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Maps

Below are district maps for Federal, State, County, and City of Gainesville districts within Alachua County. These maps are in PDF format.

Current Boundary Maps
Please Note: These maps are new for the 2016 Fall elections. Be sure to double check current boundaries and district information. They reflect the Court Ordered Redistricting for the 2016 Elections, and went into effect after the March 15, 2016 Presidential Preference Primary Election. All of Alachua County is now in State Senate District 8 (no incumbent), and U.S. Congressional District 3 (Ted Yoho, Incumbent). The statewide new district maps for State Senate and U.S. Congress adopted by the Courts in December of 2015 may be found at the official Senate Website: https://www.flsenate.gov/session/redistricting

Precinct Boundaries
U.S. Congressional Districts
State House Districts
State Senate Districts
County Commission Districts
County School Board Districts
City of Gainesville Districts


2012 Redistricting Boundary Maps
These maps were adopted to implement the 2010 Census and redistricting and went into effect after the January 31, 2012 Presidential Preference Primary.

Precinct Boundaries
U.S. Congressional Districts
State House Districts
County Commission Districts
County School Board Districts
City of Gainesville Districts


Older Boundary Maps
These maps predate the most recent Census and Redistricting, and are provided for historical reference. These maps reflect the boundaries in effect just before the above maps. Older maps may be available though our office archives.

Precinct Boundaries
U.S. Congressional Districts
State House Districts
County Commission Districts
County School Board Districts
City of Gainesville Districts

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Kim A. Barton
Alachua County Supervisor of Elections

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