2022 Redistricting

Updated: May 25, 2022

City Council approved a new Council District map on May 24, 2022. The new map is effective immediately upon being passed. It will be used in all future elections.

New District Council Map approved May 24, 2022


Below is background information on the redistricting process as well as agendas and minutes to redistricting City Council meetings.


The City of Midland is in the process of redistricting City Council districts. According to the 2020 United States Census data, the City of Midland Council Member Districts are not of sufficiently equal population and must be redrawn to comply with the one-person, one-vote principle established by the United States Constitution. 

Redistricting is required when there is a population deviation of more than 10 percent between the most populous and least populous district. City of Midland Council District 1 is the most populous and District 3 is the least populous district. The deviation between these two districts is 32.17 percent. As a result, redistricting is needed to balance the single-member districts. 

Previous District Map


The purpose of the public hearing is to discuss potential options for drawing new district boundaries that comply with applicable law.

Members of the public may provide comments and submit redistricting proposals for the Council to consider. All redistricting proposals and comments should be submitted in accordance with Midland City Council Resolution 2022-024. Please see Redistricting Public Hearing Guidelines link below for more details.
Redistricting Public Hearing Guidelines

Comments and plans may be submitted by email to kdanley@midlandtexas.gov.

Redistricting Timeline:

February 22, 2022 - City Council Meeting
March 24, 2022 - Special Meeting 
April 26, 2022 - Public hearing on proposed plans
City Council Chambers
10AM & 6PM


May 24, 2022 - Adoption of Redistricting Map