Geography The Kemsky municipal district is located in the northern part of the Republic of Karelia. The district is located in the northern part of the Republic of Karelia, in the basin of the Kem River, washed by the White Sea from the east. The center of the district is the city of Kem —a port on the shore of the White Sea. It borders on the Loukhsky district in the north, Kalevalsky district in the west, and Belomorsky district in the south. The length of the coastline is about 120 km.
409 km distance to Petrozavodsk
Kem city administrative center
8 028 sq. km. area
13 951 people population
Infrastructure Transport accessibility is provided by the federal highway R-21 «Kola"», regional and local roads. The Saint Petersburg — Murmansk railway (the northern route of the Oktyabrskaya railway), from east to west — the Kemsky section A135: Kem —Kalevala —Voknavolok.
Economy The basis of the district's economy is the production and distribution of electricity and water, trade enterprises, food service industry, and tourism.
- Public joint-stock company Territorial Generating Company No. 1 (or TGK-1) Chain of Kemsky hydro-electric stations
- Production department Northern Electric Networks of the branch of the public joint-stock company Interregional Distribution Grid Company of the North-West Karelenergo
- Structural divisions of the Petrozavodsk branch of the Oktyabrskaya Railway — of a branch of the open joint-stock company Russian Railways
- Joint-stock company Kemsky bread factory