UpdatesCatch up on the latest happenings with the Utah Legislative Redistricting Committee
The redistricting software is now available for Utahns to draw maps to submit to the Legislative Redistricting Committee. Utahns may submit map suggestions for Utah’s Congressional, legislative and school board districts.
A step-by-step guide on how to draw and submit a map using the Esri redistricting software.
The Legislative Redistricting Committee released the state’s first analysis of the 2020 Census data showing how population shifts over the last decade will force changes to current district boundaries. As the fastest-growing state in the nation, Utah grew by 18.4 percent since 2010. However, the analysis shows not all areas of the state grew evenly.
The U.S. Census Bureau released official PL94-171 redistricting data on August 12, 2021. The following graphs, tables, and maps are based on the total population counts for Utah’s Congressional, Legislative, and State School Board districts.
The Legislative Redistricting Committee updated two public hearing dates.
Once the 2020 U.S. Census data is released, the 20-member bipartisan Legislative Redistricting Committee will travel across Utah and hold public hearings to gather input, listen to constituents and receive feedback.
A comprehensive overview of the redistricting process.
More than 450 people are expected this week in Salt Lake City as the National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) will host its final “Get Ready to Redistrict” seminar. The “Get Ready to Redistrict” is the largest redistricting conference of its kind and aims to deliver knowledge and practical instruction to prepare states for the upcoming redistricting process.
The official nonpartisan Legislative redistricting website is now live. The website will contain the most up-to-date redistricting information and will provide details on how Utahns can participate in the process.
Utah’s Legislative Redistricting Committee outlines the redistricting process and timeline to address delays caused by COVID-19.