Every 10 years following the federal census, all federal, state and local election district boundaries must be redrawn or revised if a population imbalance of more than 10% exists.
Since the overall population deviation for the City of Cleburne’s single-member districts was at approximately 18%, the four council districts needed to be redrawn to comply with federal and state laws.
The city council approved the proposed redistricting drawing after a thorough process of meetings, which included a public hearing. View the approved redistricting maps and demographic tables here. The redrawn lines will be in effect for the next council election on May 6, 2023. View more information about the redistricting process here.