Grassroots involvement relies upon the easiest to use tools and being able to communicate what is needed in the field or inside during a planning session. This is why we will provide you with maps of each Ward, Precinct, House District, Senate District, Congressional District, and other maps that may be of use in St Paul and CD 4.
Adminstrator’s note: It is unfortunate that the new updated maps do not have the street level detail the 2012 redistricted maps had, we think this is deliberate on the part of City of St Paul, Ramsey County and the Secretary of State Steve Simon to spew chaos and confusion.
Ward 1 (A new Precinct 17 was created, it is now the smallest precinct in the city. To create it a part of Precinct 15 was needed. So there are new maps in Precinct 15, the new Precinct 17, and a new overall Ward 1 map.)
Ward 6 (Due to dropping Precinct 14 and now Precinct 13, Precinct 9 now has what had been Precinct 13, and Precinct 5 has a border change, some precincts have been renumbered except W6P1, yours might be one of them, please check the MN-Secretary of State’s pollfinder.sos.state.mn.us to make sure you are in the right precinct for caucus, or to vote in the future)
In St Paul there are 3 State Senate Districts, and 6 State House Districts. We will list these below.
*One note: There has been a new precinct created in Ward 1 (W1-P17) and 3 precincts in Ward 6 have had their borders changed (W6-P5, W6-P9 and W6-P13 has been swallowed up by P9 and other precincts have been renumbered Ward 6 precincts. HD 65A, SD 65, HD67A and SD 67 have new maps.
MN Senate District 66 (includes Roseville, Lauderdale, Falcon Hgts)
*Ramsey County Elections Maps has changed the HD 66B Map, the only difference is that old W6 P3 is now W6 P7. We like the old map detail, so we thought to keep it, instead of posting the sterile new map.
*Since the change in the precinct borders of W6P5, W6P9 and the elimation of W6P13 House District 67A and thus Senate District 67 maps have been updated. This is the second change within the last 18 months and this is unacceptable in a Presidential Election year.
Saint Paul has a rich history of active and distinct neighborhoods. To support neighborhood participation in governance, the district council planning process was created in 1975. There are 17 district councils. Responsibilities of the councils include: planning and advising on the physical, economic, and social development of their areas; identifying needs; initiating community programs; recruiting volunteers; and sponsoring community events
Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) are in Independent School District (ISD) 625. There has been a change in the last ISD 625 map, being the changes noted in Ward 6, and Ward 1 (why W1 P17 the tiniest precinct in St Paul is needed is a big question mark).
Ramsey County has ISD 625 and the following School Districts within its borders: