On October 8, 2018 the City Council selected Plan Lime as Livermore’s election district map for Council Members. The City Council also decided the order of districts in future elections: Districts 3 and 4 will be on the ballot in 2020, and Districts 1 and 2 will be on the ballot in 2022. The Mayor will continue to be elected at large.
On October 22, 2018, an ordinance was introduced to finalize these actions during the regular City Council Meeting.
On November 26, 2018, the ordinance was adopted during the regular City Council Meeting.
Click here to view a PDF of the Proposed Final Map Demographics.
The final map was prepared following City Council direction to consider traditional redistricting criteria; to not consider incumbency as a factor; to consider precinct boundaries where those would not result in division of a census geography; to consider public testimony relating to communities of interest; including potential boundaries identified in the Council’s discussion (such as starting at First Street and Livermore Avenue as the starting point to divide into quadrants); and following natural geographic boundaries.
For more information regarding Council action and the criteria for establishing boundaries, staff reports and meeting videos are available for review. You may also contact the City Clerk's Office.
Do you have input regarding district-based elections? Send us an email! Written comments may also be dropped off or mailed to the City Clerk at 1052 S. Livermore Avenue, Livermore, CA 94550.