UPDATED JANUARY 4, 2012
Click here to view the Department of Justice approved district map.
Your council district may have changed. Check the Interactive Council District Map to locate your district.
UPDATED DECEMBER 28, 2011
The City of Peoria's redistricting submission was approved by the Department of Justice on December 14, 2011.
UPDATED NOVEMBER 15, 2011
Redistricting Submission Documents
Redistricting Submission Appendix Documents
UPDATED OCTOBER 31, 2011
UPDATED OCTOBER 18, 2011
Click here to view the Adopted Redistricting Map.
Click here to view the Adopted Redistricting Plan Map and Demographics.
Click here to view the Council Designated Final Concept Maps 1 Modified, 8A Modified, and 8B Modified.
Click here to view the Council Designated Final Concept Maps 1, 2, & 8
Click here to otain a Comment Card on Concept Maps 1, 2, & 8
Click here to view proposed Concept Maps 7, 8, & 9.
Click here to view proposed concept maps 1 - 6.
The City of Peoria is required to adjust its district boundaries following the decennial and mid decennial census data collection process for the purposes of providing substantially equal population in each district within the city allowing for generally a 10% variance or less.
Redistricting is based on the total population of the City. The last City of Peoria district lines were drawn following the 2000 Census when the City’s population was determined to be 108,364. The City’s 2008 population was estimated at 155,560.
The following are considerations when determining district lines:
- Contiguity; districts cannot be separated, but can be connected by only rights-of-way.
- Follow natural and artificial boundaries, such as State Roadways, Parkways and Rivers.
- Keep communities of interest together
- Follow boundaries of other political subdivisions and county precinct lines.
Redistricting decisions must protect the ability of recognized minority voters to influence the election process (In Arizona, this is primarily Latino).