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408,5 km2

Lund Local Directory

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The municipality of Lund has an area of 408,5 km2. It is one of the inland municipalities of Rogaland, bordering West Agder. The municipality has approximately 3.200 inhabitants, about half of whom live in the town of Moi. Moi is the administrative and commercial centre of the municipality, where the major industry is located. Lund is served by an exceptionally good communications network since both the E-18 and the Southland railway cut right through it.

Lund municipality has well-developed social services in most areas. Nursery schools are about sufficient to meet the demand and most schools have, or will soon have, new buildings. Health and welfare services provide all the usual services, in a local environment that have few serious social problems. Care of the elderly is particularly good.

Most of the residential building in recent years has taken place in spacious, pleasant developments. It is still easy to find reasonably priced residential lots anywhere in Lund. Lund's varied landscape, with extensive open spaces, lakes and rivers, provides a good bases for outdoor activities in summer and winter. The municipality´s inhabitants also enjoy a wide scope of recreational activities through sports and music clubs, religious groups and a number of other organizations.


Industry dominates in Lund´s economy. Calculated in relative employment, Lund is the most industrial municipality in Rogaland. The largest concern is the window manufacturer Johs. Rasmussen A/S with about 430 employees (in Lund) and approximately 700 employees inclusive other locations in Norway.

Another small firm that has prospered lately, is the Moen Bjøllefabrikk, that used to be a small forging company. However, the 1994 Lillehammer Olympics was a turning point for the firm, making thousands of cow-bells for the audience there. In spite of this, agriculture is still important and a number of private and public service industries have also provided employment for a growing number of local people.


Here you can see Husmannsplassen Haien.


Several mountain lakes have been seeded in recent years and now offer fine fishing.