1500 Days of Good Governance

Towards improving the livability in the ULBs in Andhra Pradesh, the state government in the last 4 years had undertaken developmental projects worth Rs. 1,02,726 Cr.

The projects taken up are for development of infrastructure in water supply, sewerage & septage, storm water drainage, green space development, LED Street lighting among others.

  • • Rs. 4,172 Cr worth projects completed
  • • Rs. 57,160 Cr worth projects ongoing
  • • Rs. 4,072 Cr worth projects committed
  • • Rs. 37,323 Cr worth projects proposed and to be completed in 2 years

Housing Sector

  • • 12,98,000 required as per PSS Survey
  • • Out of this, 5,07,215 houses sanctioned under AHP with a project outlay of 38,000 cr
  • • 2,85,000 grounded till date
  • • Unit cost varies from 5.65 laks to 7.5 lakhs
  • • Each eligible applicant is given Rs 3 lakh subsidy & Rs 50k towards land value. Balance unit is tied up as loan from Banks

Water Supply Sector

  • • 734 MLD of clean water is additionally provided in the last 4 years out of total currently available drinking water treatment capacity of 1718 MLD
  • • Daily water supply increased from 66 ULBs in 2014 to 102 ULBs as of now
  • • No. of house service connections increased from 10.67 lakhs in 2015 to 16.34 lakh HSCs in 2018
  • • Infra gap in source to the tune of 307 MLD & House Service Connections is being covered with tieup under AMRUT, HUDCO - Nellore, APMDP, AIIB& CIIP, at a cost of Rs.8,487 Cr

Roads Network

  • 5482 kms of kuchha road is proposed to be converted into pucca road at a cost of Rs. 4,026Cr under CIIP

Drainage Network

  • In the last 4 years, 645km of existing kuchha network is converted into pucca drainage network. An additional length of 12,570 kms of pucca. drain is proposed under CIIP at a cost of Rs. 3,530 Cr

Sanitation Sector

  • • 1st state to go for ·ODF on Oct 2nd 2016, three years ahead of target timeline given by Gol
  • • Now aiming towards ODF plus

Solid Waste Management

  • • 100% door to door garbage collection- in Urban areas achieved
  • • Introduced innovative & efficient system of RFID tags set up on every gate thereby ensuring real time monitoring of door to door .collection, efficiency, employee punctuality etc. - Best practice in ' the Nation.-

Scientific Disposal Of Solid Waste

  • • Safe & scientific disposal of 100% waste generated throug Waste to energy plants. - 7 waste to energy projects
  • • 7 waste to biogas projects, 41 waste to compost projects a d 3 C&D projects are being set up

Urban Greenery

  • • Andhra Pradesh Greening & Beautification Corporation has been set up purely for greening & beautification

Parks & Open Gym Equipments

  • • Total of 495 parks proposed 'tor development at a cost of Rs,400Cr to be completed by Nov, 2018
  • • Development of Gym equipr:nents proposed in a total of 575 sites across 110ULBs with an estimated cost of Rs.72.5Cr

Development of Burial Grounds

  • 1156 Burial·grounds being developed at a cost of Rs. 1,500 Cr in 110 ULBs

Street Signages

  • • 1st state to implement Digital Door Numbering System. - GIS survey, rationalisation of door numbers of all Households is under progress
  • • DAARI mobile & web application is being developed to help citizens to easily locate and navigate across all ULBs
  • • Project for uniform street signages across all ULBs of AP under progress and targeted to be completed by Sept, 2018

City Initiatives

      Flagship initiatives of GoAP to increase the liveability of cities & increase . \ the citizen participation taken up in all 110 ULBs\
  • • Happy Sunday Initiative - Public activities like· cultural programs, sports, yoga etc are taken up on public places monthly on designated Sundays from 6.00-9.00am in all 110 ULBs
  • • Poster Free Initiative- Posters removed &painted on walls and buildings to stop poster menace in ULBs
  • • LED Street Lighting: Conventi_o nal street lights replaced with LED . Lights (6,10,741 Numbers) covering 110 ULBs
  • • Central Medians: Central Medians to a length of 240 kms, has been developed for improving the aesthetic beauty of the city


  • • Services Comprehensive Electronic delivery of Municipal Services right from the application receipt to final delivery like notice, proceedings etc. made available at the citizen's doorstep without them ever having to visit the Municipal office
  • • Grievance - Quick redressal of grievances by means of App/Portal/Phone calls and together with capability to capture feedback from the citizen on the seNices delivered by the ULBs through PURASEVA - a mobile phone based citizen super-app bringing all municipal seN ices, grievances & payment_s right to the their fingertips
  • • Payments - online viewing & payment of bills generated made available to citizens through various portals like citizen seNice centres, website, mobile application etc
  • • Comprehensive ERP comprising of fully integrated modules like Property Tax, Wat.er Charges, Trade License, Non Tax Revenue, Works, Finance etc has been developed & implemented across 1j10 ULBs
  • • A comprehensive Web based application for Building plan approvals and various town planning approvals covering end to end process is developed
  • • APPMS Works module enables the Municipal Engineers to effectively implement various · developmental and maintenance woks. This . system enables them to monitor all works end to end

GIS Mapping

  • GIS base map & master plans are being prepared. As way forward, geo­ portals & drone based applications are being developed across all ULBs


  • • Quality of education in municipal schools registered a good progress
  • • No of students scoring 10 GPA had increased by 618%. In AY 2017-18 a total of 303 students scored 10 GPA compared to 49 in the AY 20.16- 17
  • • School enrolment has increased by 25% on an average across all classes..
  • • Out of 322 Municipal schools, 27 schools have registered full admission for the AY: 2018.,.1 . For the 1st time no admission boards were put up in these 27 schools. 122 Municipal teachers have enrolled their children in Municipal schools


  • • Joyfull learning atmosphere tias been created in Anganwadis through provision of infrastructure like' painted classrooms, TVs and enjoyable teaching methodologies
  • • As a result, there is a net increase in enrolment by 20%