Miryalguda is 1st Grade municipality in Nalgonda district. The population as per 2011 census is 1,09,891 inclusion of (3)GPs partly through GOMs.No. 114 dt. 25.3.2013 MA&UD (1.Nandipahad Gram Panchayat with remaining villages Nandipahad Camp and Ravinder nagar, 2.FCI Colony (Outside Railway track) of Venkatadripalem Gram panchayat and 3.Indiramma Colony (Hydalapuram) of Gudur Gram panchayat) vide Gand its extent is 28.36 Sq. Km. Miryalguda is situated 145Km away from state capital of AP I.e., Hyderabad and connected to NH 9 at Nakre
kal – 41Km away. It is situated 45 Kms away from Dist. Head Quarters Viz., Nalgonda. It is connected by Broad guage Railway line Bibinagar-Nadikudi. It is connected to Guntur Dist. by road bridge over Krishna river at Wadapally. The town is connected by road to Kakinada, Badrachalam, Sreesailam and Tirupathi etc.
The town is Industrially developed and having about 40 Nos. Parboiled rice mills, beside number of Oil Mills and small scale Industries. It is an agricultural center for Paddy and Groundnut being situated under Command area of Nagarjuna Sagar project left Canal. It is an Educational center having 2 Nos. of Arts and Science Degree Colleges 8Nos. of Junior Colleges and 20 No of High Schools and 50 Primary Schools. There are number of Government Offices in the town like Revenue Divisional Office, E.E. Panchayatiraj and R&B, Divisional Engineer A.P.Transco and 7Nos. of Theatres are in existence.
Miryalguda is famous trading Center in rice. The town is famous for parboiled Rice mills. There are 40 Nos. Parboiled Rice Mills in the town and good number of Educational Institutions including Arts & Science Colleges. Temples at Wadapally also attract tourists to Miryalguda. The River Krishna is passing by the side of Wadapally Village, which is 24 Kms. away from the town. The Wadapally is famous for Lord Siva Temple and Lord Laxminarsimha Temple. Recently one Bridge across River Krishna has been constructed at Wadapally and by which a distance of 90 Kms. is reduced between Hyderabad and Madras via Miryalguda and due to which the vehicular traffic is increased heavily. Hence there is dire necessity to improve existing facilities of the town.
The climate of the town is characterized by hot summer and generally dry except during the South West monsoon Season. The average annual rainfall of the town is 776 mm per annum, which is less than average rainfall in Nalgonda District. About 70% of the annual rainfall received during the South West monsoon Season. September being the rainiest month, December is the coldest month with the mean daily maximum temp at about 440 C, and mean daily minimum at about 150 C May is the hottest month. It exceeds 440 C and above during May or June prior to the onset of the monsoon. The soil in and around the town is mainly red soils.