of the linked pages is not reasonable without specific evidence of a violation of the law. Upon obtaining knowledge of violations of the law, we will immediately remove such links.
The content and work on these pages created by the site operator is subject to German copyright. The reproduction, adaptation, distribution and any form of use outside the limits of copyright law requires the written approval of the respective author and/or creator. Downloads and copies of these pages are only permitted for private, non-commercial use.
To the extent that the content of this site was not created by the operator, the copyright of third parties has been adhered to. In particular, all content by third parties is labelled accordingly. In case you nevertheless observe a copyright violation, please let us know. Upon obtaining knowledge of violations of the law, we will immediately remove such content.
- The texts of this website are suitable for the use of a screen reader. The language was simplified as much as possible.
- Zoom function in modern browsers: Especially for people with limited vision, modern browsers such as Mozilla Firefox, Opera or Google Chrome provide for very good enlargement options. Modern browsers allow you a practical magnification of web pages via the so-called zoom function. With the help of these browsers, the content displayed can be magnified by up to 1000 percent. Particularity: Not only the text, but rather all elements such as graphics and images can be magnified. To do so, select the item “View” from the menu bar and specify the zoom factor. This adjustment can be performed both with the keyboard and with the mouse.
- How to zoom with the keyboard: You can very easily carry out this adjustment with your keyboard. All modern browsers allow for the following key combinations. The keys must be pushed concomitantly:
[ CTRL and + ] Zoom in [ CTRL and - ] Zoom out [ CTRL and 0 ] Normal view (100%)
- How to zoom with the mouse: In the menu of your browser, select the commands: “View”, “Zoom”, “Zoom in” or
“Zoom out”. The function is the same in all modern browsers, but the naming of the menu commands may differ in part. They are, in any case, self-explanatory. If you are using a mouse with a scroll wheel (a.k.a. a wheel mouse), hold the CTRL key down and move the scroll wheel. This is how you can zoom the view in and out. The Opera browser provides you with the option to adjust your view in increments of ten. You achieve such a 10% increase of the zoom level by pushing the + key, and a corresponding decrease of the zoom level by pushing the – key. To return to the normal view, push the
6 key. The options of operation to switch back and forth between an author mode and a user mode should not remain unmentioned. Numerous pre-set view options, from high contrast to the view for small screen, provide optimal settings comfort for virtually any user. In Internet Explorer, a zoom function has existed since version 7. The view of a web page can be zoomed into or out of therewith. In the process, all contents of the page are adjusted: Text and images.
An adjustment is possible from 10% to 1000%.
- This is how to do it via the “Change zoom level” button: Located at the bottom right of the Internet Explorer scree is the “Change zoom level” button. Click on the arrow towards the right of the button. Now you can use pre-set zoom levels. To do so, click on the desired percentage stated. You can also specify the zoom level yourself. To do so, click on “Custom...”. In the “Percentage zoom” field, you can now enter a zoom value. Then click on “OK”. If you simply click on the “Change zoom level” button, you can quickly switch between the level 100%, 125% and 150%.
- Magnification function of older browsers without zoom function: Even if you are using older versions of Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer, a very good magnification function is available to you. It does, however, not take into consideration graphics or images. Mozilla & Firefox: To do so, select the menu item “View” via the browser menu bar and specify the size of the writing in percent. Any easier way is to use the keyboard commands [ STRG and + ] for zooming in and [ STRG and – ] to zoom out the writing. With the shortcut command [ STRG and 0 ], you reset the writing size to the standard value of 100 percent. Internet Explorer: In Internet Explorer, can also enlarge the writing of this page. To do so, select the menu item “View” via the browser menu bar and specify the size of the writing via the “Text size”. Unfortunately, in IE, you can only choose between five levels from “Smallest” to “Largest”. Those to whom this is not enough magnification have to dive deeper into the operating system and modify the settings in the “Ease of Access” menu item in the “Control Panel”. Here, it is furthermore possible to modify the contrast, if one is so inclined to do. Windows provides numerous pre-sets by default. To do so, proceed as follows: Go to “Start” > “Control Panel” or “Start” > “Settings” > “Control Panel”. Open “Ease of Access”. Select the “Optimize visual display” tab. Click on “Choose a High Contrast theme”. Select a High Contrast Theme of your choice. Confirm the changes.
- For technical reasons, not all of the documents made available for download in Portable Document Format (PDF) on this website are barrier-free. We kindly ask the people with disabilities who are dependent on this for both their understanding and their patience; the documents are being gradually transitioned into a barrier-free form. Until such time, please talk to us as needed.
- Internal and external links are always marked as such.
- In some areas of this website, a linking to the visualisation interface of a geographic information system (= leisure time map) is taking place. For technical reasons, this system is not yet barrier-free. We kindly ask people with disabilities who are dependent thereupon for their understanding.
- On this website, the male gender form is predominantly being used in all texts. This is done to ease the use through aids for people with disabilities and, at the same time, improves the flow for reading. We would like to expressly point out that no discrimination of the female gender is associated therewith.
- Kreis Mettmann is interested in your opinion regarding this website: What did you like, what could we do better, where did we stumble, what were you not able to find? Please write to us at info(at)neanderland.de.