Find My District

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On January 25th, the City of Palm Desert adopted a map that will split the city into five districts. Palm Desert is the fifth city in the Coachella Valley to make this change joining Cathedral City, Desert Hot Springs, Indio and Palm Springs: cities that have already switched to the district council system.

What will change

This means that on November 5th, 2024, Residents in Districts 1, 2 and 3 will have the historic opportunity to elect someone to the City Council from their own neighborhood.

Districts 4 and 5 will be voted on in 2026.

Where is District 3?

On the map shown above, District 3 is green.

District 3 will have all of Interstate 10 as its northern border extending east to the Woodhaven Country Club. It would also include the Spanish Walk community, the Desert Willow Golf Resort, and the areas surrounding the city’s campuses affiliated with California State University-San Bernardino and University of California-Riverside.

How did we get here?

The switch from two to five council districts was first approved by the council in June after voters backed the move on an advisory ballot measure in the 2022 general election.

Read more about the redistricting process at the Desert Sun.