Council Redistricting 2011
Redistricting for Baltimore City is the process of dividing the City into districts of approximately equal population for the election of members to serve on the City Council. The Mayor and City Council are responsible for redrawing city council districts. Baltimore redistricts every 10 years after the decennial census is completed.
On Monday, January 31, 2011 Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake introduced her redistricting plan to the City Council.
Click HERE for an overview of the Mayor's plan.
Click HERE to view a PDF file of the Mayor's proposed plan in a map layout.
Click HERE to view a PDF file of the final citywide map adopted by the City Council.
On Thursday, February 8, John T. Willis, consulting attorney for redistricting, addressed the Redistricting Committee on issues related to the redistricting process. Click HERE to view the full briefing packet presented to the Committee, including the Plan of Action for the redistricting process.