Today, the 800-year-old church remains the village's landmark. Over its history, Wildsachsen was shaped by the farming and orchid-growing industries.
Today, Wildsachsen remains the smallest of Hofheim’s six incorporated towns, with a population of 1,688. The population was stable throughout the 1960’s, but the decision to open up a new building tract at that time in addition to improving transport connections helped boost development.
More information about Wildsachsen can be found at the German language website http://www.wildsachsen.de/