Redistricting Public Hearing Rescheduled

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PUBLISHED 1/12/2022

The Lawton Redistricting Commission has canceled the public hearing that was scheduled for 2 p.m. today (1/12/2022) due to the agenda not being posted and accessible to the public within 48 hours of the meeting, according to the Oklahoma Open Records Act. The public hearing has been rescheduled to 2 p.m. Friday (1/14/2022) in the City Hall Auditorium.

The City of Lawton continues to be impacted by COVID-19, which resulted in multiple staff members from the City of Lawton’s Planning Department to be absent from work causing the issue with the agenda posting.

The purpose of the public hearing is for citizens to give input on the proposed ward redistricting map for the City of Lawton that the commission voted on during a meeting that took place Dec. 16. CLICK HERE to view the proposed redistricting map.

The public hearing will be an opportunity for the commission to receive public comments from Lawton citizens regarding the proposed redistricting map.

To view the current ward map, visit the city’s website:

As outlined in the Charter of the City of Lawton, the Lawton Redistricting Commission is to convene every tenth year upon receipt of the results of the U.S. Census, and at other times it deems desirable, to readjust the wards and their boundaries to comply with the following requirements:

  1. Each ward shall be formed of compact, contiguous territory with boundaries drawn to reflect and respond to communities of common interest, ethnic background, and physical boundaries, to the extent reasonably possible; and
  2. The wards shall be substantially equal in population.

For questions, contact the City of Lawton’s Planning Department at 580-581-3375.


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