redistricting council districts

Submissions are now over for the Council Districts
The plan "perfect plan" was adopted by the city council

instruction steps

  • District 1
  • District 2
  • District 3
  • District 4
  • District 5
  • Unassign
Council Districts
Council Districts
Precinct Information
Precinct
Population
Google Chart
Population levels must get close to the green bar to submit plan.
Google Chart
Try to get either Hispanic or Black Single Race for 2 districts to, but not above, the green line (53-55%).
Google Chart
Try to make 5 Republican and 0 Democratic districts.
District Statistics
District Population
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Disclaimer

This system is subject to current public information rules and regulations. Information presented on this web site is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Provo City and its data providers give no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, precision, timeliness, completeness, or any other aspect of the data presented. The publisher and data providers assume no liability for damage arrising from the use of this web site or the data provided herein. Plans submitted by users are public records and are subject to Utah Public Records Law.

The United States, like many countries, conducts a decennial census of the population, and soon thereafter redistricting begins in earnest across the nation. There are few times lines are drawn on maps that have greater impact on the lives of citizens. Provo City is liberating redistricting for the city council districts and board of education districts. Using this site, citizens can create district plans and become equal partners in the redistricting process.

About the Data

Demographic data is provided by the 2010 Census conducted by the US Census Bureau. Demographic data was aggragated from Census Blocks to Provo City Voting Precincts using the following methodology:

  • Census Block geometry for Provo City was extracted from Census Tiger Files and projected to NAD 1983 State Plane Utah Central International Feet (EPSG 4302).
  • Census Block centroids were intersected with and summarized by Voting Precinct polygons.

Census data used for redistricting includes total population (P0020001).

About the site

This site was created by Provo City GIS using free and open source software: jQuery, OpenLayers, PHP, PostgreSQL, PostGIS, ColorBox, jNotify, Fusion Tables, and Google Maps API.

To foster collaboration and ensure public trust, the source code for this site has been released under an open source license (MIT).

Disclaimer

This system is subject to current public information rules and regulations. Information presented on this web site is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Provo City and its data providers give no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, precision, timeliness, completeness, or any other aspect of the data presented. The publisher and data providers assume no liability for damage arrising from the use of this web site or the data provided herein. Plans submitted by users are public records and are subject to Utah Public Records Law.