Welcome to the official website of City Municipal Council, Sagar 

Sagara city is one  of the 74 KMRP  cities in the Karnataka state. The Website of this city was Launched on August 2007. Sagar ULB was started in the year 1931 and became CMC grade two in the year 2007.The ULB consist of 31 wards with the respective number of coucilors.The total population of the city 54,550 as per 2011 census and total area of the city is 19.71 sq.kms. The ULB has Received prize from Govt. of Karnataka in 1997-98.    


 Sagar is a taluk head quarter in Shimoga District, located on the Bangalore-Honnavar national highway no: 206 at a distance of 70 kms away from Shimoga. It is the third largest urban center in the district . The major roads links Sorab and Hosanagar towns and Shimoga-Talaguppa broad-gauge railway line passes through heart of the city, various subdivisional offices of state government departments are located at Sagar. Sagar City Municipality is in charge of local administration.

     Sagar is a multifunctional city, the functional category being trade and commerce-cum-industry-cum services. The town is surrounded by forest lands with trees like teak, sandalwood, honne, mathi, bogi etc., Sagar is an important trading center for areca nut and pepper. An APMC is functioning in the town. Places of historic and tourist importance like keladi and Ikkeri are located very near to the city.                                                                                                                                                                                More details:

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Jog Falls :The most thrilling spectacle in the entire western region of Karnataka are the world famous Jog Falls.   It is Situated on the borders of Shimoga and North Kanara ,30 Kms from this city. The wondrous sight is that of river Sharavathi taking a spectacular leap into the chasm from a height of 900 feet to from the highest waterfalls in India. The river Sharavathi hurtles in 4 distinct cascades. The first of these falls is known as the 'Raja' - the grandest, an unbroken sheet of water, the Raja plunges into the vapor shrouded poll 900 feet below. A few 100 feet way down, with a thunderous gush, Raja is joined by 'Roarer'. Leaping down with great speed in a series of cascades in the 'Rocket'. And gliding away in a feminine grace ,'Rani'. The effect is greatly heightened by the wild and beautiful region around which is covered with a wealth of luxuriant vegetation. The steps cut into rocks will lead you to the very depths of the fall and shower you with vaporous spray that bounces off these rocks.

Around Jog :  There is also the splendid view of the Linganamakki dam, which is 1819 feet above sea level built across the river Sharavathi. This dam is the main feeder reservoir of the Mahatma Gandhi Hydroelectric project.Transport : The place is well connected by rail and road from Shimoga city and number of government & private buses ply between Shimoga and Jog Falls.   

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