The district is traversed by two great roads that connect to neighbouring countries of Tanzania, Rwanda and DRC Congo (Kampala-Masaka-Katuna Road and Kampala-Fort portal Highways) and a well-developed road network of feeder and community access roads.
Many parts of the district are connected to national power grid and the district has four rural gross centres and Town council that have access to piped water.
The district lies in the central plateau of Uganda comprising of flat topped –undulating hills with deeply incised valleys. Hills summits range between 1100m-1400 meters above sea level. These hills form part of the catchment for both seasonal and permanent wetlands that drain most low lying areas. The topography and geology provides abundant gravel and rocks resources used in construction. The underlying geology comprises mainly of rocks of Precambrian age that are highly weathered. The most dominant rocks being of the Buganda-Tooro system
Mr. Ssejjemba Martine was elected the District Chairperson and the political head of Mpigi District. He was elected in a popular vote in 2021 and subscribes to the ruling National Unity Plaform (NUP).
A District Where People Have Access to Basic Social Services and are Empowered for Sustainable Household and Community Development.
To serve the District through coordinated delivery of services which focus on national and local priorities in order to promote sustainable social and economic development of the district.
To Coordinate Service Delivery for Sustainable Socio-economic Development for all people of Mpigi District
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