Redistricting

The Las Cruces City Charter requires that there be a “periodic review of the boundaries of the districts” and that each Council district “shall contain as nearly as possible substantially the same population-based upon the most recent federal census.” City Council passed Resolution 22-031 creating an ad hoc committee to work with Research & Polling, Inc. to provide public input and evaluate various redistricting proposals.  The committee is made up of 7 members, one from each district and one at large position.  All meetings are open to the public and agendas can be found here

City Charter 

Resolution 22-031 

Redistricting Ad Hoc Committee Member List

Minutes

Maps of Redistricting Concepts

Current Districts Map (PDF)

The City Council reviewed the concepts maps at a work session on September 12, 2022, and agreed to bring back the following maps for a final decision at a council meeting.

Concept Map J (PDF)

Concept Map K (PDF)

For feedback or comments, please email your respective city councilor or the mayor.