Every 10 years, Dallas ISD participates in redistricting to better ensure appropriate representation based on the shifts in population trends. Redistricting is the process by which the boundaries of the Dallas ISD Board of Trustees Single Member Districts (SMDs) are periodically redrawn in response to changes in population as measured by the decennial federal census. This page will serve to keep citizens informed about the process and provide an opportunity for you to share your input by participating in surveys and interactive maps. Our goal is to ensure that the current redistricting process is in alignment with our community’s values and that we are providing the information and resources our community needs.
Dallas ISD will hold two TeleTown Hall Meetings—on Oct. 25 and Nov. 15—to discuss and answer questions about redistricting. Dallas ISD families and registered voters will receive a call on each date inviting them to stay on the line to participate in the meeting. People who are interested in participating can ensure they receive a call by registering for the teletown halls at the link below. Anyone who misses the call will be able to participate via a web simulcast in English and Spanish that will be available the day of the meeting.
Redistricting Map Tutorial with Drawing Feature