Redistricting News from the Legislative Council. Includes links to District Viewer, a graphic viewing system that displays the state's redistricting plans (House, Senate, Congressional, etc.), demographic information and election reports.
County Redistricting Data. Download block level data for by county.
Census 2010 Texas Redistricting Data
. Just want to look at your county's data? Profile data at the County and State level from the Texas State Data Center can be found at this link.
- Redistricting Maps for Texas counties made available by the U.S. Census Bureau (Census 2000).
- TIGER/Line 2011 Files (Census Geography). These files contain the boundaries of the blocks, tracts, and other features needed to map census data in a Geographic Information System or mapping software.
- Digital Data from the Texas Natural Resources Information System (TNRIS). TNRIS has many products including TxDOT map files for each county, ortho imagery, digital maps, and more.
More Census 2000 Data Sources
U.S. Census Bureau
Census 2000 to 1990 Block Relationships
. The Census 2000 Block Relationship files are provided as a tool to help data users compare the universe of 1990 census blocks to the universe of Census 2000 blocks. From these files, data users may determine how 1990 blocks now relate to Census 2000 blocks and vice versa.
Census 2000 PL94-171 Files
. These are the raw ASCII files from the Census Bureau's FTP site. They are huge and require some expertise and a strong computer.
Multiple ways to access Census 2000 Redistricting Data (Public Law 94-171).
Information on how to import and use the data
with MS Access 97, MS Access 2000, XBase, and SAS. Pre-prepared databases (without the data) are provided by the Census Bureau. Download the database file structure for your particular database and follow the import instructions in this document. Links to the pre-prepared databases are provided in the document. WARNING: These files are huge and will require a high-end system with a lot of disk space. We killed our systems a couple of times before we finally got the data in and operating.
Sources for Redistricting Geography
Texas Legislative Council District Viewer
. A graphic viewing system that displays maps and demographic and election reports for current districts. Public redistricting proposals will be available when they are under consideration.