Sreepur Upazila (Gazipur district) with an area of 465.24 sq km, is surrounded by Bhaluka and Gafargaon upazilas on the north, Gazipur Sadar upazila on the south, kapasia upazila on the east, Kaliakair and Sakhipur upazilas on the west. 

Main rivers are Shitalakshya, Banar, Parulia, Kawraid, Dhaor. 

Sreepur (Town) consists of one mouza. The area of the town is 14.61 sq km. It has a population of 16766; male 52.86%, female 47.14%; density of population is 1148 per sq km. Literacy rate among the town people is 41.7%. It has one dakbungalow. 

Administration Sreepur thana was turn into an upazila in 1984. It consists of 9 union parishads, 81 mouzas and 186 villages. 

Archaeological heritage Rajbari (residence) of the Chandal Rajas at Chinashukhania (c. Vedic period). 

Historical events There is an opinion that Sreepur was named after Raja Sreepal. It is said that the local Bhuiyans fought at Karnapur to resist the Mughal advancement. Possibly Karnapur Fort and the adjacent tank bear witness to that incidence. Marks of the War of Liberation Mass grave 2 (Sreepur College compound and Satkhamar).

Religious institutions Mosque 600, temple 5, church 2, tomb 4; noted of which are tomb of Shah Saheb at Sreepur, Satkhamar Darga and Akandabadi Mosque at Kewa. 

Population 320530; male 51.13%, female 48.87%; Muslim 95.43%, Hindu 4.26%, Christian 0.11%, Others 0.20%; ethnic nationals: Santal, Koch, Rajbanshi and Mandi (50 families). 

Literacy and educational institutions Average literacy 44%; male 42.5%, female 45.9%. 

Educational institutions: college 7, madrasa 34, secondary school 45, government primary school 105, non-government primary school 41, NGO operated school 44. 

Newspapers and periodicals Sreepur Barta (extinct). 

Culture organisations Club 10, public library 1, cinema hall 3, theatre group 6. 

Main occupations Agriculture 55.7%, agricultural labourer 16.02%, wag labourer 2.67%, transport 2.16%, business 9.60%, service 4.22%, others 9.63%.

Land use Cultivable land 31454.27 hectares, fallow land 105.96 hectares, single crop 44.06%, double crop 49% and treble crop land 6.94%; land under irrigation 31.62%. 

Land control Among the peasants, 33.06% are landless, 22.64% marginal, 31.5% intermediate, 12.8% rich. Value of land Market value of first grade cultivated land about Tk 12000 per 0.01 hectare. 

Main crops Paddy, wheat, potato, jute, mustard seed, ginger, turmeric, vegetables. Extinct and nearly extinct crops Betel leaf, indigo. 

Main fruits Jackfruit, papaya, pineapple, banana, mango, litchi, guava. 

Fisheries, dairies and poultries Fishery 36, dairy 1, poultry 10, hatchery 4. 

Communication facilities Roads: pucca 80 km, semi pucca 20 km and mud road 800 km. Extinct and nearly extinct transports Palanquin, boat, bullock cart. Manufactories Ice factory 5, saw mill 27. 

Cottage industries Goldsmith 2, blacksmith 10, tailoring 50, welding 12.

Hats, bazars and fairs Hats and bazars are 31, most noted of which Sreepur, Maona, Barmi, Rajbari and Kawraid. 

Main exports Paddy, mustard seed, jute. 

NGO activities,Brac, ASA, Anvesa Foundation. 

Health centres Upazila health complex 1, union health centre 4, family welfare centre 6, satellite clinic 6, NGO operated health centre 4.