Alaska Map by Charles Sumner circa 1867
The Board is pleased to highlight our web-based redistricting tool which allows anyone with a browser and connectivity to try their hand at drawing new legislative districts. The system uses a paint-brush method to color in each district with 1 of 40 colors.
Reports are posted on 2020 Census data. Compare 2010 to 2020 precinct populations statewide and see how the current house district populations compare to the new ideal district size of 18,335.
Today the Alaska Redistricting Board received legacy-formatted PL 94-171 Redistricting data electronically from the United States Census Bureau.
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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 >