Ameenpur Municipality: Ameenpur Municipality Established under Govt Oder No. G.O.M.S.No.93 Dated: 01-08-2018.
As per 2011 census population 44698. As on today including floating population 1 lack above and House Holds nearly 27112, As per General Election -2019 this ULB has Voter strength is 47056, Election wards 24, collection of Property Tax wards 19, No of Colonies 174 and Ameenpur Municipality covered in 5 hamlets ( Ameenpur, Beeramguda, Bandamkommu, Uskebavi, Narregudem) . This ULB has growing very fastly in all aspects in theTelangana State. This ULB mainly depending on underground Water System and proposals for Manjeera and Mission Bagheeradha were in under process.
Extent Area 17.84 Sq.kms. Latitude & Longitude : 17°31′27″N 78°19′50″E
HISTORICAL PLACE OF THIS ULB IN INDIA
Connectivity: Ameenpur town connected to Bombay Highway NH-9 and Nehru ORR, and also connected to Miyapur x road to Bachupally road and Kistareddy pet Road
Ameenpur Lake: Ameenpur Lake becomes the first Biodiversity Heritage Site in the country. Fish and birds return, but much remains to be done
On the western fringes of Hyderabad,surrounded by fantastic primordial rock formations, modern apartments, factories and a village, is a sprawling and ancient man-made lake. Ameenpur Lake dates back to the time of Ibrahim Qutb Shah, who ruled the kingdom of Golconda between 1550 and 1580. According to one account, the tank was excavated to irrigate a large public garden. The lake is now divided into two parts called Pedda Ameenpur and Chinna Cheruvu.
Today, Ameenpur Lake has the distinction of being the first water body in the country to be declared a Biodiversity Heritage Site. The biodiversity tag was awarded for the Pedda Ameenpur Lake, which is at a higher elevation than Chinna Cheruvu.
The lake brims with life: bar-headed geese, cormorants, ruddy shelducks, and grey herons. The checkered keelback snake snaps up fish and buffaloes wallow in the deep end. Farmers harvest paddy at the shoreline. The teeming birdlife was one of the reasons Ameenpur Lake caught the imagination of the average person; birders and photographers throng the lake to catch sight of flamingos, pelicans and cormorants swallowing fish or—even better—birds swooping down to steal a fish from a water snake.
During the famous annual bird race, Hyderabad’s birdwatchers generally make the lake their first stop. At last count (in 2016), the lake recorded 186 species, up from 171 in 2015.