The redistricting process as a result of the 2020 Census figures was completed when the congressional and state legislative maps were approved by the Colorado Supreme Court in December of 2021. Then came the “re-precincting” process, where precinct boundaries were reconciled to accurately be contained within the lines of the new district boundaries. For 2022, that meant the Longmont area had fewer precincts, but each precinct had a slightly larger (allowing for population growth), and comparably equal number of residents for representation. That also meant that about 70% of the precinct’s identifying numerals changed from what they were prior to redistricting.
TO KNOW YOUR PRECINCT NUMBER IS TO KNOW YOUR DISTRICTS.
LOOK UP YOUR NEW PRECINCT NUMBER BY CHECKING YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION:
Go to the Secretary of State’s website at govotecolorado.com . Click, “Find my registration”, put in your name, birthdate and zipcode and your voter registration should come up. Click the “County & District Info” tab, where you’ll see your long precinct number up top. The last 3 digits are your “unique precinct identifier”. The rest of the numbers are your district numbers, as explained in the “what does this number mean” link (the “o7” is the number for Boulder County).
Once you know your district numbers, check out the District Maps widget:
YOU CAN ALSO LOOK UP YOUR NEW PRECINCT NUMBER USING THE MAP, BELOW.
This map reflects the final lines, and does not include all the street names, but it will give you an idea of what your new precinct number is. (We assume a map will be redrawn with all street names included, or individual maps per precinct will be provided.) Eventually all the district and precinct lines data is flowed into the voter database for the Boulder County Democratic Party (NGP VAN), and when it’s ready we’ll provide the link to the precinct lookup tool.BOCO Precinct Districts 2022cropped
FULL BOULDER COUNTY MAP:
MORE DETAILED & INTERACTIVE MAP:
LONGMONT AREA DISTRICT MAPS: