District Elections

The City of Glendale has passed a resolution of intent to change from citywide elections to district elections to elect its City Councilmembers. The City is considering a plan for six (6) separate council districts and a directly elected mayor. If this plan is put before Glendale voters and approved in 2024, this would take effect beginning with Council elections starting in 2026. Voters would have the opportunity to elect one City Councilmember who lives in and is elected by voters in their district and all Glendale voters would vote to select their next Mayor.

We need your help to draw the proposed City Council districts!

One of our primary goals when drawing City Council districts is to draw lines that respect neighborhoods and communities of interest. So we want to know: What do you consider the boundaries of your neighborhood? Which areas should be in just one district for fair representation?


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Districting Pros and Cons
How to Participate?

Share your specific thoughts, draw a map, or attend an upcoming workshop to get involved!

At the hearings and workshops, we encourage members of the public to share one or more of the following items:

  • Define your neighborhood or community of interest
  • Explain why you believe districting is relevant to your community
  • Get the tools you need to draw a map of one district or of all 6 districts
  • Share your opinions of the draft maps
  • Talk to your neighbors and local organizations
  • Ask questions or provide general comments about the districting process