What is My City Council District & Who Represents Me?
Five Councilmembers each represent a district; two Councilmembers are "At Large". View the Council Districts Map which shows all districts.
District 1 Map (green area): District 1 generally encompasses an area east of Fourth Avenue, including the Highland and Kurtzman Park neighborhoods.
This district's City Council representative is Al Yenney.
District 2 Map (red area): District 2 generally encompasses an area between 4th Avenue and US 395, south of I-182.
This district's City Council representative is Bob Hoffmann.
District 3 Map (yellow area): District 3 generally encompasses an area east of Convention Place and north of I-182, with some areas between US 395 and 14th Avenue, south of I-182 and north of Sylvester Street.
District 5 Map (purple area): District 5 generally encompasses the area south of I-182 and west of US 395 (or west of Road 44, south of Court Street), as well as all of the areas west of Broadmoor Blvd (Road 100).
This district's City Council representative is Mayor Pro-Tem Rebecca Francik.
Two Council members are "At Large" (not assigned to a specific district):
Currently, the five district members are elected in the primary election by their respective district, then by the entire city in the general election. The two "At Large" members are elected by the entire city both in the primary and general elections. However, the Council is currently in the process of changing how Councilmembers are elected to conform to federal law.
For additional information, contact the City Manager's Office at (509) 545-3404.
The City Council will hold a Special Meeting on October 24 to appoint a new Councilmember for District #4 and hold a Public Hearing for the 2017 Budget Revenue Sources including the 2017 Ad Valorem Tax Levy. Read on...