District & Precinct Information
City Precinct Map
An interactive precinct map can be found on the City's GIS site. When in the mapping system, click on Map Layers, select Voting Precincts and select Refresh to view. In addition, a you can view a pdf Citywide Precinct Map .
Directions to Each Precinct
The table below provides direction maps for each individual polling location. By clicking on "Get directions" and adding an address in the appropriate box, directions will be provided to the polling location.
|Pct 01||Pct 02||Pct 03||Pct 04||Pct 05|
|Pct 06||Pct 07||Pct 08||Pct 09||Pct 10|
|Pct 11||Pct 12||Pct 13||Pct 14||Pct 15|
|Pct 16||Pct 17||Pct 18||Pct 19||Pct 20|
|Pct 21||Pct 22||Pct 23||Pct 24||Pct 25|
|Pct 26||Pct 27|
Individual Precinct Maps
The table below provides maps (.pdf) of each individual precincts boundaries.
County Commission District Maps
The table below provides maps (.pdf) of each County Commission district. Districts highlighted in gray, represent the City of Kalamazoo.
|District 01||District 02||District 03|
|District 04||District 05||District 06|
|District 07||District 08||District 09|
|District 10||District 11|
Legislative District Maps
Polling Location Listing
Use the pdf Street Guide (52 KB) to locate the precinct for each street within the City of Kalamazoo.
How often do the City's precincts change?
City precinct boundaries change infrequently. However, every 10 years District lines are redrawn in Congress and at the State level. The City of Kalamazoo is required to adjust precinct lines accordingly.
How many voters are allowed per precinct?
Under State law, precincts are not allowed more than 2,999 voters.