Sudogda is a town and the authoritative focus of Sudogodsky District in Vladimir Oblast, Russia, situated on the left bank of the Sudogda River Klyazma's tributary 40 kilometers southeast of Vladimir, the managerial focal point of the oblast. The Sudogda River is a stream in the Vladimir Oblast of Russia, a correct tributary of the Klyazma. The Sudogda emerges close to the town Lazarevka in the south of the oblast and exhausts into the Klyazma close to the town of Spas-Kupalische.
The stream is lush, the shore comprises to a great extent of knolls and marshes, especially upstream. The general heading of stream is north. On the stream are the towns of Sudogda and Muromtsevo and various towns, and in the past a few little hydropower plants. Inside the system of regulatory divisions, Sudogda fills in as the managerial focal point of Sudogodsky District, to which it is specifically subordinated. As a civil division, the town of Sudogda is consolidated inside Sudogodsky Municipal District as Sudogda Urban Settlement.