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Pavlodar

Business and cultural center of the region

Pavlodar
  • Population

    335 185

  • Average salary

    394

  • Number of irrigated land is

    1 hectare

Region description

Pavlodar city located in northeastern Kazakhstan, 450 km northeast of the capital, Nur-Sultan, and 405 km southeast of the Russian Omsk city on the Irtysh River, is the administrative center of Pavlodar region. In physico-geographical terms, Pavlodar is located on the West Siberian Plain.

The territory of Pavlodar is 267 sq. km. The population of the city in 2017 was 335,185 inhabitants.

Pavlodar today is one of the largest industrial centers of Kazakhstan. There are 4800 enterprises of various sectoral orientation: engineering, building, energy, chemical industry, metallurgy; refineries are working at the plants. In addition, 7 000 small and medium businesses produce food and consumer goods. Since 2003, the freight shipping company has been resumed on the Irtysh River.

  • Land resources (vacant land, soil features)

    Area of the city: 400 square km
    Total area of industrial districts of Pavlodar: Northern – 15000.0 ha;
    Available vacant sites in the Northern industrial zone with an area of 95.0 ha.
    Central – 1100.0 ha;
    East – 5100.0 ha.

Zhelezinsky District

Manufacturing industry, Agricultural products processing.

Zhelezinsky District
  • Population

    16 200

  • Average salary

    394

  • Number of irrigated land is

    358 500 ha

Region description

Zhelezinsky district is located in the northern part of Pavlodar region. The area of 7.6 thousand km ². From the north it borders with the Omsk region, from the north-east - with the Novosibirsk region, from the south - with the Kachira region, from the east the region is separated by the Irtysh river from the Irtysh district of the Pavlodar region. The administrative center is Zhelezinka village, located 188 km from the city of Pavlodar, 220 km from the city of Omsk, 58 km from the Valikhanovo railway station. The total area of land in the region is 766.7 thousand hectares, including agricultural land 358.5 thousand hectares (of which arable land is 173.6 thousand hectares, pasture-99.1 thousand hectares).

  • Deposit

    Minerals in the area are represented by deposits:

    • salt

    The salt deposit is located in the Mikhailovsky rural district.

    • clay for the production of bricks, tiles

    Clay deposits in Bashmachinsky, Mikhailovsky rural districts, which have sufficient resources for industrial production. Clay has good qualities for the production of bricks based on this clay, it is possible to produce ceramic tiles. For the production there are such an important factor as the presence of sand on the bank of the r. Irtysh. On the basis of the deposit data, the creation of enterprises for the production of bricks for both the Pavlodar region and the whole of Kazakhstan is important, as building materials are in steady demand in the market.

  • Water objects - lakes, rivers

    Through the territory of Zhelezinsky district for 68 kilometers the river Irtysh flows in the area there are fresh, bitter-salted, salt lakes in some of them inhabited by Artemia saline.

Kachiry district

The presence of a large amount of acreage - for the cultivation of grain, vegetables and oilseeds, as well as the cultivation of farm animals

Kachiry district
  • Population

    20 900

  • Average salary

    394

  • Number of irrigated land is

    121 800 ha

Region description

Kachiry district, in the northern part of Pavlodar region. Established in 1963. The area of 6.8 thousand km ². The administrative center is Terenkol village.

Kachiry district is located in the northern part of Pavlodar region. In the north-east, the district is bordered by the Karasuk district of the Novosibirsk region of the Russian Federation, the north-west of the Zhelezinsky district, in the east by the Uspensky district, in the southeast by the Pavlodar district, in the south and south-west by the Aktogai district. The length of motor roads of regional significance is 302 km, inside the township 269.1 km, republican significance 144 km., Regional significance 195 km. The Omsk-Maykapchigay highway passes through the district center. The distance from the district to the city of Pavlodar is 112 km, to the village of Zhelesenka 77 km, the city of Omsk RF - 308 km. On the territory of the district for 50 km. Irtysh River flows.

  • Deposits

    Minerals in the area are represented by deposits:

    • Glauber’s salt;
    • salt;
    • clay for the production of bricks, tiles.

    The clay deposit in the Oktyabrsky rural district has a sufficient resource for industrial production. Clay has excellent qualities for the production of bricks. On condition of deep processing on the basis of this clay, production of ceramic tiles is possible. For production there is such an important factor as the presence of sand on the bank of the Irtysh River.On the basis of this deposit, it is important to create an enterprise for the production of bricks and clay products, taking into account the fact that, both our Pavlodar region and the whole of Kazakhstan are actively being built and building materials are in steady demand in the market.

    There are salt deposits in the Baikonissky rural district.

  • Water bodies - lakes, rivers

    The river Irtysh flows through 50 kilometers of Kachirsky district, there are bitter-salt lakes. Artemia salina crustaceans live in 5 lakes:

    • Dry lake
    • lake Uzynkol
    • Lake Ulkenkossor
    • lake Zhamantuz
    • lake Kyzyltuz

    In industrial fisheries, artemia is an indispensable food when feeding fish fry. Also nasal artemia crustaceans are a valuable product in the production of poultry feed, in the pharmaceutical industry, and in cosmetology. Salt lakes of the Kachirsky region without large capital investments will allow to obtain a significant amount of the most valuable biological product that enjoys constant and steady demand on the world market.
    Also in the area there are fresh lakes, backwaters and channels.

  • Forest area

    The total area of ​​forest and non-forest areas of the region is 22894 ha., The area of ​​forest land is 20351 ha., Including 18,582 ha covered with forest. 1343 ha of them are forest cultures.

  • Reserve lands

    • 121,800.67 thousand hectares (arable land, fallow land, pasture, hayfields, and other lands — roads, swamps, lakes, etc.);
    • 14 621.0 – reservoir;
    • 15880.0 – arable land;
    • 9 372.50 – haying;
    • 65 145.23 – pastures;
    • 16 752.12 – other.

  • Irrigation

    In the area of 6349.3 hectares of irrigated land, of which: 4534.3 hectares are assigned to households. subjects, 1768.0 hectares on land reserve. Irrigation cultivates 1,230 hectares of potatoes harvested on an area of 1,200 hectares, the gross yield of 30 thousand tons, 110 hectares of vegetables and melons and the gross harvest of 2,420 thousand tons, the yield of 220 c / ha.
    Soils are southern chernozem, dark chestnut, chestnut, sandy loamy, loamy. Soil ban ban from 13 to 28

Uspensky district

The development of Animal husbandary and crop production

Uspensky district
  • Population

    12 123

  • Average salary

    394

  • Number of irrigated land is

    117 183 ha

Region description

Uspensky district is located in the north-eastern part of Pavlodar region, formed in 1935. The administrative center is the village of Uspenka.

The climate is sharply continental, the average January temperature is -18º-19ºС., July + 20º + 21ºС. The annual amount of precipitation is 250–300 mm
The relief area is flat. Soils are chestnut. In the depths of the area explored reserves of salt, natural building materials. The salt reserves in Bolshoi and Maly Tavolzhan lakes are of industrial importance.
The vegetation cover of the area is not very variegated. Here grow a feather grass, fescue, wormwood, sedge, cattail, in the north - birch pegs.
They live in: wolves, foxes, hares, corsaks, gophers. There are: quail, duck, goose and other birds.
The total area is 5.5 thousand. sq. km
The main area of activity of the district is agriculture with the perspective development of the Animal husbandary and crop production branches.

  • Directions

    In the north and north-west it borders on the Kachirsky district, in the west and south-west – on the Pavlodar district, in the south-east – on the Scherbakty district, in the north-east – on the Altai Territory of the Russian Federation, in the north on the Novosibirsk region of the Russian Federation. The area is completely located on the territory of the Kulunda plain, which is part of the West Siberian plain.

    Regional roads (123 km.) And republican (98 km.) Connecting the regions of Kazakhstan with the border regions of the Russian Federation (Altai Territory, Novosibirsk Region) pass through the territory of the district.

    Basically, all large settlements are located along republican and regional roads. Available roadside service facilities (gas stations, cafes) are located near the village of Uspenka and the villages of Kovalevka and Lozovoe.

    On the territory of the district passes the railway Maraldy-Tavolzhan. On the salt lake Tavolzhan since the 1930s. Salt is mined. The following enterprises operate: Tuzkala station, the fishery of Pavlodarsol LLP, provided 551 hectares for the extraction of salt.

  • Deposits

    On the territory of Uspensky district there are explored deposits of common minerals: clay and sand. Impressive clay reserves can attract investment in the development of these deposits and the production of building material: ceramic bricks.

    The market is possible neighboring border regions of the Russian Federation. . The population of the border areas Karasuk district 43921 people, Slavgorod district 30370 people, Burlinsky district 10640 people.

  • Water bodies - lakes, rivers

    For the use of open reservoirs (lakes) in the area (Lozovsky s / o, Kozyketken s / o, Ravnopolsky s / o, Uspensky s / o, s.Tavolzhan) there is a prospect for the development of pond farms for commercial fish breeding.

    In Uspensky district, the territory occupied by water is 22,924 ha.

  • Forest area

    The forest area in the Uspensky district is 1,143 hectares (Maksimo-Gorky forestry). Birch groves are mainly located in the northern part of the district.

Shcherbakty district

The presence of sown areas - for grain and oilseeds, land for breeding farm animals

Shcherbakty district
  • Population

    20 900

  • Average salary

    394

  • Number of irrigated land is

    179 533 ha

Region description

Shcherbakty district, located in the eastern part of the Pavlodar region of Kazakhstan. Established in 1967. The area of 6.9 thousand square meters. km The administrative center is the village of Scherbakty.

  • Climate

    The climate is sharply continental, characterized by aridity of the spring-summer period, high summer and low winter air temperatures, and sharp temperature fluctuations during the day. The average January temperature is -18º-19ºС., July + 20º + 21ºС. A characteristic feature of the climate of the area is insufficient rainfall, especially in the spring. The average annual precipitation is 250–300 mm.

  • Relief and hydrography

    The territory of the district is located within the Kulunda plain, which is part of the extensive West Siberian lowland. The relief as a whole is a gently undulating plain, which gradually passes from northern maned elevations to southern flat depressions. The central part of the district is characterized by the most even relief, dissected by the basins of large lakes: Maraldy, Kabantakyr, Mambetkol, Ashtykyr, Kostakyr, Seyten.

    In the depths of the area explored stocks of natural building materials. The most common soils are dark chestnut and chestnut, as well as meadow chestnut salt and salt marshes, less common are malts and meadow soils.

  • Flora and fauna

    The territory of the region is characterized by feather-grass steppes on dark chestnut soils, halophyte steppes on saline and saline soils. The southeastern part is covered with pine forests on the sands.

    They live: wolf, fox, corsac, roe deer, wild boar, muskrat; are found: duck, goose and others.

Akkuli district

The presence of bitter-salt lakes suitable for therapeutic purposes and the development of tourism

Akkuli district
  • Population

    13 900

  • Average salary

    394

  • Number of irrigated land is

    153 699 ha

Region description

Akkuli district, located in the south-eastern part of Pavlodar region. Established in 1939. The area is 8.1 thousand km., The population is 13.9 thousand people (2015). The administrative center is Akku village. In the north it borders with Pavlodar and Shcherbakty areas, in the east - with the Altai Territory, in the south - with the East Kazakhstan region, the western border is the navigable Irtysh river, which separates from the May district.

On the territory of the district there are 10 rural districts: Akkuli, Baymuldin, Zhambyl, Kyzylagash, Kyzylasker, Maykaragay, Malybai, Shakin, Shcherbakty, Yamyshev. The Pavlodar-Semey highway passes through the district.

  • Climate

    The climate of the region is sharply continental. The average January temperature is –17º-18ºС., July + 20º + 21ºС. The annual amount of precipitation is 250–300 mm. The territory of the region is a slightly undulating steppe with feather-fescue vegetation, with a large number of salt lakes. In the southeast are ribbon forests. In the pine forests and the flood plain of the Irtysh River, tree and shrub species grow: willow, willow, alder, aspen, birch, poplar, pine and others. From herbs – wormwood, feather grass. In the valley of the Irtysh River – floodplain meadows.

  • Relief and hydrography

    The soils are chestnut and dark chestnut; by their mechanical composition they are sandy and sandy, easily exposed to wind erosion. In the floodplain – heavy loam.

    In the depths of the explored stocks of natural building materials: alabaster, sulfates, gypsum, lime.

    The peculiarity of the area is the presence of bitter-salty lakes suitable for therapeutic purposes and the development of tourism, the whole lake – 27, of which it is assigned to users – 9.

  • Flora and fauna

    They live in: wolves, hares, marmots, gophers, hamsters; there are ducks, geese. In the Maraldy forest area of ​​the Sharbakty rural district at the recreation center “Total-service” in the open-air cage there are 60 deer.

  • Development Perspective

    On the territory of the district, the total area of ​​agricultural land is 606 976 hectares, arable land – 23 877 hectares, deposits – 44 541 hectares, haymaking 40 404 hectares, of which 39 424 hectares on the floodplain.

    There are all possibilities for the development of animal husbandry: reserve lands make up – 153,699 ha., Incl. 10,385 hectares of arable land, 29 hectares of perennial plantations, hayfields 8,109 hectares (on the floodplain), pastures – 81,510 hectares, of which improved, including (radical improvement) – 42,440 hectares, deposits – 11,226 hectares.

    For the development of irrigated agriculture there is an opportunity to use r. Irtysh length, which on the territory of the district is 138 km. Potatoes, vegetables, melons and others are grown on existing irrigated tracts. The yield is, respectively, potatoes – 300 c / ha, vegetables – 270 c / ha, melons – 260 c / ha.

    Perspective: the use of irrigated land for fodder crops and the building of feedlots 2 levels.

May district

Irtysh agricultural development potential

May district
  • Population

    11 916

  • Average salary

    394

  • Number of irrigated land is

    44,498 ha

Region description

Maysky district is located in the south-eastern part of Pavlodar region

From the south and east it borders with the East Kazakhstan region, from the southwest - the Karaganda region, from the west - the Bayanaul district and the rural area of the city of Aksu, from the north it is separated by the Irtysh river from the Akkuli district.

The favorable economic and geographical location of the Maisky District and the developed network of transport routes provide an excellent opportunity for local producers of agricultural and industrial products to deliver goods to the growing consumer markets of the cities of Astana, Pavlodar, Semey, and also to the Russian Federation and China.

Today, local producers are actively participating in agricultural fairs held in Astana, Pavlodar, Kurchatov, Aksu. They sell meat, milk, koumiss, canned meat. And this is not a complete list of goods that, with available resources, could be produced and sold by economic entities of the Maisky District.

  • Agriculture

    The total area of ​​agricultural land area provided to individuals and legal entities is 760 thousand hectares on which the peasants of the May district cultivate millet, sunflower, potatoes, vegetables and melons and perennial grasses.

  • Animal husbandary

    The territory of the May district is 1,810 thousand hectares of which 1,498 thousand hectares make up grazing lands or 83 percent. The presence of huge tracts of grasshopper-fescue grazing lands predetermined the leading importance of animal husbandry in the production and economic structure of the region. Economic entities specialize in beef cattle, herd horse breeding and sheep breeding.

    Given the significant amount of agricultural land, the availability of water resources and the support of the state, May District has significant potential for growth in agricultural production.
    Promising areas for investment in the agricultural sector of the region are:

    • Raising breeding stock;
    • Opening of dairy farms;
    • Creation of feedlots and organization on their base of supply of meat products to neighboring states;
    • Development of irrigated agriculture, as well as growing vegetables in closed ground.

  • Deposit

    Minerals in the area are represented by deposits:

    • deposits of coal;
    • salt;
    • fireproof red clay;
    • white refractory clay;
    • marble;
    • granite;
    • crushed stone;
    • building and facing stone;
    • non-ferrous metals.

  • Water bodies - lakes, rivers

    The area has surface and groundwater resources. The main waterway within the region is the 183 km long section of the Irtysh River.The Tundik and Aschyšu rivers flow through the district, there are bitter-salt lakes. The Artemia salina crustaceans live in 6 lakes:

    • Lake Karasor,
    • Lake Alkamergen,
    • Lake Zhanatuz,
    • Lake Akbota,
    • Lake Shakpaktuz,
    • Lake Ulkentuz.

    In industrial fisheries, artemia is an indispensable food when feeding fish fry. Also nasal artemia crustaceans are a valuable product in the production of poultry feed, in the pharmaceutical industry, and in cosmetology. Salt lakes of the Maisky district without large capital investments will allow to obtain a significant amount of the most valuable biological product that enjoys constant and steady demand in the world market.

Bayanaul district

Tourism and national culture

Bayanaul district
  • Population

    26 700

  • Average salary

    394

  • Number of irrigated land is

    816 167 ha

Region description

Bayanaul district is located in the south-west of Pavlodar region.
Area - 1850.7 thousand hectares
The population of all - 26.7 thousand people.

  • Direction

    Bayanaul district is located in the southwestern part of Pavlodar region and borders with Karaganda region (in the south and west), May district (in the east), as well as the rural area of ​​Ekibastuz (in the north).

    The length of roads is 634.3 km. 201 km of these are republican roads, 355.7 km of these are regional roads, and 96.3 km are intra-settlement and intra-village roads.

    The regional center is located in the village of Bayanaul. 7 settlements (Maykain, Bayanaul, Karazhar, Egindybulak, Kundykol, Tendyk, Karashchi) of rural districts of Bayanaul district are located along the Pavlodar-Karaganda road of republican significance. The remaining settlements are located far from the republican highway. At a distance of 145 km from Pavlodar and 45 km from Ekibastuz is the village Maykain.

  • Deposits

    Free deposits:

    1. Crushed stone – Kishtassky deposit. Bayanaul r/d
    2. Sand-gravel mix – Akkelin deposit. Bayanaul r/d
    3. Clay and clay rocks – Birlik deposit. Birlik r/d
    4. Clay sand. Birlik r/d
    5. Sinter sandone at the Koktas-2 deposit Zhanatleksky r/d
    6. Granite at the Saryshoky Zanatleksky r/d deposit
    7. Clay and clay rock in the Zhaiminsk deposit, Karatomarsk r/d
    8. Clay at the Zhosalinsk deposit, Kzyltau r/d
    9. Clay at the Kokdombaksk deposit Satpaevsk r/d
    10. Crushed stone on Shoptykolsk deposit Shoptykolsky r/d

  • Water bodies - lakes, rivers

    Bayanaul state national natural park has an area of ​​68452.8 hectares. On the territory of the natural park there are 9 lakes. Six lakes have a surface area of ​​less than 1 sq. km and only three lakes (Sabyndykol, Zhasybay, Toraygyr) from 1 to 7.4 sq. km, the total water area of ​​all lakes is about 15.3 sq. km and makes up about 3% of the territory national park.

  • Forest area

    Bayanaul natural park has three forest areas. The area of ​​Bayanaul forestry is -19188 hectares, Zhasybay forestry-22904ga, Dolbinskoe forestry-8596 hectares.

  • Land resources

    The total land area of ​​Bayanaul district is 1,850,775 hectares, including 8,161,7ga of agricultural land (or 44% of the total area), of which 1,6851 hectares of arable land (2.1% of all agricultural land), 3,2108 hectares of deposit (3.9%).

    The district land fund consists of the following categories:

    • agricultural land of 816167 ha, including 16851 ha of arable land, 32108 ha of fallow land;
    • lands of settlements (14 rural districts) are 295334.1 ha;
    • lands of industry, transport, communications, defense and other non-agricultural purposes – 6967 hectares;
    • lands of water fund – 3464 hectares;
    • forest land – 127 ha;
    • lands of reserve – 660263 hectares, including 25215 hectares of arable land, 16 hectares of perennial plantings, 124543 hectares hall

    There are estuary irrigation on an area of ​​6.8 thousand hectares. Require recovery.

  • Tourism

    On the territory of the national park there are 13 tourist routes.
    On the route Konyraulie made routine repairs of the access road. Guest houses functioned on tour routes Konaraliulie and Kempirtas.
    In 2016 the 2 tourist routes № 12 “Lake Zhasybay – Bayanaul (the grave of Zhasybay batyr)” and № 13 “Lake Zhasybay-Birzhankol – Zhanazhol-Eskeldy (Mausoleum of M.Zh. Kopeev)” were approved.
    In 2016 work was done on planting spruces along the monument to Zhayau-Musa and along the beach, closer to the highway. Produced planting flowers near the monument Zhayau-Musa. At the central intersection, the road for cars was expanded.
    In 2016, billboards, signposts with the theme “Save Nature”, “About Fire Safety”, and “EXPO 2017” were installed. 39 holiday homes and 2 children’s health centers, as well as 25 temporary catering facilities (cafes) worked for the reception. For vacationers provided 25 boats, 35 catamarans. In the central part of the residential complex Zhasybay operated: an information center, a medical center, a cash desk for selling tickets for the carriage of passengers.
    In 2016, the territory of the national park was visited by 153,778 guests.

Ekibastuz

Available electricity and coal

Ekibastuz
  • Population

    153 100

  • Average salary

    403

  • Number of irrigated land is

    365 469 hectare

Region description

Ekibastuz is a town of regional subordination in the west of Pavlodar region, Kazakhstan. Located 132 km southwest of the city of Pavlodar.

  • General population (including economically active population)

    The total population is 153.1 thousand people, including rural area – 9.6 thousand people.

    The economically active population is 82.1 thousand people for the 3rd quarter 2016.

  • Directions

    Ekibastuz town is located in Pavlodar region.

    The length from Ekibastuz town to Pavlodar city is 144 km, to the Bayanaul district – 130 km, to Nur-Sultan city – 323 km. the journey takes about 6 hours and 21 minutes (by car), to Karaganda – 315 km. travel time is 5 hours 06 minutes, to Semey – 459 km. travel time 7 hours 55 minutes.

    By territoriality, from the northwest the town borders with Akmola, from the southwest – Karaganda regions, from the north – Aktogai, from the south – Bayanaul areas and from the north-east – Aksu town of Pavlodar region.

    Unique location and market access

    the distance from Ekibastuz: to the Omsk region – 341 km, to the Novosibirsk region – 280 km, to the Altai Territory – 241 km, to the city of Barnaul – 908 km.

  • Subsoil use

    Information on Ekibastuz town and the rural area. On the territory of Ekibastuz town and its rural zone there are 30 deposits of CM, 11 deposits of SM

    SM
    Fixed – 7 deposits.
    Free – 4 deposits

    CM
    Ensured – 22 deposits
    Free – 8 deposits

  • Forest area

    The forest land is 1133 hectares

  • Investment projects (including PPP)

    In the framework of the State program of industrial-innovative development of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the region continues to implement 6 projects with an investment volume of 398.2 billion tenge, with the creation of 1.8 thousand work places.

    Wheel manufacturing complex for the railway “Prommashkomplekt” LLP

    The volume of investments is 50.9 billion tenge.
    Mastered investments – 44.1 billion tenge.
    Production capacity in physical terms – 200 thousand pieces of wheels per year.

    The building of the Complex has been completed by 60%, 100% of the equipment paid for will be installed in the 2nd quarter of the current year.

    Commissioning of the object is scheduled for the 3rd quarter of 2017.

    Also in order to attract investors in the current year, the Investment Forum “Ertys invest 2016” was held in Pavlodar during the forum the investment attractiveness of Ekibastuz was presented.

    During the forum, two memorandums were signed:

    1) Implementation in the city of Ekibastuz of an investment project of “ANSA Silicon” LLP, the production of technical silicon with a total investment of 38.1 billion tenge.

    2) Expansion of the greenhouse complex for growing of tomatoes, increasing the area of ​​the existing production of “Green House” LLP with an investment of 4 billion tenge.

    It is planned to build a glass factory of “Intour Service – Pulse” LLP with an investment volume of 65 billion tenge.

    Building of a plant for the production of explosives “Nitro Siberia Kazakhstan” LLP with an investment volume of 3.0 billion tenge.

    Reconstruction of the tank farm for the production of winter diesel fuel “Alef trade” LLP with an investment volume of about 850 million tenge.

    At the expense of private investment, it is planned to build residential houses for which detailed planning projects have been approved, there are PEDs identified, land plots:

    • building of a 9-storey residential building, worth 577.768 million tenge under the “Nurly Zhol” program;
    • building of three 5-storey residential buildings, worth 1,450.915 million tenge.

Aktogay district

Pastures and grasslands

Aktogay district
  • Population

    12 782

  • Average salary

    394

  • Number of irrigated land is

    169 800 ha

Region description

Aktogay district is located in the north-western part of Pavlodar region. The administrative center of the district - the village Aktogay is located 116 km north-west of the regional center, on the left riverside.
The population of the district is 12 782 people, of which economically active - 8 150 people.

  • Directions

    The distance of the administrative center of the district to Pavlodar city is 110 km, to Ekibastuz town is 166 km, to Nur-Sultan city is 490 km, to the border with the Russian Federation is 195 km.
    In the north it borders with the Irtysh region, in the east along the channel of the Irtysh river with Kachiry and Pavlodar districts, in the west with North Kazakhstan and Akmola regions, in the south with rural areas of Aksu and Ekibastuz.
    The Leninsky-Aktogay-Irtysh-Russkaya Polyana highway passes through the district. The length of roads – 497.3 km, including: local value –210.3 km, access roads and economic roads – 50 km.
    In the village Aktogay there are: a bus station, through which passes 6 bus routes, a roadside cafe, 4 petrol stations.

  • Deposits

    On the territory of Aktogay district there is one subsoil user, “SalltKhimprom” LLP, for the production of salt at the “Taykonyr” lake located within the boundaries of Aktogay (former Prirechenskiy) rural district with a total area of ​​720 hectares. sand-pitcher brands “100”, “200”. In the Kharkiv rural district there are deposits of building sand.

  • Water objects

    The Irtysh River flows through the district for 80 km, flows in the steppe zone of the Selety and Shiderty rivers, there are lakes Zhalauly, Tobylgysor, Taikonur, Sasyksor and other fresh and salty lakes. There is a system of estuary irrigation of the river. On the territory of the district grow feather grass, fescue, wormwood, willow, aspen.
    They live: wolf, fox, woodchuck, corsac, hare; on reservoirs – goose, duck, swan. There are roach, crucian carp, perch, pike in the reservoirs.

  • Forest area

    On the territory of the region there are forests and shrubs – 5,239 hectares including 3,614 hectares of forest reserves assigned to 2 forestry enterprises (Pavlodar SI for the protection of forests and fauna (62.0 hectares) and Maximo – Gorkovskoe private farm (3,552.0 hectares)) of these, 3,425 hectares of forest area, including 2,551 hectares covered with forest.

Irtysh district

Large acreage for vegetable crops

Irtysh district
  • Population

    17 338

  • Average salary

    394

  • Number of irrigated land is

    296 700 ha

Region description

Irtysh district is an administrative-territorial unit in the north-western part of Pavlodar region. Established in 1928. The area of 10.2 thousand square meters. km., the population of 27.2 thousand people.

  • Directions

    The Irtysh district is located in the northwestern part of Pavlodar region and occupies the northern part of the Irtysh plain. In the north it borders with the Omsk region of the Russian Federation, in the west with the North-Kazakhstan region, in the south with the Aktogay region of the Pavlodar region, the Irtysh river is the western border.
    The total length of the road network in the district is -820.5 km, including: oblast -287.7 km (35.1%); district significance – 247.2 km (30.1%); intra-village roads, 285.6 km (34.8%).
    Throughout the district for 115 km. Irtysh River flows.

  • Land resources

    By the nature of agricultural activity, the Irtysh region is a field crop with developed animal husbandry. The number of agricultural units 327 units. The main positive factor of the area is the presence of a large amount of acreage – grain and oilseeds.

    There are vacant land plots that can be used for the organization of irrigated agriculture: a total of 4638 hectares of free land, of which:

    • in the Northern r/d- 550 ha,
    • Isa Baizakov r/d- 460 hectares,
    • Lugov r/d – 628 hectares,
    • Irtysh village – 2000 ha.
    • Karakuduk r/d- 1000 ha.

  • Agricultural activities

    The number of cattle in the area is 23.1 thousand. Goal. , sheep – 32.9 thousand goal. , goats – 0.8 thousand goals, horses – 13.3 thousand goals. pigs – 2.8 thousand goal. , birds – 52.9 thousand goal.

    The presence of its own animal husbandary and its border with Russia and other regions of Kazakhstan, as well as fresh water sources (the Irtysh river) provide all the prerequisites for creating enterprises for the primary processing of wool in the region. In the future, a full-cycle enterprise and a tannery. There is no shortage of high-quality cheap and environmentally friendly raw materials.

    The area of ​​meat processing is underdeveloped, the sufficiency of raw materials makes it possible to create meat processing facilities.

    On the territory of the district there is an elevator of “Kakhalong-Astyk” LLP, the volume of storage and processing of grain according to design capacity is 65.0 thousand tons, including 27.5 thousand tons – elevator and 37.5 thousand tons – warehouse. On the territory of the elevator there are: 10 grain stores, 1 warehouse (vertical silo), 1 grain dryer brand Chipboard -32 at 64 tons per hour, 2 grain dryers (drying towers with a capacity of 50 tons per hour), grain cleaning equipment (4 separators ) with a capacity of 1000 tons per shift.

    There are also 103 granaries in the district with a total capacity of 206.7 thousand tons.

  • Deposit

    Minerals in the area are represented by deposits:

    • clay, clay rocks;
    • sand (clay).

    Mineral deposits remain undiscovered today. After appropriate research, clay can be used to make bricks. Perhaps under the condition of deep processing of clay production of ceramic tiles. For production there is such an important factor as the presence of sand on the bank of the Irtysh River.
    There are two lakes: Lake Zhalauly, with large reserves of salt, contains healing natural mineral bishofit and other elements from the periodic table, Lake Kyzylkak, Artemia’s natural reserves in the lake allow extracting up to 100 tons of crustaceans per season. Detailed exploration of the Zhalauly lake deposit was carried out in 1958-1959. Salt reserves in the brine of Lake Zhalauly were 259,661 thousand tons, the thickness of the brine layer averaged 2.1 meters.

  • Water bodies - lakes, rivers

    On the territory of the Irtysh region for 115 kilometers the river Irtysh flows, there are bitter-salt lakes.
    Kyzylkak Lake is the most unique in the region. It is included in the list of the most valuable reservoirs in the world. The natural reserves of artemia in the lake allow extracting up to 100 tons of crustaceans per season. Located 100 km west of the village. Irtyshsk. Its greatest length is 15 km, the greatest width is 12 km, the area is 172 km2, the bottom in the middle of the lake is covered with black mud, rich in hydrogen sulfide., The area is 16,900 ha.

    In industrial fisheries, artemia is an indispensable food when feeding fish fry. Also nasal artemia crustaceans is a valuable product in the production of feed for poultry, in pharmaceuticals and cosmetology. Salt lakes of the Irtysh region without large investments will allow to obtain a significant amount of the most valuable biological product, which enjoys constant and steady demand in the world market.

  • Forest area

    The total area of ​​forest and non-forest areas of the region is 4,859 hectares, the area of ​​forest lands is 4,426 hectares, including 3,526 hectares covered with forests.