Munneru (Telugu: మున్నేరు ) is a left tributary of Krishna river. It originates in Warangal District of Andhra Pradesh, India and flows in the districts of Khammam District and Krishna District.
It flows through Dornakal Eru and comes via Kamanchkal to Danavaigudam suburb of Khammam town where it has a small Dam in order to facilitate water collection. Munneru acts as a water source to Khammam town. It goes through ManchiKanti Nagar,Kalavoddu , Moti Nagar, Prakash Nagar and Dhamsalampuram suburbs of Khammam town. It reaches Chinna Mandava and Lingala villages of Krishna District . It flows into Penuganchiprolu town,Keesara village and finally discharges into the Krishna river at Eturu village near Nandigama
There is a Water bridge constructed across Munneru to allow the flow of Nagarjunsagar water to Khammam town and other locations in Khammam district . Added to that Khammam has one old bridge for regular vehicles while heavy vehicles go through the new bridge .
Construction has started on a newer bridge to connect Nelakondapalli and Kodad to Khammam via Prakashnagar. This bridge would save the distance of travel and also would help easy flow of munneru river .
Excess rainfall in Mahabubabad , Dornakal and other regions along with Khammam causes regular floods on Munneru river. 2013 has seen the over flow of Munneru river. This lead to a plan for building flood bank along the river bank.
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