Webuye is an industrial town in Bungoma East District, Bungoma county in the Western Province of Kenya. Located on the main road to Uganda, the town is home to the Pan African Paper Mills, the largest paper factory in the region, as well as a number of heavy-chemical and sugar manufacturers. The area is heavily populated and is used mainly for subsistence agriculture. The area around Webuye is home to the Bukusu and Tachoni tribes. The town has an urban population of 19,600 (1999 census) and 22507 in total according to the GeoNames geographical database.
Villages near Webuye include Lugulu, Milo, Maraka and Misikhu. Webuye is home to Broderick Falls of the river Nzoia.
The town is located on the main railway from Mombasa to Uganda. the area around the town is inhabited by both the Bukusu and the Tachoni.