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District Plan

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The map of the City of Portland's four geographic districts. The western district, district 4, is in purple. The district covering southeast, district 3, is in yellow. East Portland, district 1, is in green. North Portland, district 2, is in blue.

On August 21, 2023, the Independent District Commission unanimously adopted a District Plan. The District Plan includes a map and a description of the districts. 

The commission summarized their community engagement efforts, public comment provided by Portlanders, and the rationale for their decisions in their final report.

District Map

View the map in more detail on DistrictR. To view neighborhood boundaries and the district numbers, click on the tab labeled "data layers" and check the boxes for the overlays you'd like to see. 

A map with four sections labeled City of Portland District Plan Map. District 1, the eastmost district and shown in green, encompasses East Portland. District 1’s western boundary runs parallel to 82nd avenue until Division street, when it begins following I-205 and then skirts around Maywood Park (which cannot vote in Portland elections). District 2, a teal blue color, includes North and Northeast Portland with a southern boundary that is defined by I-84. District 3, in yellow, is made up of inner Southeas

Click on the image of the map to open a pdf with legal district descriptions

Download the map and descriptions:

The district maps shapefiles and geodatabase are available for download on the City of Portland's Open Data website.

Find your District

Want to know in what district you live? Look up what address you live in on PortlandMaps

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Background Information

On June 1, 2023, the Independent District Commission released its Draft District Plan with three map options for community input. To view the Draft District Plan, maps released for public comment, and how community members engaged, please click here.


Learn more about voting in districts and what to expect in the 2024 election on Portland.Gov/Vote2024.