Kpando Municipal is located in the Volta Region of Ghana and it is one of the oldest in the country. The Municipality lies within latitudes 6° 20’N and 7005’N, and Longitude 00 17’E. It shares boundaries with Jasikan District in the north, Hohoe Municipal to the east, and the newly created South Dayi District in the south. The Volta Lake which stretches over 80km of the costal line, demarcates the Western boundary.
The Municipality covers a total land area of 820 square kilometres representing 45% of the Volta Region with almost 40% of the land being submerged by the Volta Lake. Kpando, the Municipal capital, is 90 km from Ho, the Regional capital. The location of the municipality places it at a very strategic position with potential for fast economic development.
Mr. Akwasi Oppong-Fosu, the Minister of Local Government, Rural Development and Environment, has said the Kpando Municipal Assembly has qualified for an amount of Ghc 349,129 to be used to develop the municipality by passing the Functional Organizational Assessment Tool (FOAT).