Latest Update:

On April 4th, the City Council selected "Map 2B Renumbered" as its preferred map and directed staff to prepare an Ordinance adopting that map for introduction during the Council's April 18th meeting.


Changing Council Elections in Redlands


The City Council is asking for your help planning our City's change to by-district Council elections.


Redlands, like a number of cities, school districts and other local elected bodies in the region and across the state, is making a change. Beginning in 2018, City Council members will be elected by voting districts instead of “at-large” citywide elections.


This change will bring an increased neighborhood focus to the Council and will make it easier for potential candidates to run for office, in addition to protecting the City from potential California Voting Rights Act litigation costs that could easily run into the millions of dollars.


We need your help to make this change!


​The primary goal when drawing Council election districts is to draw lines that keep neighborhoods together. But what do you consider the boundaries of your neighborhood? The Council wants to hear from you!


Much more information will be posted to this page as the process moves forward.

Next Step:


Council Public Hearing:
April 18th, 2017 at 6 pm

Redlands Civic Center, 35 Cajon St # 200, Redlands, CA 92373



Draft Maps:

The Council's current preferred map, along with earlier maps drawn by the City's consultant and by Redlands residents, is now available
​on the "Draft Maps" page.


And the consultant's presentation from the January 3, 2017, Council Hearing is posted on the News & Reports page.


Draw the Future: the City of Redlands Districting Project

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