Legislative District Maps

Rockland County's 17 County Legislative districts have been redrawn to equalize the population in each district using data from the 2020 census. Redistricting occurs every 10 years following the results of the U.S. Census to reflect changes in population.

The Rockland County Legislature's Special Committee for Redistricting met and approved resolutions for two proposed plans, Plan A and Plan B, and sent them to the full County Legislature for consideration. The County Legislature held a public hearing on Plan A on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2022. The County Legislature held a public hearing on Plan B on Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022.

The County Legislature adopted Plan B on Nov. 1, 2022. The County Executive approved the resolution on Nov. 22, 2022. The law was subject to a permissive referendum, but no petition requesting a referendum was filed as of Feb. 3, 2023. The law was filed with the New York State Secretary of State on Feb. 8, 2023, when it took effect.

The new County Legislative Districts are in effect as of Jan. 1, 2024.

All 17 County Legislature seats are up for election this November. All candidates will run for seats in districts that are reflected by the new maps.

On this page, you will find details about the redistricting process, a link to an overview map of the districts, and links to individual maps of each of the 17 Legislative Districts.

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District Maps - Effective Jan. 1, 2024
Maps provided for download in PDF file format.

Zoom in on each map to see individual streets in each district.

Public Hearings

Livestreams (videos) of the Oct. 19, 2022, and the Nov. 1, 2022, public hearings and meetings can be viewed on the Legislature's YouTube channel. You do not have to subscribe to the channel to view it because the livestream is always public.

YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwVjg9cKxD3DOjhXyLRnorw

Transcript Of The Public Hearings:

Please go here for the Plan A public hearing.
Please go here for the Plan B public hearing.

What District Do I Live In?

Registered voters can use the Polling Places Look-up tool provided by the Rockland County Board of elections to determine what district they live in.

If you are not registered to vote, but want to know what district you live in, please call the county Board of Elections at (845) 638-5172 or send an email to voterinfo@co.rockland.ny.us

Public Forums & Presentations

During a series of five public forums – one in each of Rockland’s five towns – a presentation was made to outline the process and timeline involved in the redistricting effort. The presentations are available for review on the Legislature’s Redistricting page. Please go to the tab in the left column on this page (https://rocklandgov.com/departments/county-legislature/redistricting/) and click under the Redistricting Public Forum Related Links.

Public Forums Were Held:

  • Town of Orangetown: June 8 at Orangetown Town Hall, 26 Orangeburg Road, Orangeburg.
  • Town of Haverstraw: June 9 at Haverstraw Town Hall, 1 Rosman Road, Garnerville.
  • Town of Stony Point: June 21 at Rho Building, 5 Club House Lane.
  • Town of Clarkstown: June 29 at Clarkstown Town Hall, 10 Maple Ave., New City.
  • Town of Ramapo: June 30 at Ramapo Town Hall, 237 Route 59, Airmont.

Each forum was open to all residents of all towns, not just the town in which they resided.

Read Forum & Committee Meeting Transcripts

Forum and Committee meeting transcripts are available on the Special Committee to Redistrict the Legislature in Accordance with the 2020 Census' Agendas page.

View Forum Recordings

Recordings of each forum are available for viewing on the Rockland County Legislature's YouTube Channel.

How to Stay Updated

Information will be provided on this dedicated web page, via news releases, and on the Rockland County Legislature's social media platforms. Please check back for updates.