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District Election Mapping

District Election Mapping


On December 13, 2016, City Council declared the results of the November 8, 2016 General Municipal Election, which included the passage of Measure II – By-District Elections.  At  that same meeting, City Council directed the Mayor and City Clerk to execute Ordinance No. 3230 which establishes by-district elections of five council members.

Passage of Measure II means voters in two districts will vote for their district’s City Council Member in November 2018 and voters in the remaining three districts will cast ballots for a City Council Member to represent their respective districts in November 2020.

On March 7, 2017, City Council determined that District 3 and District 5 will have an election for their City Council Member representative in 2018. Districts 1, 2 and 4 will vote to elect their City Council Member representative in 2020.

District Map Lookup

To view the District Map and lookup your district by your address, please click map.



 Two plaintiffs sued the City of Fullerton in late 2014 for allegedly violating the California Voting Rights Act.  The plaintiffs claim the City's at-large elections allegedly dilute the voting power of minority voters and/or prevent them from electing the candidate(s) of their choice.  The City has entered into a settlement agreement with the plaintiffs to settle the litigation by placing a ballot measure before the voters in November 2016 to establish a district-based election system.

This page will provide access to all things related to the district based elections mapping process including, but not limited to, notices of all public meetings, public notices, press releases, agenda reports, maps and supporting documents. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Lucinda Williams, City Clerk at (714) 738-6355 or email districtelections@cityoffullerton.com.