Everything You Need for Redistricting

We are experienced GIS practitioners, demographers, census data experts, software developers, and public engagement professionals ready to support your redistricting process, no matter how simple or complex it may be. Work with FLO Analytics, and you’ll be using the best analytical methods to ensure your redistricting initiative is transparent, data-driven, and complies with federal, state, and local regulations.

What is Redistricting?

Every decade, government entities like states, cities, counties, and special districts are required by law to analyze their district maps to ensure they meet regulations. If they do not, they are required by law to redraw their district maps. In 2021, district boundaries will be redrawn from coast to coast based on data collected during the 2020 census.

Let’s Create Fair Maps for Your Community

Learn about FLO’s redistricting process.

What Do You Get When You Work with FLO?

Experienced Analysts

FLO’s experienced GIS and data analysts will efficiently guide you through the iterative process of modeling and updating boundaries. Our analysts will ensure boundaries are checked for compactness and allowable population deviation, while accounting for any unique criteria you need to consider.

Census Data Specialists

Gathering and deciphering census data can be an enormous effort. Our in-house demography team is ready to contribute their deep expertise in census data analysis and boundary scenario modeling.

Proven Public Engagement Strategies

Public outreach is often required by law for redistricting, and requirements vary from entity to entity. Whether you need to simply make your redistricting maps available for public comment or you need to plan, host, and facilitate a series of public or working group meetings, our collaborative and transparent redistricting process will engage your stakeholders and earn their trust.

Redistricting Software

The District Scenario Modeler is an interactive web-based mapping tool that we designed to provide your community with an easy way to participate in the districting or redistricting process. The tool allows users to draw their own boundaries and instantly view demographic information to see if they are population-balanced and support fair representation. The tool includes several features that guide users and help them to create viable district maps.

Why choose the District Scenario Modeler?

  • Built on top of industry leading software platforms Tableau and ArcGIS Online, ensuring service reliability.
  • Intuitive interface designed specifically for use by the public.
  • Easily hosted on any website.
  • Features a built-in form to capture public comments and feedback on maps.

Redistricting for Local Governments: What You Need to Know

Take a deep-dive into what cities, counties, and special districts need to know about the 2020 census and redistricting in two recorded webinars presented by our local government association partners.

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John McKenzie

Director of Business Development

(617) 797-0152

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