Austin District One
In 2012, Austin voters approved of the redistricting changes for a new council system with 10 district representatives and a mayor elected city wide. Each district stands to have geographic representation with their very own council member to elect. This will be an opportunity for the City Council to encompass new community advocates and a diverse perspective to the council chambers.
Voters this November 4th will select an entirely new City Council in a manner that historically has never been done in the City of Austin. The people voted and their voices were heard, and will continue to be heard once their district council member is elected.
District 1 is one of the largest districts and is approx. 77,000 in population.
Hispanic, Latino 43.2%
African American 28.2%
Anglo (Non-Hispanic White) 23.3%
Demographic information found on the City of Austin website, austintexas.gov.
Iconic features of District #1 (email us if we forgot any!):
- The Capitol of Texas
- Bartholomew District Park
- Texas State Cemetery, Oakwood Cemetery, Evergreen Cemetery, Plummer Cemetery (5 of 6 Austin cemeteries are in the district)
- L.B.J. Library
- Huston-Tillotson University
- The University of Texas at Austin
- Chalmers Courts, Rosewood Courts and Santa Rita
- The Historic Victory Grill
- Casa Columbia Restaurant
- Rosewood Park
- East Side Cafe
- Johnnie Trevino Park
- Urban Roots
- Mi Madre's Restaurant
- Yellow Bicycle Project
- Sam's BBQ
- French Legation Museum
Not sure what district you're in, or want to find out if your friends and family can vote for Ora Houston, find your district HERE.
For more information on the new Austin District Maps, please see: