Moshkovo is a working village in the Novosibirsk region . The administrative center of the Moshkovo district and urban settlement is the working village of Moshkovo .
|Subject of the federation||Novosibirsk region|
|Urban settlement||working village Moshkovo|
|History and Geography|
|Former names||until 1933 - Alekseevskoe (Alekseevka)|
|Working village with||1961|
|Center height||208 m|
|Timezone||UTC + 7|
|Population||↗ 9856  people ( 2017 )|
|Telephone code||+7 38348|
Moshkovo is located 56 kilometers northeast of Novosibirsk , 70 kilometers southwest of the city of Bolotnoye on the Trans-Siberian Railway . Near the village is the federal highway M53 .
Moshkovo owes its appearance to the Trans-Siberian Railway. When laying it, two settlements were founded on the site of the modern village: Alekseevskoe and Romanovskoe. At the same time railway a trip in the area between the two settlements was called Moshkovo . The year of foundation of the village Alekseevskoye - 1896 - is now considered the time of birth of the administrative center of Moshkovo. In the 1900s the village of Alekseevskoe absorbed the village of Romanovskoe and became the administrative center of Alekseevskoy volost . In 1925, the Alekseevsky volost was reorganized into the Alekseevsky district . In 1933, the village of Alekseevskoe was renamed Moshkovo, taking the name from the railway station located in the village. station  . At the same time, the district was renamed Moshkovsky .
In 1961, the settlement of Moshkovo received the status of a working village  .
From 1963 to 1972 he was part of the Bolotninsky district .
|1959 ||1970 ||1979 ||1989 ||2002 ||2007 ||2009 |
|5601||↗ 5794||↗ 7088||↗ 9571||↗ 10 678||↘ 10 149||↘ 9579|
|2010 ||2012 ||2013 ||2014 ||2015 ||2016 ||2017 |
|↗ 10 224||↘ 10 055||↘ 9864||↘ 9645||↘ 9496||↗ 9682||↗ 9856|
According to the All-Russian Population Census, in 2010 10,244 residents lived in Moshkovo, of which 4,750 were men, 5,474 were women, 868 were men per 1,000 women  .
Moszkowska Secondary School No. 1 is the largest school in the Moszkowski district  .
In 1941, before the start of the war, a new brick building was built for a secondary school, where a hospital was located from the end of 1942, and the children were engaged in other rooms. A memorial plaque hung on the old building of the railway station, from which it followed that the 148th Infantry Brigade was formed in the district center. At the end of April 1942, she was sent to the front. One of the new post-war streets is named after the honor of the hero of the Soviet Union Kobelev Arkady Vasilyevich. The names of the defenders of the motherland who fell during the war were carved on the monument of glory - on the square near the GDK and in high school number 1. In the 90s, high school number 1 was overhauled. Also in Moshkovo there is the Moshkovo Children's Music School, which is engaged in the cultural development of children.
- Museum of Local Lore. Located in 2 rooms of the Schoolhouse. The museum is rather modest, it contains 659 exhibits: materials on the history of the Komsomol and pioneer organizations of the Moszkowski district, ancient objects of peasant life   .
In 2010, the museum moved to the building of the Moszkowska Children's Music School.
- The station square of Moshkovo station bears the name of the former Minister of Railways N. E. Aksenenko, in 2006 a memorial sign was installed on it.
- Internet: In a village in apartment buildings, Rostelecom provides Internet access; in the private sector, GPON-based technology provides a regional provider “Vokrug Online” to each house.
According to media reports  , in April and December 2008, two oil spills occurred in the Moshkovo area of the Omsk – Irkutsk oil pipeline, which flooded the Baltic River and the nearby ponds of garden societies. Local residents claim that no reclamation was carried out, a new channel was dug for the river, and the spills were simply buried. An examination of the Novosibirsk City Committee for the Protection of the Environment and Natural Resources revealed a multiple excess of the maximum permissible concentration ( MPC ) of oil in water in the old channel of the Balta and the highest, fifth, level of soil contamination with oil products according to the classification of the Ministry of Natural Resources in the earth at a depth of 1.5-1, 8 m in the vicinity of the old channel.
The Transsibneft press release dated October 2010 stated that the oil spill during the accident on December 26, 2008 was 7 tons, of which 1 ton flowed into the Balta River, and the volume of oil collected and pumped back into the pipeline amounted to 6 m³; In addition, stripping and reclamation were carried out and accepted, and environmental damage in full was paid. According to the laboratory research data from the TsLATI in Siberian Federal District federal research laboratory, the concentration of oil products in water today does not exceed the MPC standards  .
- Population of the Russian Federation by municipalities as of January 1, 2017 (July 31, 2017). Date of treatment July 31, 2017. Archived July 31, 2017.
- Kalantayev P.A. PGT Moshkovo
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- Moshkovsky Museum of Local Lore // Museums of Russia
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- Official site of the Moshkovsky district