Location of Marsabit County in Kenya
|Formed||March 4, 2013|
|o Governor||Mohammud Ali|
|o Total||66,923.1 km2 (25,839.2 sq mi)|
|o Density||6.9/km2 (18/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+3 (EAT)|
Marsabit County (up to 2010 Marsabit District) is a county of Kenya. Covering a surface area of 66.923,1 square kilometres Marsabit is the largest county in Kenya. Its capital is Marsabit and its largest town Moyale. According to the 2019 census, the county has a population of 459,785. It is bordered to the North by Ethiopia, to the West by Turkana County to the South by Samburu County and Isiolo County, and to the East by Wajir County.
The county is located in northern Kenya. It borders the eastern shore of Lake Turkana. Important topographical features are: Ol Donyo Ranges (2,066m) in the southwest, Mount Marsabit (1,865m) in the central part of the county, Hurri Hills (1,685m) in the northeastern part of the county, Mount Kulal (2,235m) in the northwest and the mountains around Sololo-Moyale escarpment (up to 1,400m) in the northeast. The Chalbi Desert makes up much of the center region of the county.
|Constituencies of Marsabit County|
|Map||Constituency Name||Constituency No.||Approximate Population (2009)||Area in km2|
Marsabit County is divided into six administrative divisions:
|North Horr||23,539||2,343||North Horr|
|* 1999 census. Sources:,,|
|Urban Centre||2019 Population|