Districts

What is My City Council District & Who Represents Me?


Six Councilmembers each represent a district; one Councilmember is "At Large".  View the 
Council Districts Map Adobe Acrobat icon which shows all districts.

  • District 1 Map Adobe Acrobat icon (green area): District 1 generally encompasses an area south of I-182, north of Court Street and east of 4th Ave.
    • This district's City Council representative is Tom Larsen.
  • District 2 Map Adobe Acrobat icon (red area): District 2 generally encompasses an area east of US395, south of "A" Street, and east of Cedar Avenue.
    • This district's City Council representative is Al Yenney.
  • District 3 Map Adobe Acrobat icon (yellow area): District 3 generally encompasses an area east of Convention Place and north of I-182.
  • District 4 Map Adobe Acrobat icon (tan area): District 4 generally encompasses an area between Convention Drive and Broadmoor Blvd (Road 100), north of Argent Road.
    • This district's City Council representative is Chi Flores.
  • District 5 Map Adobe Acrobat icon (blue area): District 5 generally encompasses the area south of I-182 and west of US 395, as well as all of the areas west of Broadmoor Blvd (Road 100).
    • This district's City Council representative is Mayor Pro-Tem Rebecca Francik.
  • District 6 Map Adobe Acrobat icon (purple area): District 6 generally encompasses the area east of 26th Avenue, west of Cedar Avenue, north of "A" Street, and south of Court Street.
    • This district's City Council representative is Bob Hoffmann.
  • One Council member is "At Large" (not assigned to a specific district): 

Council Elections


The process for elections for Councilmembers has changed to a more district-based system with all seats up for election in 2017; read more here

Voters may choose to run for election in the district in which they reside (see individual district maps above), or for the at-large seat for which there is no residency requirement (except to reside in the City). For voters interested in running for City office in 2017, please note that the week of candidate filings is May 15-19 (contact the Franklin County Auditor's office or call (509) 545-3502 for more information). The Auditor's office administers all local elections.

While in the past, voters have had the opportunity to vote for each position on the ballot for City Council in the November, or general election, the new election system means that all voting for district positions will be limited to district resident voters. 

For additional information, contact the City Manager's Office at (509) 545-3404.

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