Council Selects Its Finalist Map
On December 10, 2018, the Palm Springs City Council adopted "Palm Springs District Map v2" as the official district boundaries map and introduced an ordinance enacting district elections, click here to download the staff report. On December 19, 2018, the City Council will take final action to adopt the ordinance.
You may view this map in detail on the Interactive View Map Supplement by simply toggling on and off the various maps. The City Council encourages residents and stakeholders to submit their comments regarding the finalist map. You may submit your comments to Anthony J. Mejia, City Clerk, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
During the map drawing period, community members requested a variety of demographic information. Below is a listing of supplemental demographic maps and information which were available to the public.
Supplemental Demographic Maps (PDF files, added as requested by the City Council or the public):
- Latino percentage of Citizen Voting Age Population, by Census Block
- Black/African-American percentage of Citizen Voting Age Population, by Census Block
- Asian-American percentage of Citizen Voting Age Population, by Census Block
- Median Household Income, by Census Tract
- Gender, by Census Tract
- Population over 18 Years Old, by Census Tract
- Population over 65 Years Old, by Census Tract
- Median Age, by Census Tract
- Renters, by Census Tract
- Neighborhood Organizations Map, as of 03/22/2018
- Zoning Map, Central
- Zoning Map, North
- Zoning Map, NW and South
NOTICE: Map Drawing Period is now Closed.
The City of Palm Springs provided a variety of map drawing tools to aid residents in proposing their own district maps. The submission period ended on Monday, September 17, 2018. The City's Demographer, National Demographics Corporation, has developed 8 draft maps and the community has develop over 3o unique draft maps for City Council consideration.