The City of Lexington has six City Council seats elected to represent citizens living in those Voting Wards. Voting Wards are distinct geographical sections of the City designed to be represented by a member of City Council residing in that Voting Ward. Two of those Council Voting Ward seats (Ward 1 and Ward 5) have a majority of African American residents. In addition, two City Council seats are elected at-large and the Mayor’s seat is elected at-large for a total of nine (9) members on the Lexington City Council. All candidates for Mayor and City Council seats must be residents of the City of Lexington. Candidates for Voting Ward seats 1 through 6 must reside in the Voting Ward seat they wish to represent.
As a Lexington resident, how can I...
...view the entire City of Lexington Boundaries and Wards? Access the following link City of Lexington VOTING WARD MAP
...locate my physical address to determine my Ward and City Council Representative?
Access the following link City of Lexington DETAILED WARD MAP
, find your Street Name on the City-maintained Street List found at the top left-hand corner of the document, and search your address within the provided grids, indicting Ward # and match with coordinating color in bottom right hand corner for City Council Representative.
Access Lexington GIS Maps directly at Lexington GISConnect, type in your address on the search engine bar, and select "Voting Wards" from the overlay options provided at the right-hand side.
...locate my Voting Poll based on my residency address? Access the Davidson County Board of Elections precinct locator system to determine your voting poll location.
If additional information is needed, please contact the City Clerk.
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