Draft Maps

What do you think of the Draft Maps?
Now that they are posted below, the Council wants to hear what you like and dislike about each map.

For each draft plan, there are links to Adobe PDF maps and PDF demographic profiles. And at the top of the list is a link to an interactive map that allows you to zoom in and out to see plan details (even down to the individual house).

The Council wants to know not just which map(s) you like or dislike, but why you feel that way about each map. These are the first drafts, not necessarily the final maps, and future versions can include revisions aimed at addressing the concerns raised by residents.

Please take the time to look at them and share your thoughts, either by email to LakeForest@NDCresearch.com, by letter, at a Council meeting, or using the contact form.

And, as a reminder, you can still draw your own revisions to any of the posted Draft Maps. See the “Draw a Map” page for instructions and data to do so.

Draft Maps

Interactive Map Viewer 

This viewer is an easy-to-use way to review and compare maps, as it allows you to zoom in and out on the map details and to change the base map from streets to satellite view or topographical maps. It also allows you to add overlays for Population Unit borders and labels (from the “Draw a Map” page kits) and for Homeowner Association boundaries. But it does not allow you to create or edit a map.

Summary reports on the draft maps from the City’s demographic consultant:

1. Comments provided by the members of the public to accompany their map proposals
2. Election year sequencing options for each map
3. Summary of key statistics for each map

Note: some of the maps submitted by residents have been slightly modified by NDC to ensure contiguity of the districts and to assign any territory that was inadvertently unassigned. As a result, the demographic numbers may differ slightly from the original submission.

Full City, Population Balanced, Maps

Map 103 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 105 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 106 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 108 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 109 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 110 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 111 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 112 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 114 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 115 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 116 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 127 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts

Single-District Maps

Map 107 – PDF map 
Map 123 – PDF map
Map 124 – PDF map
Map 125 – PDF map 

Full City Maps that are almost within the 10% Population Balance limit, but not quite

Map 101 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 121 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 122 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts

Full City Maps that are not Population Balanced

Map 102 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 104 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 113 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 118 (Proposes 4 districts with an at-large Mayor)  – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 119 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 120 – PDF mapPDF demographic profile of proposed districts
Map 126 (Proposed dividing city into 3 districts) – PDF map