District Map Viewer
The 'Available Layers' tool (stacked sheets icon in the upper right) controls which layers are drawn. For each district boundary layer included, there is an associated solid fill layer towards the bottom of the list. To find which district is associated with an address, search for the address and then click on the map. See additional notes below the map.
- The address search function uses a commercial geocoding service. While locations returned are typically accurate, they should not be considered definitive, especially in rural areas.
- Included in the map is a 'Voting District', or 'VTD' layer. VTDs represent voter precincts as they were captured for the 2010 decennial census. Current voter precincts remain largely the same, though they have evolved somewhat since that time.
- Districts are constructed using census geography. This corresponds with decennial census population counts, upon which district plans must be based. The reference layers listed above the district layers all derive from 2010 census geography, and will therefore align with district boundaries.
- The viewer uses non-census base maps, the features of which may not align with district boundaries. To resolve very specific boundary questions, it is sometimes necessary to refer to the census base geography with which the districts were originally drawn.