Subject to the provisions of The Urban Areas and Cities Act 2011, a Board of a Municipality shall:-

  • Oversee the affairs of the Municipality
  • Develop and adopt policies, plans, strategies and programs and may set targets for delivery of services
  • Formulate and implement an integrated development plan
  • Control land use, land sub-division, land development and zoning by public and private sectors for any purpose, including industry, commerce, markets, shopping and other employment centers, residential areas, recreational areas, parks, entertainment, passenger transport, agriculture and freight and transit stations within the framework of the spatial and master plans
    for the city or municipality as may be delegated by the County Government.
  • As may be delegated by the County Government, promote and undertake infrastructural development and services within the city or municipality.
  • Develop and manage schemes, including site development in collaboration with the relevant National and County agencies.
  • Maintain a comprehensive database and information system of the administration and provide public access thereto upon payment of nominal fee to be determined by the Board.
  • Administer and regulate its internal affairs.
  • Implement applicable National and County legislation.
  • Enter into such contracts, partnership or joint ventures as it may consider necessary for the
    discharge of its functions under this Act or other written law.
  • Monitor and where appropriate regulate City and Municipal services where those services are provided by service providers other than the Board of the City or Municipality.
  • Prepare and submit its annual budget estimates to the relevant County Treasury for consideration and submission to the County Assembly for approval as part of the annual County Appropriation Bill.
  • As may be delegated by the County Government, collect rates, taxes levies, duties, fees and surcharges on fees.
  • Settle and implement tariff, rates and tax and debt collection policies as delegated by the County Government.
  • Monitor the impact and effectiveness of any services, policies programs or plans.
  • Establish, implement and monitor performance management system.
  • Promote a safe and healthy environment.
  • Facilitate and regulate public transport and
  • Perform such other functions as may be delegated to it by the County Government or as may be provided for by any written law.

Nakuru & Naivasha Municipality Board Members

In addition to Executive Leadership and Mentoring skills acquired through Cornel University’s learning program, Sam is a specialist in Natural Resource Management and Planning, Environmental Policy, Environmental Assessment and Audit, DisasterRiskReduction, WildlifeConservationand WildlifeSecurity, CivilSocietyCapacityDevelopment, and, Program DevelopmentandManagement. He has held various senior management and executive leadership positions within the government of Kenya and USAID, as well as an international Non-Governmental Organization-WWF.With29years practical experience in this field, he is particularly interested in the concept of Payment for ecosystem services(PES)as an economic incentive that ensures the flow of ecosystem services and as a means to addressing the three key development challenges of Kenya and EastAfrica–climate change,biodiversity conservation, and,sustainable access to water and sanitation. Sam is a Ph.D. candidate at the Center for Advanced Studies in Environmental Law and Policy, University of Nairobi, and, has been a resident of Naivasha Municipality since 1995.

Sam Weru

Board Chairman Naivasha

Holds a Law Degree from the University of Kent. Holds an International Business Administration Degree from United States International University (USIU). She is an advocate of the high court of Kenya. Has been practicing law for more than 15 years. Currently practicing law at her firm/SMuigai-Gatei&COAdvocates She has a wealth of experience in the legal field having also worked in the UK and USA.

Peninah Muigai

Board Vice Chair person Naivasha

He has a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science & Technology from MasenoUniversity.He is a team leader & player with experience in ICT, Administration, and management. Has worked as ICT supervisor for Independent Election  and Boundary Commission and Kenya National Bureau of Statistics.Previously and currently serving on various school boards.

Francis Kamau Mwangi

Board Member Naivasha Municipality

Technical Manager-Solinc EastAfrica Limited. Businessman Nakuru County. Holds BSC in Chemistry from  NairobiUniversity, Diploma in analytical chemistry from Nairobi Technical Training Institutes. He has 15 years of experience in the manufacturing industry where he has worked with various multinational firms. He has vast experience in ISO management systems

Ismael Lugali Aabisai

Board Member Naivasha Municipality

Municipality Downloads

Nakuru Urban Integrated Development Plan-IDEP.3Download



Nakuru Urban Integrated Development Plan-IDEP.2Download

Naivasha Urban Integrated Development Plan-IDEP.2Download

Nakuru Municipal Board BudgetDownload

Nakuru Municipal Budget 2 Download