Redistricting Census Information

2020 Census & Redistricting

2021 County Precinct Redistricting

The adopted Commissioner, Justice of the Peace, and Constable precinct map, as a result of the 2020 Census, is now available. Due to delays in the U.S. Census Bureau releasing 2020 Census data to the states for redistricting purposes, the timeline for undertaking redistricting in Texas was modified this year. All changes must be submitted by November 13, 2021. The Williamson County Commissioners Court adopted the redistricting map at their meeting on November 9, 2021. You can check which Commissioner/Justice of the Peace/Constable precinct you are in according to, by viewing the County Address Search.

Williamson County Voter Precincts

The Voting Precincts Map (PDF) was approved by the Commissioners Court on December 14, 2021. In order to meet deadlines associated with the March 1, 2022, primary election, all commissioner's courts must order changes to boundary lines of county election precincts no later than December 30, 2021.

The adopted maps are effective beginning January 1, 2022.

2020 Census Data

The U.S. Census Bureau has released limited data intended for redistricting to the states. This data contains population and limited demographic information broken down to the Census Block level. This data can be accessed at the new American Fact Finder website.

The Census Bureau's press release on new redistricting data can be found on the Census.gov - September 16, 2021 page.