View the current Ward Boundary Map

The City of Hyattsville undergoes redistricting of its five Wards every 10 years following the taking of the U.S. Census. This effort ensures an equitable population distribution amongst the Wards for equal representation on the City Council. The Wards cannot have a population distribution of greater or less than 10% from smallest to largest Ward. 

Why does my Ward matter?

Your City Ward determines who represents you in our local government!

Your City Councilmembers are responsible for developing the policies, programs, and projects that serve you and your neighbors. This includes things like street and sidewalk improvements, local environmental initiatives, City events and celebrations, social services for individuals and families, and more.

Redistricting of Hyattsville's Ward boundaries does not affect your County, State, or Federal government representation. It also does not affect School Board representation or school attendance areas.

Not sure what Ward you live in? Enter your address here to find out!

2022 Redistricting

Following the 2020 Census, it was determined that Wards 3 and 5 were no longer compliant with the +/- 10% population distribution. City Council selected a nine member Redistricting Commission to evaluate 2020 Census data and make recommendations for new Ward boundaries.

The City's volunteer Redistricting Commission began meeting in June 2022 to review available data, seek public feedback, and make Ward boundary recommendations to City Council. Learn more about the redistricting process and view all the maps developed for Council consideration at

At the December 19, 2022 City Council meeting, Council voted to adopt new Ward map boundaries and amend the City Charter. The updated map went into effect on February 6, 2023. Households affected by the Ward boundary changes received a mailed notice in January 2023.

View the current Ward Boundary Map
Read the Charter Amendment Resolution

Redistricting Resources

City Ward Base Map 2022