Municipal Profiling and Baseline Data

The municipality is fairly small and has the following summarized baseline information:

  • Ngong municipal population:                           250,000 people
  • Area and size                                                         92 km 2
  • Roads tarmac                                                         25km
  • Un classified earth roads                                     400
  • Public primary schools                                        14
  • Public secondary schools                                     8
  • Political representation by wards                       6
  • Police station                                                          2
  • Fire stations                                                            0
  • Recreational parks                                                3
  • Stadiums and public play grounds                    2





Investment priorities are informed by need and assessment undertaken in the area. This has incorporated citizenry input and preference.


  • Road construction
  • Road repairs
  • Construction of new markets
  • Construction of bridges
  • Extension of water connections
  • Opening up of drainage
  • Street lighting
  • Creating foot paths and pedestrian walkways


Environmental management

  • Relocation of the dump site
  • Collection and disposal of wastes (garbage in key markets)
  • Provision of strategic litter beans
  • Rehabilitation of Gardens
  • Beautification of the towns( kiserian , Ngong and Rongai)

Transport management and traffic flow

  • Creation of Matatu and bus terminus (kiserian and Rongai nodes)
  • Parking bays
  • Segregated modes and parking lots
  • Expansion of existing terminus
  • Traffic flow regulations

Disaster Management

  • Fire station
  • Fire fighting equipments
  • Flood control

Economic improvement and micro enterprise development

  • Relocating kiosks and roadside traders
  • Creating economic small enterprise centres
  • Designating areas for distinct enterprises
  • Provide small enterprise incubation centres ( jua kali shades)
  • Tourist and export promotion/culture entrepreneurship
  • Strategic designs for buildings near eclusive zones to offer commercial enterprises




Institutional development

  • Capacity building for staff and e training aligned to changing times and quality delivery of services
  • Recruitment of staff with requisite skills
  • Peer learning and enhancement of comparative operations
  • Automations of revenue collection
  • Departmental linkages
  • E governance systems
  • Seal revenue leakages


The  objective of this urban investment plan is to:

  • Indicate our priority areas in developing Ngong municipality
  • Provide a framework to manage our finances
  • Indicate our expenditure and financial commitments
  • Set our clear targets that shall be accomplished within the year
  • Demonstrate prudence and transparence in financial commitments /management
  • Envision benefits for residence in delivery of quality service