Municipality of Jezersko measures 68.8 km2. In the west it borders the Tržič Municipality, in the south to the Municipality of Preddvor, in the south-east to the Kamnik Municipality and the Municipality Solčava, and in the north and east to the Republic of Austria. The municipality has two settlements, the Upper and Lower Jezersko.
Upper Jezersko is a borderly settlement of the hilly settlement with a clustered core and some lonely farms. It lies in the valley of the Jezernica stream, in the glades valleys Ravenska and Makekova Kočna. It covers the following hamlets: Center (core of the settlement), Grabnar, Kvance, Žabji trg, Stara pošta, Raven, Siberia and Anclova.
Lower Jezersko is a settlement that begins at the former Carniolan-Carinthian border. It consists of several hamlets and solitary farms in the narrow valley of the Kokra River. The core of the settlement is a clustered hamlet of the Lower Town at the confluence of Kokra and Jezernica. The first hamlet is the Upper Fužine, followed by Podlog (Kanonir) at the confluence of Kokra and Rijeka. The higher is the Lower End (Bajte). The other parts are named after far away large farms, which also cover up to 360 ha of land.
Feast of Lake Jezersko
Jezersko celebrates the municipal holiday on September 10th. This is the day when the Senherme peace treaty was signed in 1919. She decided on the affiliation of the Municipality of Jezersko Kraljevstvo SHS and thus allowed her to enter the path that led to the independent autonomous municipality in the Republic of Slovenia over the years.
Establishment of an autonomous municipality Jezersko
The newly established concept of local self-government in 1994 also stimulated the reflections on the future of the place in Jezersko, as well as its history, when an independent municipality has already been and successfully operated in this region. The inhabitants of Jezersko were, as always, confident that only their own work and care for the life and progress of the place ensure its successful development. In the history, the Jezerians and their place were all too often neglected, not only because of the geographical position, but also because of the small possibilities of influencing those centers that decided on their destiny. That is why the decision of the inhabitants of Jezersko in the 1994 referendum for the municipality was uniform and clear. This decision, however, fully corresponded with the objectives of the concept of new local self-government…