November 6 Update: The Council unanimously selected map 117B. See the “Draft Maps” page for details of this map.
October 28 Update: Residents proposed three revised versions of earlier maps. These new maps have been added to the “Draft Maps” page of this website.
October 24 Update: The Council has selected four maps as their “focus” maps. Take a look at the “Draft Maps” page of this website, and let the City Council know what you like or dislike about these maps.
The City Council is asking for your help planning our City’s change to by-district Council elections. Roseville, like more than 100 cities and 200 school districts across the state, is making a change in how voters elect the City Council.
Beginning in 2020, City Council members will be elected district by district, instead of the current at-large citywide elections in which all voters have the ability to vote for all City Council seats.
We need your help to make this change!
The primary goal when drawing Council election districts is to draw lines that keep neighborhoods together. So the Council wants to know: what do you consider the boundaries of your neighborhood?
You can review and comment on the draft maps.
And you can attend a Council hearing on this topic and share your thoughts.