Sene West District is located in the North-Eastern corner of the Brong-Ahafo Region.
The District is located between Longitude O 15’E and 15’W and Latitude 7 N and 8 30’N.
It is the largest District in the region and covers an estimated landmass of 4,293.22 square kilometers (km2 ) which is about 10.9% of the region’s land area of 39,557.08 km2 .
The district was established by Legislative Instrument (L.I) 2088.
The Sene West District shares common boundary with Sene East District to the east which is one of the newly created Districts carved out of the then Sene District, to the North-West by Pru District which is well known for its fish market.
Atebubu-Amantin District which is directly linked by a primary road from Kumasi and is well known for its yam market is the western boundary; and the District’s boundary to the South-West is the Sekyere East District whose main economic activity is farming and small scale processing of agricultural produce (cottage industries).
The population of the district according to the 2010 Population and Housing Census stands at 58,229 with 29,564 males and 28,735.