Homa Bay Municipality

Homa Bay is a town (and eponymous bay) on the south shore of Winam Gulf of Lake Victoria, in western Kenya. It lies near Mount Homa (in the Luo language Got Marahuma or God Uma ["famous mountain"] and Ruma National Park, the latter noted for Jackson's hartebeests and roan antelope (the government has also released reticulated giraffes into the park).

Homa Bay was once the District Headquarters for all of South Nyanza District, Nyanza Province, but has now been divided into at least three districts. Homa Bay is now the capital of Homa Bay County per the new constitution. The town of Homa Bay hosts a Municipal Board. The municipality has a population of 44,949 in 2019.




Organization of the Board

  1. Mark Oketch - Municipal Manager
  2. Antipas Abdallah Nyambok - Board Chair
  3. Geoffrey Odhiambo Nyasuda
  4. Otieno Collins Okoth
  5. Wycliffe Ongonge
  6. Dorcas Yonge Odada
  7. Charles Omondi Owili
  8. Esther Achieng Okello 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Municipality Downloads

1.Municipality Organogram
2.Public Fora Minutes - KUSP II
3.Staff List
4.Municipality Asset Register
5.Municipality Charter
6.Staff Roles and Responsibilities
7.Public Fora Calender
8.Municipality Annual Investment Plan (2023-24)
9.Urban Institutional Development Strategy (2023-26)
10.Sustainable Solid Waste Management Plan