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Our goal is to complete the redistricting process by December 1 while continuing to ensure a non-partisan redistricting process that prioritizes public hearings and public input on the process and the tentative maps. There will be two public hearings to review the maps. The maps will be posted to the St. Croix County website when they are available for review. The County Clerk’s Office and the Community Development Department are working with local municipalities on the redistricting process.
Below is a tentative timeline of the redistricting process. These dates may change.
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Under both federal and state law, local governments must redraw municipal ward boundaries and political jurisdictions every 10 years to accommodate changing population and demographic trends. This process begins after the United States Census Bureau releases the decennial census data. Local governments oversee changes in maps for city and county government.
St. Croix County is only working on redistricting for our County and local municipalities. State lawmakers draw new district lines for the state’s Assembly and Senate seats and congressional districts.
Depending on the population changes, wards, aldermanic districts, county supervisory districts, state assembly, senate, and federal congressional districts may be redrawn. Any approved changes to the maps will be updated on the St. Croix County website before December 1.
You can find your polling place and what is on your local ballot at MyVoteWI.gov
Running for Local Office:
If you want to run for County Board Supervisor in the 2022 spring election, review the updated County Supervisory District Maps to determine which district you live in and contact the County Clerk’s Office for the proper paperwork. The updated map will be available on the St. Croix County website before December 1, 2021.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the United States Census Bureau was delayed in collecting and sharing the data we need to begin the redistricting process. Due to this delay, the redistricting process is on a compressed timeline to create updated maps that accurately reflect our current population by December 1.
You can find more information about the census and redistricting on the following sites:
If you have questions that are not answered here, please contact the St. Croix County Clerk’s Office.