The 2021 Redistricting Commission has finished its work. The next Redistricting Commission will convene in 2031 to redraw district maps.

Washington State Redistricting Commission

The Legislature has adopted amended Legislative and Congressional District maps. Final maps now available.

Final Amended Maps are now available to the public.

The Washington State Legislature adopted final amended maps on February 8, 2022.

You can download full state legislative and congressional district maps, each individual district map, or zipped packages of all maps, district data and shapefiles, and commission publications, including the Commission Report to the Legislature, the 2021 District Map Book, and a poster-sized district road map.

Thank you to the thousands of citizens that engaged with the redistricting process.

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Under the leadership of the most diverse Commission ever appointed, staff executed a public outreach campaign to solicit the people for their input into the mapping process and its outcomes. Between public commentary at 17 public outreach meetings and 22 business meetings, more than 400 state residents delivered live public testimony about maps or about the Commission’s processes.

The Commission would like to sincerely thank all the residents of Washington who took time to educate themselves and engage with the Commission over the last 10 months.

Commissioners received more than 2,750 comments on their draft maps or on the old maps, and more than 3,000 sent an email, commented through the website form, mailed a letter, or left a voicemail. Finally, utilizing a mapping tool made available to the public on the Commission’s website, 1,300 maps were created, of which 12 were formally submitted as third-party maps.

This level of public involvement was historic, and the Commission thanks all those who took the time and energy to engage with redistricting process. The public’s contribution to this process brought great value and insight to this work.