Jabalpur Municipal Corporation



The origin of the Jabalpur Municipal Corporation is traced back to the year 1864. Started as the Nagar Palika Nigam Jabalpur, the Jabalpur Nagar Nigam or today's Jabalpur Municipal Corporation was established in 1950.

Mrs. Sushila Singh, the current mayor of the city of Jabalpur heads the Jabalpur Municipal Corporation. The Jabalpur municipal area has been divided into 60 Wards and the Jabalpur Municipal Corporation looks after the civil infrastructure of these wards and the city as a whole.

The main services that the Municipal Corporation of Jabalpur provides are;

  • Building and maintaining water tanks and reservoirs to facilitate better water supply.
  • Constructing new roads, maintaining the old ones, modifying foot paths etc. to ensure better traffic system in the city.
  • E-governance
  • Providing health and medical services by providing ambulance services and maintaining hospitals





    Last Updated on 16th Dec 2012

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