Enacted and Presented Plans 2022
Visit the Enacted and Presented Plans page to see proposed Redistricting plans.
Public Map Submissions Instructions:
- Members of the public and organizations who would like to submit redistricting map plans to the Legislature must complete a Submission Form for each plan submitted.
- Submissions must be sponsored by a current member of the Kansas Legislature, and such information must accompany each submission. Sponsors must either sign the form, or must contact KLRD by email to acknowledge sponsorship. Maps will not be processed until sponsorship information is provided.
- All map submissions must follow the requirements of the 2022 Technical Committee Rules. Please see below for additional clarifications.
- The Technical Rules specify racial data for 5 races is needed. However, only a total population for each piece of geography is needed.
- Some software and websites may generate a block equivalency file without quotation marks, for example: 200019501000101, 008. Quotation marks are not needed as long as the BlockID and DISTRICT information is complete.
- Plans do not need to be both comma delimited (CSV) and fixed length ASCII, as long as the underlying file is in CSV format.
Maps and Tables Showing Population Change by:
2020 Census Population Change Maps
2021 Legislative Listening Tour
Past Meetings in November 2021:
November 2021 House and Senate Redistricting Committees and Town Hall Meetings
Past Meetings in August 2021:
August 2021 House and Senate Redistricting Committees and Town Hall Meetings
Kansas Legislative District Profiles
The following maps, demographic tables and profiles are
for Kansas House and Senate districts enacted by the 2012 Legislature. The population information was
derived from the 2010 US Census of Population and Housing. The same information
is available for Kansas' 10 State Board
of Education and four Congressional districts.
House | Senate | Board
of Education | Congressional
Using this page: Links above are to information about Kansas
elected officials and the districts they represent.
member's name is a link to an HTML page on which is located the member's
picture contact information both in the district and in Topeka and committees
on which the member serves.
"Map" link takes you to a single page, black and white PDF map of the district. Each map is at a different scale and the amount of detail depends on the
geographic extent of the district.
"Profile" link takes you to a single page PDF summary of district characteristics
including population and household information.