Submit a Draft Map

The city prefers that anyone with an internet connect submit a draft redistricting map online by going to DistrictR now (tap the purple button on the page to start drafting). There you can see other draft maps that have been submitted, as well as a brief overview of how the DistrictR map works.

If you prefer to submit a map in person or by mail, follow these instructions:

  1. Download the Redistricting 2022 map
    1. You may also pick up a copy of this document by visting the City Clerk's office (100 Santa Rosa Ave., Room 10, Santa Rosa CA 95404) during regular office hours.
  2. Draw lines on the map to create new districts
  3. Mail to/Drop-off at: 100 Santa Rosa Ave., Room 10, Santa Rosa, CA  95404

Submit a Community of Interest Map

In addition, the City is asking for the public's help in identifying "communities of interest," which are any community groups of people in the same geographically definable area who share common social and economic interests. These groups may share the same neighborhood, community benefit district, historic district, HOA, or other factor that links them together. Idenfying these communities will better assist the City in keeping these communties of interest together during the redistricting.

Residents can use DistrictR to submit a community of interest. On the page, tap the orange button to begin that process. To add add a community of interest via email or mail, follow these steps:

  • Download and fill out the Commuinty of Interest Mapping Tool (English / Spanish)
  • Submit the PDF in one of two ways:
    1. Email
      • Scan the image or take a photo of it, then
      • Email the scan/image to (subject line: COI Mapping); or
    2. Mail to/Drop-off at: 100 Santa Rosa Ave., Room 10, Santa Rosa, CA  95404