The Techiman North District is one of the 254 Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) in Ghana, and forms part of the 29 of Municipalities and Districts in the Brong Ahafo Region.

The Techiman North District was established by the Legislative Instrument (LI 2095) and was duly inaugurated on Thursday, 28th June, 2012 with Tuobodom as the District Capital.

It was carved out of Techiman Municipal Assembly to ensure and strengthen decentralization and effective grass root participation in governance at the local level and bring development to the doorsteps of the people.

The District is made up of sixty-four (64) towns and villages. This number includes the five (5) major towns, namely; Tuobodom, Offuman, Aworowa, Krobo and Buoyem. Most of the settlements in the District are located along the two (2) main arterial roads in the District, that is, the Techiman-Wenchi and Techiman-Kintampo routes.

The District is situated in the central part of Brong Ahafo Region and covers an area of 389.4km2 and  lies between longitudes 1°49´ East and 2°30´ West and latitude 8°00´ North and 7°35´ South.

It shares political and administrative boundaries with the Techiman Municipality in the south, Wenchi Municipality in the north-west, Kintampo South District in the north and Nkoranza North District in the north-east.

The population of the district according to the Population and Housing Census stands at  59,068 with 28,766 males and 30,302 females.