Redistricting 2010 - 2012
|As a result of the 2010 Decennial Census, many jurisdictions across the United States must redraw their internal district lines, and Skagit County is one of those jurisdictions. This area of our website contains information about Skagit County's redistricting efforts.|
If you have any questions regarding redistricting, please contact our office.
To make the information easier to view, we have broken the precinct changes into categories. Each category has its own page. Please click the category that you are looking for below.
If you do not know your precinct number, you can find it by clicking the MyVote logo below.
The following terms have been used in the precinct descriptions to help condense the information and make it easier to read.
||Simple English description of changes.|
||The legal description of the precinct's external boundaries.|
||Precinct changed districts, but no changes to the precinct's |
||There were no changes at all to either legal descriptions or districts.|
Minor changes to legal descriptions that could include:
- Jurisdiction lines changed;
- Changes to reflect newer, more accurate mapping locations;
- Requirements to fully precinct the entire county, including formerly unprecincted areas on both land and in the water.
Note: Some precinct's external boundaries changed, requiring new legal descriptions. Other precincts changed districts, but did not change their external boundaries and so require no new legal descriptions. There were also precincts that had absolutely no changes.
To view legal descriptions of precincts that did not change, click here. Once on the page choose Title 01, Chapter 1.20 Voting Precincts.
|Congressional and Legislative District lines|
Note: We do not have legal descriptions for the Congressional and Legislative Districts. If you would like to view more information for these districts, please click here.
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