Makueni County covers an area of 8,034.7 sq km with a projected population of more than 0.9million people. It geographically borders Kajiado County to the West, Taita Taveta County to the South, Kitui County to the East and Machakos County to the North. The county lies in the arid and semi-arid zones of the Eastern region of the country. Major physical features in the county include the Volcanic Chyulu hills which lie along the South West border of the County in Kibwezi West constituency, Mbooni hills in Mbooni sub county and Kilungu hills in Kaiti subcounty.
The County is divided into Six sub-counties namely: Makueni, Mbooni, Kaiti,Kibwezi East, Kibwezi West and Kilome.
The county has 30 Assembly Wards namely:
Mbooni subcounty (Tulimani, Mbooni, Kithungo, Kisau/Kiteta, Kako/Waia, Kalawa wards)
Kilome subcounty (Kiima Kiu/Kalanzoni, Mukaa, Kasikeu wards)
Kaiti sub county (Kee, Kilungu, Ilima, Ukia wards)
Makueni sub county (Nzaui/Kilili/Kalamba, Muvau, Kathonzweni, Mavindini, Kitise/Kithuki, Wote/Nziu, Mbitini wards)
Kibwezi West sub county (Makindu, Kikumbulyu North, Kikumbulyu South, Nguumo, Nguu/Masumba, Emali/Mulala wards)
Kibwezi East subcounty (Masongaleni, Mtito Andei, Thange, Ivingoni wards)
Our County is famous for horticulture, already there are water management community projects like dams, irrigation schemes and boreholes that boost agriculture hence bringing wealth to all. The county has a progressive authority that concentrates on service delivery and continuum investment. It has opened up development information on the web, social networks, maps as well as sms and it strides to be a model county in the country, regional and beyond.
A county where resources are sustainably harnessed and equitably shared for the benefit of every household.
Engaging all stakeholders in harnessing and governance of resources in a cost effective way for the transformation of the lives of the County's population.