Draw a Map

Elections Code Section 21628(g) requires these districting webpages to be maintained for 10 years after the adoption of council district boundaries. No modifications were made after final map adoption on March 15, 2022.

Members of the public are invited to draft and submit maps depicting their communities of interest. Please send all suggested maps to redistricting@campbellca.gov, or mail a hard copy to the Campbell City Hall. Once received, all submitted  maps will be reviewed by the demographic consultants who will generate population and other demographic details for each proposed map. All submitted maps can be viewed on the Draft Maps page. It is helpful if you submit written comments with your map describing how your map was drawn to meet the required criteria.  An example of this would be describing the specific neighborhoods or communities of interest that are kept within a single district.

Below are two different mapping tool options to assist the public in drawing a district map for consideration. There are different tools for different purposes, and different tools for different levels of technical skill and interest. 


Dave's Redistricting (DRA 2020) – an online map drawing tool to draw neighborhoods or communities of interest. Save your map directly in this tool for consideration in the redistricting process. To first use this tool, you will need to click Sign up and create a login and password. Review the Instruction Guide below for step by step instructions. After you have drawn your map, please send an email to redistricting@campbellca.gov with the name of your map. This will ensure that your suggested draft map is included in the map review process.

If you would like to submit a map created using your own software, please email redistricting@campbellca.gov and include: (1) a GIS Shapefile and/or a Census Block equivalency file (using 2020 Census Blocks); and, (2) a description of the choices and key points of your map. 

Paper-only - maps for those without internet access or who prefer to use paper and pencil.

  • Blank Citywide Map
  • Alternatively, you can submit any form of hand-drawn map that identifies street names.

The City Clerk's Office hosted a Community Workshop on January 15, 2022 to help interested individuals with drawing a draft map for consideration. You can view a video recording of the Public Workshop here. 

The final deadline to submit a draft district map for consideration was February 18, 2022. The Campbell City Council held its final public hearing on March 1, 2022 to review all submitted maps and make a final selection.