Redistricting is the process of adjusting the geographical boundaries of congressional, state legislative, and local electoral districts to account for shifts in population over time. Municipalities in Wisconsin are required to adjust their municipal ward boundaries following the decennial Federal Census. Ward boundaries are intended to be as permanent as possible, with changes made only to accommodate changes in population, alterations in municipal boundaries, and the mathematical requirements of creating electoral districts of equal population.
Nearly all of the Ward and District boundaries needed to be adjusted. See how it will affect you by clicking on the link below.
The proposed Ward Plans (below) will be discussed at the October 5, 2021 Committee of the Whole meeting at 6:30 pm in the Council Chambers, 224 E. Jefferson Street or via Zoom using the link in the Public Notice below. The plans are scheduled to be voted on by the Common Council at the October 19, 2021 Common Council meeting, immediately following the Committee of the Whole meeting at 6:30 pm in the Council Chambers or via Zoom using the link in the Public Notice. Public attendance is encourage. View the Public Notice here