After each decennial Census, the board must review the population in each single-member district and, if necessary, redraw those districts to equalize the number of people in each.
The 2020 Census count requires the board to adjust the boundaries of its single-member districts. On Oct. 28, the board held a public hearing to discuss a working draft of the revised district boundaries. The slides from the presentation at the public hearing can be found here and include a summary of the contemplated changes. (The board also discussed redistricting on Sept. 9 and Sept. 30.)
The interactive map below shows the current boundaries, working drafts presented to the board, and other geographical features. To turn map layers on or off, open the sidebar.