Tadepalli is a Municipality in Guntur district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The town lies on the south bank of the Krishna waterway and is the home office of Tadepalle mandal of Guntur income division. It lies in Andhra Pradesh Capital Region and a little segment of the town is a piece of the state capital, Amaravati. It has a normal height of 6 meters 22 feet. Add up to region contains slope zone and farming grounds. Buckingham channel Flows from north to south in the locale. District contains old modern terrains, has a place with EID repel organization and concrete manufacturing plant which are not being utilized for any reason.
The town has an aggregate street length of 107.41 km 66.74 mi. APSRTC runs transports from Amaravathi and Vijayawada through this town. The railroad station is named as Krishna Canal. It is an intersection for Guntur and the Vijayawada divisions. The essential training in the town is conferred by methods for grade schools and for optional instruction is offered by schools like, Zilla Parishad High School and Ramakrishna Mission High School. It has no striking junior and expert universities, for which the understudies rely upon the adjacent city of Vijayawada.