Represent Columbus has prepared a series of potential council district territory maps for review and comment by interested parties. JPEG Thumbnails (click to zoom) are presented for the city as a whole showing the relationship of the districts to each other, and for each of the 7 potential district. Underneath each JPG is a link to a corresponding 8.5″ x 11″ PDF that can be downloaded or printed.
This information has been sent to each of the Neighborhood Area Commissions and a large number of other neighborhood and community leaders for feedback: please do not hesitate to share this page for comment.
Citywide Plan for 7 Districts
The overview map provides a citywide view of the 7 districts, with Neighborhood Area Commission boundaries overlain.
District 1 encompasses the Northwestern areas of the city, both inside and outside of I-270.
District 2 stretches from east of N. High Street out S.R. 161 to the far northeastern reaches of the city.
District 3 map covers the area south of S.R. 161, including the North East Area, North Central Area, North and South Linden areas, Milo Grogan Area, East Columbus, Near East Area, and a portion of the Livingston Avenue Area.
District 4 is split by I-70, from S.R. 33 out into Fairfield County, and includes Berwick, Berwyn, Hamilton Avenue, Brice Road, and the Far East Area.
District 5 stretches across the south of the city, from southeast to southwest.
District 6 includes the Great Southeast, Far South, South Side, Southwest and Hilltop Area Commissions, along with the southern half of Franklinton.
The District 7 map provides a street level view of District 7, which includes northern and eastern Franklinton, Fifth by Northwest, Downtown, the Short North, University Area, and Clintonville areas.