Redistricting Information


Population shift requires Board of Trustee district boundaries to be redrawn


Due to the significant population growth in Lamar CISD between 2010 and 2020, federal law requires that the boundaries be redrawn for Board of Trustee voting districts. 

In accordance with the Voting Rights Act of 1973, single-member districts, like those in Lamar CISD, must be redrawn if the federal Census data indicates a deviation of 10 percent or more between the most populated member district and the least populated member district. Currently, Lamar CISD is divided into seven single-member districts with the residents of each district electing one Board member.  

The district held a Town Hall to discuss redistricting on August 31, 2022 (To view the meeting agenda, click HERE.)

During the meeting, three proposed plans were presented and discussed.

Please click HERE to review interactive maps of the proposed options from the August 31, 2022 Town Hall meeting.

The Board of Trustees will consider final maps and adopt a redistricting map.

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