The main advantages of this neighbourhood are:

  • its quaint village centre;
  • the Dommeldange train station; and
  • its proximity to the trails and the green spaces of Mont Dommeldange and the Eecherfeld nature park.

Geographic location

Dommeldange has a surface area of 235.56 hectares and is located at the northeast edge of the capital. It borders

  • Weimerskirch to the south; and
  • Eich and Beggen to the east.


Number of residents

  • 2,819 as at 31/12/2022
  • Demographic weight: 2.22% of the population of Luxembourg City

Population growth

  • 2016: 2,558
  • 2017: 2,579
  • 2018: 2,587
  • 2019: 2,671
  • 2020: 2,721
  • 2021: 2,766

Infrastructure for children


Dommeldange school
1, Rue Mongenast, L-2161 Luxembourg
President: Claude Grethen

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Lycée des Arts et Métiers ​

Uelzecht Lycée



2, Rue du Château, L-1329 Luxembourg

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Other infrastructure

Culture, sports and leisure

  • Dommeldange Skatepark
  • 3 playgrounds
  • 1 pétanque green
  • The old Drescher joinery, which is now the cultural centre of Dommeldange
  • Bamhaus a.s.b.l.
  • 1 multi-use sports hall


  • 20 bus stops
  • Bus lines serving the area: 12, 23, 25
  • 2 above-ground car parks
  • 12 parking spaces for people with reduced mobility


Dommeldange was originally part of the former municipality of Eich, and shares its history as a hotspot of the steel industry. In 1777, the Grünewald forge passed into the possession of the Collart family, who lived in the château that still exists today. The factory had to cease production in the mid-19th century.

1862 saw the opening of the Luxembourg-Ettelbrück railway line, which stopped in Dommeldange. This led to the construction of two blast furnaces by Forges d'Eich Metz et Cie. By  1980, the Dommeldange factory had developed into a leading manufacturing workshop for Luxembourg's iron industry. Many buildings across Dommeldange remain a testament to Luxembourg's industrial heritage.