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Dallas Public Input Hearing on Redistricting

  • City of Dallas - City Hall 1500 Marilla Street Dallas, TX, 75201 United States (map)

The Committee will meet to hear invited and public testimony at Dallas City Hall, Council Chamber on the 6th floor located at 1500 Marilla Street, Dallas, TX 75201.

The purpose of the interim field hearings is to solicit public input on the 2021 legislative redistricting process and provide context to the official 2020 Census data that the 87th Legislature will receive by April 2021. Since the Legislature will not receive official data from the U.S. Census Bureau until the 87th session is underway, these interim field hearings seek to maximize the opportunities for Texans to share information they believe relevant to the upcoming redistricting process, including information about communities of interest within our state.

Invited testimony: Texas Demographic Center and Texas Legislative Council, Mapping and Redistricting Section

The chair may limit individual public testimony time in consideration of all participants.

Interpretation assistance can be provided by request made at least 72 hours in advance of the hearing. Please contact committee staff at 512-463-9948 or

Other Information
Parking: There is metered parking on streets surrounding Dallas City Hall. The closest parking lots are at 1600 Canton St. & 834 S. Ervay Parking lot ($7) and 1823 Cadiz St. Parking lot ($4).
Public Transit:

If you are unable to attend and would like to provide testimony, you may at any time email or call legislators on the Redistricting Committee. A list of committee member information can be found here:

Shortly after the conclusion of the hearing, a video archive of the hearing will be available at the following link:

To learn more on the Texas redistricting process visit:

Please note that this website is maintained by the Texas Legislative Council, a nonpartisan legislative agency. This website provides an excellent background resource but may not always be updated to reflect the most current legal standards in this multifaceted and dynamic area of the law, and should not be considered legal advice.