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The 2021 King County Districting Committee is responsible for redrawing King County Council Districts using 2020 Census data. By law, district boundaries must be realigned every 10 years to reflect changes in population distribution. This means that your current King County Council District and Councilmember may change. Find out how you can get involved and and contact the committee about how district boundary changes might impact you and your community on our participate page. 

The King County Districting Committee will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, November 30 at 2 p.m. to review and seek community input on a final draft map. For information on how to join the meeting, please visit the Participate page.

The final draft map is available on the Draft Map Plans page. In addition to the public hearing, comments can be submitted by email at  

The committee held a series of community listening sessions over the summer and town hall meetings in the fall. Learn more about the meetings here

The King County Districting Committee is an independent, non-partisan committee made up of volunteers that includes four members appointed by the King County Council and a fifth member selected by the committee who also serves as chair.

Regular meetings of the Districting Committee are held on the second and fourth Thursday of the month from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. More details are available here

The committee welcomes your questions, input, and public comment throughout the redistricting process at

Sign up for meeting notices and updates:
Provide input on redistricting:
View the final draft map:
2020 CENSUS DATA IS HERE! See which districts need to grow and which need to shrink:
Learn about the current King County Council districts:

Project Milestones

Part 1 | Establishing Committee and Core Functions:

Part 2 | Planning and Phase 1 Community Outreach:

Part 3 | Data Analysis, Map Drafting and Phase 2 Community Outreach:

Phase 4 | Finalize and Adopt the Plan: