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Redistricting Documents Online

This week, legislative leaders decided to create an online archive of the redistricting documents responsive to two partisan GRAMA requests.  Read more

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Legislative Enrolled Maps

After months of hard work, the redistricting process came to a close during the legislative special session, held in October. The Legislature approved the final maps, and Governor Herbert signed them into law. Each of the maps can be found below:

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Redistricting 101

State governments redraw district boundaries every ten years based on results of the most recent census and reapportionment results. Using results from the 2010 Census, the Utah State Legislature will redraw districts for the United States House of Representatives, the Utah House of Representatives, the Utah Senate, and the Utah State Board of Education. Read more

Recent Articles

25
Feb
SB0224

2013 General Session: S.B. 224, State Board of Education Boundary Amendments

This bill:

*  adopts the school board district boundaries adjusted and approved by the lieutenant governor and used in the November 2012 election, which reconcile United States Census Bureau geographic data with state geographic data for:

-  county boundaries;

-  municipal boundaries; and

-  school district boundaries;

*  incorporates one small doughnut hole with the district that completely surrounds the doughnut hole;

*  removes references to census blocks that are now incorporated in the shapefile;

*  adjusts a section of the boundary between State Board of Education districts 3 and 14 to align with a county boundary change between Millard and Juab counties; and

*  establishes the board shapefile in the electronic file, which is part of this bill in electronic form, as the legal boundaries of State Board of Education districts.

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25
Feb
SB0223

2013 General Session: S.B. 223, State Senate Boundary Amendments

This bill:

*  adopts the Senate district boundaries adjusted and approved by the lieutenant governor and used in the November 2012 election, which reconcile United States Census Bureau geographic data with state geographic data for:

-  county boundaries;

-  municipal boundaries; and

-  school district boundaries;

*  incorporates two small doughnut holes with the district that completely surrounds the doughnut hole;

*  removes references to census blocks that are now incorporated in the shapefile; and

*  establishes the Senate shapefile in the electronic file, which is part of this bill in electronic form, as the legal boundaries of Utah State Senate districts.

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25
Feb
House_ENROLLED_HB3001S06

2013 General Session: H.B. 366, State House Boundary Amendments

This bill:

* adopts the House district boundaries adjusted and approved by the lieutenant governor and used in the November 2012 election, which reconcile United States Census Bureau geographic data with state geographic data for:

-  county boundaries;

-  municipal boundaries; and

-  school district boundaries;

* incorporates five small doughnut holes with the district that completely surrounds the doughnut hole;

* corrects seven other discontiguous polygons;

* adjusts a section of the boundary between State House districts 58 and 68 to align with a county boundary change between Millard and Juab counties;

* removes references to census blocks that are now incorporated in the shapefile; and

* establishes the House shapefile in the electronic file, which is part of this bill in electronic form, as the legal boundaries of State House districts.

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25
Feb
Congress_ENROLLED_SB3002S19

2013 General Session: H.B. 367, Congressional Boundary Amendments

This bill:

*  adopts the United States Congressional district boundaries adjusted and approved by the lieutenant governor and used in the November 2012 election, which reconcile United States Census Bureau geographic data with state geographic data for:

-  county boundaries; and

-  municipal boundaries;

*  adjusts a section of the boundary between United States Congressional districts 2 and 4 to align with a county boundary change between Millard and Juab counties; and

*  establishes the congressional shapefile in the electronic file, which is part of this bill in electronic form, as the legal boundaries of the four United States Congressional districts for Utah.

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24
Feb
new redist

Redistricting Technical Changes Adopted

On January 30th, Governor Gary Herbert signed into law SB 125, HB 286, and HB 287, three bills that incorporated minor technical tweaks to the districts for State Senate, State House, and State Board of Education.  The following link to the Lieutenant Governor’s web page displays the updated maps.

Updated Maps

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24
Jan

Redistricting Technical Changes

At the request of county clerks around the state of Utah, the Utah State Legislature in conjunction with the Lieutenant Governor’s Office has proposed minor modifications to the redistricting maps passed during the special session in October 2011.  These changes are necessitated by small voting precincts and incorrect municipal boundaries provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.  The following links lead to pdf’s with the proposed changes and the relevant bill pages. Read more »

20
Jan
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Lieutenant Governor Greg Bell: 2012 Political District Maps

The Lieutenant Governor’s Office launched the Utah Political District Maps website that displays interactive maps of the State House, State Senate, State Board of Education and Congressional Districts recently passed by the Utah State Legislature.  These maps are considered the official boundary maps for the four types of districts.  This site will also incorporate minor technical changes allowed by S.B. 3005, a bill passed at the end of the redistricting special session.

A link to this web site is provided below.

2012 Political District Maps

30
Nov
old utah map

Online Redistricting Tool Contract Ending

The contract for the Online Redistricting Tool ends on December 7, 2011.  Consequently, the Tool will no longer be available.  However, www.redistrictutah.com along with all the posted plans, comments, redistricting information, etc. will be available for the foreseeable future.

29
Nov
Fair 4 Utah Compromise

Congress: Leonard S. Plaizier “Fair 4 Utah Compromise”

Deviation From Ideal Population

Largest District: 0.00% (+1 people)

Smallest District: 0.00% (-0 people)

The following plan was submitted by Leonard S. Plaizier through the online redistricting tool.  This plan is also publicly available within the online tool. Read more »