Legislature's GIS Office
The main function of the GIS Office is to provide the Legislature with automated means to redraw legislative districts once every 10 years, in conjunction with the federal census. In this capacity, the legislature's GIS Office:
- Serves as a liaison with the U. S. Bureau of the Census for the receipt of census data for the redistricting of legislative districts;
- Pursuant to KRS 7.550 is charged with maintaining & continuously updating a computerized map of census geography & election precinct boundaries;
- Maintains a library of spatial databases that can be integrated with other sources of information to produce maps and reports for legislative committees & members.
Legislative Research Commission
Capitol Annex Room 026
702 Capital Ave.
Frankfort, KY 40601-3448
Note: The data found in the links on this page was created and is maintained by the Legislative Research Commission for the sole purpose of redistricting by the General Assembly and is presented here to inform the public of the data used in that process. It is not intended, nor should it be relied upon, for any other purpose.