2021 Redistricting Process

Each political jurisdiction with internal boundaries is required to change boundaries to reflect current population following the completed census each decade.  Per RCW 29A.76.010 (4), the county legislative body, herein referred to as “Commissioners”, is responsible to adjust each internal district boundary to equalize the population between all three districts.  The Port of Grays Harbor and Public Utility District 1 Commissioners use the same boundaries and are affected by the changes made during the redistricting process.  The population changes from the 2020 census were applied by county staff to the current district map and changes were recommended to the Commissioners by committee.  The recommendation is currently being reviewed and a public hearing is scheduled for Tuesday November 23rd at 10:30 AM during the Regular Commissioner meeting.  After implementing any changes from the review and hearing process, the final redistricting plan is set to be approved by the Commissioners on December 7th.

Click here to view the draft resolution adopting the changes

Click here to view the map of adjusted district boundaries