District Map Proposals

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The Oakland Redistricting Commission is tasked with adopting the new district boundaries for City Council and School Board of Directors districts by December 31, 2021. District map proposals considered by the Commission will be shared on this webpage. If you would like to engage with the Commission, you can submit written comments using their online survey or draw and propose your own district map using this online tool. For upcoming meeting dates and times please visit: www.oaklandca.gov/redistricting.

All references to "traditional criteria" include equal population, contiguous and compact geographic areas that respect natural boundaries and neighborhoods, and does not consider incumbents or political party affiliations.

At it's meeting on October 13, 2021, the Redistricting Commissioners voted to prioritize review and consideration of Draft Map B and Draft Map D. A recording of the meeting can be viewed here.

Map Proposals

Posted on October 14, 2021

Draft Map D with current district lines - using traditional criteria but not beginning with the existing district boundaries as the starting basis. Draft map also factors communities of interest testimony received by the Commission.

Draft Map D with neighborhoods - using traditional criteria but not beginning with the existing district boundaries as the starting basis. Draft map also factors communities of interest testimony received by the Commission.

Draft Map B with current district lines - minimal changes to the existing district boundaries using traditional criteria and factoring communities of interest testimony received by the Commission.

Draft Map B with neighborhoods - minimal changes to the existing district boundaries using traditional criteria and factoring communities of interest testimony received by the Commission.

Interactive/online maps - follow each link to view online versions of the four initial map proposals:


Posted on October 11, 2021

Draft Map D - using traditional criteria but not beginning with the existing district boundaries as the starting basis. Draft map also factors communities of interest testimony received by the Commission.

Draft Map C - using traditional criteria but not beginning with the existing district boundaries as the starting basis.

Draft Map B - minimal changes to the existing district boundaries using traditional criteria and factoring communities of interest testimony received by the Commission.

Draft Map A - minimal changes to the existing district boundaries using traditional criteria.

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