Residents can comment on proposed redistricting maps during the public comment meeting scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 22, in the Council Chamber at City Hall, 200 Texas St. The City Council is currently considering three proposed redistricting maps, but welcomes comments on any proposed map that meets the Council’s redistricting criteria.
This is a regularly scheduled Public Comment Meeting, and comments can be made on multiple topics, including redistricting.
The Fort Worth City Council is nearing the conclusion of a redistricting process that will increase the size of the council from nine to 11 members. View the maps being considered on the city's redistricting webpage.
Advance registration to speak at Tuesday's public comment meeting is required and must be received no later than two hours before the posted start time of the public meeting. How to register:
- Online using the speaker card. To register online, click on the agenda for the meeting date; open the document and then click on Speaker/Comment card.
- Call the City Secretary’s Office at 817-392-6150.
- Complete a speaker card in-person in the City Secretary’s Office at City Hall at least two hours before the state of the meeting.
At 8:30 a.m. March 23, the City Council will conduct a special work session for redistricting map drawing in Room 2020 at City Hall.
A final redistricting map is expected to be approved this spring ahead of the May 2023 municipal elections.
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