|Elevation||152 m (499 ft)|
|Time zone||IST (UTC+5:30)|
Yerraguntla is a town in Kadapa district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. It is located in Yerraguntla mandal of Kadapa revenue division. The industrial town is home to many cement factories and Rayalaseema Thermal Power Plant. Yerraguntla is located 37 km (23 mi) from Kadapa.
Yerraguntla is located at  It has an average elevation of 152 meters (501 feet). Yerraguntla is also famous for stones, which is used for houses flooring and construction of houses. Yerraguntla is driven by mining of these stones and transportation of these stones. Yerraguntla has good number of stone polish industries, and three major cement factories India Cements, Zuari Cements and Bharati Cements..
As of 2011[update] Census of India, the town had a population of 32,574. The total population constitute, 16,558 males, 16,016 females and 3,754 children, in the age group of 0–6 years. The average literacy rate stands at 70.56% with 20,334 literates, lower than the national average of 73.00%.
Yerraguntla railway station is located on the Guntakal-Chennai line which is part of Mumbai-Chennai line. A new railway line has been laid from Yerraguntla as a junction connecting places like Proddatur, Jammalamadugu and Nandyal. Yerraguntla railway station comes under the jurisdiction of Guntakal division. It is one of the 'D' Category Railway Stations of Guntakal Railway Division. All trains passing through Yerraguntla halt in this station.
Yerraguntla Nagar Panchayat is the civic administrative body of the town which was constituted in the year 2012.
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- "Municipalities, Municipal Corporations & UDAs" (PDF). Directorate of Town and Country Planning. Government of Andhra Pradesh. Archived from the original (PDF) on 28 January 2016. Retrieved 28 January 2016.
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