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Spartanburg County is in the process of reviewing and approving a redistricting plan, which includes redrawing the lines of council member districts to accommodate for population changes following the 2020 Census.
This process is required by the South Carolina Code of Laws Section 4-9-90. The law requires counties to redistrict within a reasonable time prior to the next general election following the federal decennial census.
The South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office provides an overview of redistricting.
Spartanburg County is working to finalize the redistricting process for Council Districts prior to the opening of candidate filing on Monday, March 16, 2022.
On October 18, 2021, County Council adopted a resolution establishing criteria for the development of the 2020 County Council redistricting plan.
The Spartanburg County Redistricting Plan will be on the Spartanburg County Council's January 24, 2022 agenda.
Existing Council District Map
Proposed Council District Map
To see the demographic report for the current and proposed districts, click here.