Conflicts in ambo are emanated from various sources. These factors, inter alia, are associated with competition over grazing land and water resources, boundary conflicts on farm lands, problems of access to water irrigation, sense of superiority, and women’s abduction. These multifaceted natures of conflicts have been solved by different traditional conflict resolution mechanisms. Accordingly, conflicts have been resolved through knowledgeable and respected elders, religious leaders, marriage relationships, ceremonies observed by the community, women reconciliation mechanisms, and highly respected and feared clan leaders. However, for better resolution of conflicts in the communities the study calls for better encouragement, support and duly recognition of traditional mechanisms.