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10-ONE City of Austin Council Districts

What is 10-ONE?

The upcoming change for Austin municipal government to geographic representation, approved by voters Nov. 6, 2012, as Proposition 3, is commonly referred to as 10-ONE.

Under the Charter Amendment:

  • The Mayor will continue to be elected citywide.
  • The 10 other Council Members will no longer be elected citywide, but only by voters in which they live.
  • The Council is expanded from seven to 11 members.

Election Day

Election Day for runoff elections is December 16.  The Council will take office on Jan. 1, 2015

Candidates and Districts

See the Council and Mayoral candidates and learn more about the individual districts.

The District Map

The 10-ONE map was drawn by a 14-member Citizens Redistricting Commission that completed its task in January 2014.

District Demographics

View the demographics presentation, The Demographic, Socioeconomic and Political Characteristics of Austin's Single-Member Districts, by City Demographer, Ryan Robinson.

Voting Updates Newsletter

Sign up for the Voting Updates newsletter to stay up-to-date on voting deadlines and election news:

More information about the upcoming election can be found on the City Clerk's webpage. See the official ballot applications. The Clerk’s Office updates the page at 10 a.m. and at 3 p.m. pending a candidate filed.