The Atebubu-Amantin Municipal is one of the 260 Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) in Ghana, and forms part of the 11 of Municipalities and Districts in the Bono East Region and has Atebubu as its administrative capital.
The Atebubu-Amanten District was carved out of the then Atebubu District in 2004 and was elevated to a Municipality by the Legislative Instrument (LI) 2266 in 2017. The Municipality is located between latitudes 7o 23” N and 8o 22” N and longitudes 0o 30’W and 1o 26’W. The District has a surface area of about 2,624 square kilometers.
It shares boundaries with the Pru East District to the north, the Sene West District to the east and to the west Kintampo South District and Nkoranza North District all in the Bono East Region. To the south, it is bounded by three districts in the Ashanti Region namely Ejura Sekyedumase Municipal, Sekyere East District and Sekyere South District.
The population of the District according to the 2010 population and housing census stands at 105,938 with 53,674 males 52,264 females.