Draft Maps

Final District Map

Vallejo City Council selected the following map to be implemented in 2020 during the July 9 council meeting. The election sequencing will be as follows: Districts 1 , 3, and 6 will hold district elections in 2020. Districts 2, 4, and 5 will hold district elections in 2022. The ordinance to adopt district based elections can be found here.

Click here to view the submitted district maps in our interactive public participation kit. This tool allows you to view the census blocks where the current city council reside, zoom in and out of maps, easily view demographic information, and much more!

Map Key: The first digit of the map identifies the number of districts used. The last two digits represent the order in which the map was received by the City Clerk's Office.

Map 616
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Previous Draft Maps

Map 609
Map 609 Data

Map 610
Map 610 Data
Map 611
Map 611 Data

Map 604
Map 604

Map 605b
Map 605b
Map Submitter Comments: I think this map makes sense because it follows natural divides among geographical areas.

Map 606
Map 606

Map Submitter Comments 606: This design plan gives each proposed district some property along the waterfront to assure that each councilmember will be a stakeholder in the maintenance and upkeep of Vallejo's prize possession.

Map 807
Map 807

Map 608Map 608
Map Submitter Comments: This map is an attempt to give the various demographics groups an opportunity to elect someone from their area. It also tries to some extent to keep neighborhoods intact in a district.

Map 609
Map 609
Map Submitter Comments: I think this map makes sense due to the diversity of the population and wages.

Map 616
Map 616
Map Submitter Comments: Link

Map 611
Map 611
Map 617
Map 617
Map Submitter Comments: I think this map makes sense because this is where I live.

Map 513
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Map 614b
Map 614b

Map Submitter Comments: Drawn to comply with all legal requirements; to respect communities of interest as much as possible; to follow major roads and other easily identifiable borders as much as possible; and to be as compact as possible; while avoiding pairing any current Councilmembers so that the voters, rather than the demographer's lines, decide which Councilmembers have earned reelection.

Map 615b
Map 615b

Map Submitter Comments: A revision of map 614 drawn with one pairing of two Councilmembers, allowing the map to be more compact and more community-driven, while still meeting all legal requirements and following major roads and other easily identifiable borders as much as possible.

Map 617Map 617

Map 618Map 618
Map Submitter Comments: Link

Map 619Map 619
Map 620
Map 620

Map Submitter Comments: Link

Map 621
Map 620
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