The City of Yehud-Monosson

Location: The city of Yehud-Monosson is located in the central metropolitan area of Israel, adjacent to Ben Gurion Airport – Israel’s national airport, and is situated on both sides of Highway 461 – the main lateral highway in the southern Dan area.

Neighboring municipal authorities: Savion-Ganei Yehuda Local Council (north), Southern HaSharon Regional Council (northeast), Hevel Modi’in Regional Council (southeast), and Or Yehuda Regional Council (southwest), Ben Gurion Airport 2000 (south).

Population: Approximately 31,000 inhabitants and 8,500 households. Socio-economic rank: 8 (out of 10)

Yehud-Monosson is a city in the eastern Bik’at Ono region, located in the central metropolitan area of Israel, adjacent to Ben Gurion Airport, and covering an area of 5,200 dunams.

The city received its name as part of the municipal merger of the city of Yehud and the neighboring community of Neve Ephraim (Neve Monosson) in 2003. As part of the merger agreement, it was agreed that Neve Monosson would maintain its autonomy and distinct community character through a local administration with the legal status of an Urban Neighborhood Committee.

The unification of Yehud-Monosson serves as a national model for successful municipal consolidation.

According to the Central Bureau of Statistics, as of the end of July 2023, 31,570 residents live in Yehud-Monosson (73rd in the ranking of local authorities in Israel).

Yehud-Monosson - Uniqueness

Location and Accessibility – Yehud-Monosson is a city in the center of Israel, where
there is high demand both for residential needs and investment and business opportunities  for newcomers and established residents alike. The city is located in the Tel Aviv metropolitan area, at the “seam” between the intensive urban fabric that characterizes the inner ring of the metropolis, and the rural areas and open spaces that characterize the outer ring of the metropolis, reflecting qualities that connect “two worlds”.
Located at a national crossroads, the city is highly accessible:
– Regionally (Highway 461 – to Tel Aviv, Highway 412 – to Rishon LeZion and Rehovot, Highway 40 – to Petah Tikva and the South).
– National (Highway 1, Highway 4, Highway 6).
– International (Ben Gurion Airport)

A community City – A city with a variety of living environments and, a diverse urban   community: multi-generational (aging population living alongside children and young people), people of diverse countries of origin and ethnicities, diverse socio-economic levels, new residents alongside veterans, and an integrative community that preserves its unique qualities.

A city undergoing renewal and expansion – The city is undergoing significant processes of expansion and renewal. New construction, downtown redevelopment, expansion of the urban footprint, renewal of employment areas, and transition to advanced industry.

A city with local heritage – Relying on an established, involved, identifying veteran core with a sense of belonging, preserving national memory and urban heritage together.

A special connection to Ben-Gurion Airport – A shared border that creates unique opportunities for the city.