The Andhra Pradesh government proposes to set up 13 new districts in the state. Adding to the existing 13 districts, there will be 26 districts in Andhra Pradesh. The new districts have been formed based on Parliamentary constituencies.
Here is the list of districts and respective headquarters
1. Srikakulam (district) - Srikakulam (headquarter)
2. Vizianagaram - Vizianagaram
3. Manyam Dist - Parvathipuram (new)
4. Alluri Sitharama Raju District - Paderu (new)
5. Visakhapatnam - Visakhapatnam
6. Anakapalli - Anakapalli (new)
7. Kakinada - Kakinada (new)
8. Kona Seema - Amalapuram (new)
9. East Godavari - Rajamahendravaram
10. West Godavari - Bheemavaram
11. Eluru - Eluru (new)
12. Krishna - Machilipatnam
13. NTR District - Vijayawada (new)
14. Guntur - Guntur
15. Bapatla - Bapatla (new)
16. Palnadu - Narsaraopeta (new)
17. Prakasam - Ongole
18. SPS Nellore - Nellore
19. Kurnool - Kurnool
20. Nandyal - Nandyal (new)
21. Ananthapuram - Ananthapuram
22. Sri Satyasai District - Puttaparthy (new)
23. YSR Kadapa - Kadapa
24. Annamayya District - Rayachoty (new)
25. Chittoor - Chittoor
26. Sri Balaji Dist. - Tirupati (new)
Araku valley region in Visakhapatnam district was named Alluri Sitharama Raju district with Paderu as its headquarters.
East Godavari district was divided into three districts - Kakinada, Konaseema, and East Godavari.
Two districts in Krishna district - NTR district and Krishna district.
Anantapur district was divided into two districts - Anantapur and Sri Sathya Sai district, with Anantapur and Puttaparthi as their new headquarters, respectively.