Municipality Of Malindi

Welcome to The Municipality of Malindi

It is believed that about 50% population of Malindi live in the urban area and those urban centers drive economic growth and offers economies of scale in productivity and public investments; they are social melting pots, centers of innovation and derivers of social change.

It is through the Urban Areas and Cities Act (UACA 2012 as amended) that the provisions of the Constitution and the County Government Act (Section 48) with regards to urban governance are operationalized areas being granted municipal or city status. The Municipality of Malindi was awarded the Municipality status in October, 2018 and the Municipality Charter granted by His Excellency Governor in the year 2019.

Our Vision

Well-planned urban area and preferred tourism destination

Our Vision

To provide necessary infra-structure, efficient and effective service delivery

Most Vibrant
Tourist Destination

The history of Malindi is well documented as a town which was a very vibrant tourist destination with good infrastructure and a well-managed service delivery system.


200 years of city history

Malindi developed as part of the emerging Swahili Civilization in the 5th–10th centuries. The city of Malindi, founded around 850 AD.

People centred Administration

The Municipality of Malindi is led by a dedicated team and service is a commitment to excellence all qualities admire.

Tourist Hub

Malindi is a town on Malindi Bay at the mouth of the Sabaki River, lying on the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya. It is 120 kilometres northeast of Mombasa. It is the largest urban centre in Kilifi County.

Board of Municipality of Malindi

The Board of Municipality of Malindi is composed of:

Municipality of Malindi Administration

Silas K. Ngundo

Municipal Manager

Julius Fondo

Municipal Administrator

Mr. Julius Kashero

Social Development Officer

Mr. Hussein Mwasimba

Public Health Officer

Ms. Bahati Rajab

Municipal Accountant

Ms. Jacinta Makau

Municipal Planner

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Municipal Projects and programmes

Since the Financial Year 2018/ 2019, the Municipality of Malindi has been enjoying financial support from the State department of Urban Development through the Kenya Urban Support Programme (KUSP) Urban Development Programme (UDG) and has since implemented the following projects:

P.O. Box 519 – 80108, Kilifi, Kenya
Opening Hours:

Mon – Fri: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

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