Franklin County Board of Commissioner's Redistricting

FRANKLIN COUNTY BEGINS REDISTRICTING PROCESS

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2020 Census results require Franklin County to redraw existing districts for the Board of County Commissioners and the Board of Education.

CLICK HERE FOR: 2021 GUIDE TO FRANKLIN COUNTY REDISTRICTING FOR COUNTY COMMISSION AND SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICTS

CLICK HERE FOR: CURRENT FRANKLIN COUNTY DISTRICT MAP

CITIZEN INPUT - SUBMIT YOUR MAP

Using the Guide to establish the maximum population range for a district, citizens can submit proposed Franklin County district maps by printing the two maps below – precinct and census block – and marking their suggested district lines. Citizens can propose a complete plan or a partial plan.

Citizens maps should be submitted to the Franklin County Clerk to the Board of Commissioners, 113 Market Street, Louisburg, NC 27549 by September 272021. Maps can be mailed, delivered or emailed (kking@franklincountync.us) but all maps must arrive no later than 5pm on September 27, 2021 in order to be considered. 

CLICK HERE FOR: FRANKLIN COUNTY CENSUS BLOCKS

CLICK HERE FOR: FRANKLIN COUNTY CENSUS TRACTS & POPULATION

POTENTIAL DISTRICT MAPS 

District Map Option #1

 

District Map Option #2

 

District Map Option #3 District Map Option #4

PUBLIC HEARING - REDISTRICTING
October 18, 2021 at 7pm - Franklin County Board of Commissioner Meeting, 113 Market Street, Louisburg, NC

The public will take notice that the Franklin County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Monday, October 18, 2021, during the meeting beginning at 7:00 P.M. in the County Commissioners Meeting Room, Franklin County Administration Building, 113 Market Street, Louisburg, NC. The purpose of the hearing is to receive comment from the public on redistricting plans being considered by the Board of Commissioners for the 2022 Elections and thereafter until 2030. Some suggested redistricting maps are available for review on the County’s website at https://www.franklincountync.us/commissioners/franklin-county-redistricting-alternatives and at the Office of the County Clerk. No other suggested maps were received from the public after advertising how additional suggested maps could be submitted. The public hearing provides the opportunity for the public to speak about the suggested maps or redistricting generally within the allotted time.

Please monitor this webpage for additional details and updated information.