Districts

What is My City Council District & Who Represents Me?


Six Councilmembers each represent a district; one Councilmember is "At Large".  View the 
Council Districts Map Adobe Acrobat icon which shows all districts.

  • District 1 Map Adobe Acrobat icon (green area): District 1 generally encompasses an area south of I-182, north of Court Street and east of 4th Ave.
  • District 2 Map Adobe Acrobat icon (red area): District 2 generally encompasses an area east of US395, south of "A" Street, and east of Cedar Avenue.
  • District 3 Map Adobe Acrobat icon (yellow area): District 3 generally encompasses an area east of Convention Place and north of I-182.
  • District 4 Map Adobe Acrobat icon (tan area): District 4 generally encompasses an area between Convention Drive and Broadmoor Blvd (Road 100), north of Argent Road.
    • This district's City Council representative is Pete Serrano.
  • District 5 Map Adobe Acrobat icon (blue area): District 5 generally encompasses the area south of I-182 and west of US 395, as well as all of the areas west of Broadmoor Blvd (Road 100).
    • This district's City Council representative is David Milne.
  • District 6 Map Adobe Acrobat icon (purple area): District 6 generally encompasses the area east of 26th Avenue, west of Cedar Avenue, north of "A" Street, and south of Court Street.
  • One Council member is "At Large" (not assigned to a specific district): 

Council Elections


The process for elections for Councilmembers changed to a more district-based system in 2017; read more here

For additional information, contact the City Manager's Office at (509) 545-3404.

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