Map of Midpen wards

Ward Redistricting

Redistricting is the process of adjusting the boundaries of voting districts every ten years following the decennial census, in order to ensure that representation mirrors population shifts. For Midpen, this means evaluating and adjusting the boundaries of its seven wards.

Every 10 years, following the federal census, Midpen’s board of directors is required by law to ensure the District’s seven wards remain substantially equal in population.

Assets and Organizational Support
Organization Support

Updated Ward Maps

Using Board-adopted criteria to guide the redistricting process, staff have prepared three draft redistricting scenario maps for input from the Board and general public.

The public feedback period has closed. Final scenario maps will be presented to the board of directors for review on January 26, 2022.

Scenario A map
Scenario A

Prioritizes major transportation corridors to divide wards.

Scenario B map
Scenario B

Goals and Objectives

The 2020 redistricting project aims to evaluate and adjust Midpen ward boundaries to ensure all statutory requirements are met, along with additional goals raised by the board and issues raised by the public.


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Midpen wards and directors - 2020
Current Midpen wards and directors


August 11, 2021Study session "Redistricting 101" presentation.
August 25, 2021Board of directors to consider and adopt redistricting criteria.
October 27, 2021Board of directors to consider draft scenario ward maps
December 10, 2021End of public comment window
January 26, 2022Public Meeting - Recommendation of final scenario maps
March 23, 2022Board of directors to vote on new ward map
Spring 2022Submit adopted maps to county election offices