Montserrado County is a county in Liberia with the area measuring 1,909 square kilometers (737sq mi), the smallest in the country. As of the 2008 Census, it had a population of 1,144,806, making it the most populous county in Liberia.


 The land is mainly alluvial soils, primarily clay, washed seaward from the streams and rivers of the interior valleys; in the lowlands on the coast grow palm trees, mangrove woods, and savanna grasslands with tropical forest covering the interior hills and valleys; rivers include the St. Paul, Mesurado, Du, and Po; annual precipitation measures approximately 75 inches (190 cm); the largest and most busy port facility- the Freeport of Monrovia and several manufacturing companies are located in this county.


Investment Opportunities:
Investment opportunities in Montserrado County include agricultural production and many cash crops, oil palm processing, light manufacturing, tourism, and hydroelectric power generation.