Historically, Mkuranga District Council was formally established when it was gazetted on 1st Julay 1995 in Pwani region. It was created out of the old Kisarawe District also a district of Pwani region.
It is one of the seven councils that form the Pwani Region. The District council shares borders with Temeke Municipal Council (Dar es salaam Region) in the North, the Indian Ocean to the East, Rufiji District council on the South and Kisarawe District council to the west. The administrative seat is in Mkuranga along the Dar es salaam-Mtwara road. In terms of international identification, the district lies between latitudes 6 o.35o and 7o.15 o south of the Equator and between longitudes 38o.12’ and 39o.30’ east of Greenwich. The District council is divided into four divisions and 25 wards with a total of 121 villages and 463 hamlets distributed unevenly. Panzuo ward covers about 13.2 percent of total land area of the council followed by Mkamba ward with about 9.6 percent of the total land area. Kitomondo ward has the smallest land area in the council constituting only 1.6 percent of the total council land area.
NEW VACANCIES AT MKURANGA DISTRICT COUNCIL, APRIL 2022
The Executive Director of the council is inviting applications from Tanzanians to fill 6 new vacancies. Download the PDF Document attached below to read full details: