Alaska Map by Charles Sumner circa 1867
Alaska's resident population as of April 1, 2020 was 733,391 which means the target population for each of Alaska's 40 House districts will be 18,335 for the coming redistricting cycle.
On April 1, the U.S. Census notified the Board that Redistricting data will be available the 3rd week of August in a "legacy format", weeks earlier than the previous Sept 30 deadline.
In public meetings on Dec. 29 and Jan. 26 the Board unanimously adopted a revised procurement code and suite of open meetings, records, compensation and travel policies.
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The current Alaska House districts have been in effect since the summer of 2013 and do not reflect the forthcoming census enumeration. View Gallery >
See zoomed-in maps on Southcentral districts from the 2010 redistricting cycle. View Breakout Maps >
These maps for the Fairbanks/North Pole districts reflect the 2010 redistricting cycle. View Breakout Map >
These maps reflect the 2010-2013 redistricting cycle and do not reflect the 2020 census information View Southeast Map >