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2010 Census - Redistricting
Process Overview
After the 2010 Federal Census data is received, redistricting at the local level is a three step process*:
  • Step 1 requires the county board to submit a tentative county supervisory district plan to each municipal governing body in the County. The county board is required to hold a public hearing on the tentative plan.
  • Step 2 municipalities have a maximum of 60 days to adjust ward boundaries to comply with the proposed supervisory district plan following receipt of the tentative plan.
  • Step 3 allows 60 days for counties to adopt final supervisory district plans and cities to establish aldermanic district plans.
* Source:  Guidelines for Adjusting Municipal Wards Following the 2010 Federal Census

Tenative County Supervisory District Plan
Power Point Presentation 8/2/2011
Ward Plan J6 (Approved 8/29/2011)
Resolution 11-20 - Ward Boundaries
Draft Ordinance - Aldermanic Districts
Wisconsin State Legislature Redistricting Page