The Cape Coast Metropolitan is also home to the regional capital of Central Region. The Metropolitan forms part of the Twenty (20) Mertopolitan, Municipalities and Districts in the Central Region of Ghana. The Metropolitan is bounded on the south by the Gulf of Guinea, west by Komenda / Edina / Eguafo /Abrem Municipal, east by the Abura/Asebu/Kwamankese District and north by the Twifu/Hemang/Lower Denkyira District. The Metropolis covers an area of 122 square kilometers and is the smallest metropolis in the country. The Administrative capital is Cape Coast.
The Central Regional Coordinating Director, Mr Kwame Oppong, has called on Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) to ensure that development projects in their districts were commensurate with the funds provided.
About 150 farmers including a physically-challenged were yesterday rewarded in Effutu, a suburb of Cape Coast in the Central Region for their hard work and contribution to agricultural growth in the country.
The US government through its Millennium Challenge Account has assisted Ghana with the construction of two separate 1000 tones capacity pineapplespark-house and maxi-bag maize ware-house for the processing and temporary storage of pineapple and maize at Kwesi-Tukwaa and Gomoa Abase, both in the Gomoa East District.
Mr Alex Damptey, officer at the Waste Management Department (WMD) of the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly (CCMA), has condemned the habit of connecting septic tanks into public drains, cautioning perpetrators to dis-connect the linkages to avoid sanctions.
The Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly (CCMA) Task Force on Monday undertook a decongestion exercise to create space on streets and pavements in the Metropolis to facilitate easy vehicular and human movement.