|Country||People's Republic of China|
|Time zone||UTC+8 (China Standard)|
Yizheng (simplified Chinese: 仪征; traditional Chinese: 儀征; pinyin: Yízhēng) is a county-level city under the administration of the prefecture-level city of Yangzhou, Jiangsu province, China, with a population of about 600,000 (2007). It borders the prefecture-level divisions of Chuzhou (Anhui) to the north, Nanjing to the west, and Zhenjiang to the south.
In 1013, the statues of several precedent emperors of the Song were cast in Jian'an (建安) military prefecture. Thus, the region was changed into Zhen zhou (Zhen prefecture, 眞州) with the emperor's favour later, and a Taoist temple designated Yizhen (儀眞) was also built, at where the former furnace was situated. Both zhen and yizhen supposedly mean "lifelikeness" in Chinese. The prefecture was named after the temple in 1117. The then Yizhen county was renamed Yizheng in 1723, because the homophone "zhen(禛)" as a part of the Yongzheng Emperor's Chinese name was deemed to be ineffable.
On the northern bank of Yangzhou, Yizheng is situated in the north of Jiangsu and the Yangtze River lies in its southern territory. The city borders Luhe District of Nanjing on west, the urban area of Yangzhou on east and Tianchang of Anhui Province on north. The city owns a riverbank of 27 km (17 mi), facing Zhenjiang in opposite of the river.
Two major bodies of water, the Yangtze River and the Grand Canal, run through Yizheng from west to east and from north to south, respectively, dividing the city into four fractions.
The passengers service of Yizheng Station astride the Nanjing–Qidong railway was suspended since July 1, 2013.