Sragen Regency

Sragen Regency is regency in Central Java Province. Its capital is located in Sragen, 30 km from Surakarta City. The regency is bordered by Grobogan Regency in the north, Ngawi regency (East Java) in the east, Karanganyar regency in the south, and Boyolali regency in the west. This district is known as "Bumi Sukowati" [2], a name used since the reign of the Kingdom (Kasunanan) of Surakarta. The name of Sragen is used because the center of government is in Sragen. The motto of this regency is Sragen ASRI (Aman (Safe), Sehat (Healthy), Rapi (Neat), and Indah (Beautiful))

The anniversary of Sragen regency was stipulated by Local Regulation No. 4/1987 on Tuesday, May 27, 1746. The date and time were from the research result and the study on the historical facts, when Pangeran Mangkubumi later became Sri Sultan Hamengku Buwono - he stacked the first milestone to fight against the Dutch towards a sovereign nation by forming a local Government in Pandak Village, Karangnongko located in the eastern part of Sukowati.


Pangeran Mangkubumi's younger brother from Sunan Pakubuwono II in Mataram hated the Dutch Colonialists for the Dutch too much interfering Mataram as a sovereign Government. Therefore with a burning determination, the young nobleman escaped from the palace and declared war with the Dutch. In the history of the battle, it was called Mangkubumen War (1746 - 1757).


In his war, the Young Prince with his troops from the Palace moved through the Villages of Cemara, Tingkir, Wonosari, Karangsari, Ngerang, Butuh, and Guyang. Then continue the trip to Pandak Village, Karangnongko, and Sukowati region.


In this village, Prince Mangkubumi founded a Rebellion Government. Pandak Village, Karangnongko became Projo Sukowati the center Government, and he inaugurated his name became Pangeran Sukowati and also assigned some government officials. Because it was geographically located on the side road of Surakarta – Madiun and passed through by the Dutch army, the center of Government was considered less secure. Then since 1746, it was moved to Gebang Village which is located on the southeast of Pandak Karangnongko Village. 

Since then, Pangeran Sukowati has expanded his reign territory including Krikilan, Pakis, Jati, Prampalan, Mojoroto, Celep, Jurangjero, Grompol, Kaliwuluh, Jumbleng, Lajersari and other villages. As the increase of his reign territory and troops, Pangeran Sukowati continued to fight against the Dutch Company together with his brother Raden Mas Said, which ended with the Agreement of Giyanti in 1755. The Agreement of Giyanti is also known as Palihan Negari Agreement, namely Surakarta and Yogyakarta Sultanate, where Pangeran Sukowati became the 1st Sultan of Hamengku Buwono and in Salatiga Agreement in 1757, where Raden Mas Said was assigned to be Adipati Mangkunegara I by getting half of Kasunanan Surakarta territory.


Furthermore, since October 12, 1840 based on the Decree of Sunan Paku Buwono VII Serat Angger Angger Gunung is appointed to be Tundan Post the for it is a strategic area to maintain order and the security of goods and letters as well as the repair of roads and bridges, one of them is Tundan Sragen Post.


The next development was done on 5 June 1847 by Sunan Paku Buwono VIII with the approval of Resident of Surakarta Baron de Geer and the power of doing the duty of police so that is why it is  called Regency of Mount of Pulisi Sragen. Then based on Staatsblaad No 32/1854, then every Regency of Mount Pulisi set a Regency Court, where Regent of Pulisi become the Chairman and assisted by Kliwon, Panewu, Rangga and Kaum.


Since 1869, the District of Pulisi Sragen has 4 (four) districts, namely Sragen District, Grompol District, Sambungmacan District and Majenang District. Furthermore, since Sunan Paku Buwono VIII and so forth, the reforms were held continuously in the field of Government. Eventually the District of Mount Pulisi Sragen refined into Pangreh Praja District. This change was set in the Government era of Paku Buwono X, Rijkblaad No. 23/1918, where the Pangreh Praja District as an Autonomous Region executed the rule of law and Government.


And finally in the Independence Period of the Government of the Republic of Indonesia, Pangreh Praja Sragen Regency became the Regional Government of Sragen Regency.



The total area of ​​Sragen regency is 941.55 km2 which is divided into 20 sub districts, 8 urban villages and 200 villages. Physiologically, Sragen Regency is divided into 40,037.93 Ha (42.52%) wetland and 54,117.88 Ha (57.48%) of dry land. Sragen Regency is located at 7 º 15 LS and 7 º 30 LS, 110 º 45 BT AND 111 º 10 BT. Sragen Regency is located on the plains with an average elevation of 109 M above sea level. Sragen has a tropical climate with daily temperatures ranging from 19 - 31ºC. Rainfall on the average is below 3000mm per year with rainy days below 150 days per year. Total Area: 94.155 Ha, Rice field area: 40.129 Ha, dry land: 54,026 Ha. Sragen regency is divided into 2 regions, namely:

a. Southern of Bengawan Solo:

- Total Area : 32,760 ha (34,79%)

- Wetland : 22,027 ha (54,85%)

- (9 Sub-districts, 88 Villages & Urban Villages)

b. Northern of Bengawan Solo:

- Total Area : 61,395 ha (65.21%)

- Wetland : 18.102 ha (45.15%)

- (11 Sub-districts & 120 Villages)



Sragen Regency consists of 20 sub districts, with 208 villages and urban villages. The administrative center is located in Sragen Sub district. The sub districts of Sragen Regency are: Gemolong, Gesi, Gondang, Jenar, Kalijambe, Karangmalang, Kedawung, Masaran, Miri, Mondokan, Ngrampal, Plupuh, Sambirejo, Sambungmacan, Sidoharjo, Sragen, Sukodono, Sumberlawang, Tangen and Tanon.



The number of residents in Sragen regency in 2015 was 879,030 inhabitants with 430,720 male and 448,310 female population. The sex ratio between men and women in Sragen regency was 0.96 with a population density of 929 people per km 2.



The number of schools in Sragen Regency is 577 schools with 556 public schools and 21 private schools. The amount is the total number of schools from elementary school age (SD), Junior High School (SMP) and High School (SMA). The number of elementary school teachers in Sragen regency is 79,269 people, 36,366 for junior high school, 8,703 high schools and 1827 for vocational high school.



Award obtained by Pemkab Sragen (Regency Administration of Sragen):

1. Manggala Karya Kencana in 2003 from National Family Planning Board (BKKBN) Jakarta

2. Wahana Tata Nugraha in 2003

3. People Care for Poverty Reduction in Sragen

4. The Best Regent for Provincial Forestry Care from the Ministry of Forestry in 2003

5. Citra Pelayanan Prima in 2004

6. Satya Abdi Praja from the Governor of Central Java in 2004

7. Satya Lencana Wira Karya from the President of Republic Indonesia in 2004

8. Bhakti Cooperative / SME Award from Minister of Cooperatives / UKM in 2004

9. Award from Bank Indonesia for the Development of MSME in 2004

10. National Food Security Award from the President of the Republic of Indonesia in 2004

11. 3rd Winner of Central Java Investment District in 2004

12. Regional Strengthening Regional Food Enforcement Awards / Regions in 2004

13. Adipura Award in 2004

14. Award of Wahana Tata Nugraha in 2004

15. Best Practice Module from LPM UNS written in the book of Local Government Reform

16. Best Practice Module from JPIP Surabaya

17. Best Practice Module from JICA Japan and made the film circulated to all districts in Indonesia

18. It was recommended by ADB and IFC as an example of the DTL model and a handbook on OSS was circulated to various districts / cities in Indonesia

19. Certificate of ISO 9001 - 2000 / SNI 19-9001: 2001 from Sucofindo International Certification Service to KPT

20. Autonomy Award for Public Service Administration from JPIP Surabaya

21. Model Pilot implementation of One Door Service System (OSS) from BKKSI

22. Maporina Award in 2005 Category Regional Development for the Development of Organic Agriculture in Indonesia

23. Regency of Central Java Investment Pro Level in 2005

24. Wahana Tata Nugraha Award from the President of the Republic of Indonesia in 2005

25. Adipura Award in 2005

26. Award of Leadership Award from  Ministry of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform Category Leader of Nation in Area in 2006

27. Wahana Tata Nugraha in 2006

28. Suara Merdeka Autonomy Award in 2006

29. Adipura Award in 2006

30. Award of Autonomy Award in 2006 Distinguish Category Region in a leading Profile on Smart Administrative for political Prosecc from Jawa Pos

31. ISO 9001: 2000 certificate

32. Leadership Award in 2006 Category High Achievement Field of Innovation & Development of Ministry of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform 

33. E-Gov Economic News Award in 2006

34. National P3A and GP3A Competition Award in 2006

35. Citra Bhakti Abdi Negara Award from the President as District Government that has successfully improved the quality of Public Service in 2006

36. Citra Pelopor Innovation Excellent Service Award in 2006 from  Ministry of Administrative and Bureaucratic Reform

37. The First Level of Parahita Ekapraya Award in the field of Gender Equality and Justice in 2006

38. Public Works Award the best performance ranked first in 2006 Rural Areas Development Sector from Ministry of Public Works

39. Competition of 9 Year Compulsory Basic Competition, Plenary Complete Category of Central Java in 2006

40. The award of the Central Java Group of Fisheries in 2006

41. Satya Lencana Wirakarya Award in 2007 as the highest award given by the President of RI on the success of Family Planning Program

42. Pakarti Utama Award as the best implementer of Healthy Clean Competition at National Level

43. Best District Example Award in Single Door Service Integrated in 2007 from Home Affairs Minister

44. Best of The Best Warta Economic Award in 2007 as E-Gov Applied Agency

45. Best Registrar / City Service Provider Award One Best Door and Best Foreign Investment Company / PMDN in 2007 from President RI

46. Innovative Government Award Category Management Innovation Management Local Government in 2007 from Home Affairs Minister

47. Anugerah Adipura as the Best Cities Category in Urban Environment Management for Small Town Category in 2007 from the President of RI

48. Anugerah Parahita Ekapraya Madya level from the Minister of Women Empowerment in 2007

49. Grand Award of Karya Samya from Bukopin / Kadin Award in 2007

50. The award of Wahana Tata Nugraha in 2007

51. Pilot District National Traffic Order in 2007

52. Innovator Award One Roof Service And A Good Governance in 2008 From Indonesian Press Society

53. Manggala Karya Kencana Award in 2008 in Family Planning from the Central Government

54. Adipura Kencana Award in 2008

55. The Best E-Government Award in 2008

56. Best Of The Best E-Government Award in Indonesia in 2008

57. National Award on Health in the form of Knight Bhakti Husada and Manggala Bhakti Husada in 2008

58. An Innovative Government Award from the Minister of Home Affairs in 2008

59. Award from Indonesian Journalist Association in the Framework of National Press Day in 2008

60. Award of Wahana Tata Nugraha in 2008

61. Best One Doors Service Award from Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM) in 2008

62. Adipura Kencana Award in 2009

63. Posyandu Parade Awards MURI Record in 2009

64. Pioneer of Local Product Use from BARRINDO AWARD in 2009

65. Responsive Regency Award from adopting R & D Technology from Ministry of Agriculture in 2009

66. Award as the First National Forestry Regent of the Year 2009

67. The awarding of MDGS Award Leadership from Minister for People’s Welfare in 2009

68. 2nd Winner of Healthy PDAM (Water Utilities) Competition at Provincial Level (2007-2009)

69. Agro Inovation Award from the Ministry of Agriculture in 2009

70. AWARD PERPAMSI national award in 2009

71. PARAMADINA AWARDS Award for Implementation of Information Technology and Public Service

72. Anugerah Sikompak from the Ministry of Home Affairs in 2010

73. Adipura 7th Award in 2010

74. Pakarti Utama I Award, National Award of Clean and Healthy Behavior in 2010 by PKK

75. Paramadina Utama Award in 2010, Highest Prize in Cooperatives by Minister of Cooperatives and UKM RI

76. Indonesia Open Source Award in 2010 by three ministries, Minister of Communication Research and Technology

77. Award from Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayib Erdogan to SBBS for 6 Medals

78. ANUGERAH RISTEK Award in 2010 from  Ministry of Administrative and Bureaucratic and Social Minister

79. 2nd Winner of Indonesia Open Source Award IOSA in 2010

80. Indonesian ICT Award Winner INAICTA in 2011

81. ICTPura Utama Awards in 2011

82. Nominees AICTA in 2012

83. IDSA's Diamond Champion Award in 2013

84. IDSA Winner in 2014

85. Winner of Indonesia Digital Economy Award (IDEA) in 2016




a. Batik

Batik is one of the traditional handicrafts that became the superior product of Sragen regency. Currently there are 12.000 workers in batik, 44 show room facilities and 2 art galleries which mostly spread in Kliwonan Village, Pilang and Sidodadi which located in Masaran Sub district.


Some other workers in batik live in the village of Gedongan, Jabung District Plupuh and Kalijambe sub district. The batik industry in Sragen reaches 82 units with a production capacity of more than 69,000 score / year.



b. Garut Cultivation

Garut plant is a type of tuber plants that contain lots of carbohydrates and can be used as an alternative food source. Garut plantation land in Sragen regency covers 385 hectares in the sub districts of Gesi, Sukodono, and Jenar. Production capacity of this arrowroot cultivation is about 8 tons / hectare or 3080 tons per harvest. While the production capacity of arrowroot in the form of tuber of 360ton / year, garut flour 72 tons / year and garut chips of 36 tons / year.


Garut plants, has been proclaimed by the Government as one of the commodities that prioritized to be developed / cultivated because it has the potential as a substitute for wheat flour. As well as in Sragen regency, by the issuance of Decree of Bupati of Sragen Number 500/113/03/2003 about the determination of arrowroot as one of superior product of Sragen, garut is developed intensively from cultivation, post harvest, processing, packaging to marketing. At present, Garut processed products become a breakthrough in Ngawi, Madiun, Semarang, Solo, Yogyakarta markets.


c. The Development of Fruit Plants

Fruit plants that can be developed in the area of ​​Sragen include Citrus (citrus sinensis), Big Citrus (citrus celebia), Dragon Fruit and Longan. The cultivation results of big citrus are very promising. The developer areas are Plupuh and Kalijambe Sub districts. In the village of Wonorejo, Kalijambe there are approximately 30 farmers who have developed this plant while in Keden village there are 132 farmers.


The Big Orange is also developed in the village of Bukuran, Kalijambe with a land area of ​​50 Ha. This of course brings investment opportunities for investors for further development. Based on data from the Central Bureau of Statistics (BPS), the diversity of export-import of fruits in Indonesia in the last five years is less encouraging. It is because the surge of fruit imports is not equal with the exports. Along with population growth, it is estimated that orange imports may increase if it is not equal with the expansion of crops.


Besides oranges, plants that have good opportunities and prospects for development in Sragen are longan. Currently there is no orange and longan plantation in Sragen regency; even in Central Java province the production level for both types of fruit is still poor. In 2001, the amount of citrus production in Central Java only reached 12% of orange production in Indonesia.





Sragen is one of the districts in Central Java Province which is directly adjacent to East Java Province. Thus, Sragen regency is the gateway to enter Central Java from the east. Sragen regency is often referred as "Tlatah Sukowati" which has an area of ​​941.55 sq km, with topography as follows: Bengawan Solo river, which is the longest river in Java Island, is located in the middle part of the area; The southern part is part of the slope of Mount Lawu; The north is part of the Kendeng Mountains; And the west is a very famous area called "Sangiran Dome".


Sangiran is located in Krikilan Village, Kalijambe Sub district or about 40 km from Sragen or about 17 km from Solo. Sangiran Dome keeps tens of thousands of fossils from the Pleistocene or about 2 million years ago. These ancient fossils were 65 percent of ancient hominid fossils in Indonesia and 50 percent from worldwide; to date 2,931 out of 13,685 fossils have been kept in the Museum, the rest of which are stored in storage warehouses.


Sangiran as "World Heritage List" or World Cultural Heritage, the museum has facilities in such as exhibition space or human fossils, ancient animals, laboratories, fossil warehouses, slide rooms and Sangiran souvenir kiosks. The Sangiran privilege, based on the research of geologists in ancient times, is a stretch of the ocean. Due to geological processes and due to natural disasters eruption of Mount Lawu, Mount Merapi, and Mount Merbabu, Sangiran became a mainland. It is shown that the layers of soil forming Sangiran region are very different from the soil layer elsewhere. Each of these layers of land is found by fossils by type and time. For example, many Marine Fisher fossils are found in the lowest layer of soil, which used to be an ocean.


"Sangiran Dome" or Sangiran Area has an area along the stretch of north-south along the nine km. West-east along the seven km. It is included in four districts or about 59.3 Km square. The Fossil Findings in 'Sangiran Dome' are collected and stored at the Sangiran Museum.


Fossil findings in Sangiran for the Hominid Purba type or supposed as the origin of human evolution, there are 50 species or individuals. For the fossils found in Sangiran area are 50 percent of the world's fossil findings and other 65 percent of the findings in Indonesia.


Therefore, at its 20th session of the World Cultural Heritage Commission in Marida City, Mexico on December 5, 1996, Sangiran was designated as one of the "World Heritage List" Number: 593.


Kedung Ombo Reservoir

Kedung Ombo Reservoir is such an adventurous paradise. Kedung Ombo Reservoir is a gigantic dam of 6,576 hectares and occupies in three regency areas, namely Sragen Regency, Boyolali Regency, and Grobogan Regency. The reservoir that stems five rivers consists of 2,830 hectares of water area and 3,746 hectares of non-flooded land.


The location of Kedung Ombo Reservoir, as one of the mainstay spots in Sragen, is located in Sumberlawang Sub district, about 30 km from the city center. Besides seeing the beautiful scenery, visitors Kedung Ombo Reservoir can also enjoy the water tour, ride a motor boat to visit the islands emerged in the middle of the reservoir. If you like to fish or to eat grilled fish, do not worry, you can find a fishing spot and some stalls selling various processed foods made from fish. When you are in the parking lot, the aroma of grilled or fried fish directly pervaded, inviting the appetite.


In the area of Kedung Ombo Reservoir, in the village of Ngargotirto to be exact, a racetrack with a runway along 600 meters has been built. The racetrack, named Nyi Ageng Serang, is a miniature of the Pulo Mas horse racing field in Jakarta. In December 2006, it was held a national horse race championship at the location to win the trophy of the Governor of Central Java.


The potential development of the tourist attraction is to increase home stay that become one with the house of the residents, so that tourists can stay longer in the area Kedung Ombo Reservoir. The existence of home stay makes tourists can see closely the daily life of the community, and even know how to live like a local resident for some time.


Investment can also be done in the land fishery sector by applying the karamba method and the availability of floating restaurant. On the banks around the reservoir, it also a suitable place for developing the agribusiness of fruits and vegetables. Because it is close to the water source taken from the reservoir, the water quality of the reservoir is also clean from the pollutants.


If you want to run in the tourism business seriously, investors can develop an integrated tourism complex in Kedung Ombo. Investors can take advantage of the available water attractions, karamba and floating restaurants, and racetrack, while they can also build the agribusiness tourism, safari parks, golf courses, and a cable car to enjoy the view of the complex Kedungombo from a height. When this integrated tourism complex is able to be realized, visitors will surely get an impressive, unique, and missed adventure.


Hyang Tirto Nirmolo

The Bayanan hot spring resort is a former retreat for the wealthy Dutch colonial people built in 1808 by Mr. Praul, one of the foremost Dutch traders of the time. After being under the reign of the government of Indonesia, in 1978, Bayanan hot spring bath was renovated. A year later, Bayanan hot spring was inaugurated as a tourist attraction and under the management of Level II Region of Sragen Regency (Pemkab Dati II Sragen).


However, the myths believed by the villagers around the hot springs mentioned that the hot springs were guarded by magical beings with magical power. The creature is called Hyang Tirto Nirmolo and likes to help heal the sick.


The locals stated that itch/ sore, fatigue after work hard can be healed and refreshed after bathing with Bayanan water. Therefore, a small house was built at the location in order to hold traditional ceremonies. In the building, which is now considered as a sacred place, is used to hold a ceremony to celebrate the harvest routinely. The hereditary tradition usually takes place on Friday Legi in the Javanese calendar.


Through a scientific investigation, it is known that the heat and the substances of the water come from the magma (geothermal) that touches the deep groundwater source and to the surface of a hot spring. The heat of the hot spring is about 44 degrees Celsius, and it becomes about 36 degrees Celsius after in the bath tub. It suits to human body temperature, so it will feel good and comfortable to bathe. The investigation conducted by Volcano Investigation and Technology Development Institution (BPPTK) Yogyakarta shows that there are many chemical elements / compounds contained in Bayanan Hot Spring, sulfur is one of them.






1. Sangiran Education Tour Development

a. Background

The development of Sangiran management as the goal of International Primary Human Education and Research, the center of science on the development of earth's history and the evolution of human beings and animals, domestic and foreign tourist destinations for Tourists and Intellectual Service Centers. At current time, the number of tourists who visits Sangiran is up to 315,000 people per year, and is expected to rise with the development of this tour.



b. Project Scope

The development of traditional community-based tourist destination areas can be managed in an integrated manner by the Sangiran Archaeological Museum. The opportunities that can be offered are resort development, water tourism, children playground, flying fox, tour packages (Prehistoric Tour), archaeological park, culinary tour, etc.


c. Location

Sangiran Museum is located in the village of Krikilan, Kalijambe Sub district. Potential developed area of ​​± 56 ha includes 3 sub districts, namely Kalijambe, Gemolong and Plupuh Sub-districts.


d. Financial Aspect

Estimated investment value: Rp. 25 Billion


e. Investment Scheme

100% private investment


f. Supporting Infrastructure

It is supported by a good condition quality of road infrastructure. It can be reached by land route from Adi Sumarmo Airport, Solo ± 17 km to the north to Kalijambe or through Semarang-Purwodadi-Kalijambe, Surabaya-Sragen-Kalijambe or Yogyakarta-Solo-Kalijambe. It will pass through Solo - Kertosono (SOKER) toll road with a length of 179 km (part of Trans Java Toll Road network) with 3 routes: Colomadu-Karangnyar, Karanganyar-Saradan and Saradan-Kertosono.


g. Contact Person

Atikah Yuliana

Head of Sub Division of Planning and Promotion

Board of Integrated Licensing and Investment of Sragen Regency (BPTPM Sragen)

Address : Jl. Raya Sukowati No. 255 Sragen

Tel / Fax : +62271 - 892348 / +62271 - 894433

Mobile : +62817445450

Email : / /



2. The Development of Betisrejo Organic Tourism Village

a. Background

The villagers’ effort in preserving the naturalness of the village and the lifestyle trend to return to the nature, making three villages in the district Sambirejo, namely Jambeyan, Djetis and Sukorejo (abbreviated Betisrejo) is categorized as a Tourism Village Organic-based society that is able to attract tourists either domestic or foreign to visit. At this present time, there are 605 organic farming groups and 289 organic fertilizer producers with 11,752.63 tons / year of production which is ready to support the development in Betisrejo. Other supporting facilities are Gebyar Reservoir, Kyai Srenggi Campground, Gunung Tunggangan Wildlife Park, Banyanan Hot Water Tour and Ngunut. For tourists available ± 25 home stay in Jetis Village and 30 home stay in Sukorejo Village. In addition to integrated organic farming and livestock in the village with a population of 2,697 inhabitants, now they developed fruit trees like durian, bark, rambutan, mango and dragon fruit, so the next 5-10 years, Betisrejo is expected to be the fruits center in Sragen.


b. Project Scope

Different types of businesses that can be done such as the construction of a home stay, hot water spa, a mini tourist village, village restaurants, travel packages organic (agricultural education, history and culture, health and adventure), agribusiness and food processing (cassava chips, tape, getuk, potato cakes, herbs, etc.), development of animal husbandry, fishery, plantation, livestock waste treatment and mix farming and the construction of tourist facilities (flying fox, outbound, floating boat, souvenir stalls, etc.).


c. Location

Betisrejo Organic Tourism Village is located ± 20 km south of Sragen regency center, North side at the foot of Lawu Mountain and can be reached ± 40 minutes by private vehicle / bus. Development area of Betisrejo Organic Tourism Village covering an area of ​​1589.28 ha, it is divided by Sukorejo Village over 412.08 hectares, Jambeyan 759.55 hectares and Jetis 417.65 Ha. The land belongs to the community.


d. Financial Aspect

Estimated value of investment: Rp. 30 Billion


e. Investment Scheme

100% private investment


f. Supporting Infrastructure

It is supported by good condition quality of road infrastructure. It can be reached by road from Adi Sumarmo Airport, Solo ± 17 km to the north to Kalijambe or through Semarang-Purwodadi-Kalijambe, Surabaya-Sragen-Kalijambe or Yogyakarta-Solo-Kalijambe. It will pass through Solo - Kertosono (SOKER) toll road with a length of 179 km (part of Trans Java Toll Road network) with 3 segments: Colomadu-Karangnyar, Karanganyar-Saradan and Saradan-Kertosono.


g. Contact Person

Atikah Yuliana

Head of Sub Division of Planning and Promotion

Board of Integrated Licensing and Investment of Sragen Regency (BPTPM Sragen)

Address :Jl. Raya Sukowati No. 255 Sragen

Tel / Fax : +62271 - 892348 / +62271 - 894433

Mobile : +62817445450

Email : / /


3. The Expansion of Water Distribution Network of PDAM (Water Utilities) Tirto Negoro

a. Background

PDAM Tirto Negoro is located at Jl. Ronggo-warsito No. 18 Sragen. It can be said that it grows quite rapidly. Since 1985 until 2014, it has had 53,805 active customers of with more than 15.3 million m3 on the production and distribution. For the customer service, PDAM is supported by 33 well pumps capable of producing 685 liters / sec from the 838 liter / sec source capacity. Meanwhile, the 25 existing reservoirs have a capacity of 6.146 m3. Nevertheless, PDAM Tirto Negoro has not been able to supply all sub-districts so that it is still working to expand its distribution network to meet its coverage in the 20 sub-districts.


b. Project Scope

Expansion of distribution network by utilizing raw water source from Kedung Ombo Reservoir to serve 3 districts (from 20 sub districts) that have not been served by PDAM namely Miri, Tangen and Jenar Sub districts.


c. Location

Sragen Regency


d. Financial Aspect

Estimated investment value: Rp. 20 Billion


e. Investment Scheme

Cooperation with PDAM Tirto Negoro (B to B)


f. Contact Person

Atikah Yuliana

Head of Sub Division of Planning and Promotion

Board of Integrated Licensing and Investment of Sragen Regency (BPTPM Sragen)

Address : Jl. Raya Sukowati No. 255 Sragen

Tel / Fax : +62271 - 892348 / +62271 - 894433

Mobile : +62817445450

Email : / /

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