Sisak-Moslavina County is a part of administrative – territorial constitution of the Republic of Croatia and has its headquarters in Sisak. As an administrative unit, Sisak-Moslavina County was constituted in 1993. SMC is placed in the middle of Croatia (50 kilometers south from Zagreb), in the largest manufacturing area, in terms of employmen and production (Zagreb-Karlovac-Sisak triangle). SMC with the surface of 4.468 km2 is one of the largest counties in the Republic of Croatia. It takes up 7,9% of the Croatian territory. According to the actual territorial structure, there are 456 settlements in the SMC area structured in 19 units of the local self-governments:
- 7 towns (Glina, Hrvatska Kostajnica, Kutina, Novska, Sisak, Petrinja and Popovača) and
- 12 municipalities (Donji Kukuruzari, Dvor, Gvozd, Hrvatska Dubica, Jasenovac, Lekenik, Lipovljani, Majur, Martinska Ves, Sunja, Topusko and Velika Ludina).
- County Headquarter: Sisak
Karlovac County (west)
Zagreb County (north)
Bjelovar-Bilogora County (north, north-east)
Požega-Slavonia County (east)
Brod-Posavina County (south-east)
On the south side SMC borders with Bosnia and Herzegovina.