Redistricting is a process of redrawing legislative districts that takes place every 10 years following the United States Census. While the final map is decided by vote of the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners, Hillsborough County welcomes resident input throughout the process.
Below you can find information about Hillsborough County’s redistricting process and how you can get involved.
If you would like to attend an open house and give your comment in-person, you can join Hillsborough County staff at any of these four open houses:
- District 1 - Monday, September 20 at 6 PM in Ruskin Branch Library
- District 2 - Tuesday, September 21 at 6 PM in Jimmie B. Keel Regional Library
- District 3 - Wednesday, September 22 at 6 PM in All Peoples Life Center
- District 4 - Friday, September 24 at6 PM in Bloomingdale Regional Library
You can also provide your input via our virtual public input engagement. The online engagement will be open from Sunday, September 19 at 12 AM - Saturday, September 25 at 11:59 PM.
- Redistricting Plan
- Redistricting Timeline
- 2020 Census Data Summary
- Redistricting Map D
- Redistricting Map E
- Redistricting Map F
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Redistricting?
Redistricting is the constitutionally-mandated redrawing of local, state, and federal political boundaries every 10 years following the federal Census to account for changes in population during the previous decade.
In-person public engagement opportunities are available on the dates and locations above. For residents unable to attend in person, an online engagement opportunity will be open for residents to give their input.
Hillsborough County will also be holding hearings and workshops to receive public input on where district lines should be drawn.