The information below is preserved for archive purposes. 
The districting process is now complete.

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This is your chance to shape Rancho Cucamonga's future by drawing your own map of proposed Council Districts. Every plan submitted in time will be posted online for public review and considered for adoption by the City Council.

You can use the "One-Page Map" to draw a plan that follows the borders you think work best, with equal populations in each district. Or use the "Detailed Kit" to review the specific race and ethnic data for each "Population Unit" of geography before deciding in which district to place it. If you are comfortable using Microsoft Excel, use the "Excel Supplement" together with the map of population units in the "Detailed Kit" to have Microsoft Excel calculate the population and demographics of each district as you draw them.

You can draw a plan of four districts covering the entire City. Or just draw the one district you think works best for your neighborhood. The City Council welcomes and encourages whatever you wish to submit.

While the kits and supplementary maps below can be useful tools, you do not have to use them. Feel free to draw your proposed district(s) on any handy map, or just sketch them on a piece of paper. We welcome whatever you wish to submit.

Public Participation Kits
(Click on the title below to download the kit that you want to use.)

One-Page Map Kit [coming soon] 
This detailed map in Adobe PDF format is designed for printing on 11x17" paper, but works 8.5x11" too. 

Detailed Kit in English or Spanish (or, if you want larger maps, 11x17 in English or Spanish).
Use as much, or as little, of this Adobe PDF format, information-rich packet as you find useful. The packet contains the following:

  • Page of instructions
  • List of the districting criteria for drawing and selecting plans
  • Demographic profile of the City
  • Map of "Population Units" of geography and the total population count for each Unit.
  • Map of key street names and landmarks in the City
  • Map of "Population Unit" identification numbers for use with the demographic data included and/or with the Microsoft Excel kit
  • Table of detailed demographic data for each Population Unit
  • Three blank Population Unit maps that you can use to draw and submit your proposed plan(s)


Excel Kit Supplement (Click and then save the file to your own computer) in English or Spanish
Designed to be used with the map of Population Unit identification numbers in the Detailed Kit, this Microsoft Excel file will add up the demographic data for each proposed district. The user need only enter the desired district assignment for each Population Unit.

This kit greatly simplifies the math of drawing plans for users already familiar with Microsoft Excel, but anyone unfamiliar with Microsoft Excel can still draw plans with the One-Page or Detailed kits. 

Demographic maps for those interested in them:


{Contact NDC if there are other maps you would like to see}

Send in your proposal or ask questions about using the kits:
For any questions about using the kits, contact Douglas Johnson or Justin Levitt from NDC:

mail: PO Box 5271, Glendale, CA 91221

phone or fax: (818) 254-1221

E-Mail: info@NDCresearch.com

Draw a Map / Draw the Future