Troy City Council has approved a redistricting plan for the city’s six wards, reflecting new population data from the 2020 Census. The new ward assignments will be in effect for the next primary election.
Troy has six wards, each represented by one member of council and three at-large council members. Every ten years, the wards are reviewed, using Census data, to ensure equal division of population. Under the Ohio Revised Code, each ward must contain a substantially equal number of residents, divided along standard boundaries like streets and blocks.
Since 2010, the City of Troy has grown by over 1,200 residents. On Monday, City Council approved a new plan presented by Troy’s Engineering Department and GIS Coordinator, reassigning 25 blocks. This plan ensures that all blocks are within one percent of the per-ward population average. To see the new district lines and check your ward assignment, click here.