Election Map Products
Adopted Local Election Districts and Precincts
On April 18, 2011, the Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) adopted local election district, precinct boundaries, and voting places. These boundaries and voting places became effective on April 18, 2011. Printable maps of the current adopted local election districts, precincts and voting places are available below for downloading.
Users can quickly identify their election district information by simply entering their address into the PWC MyVotingInfo
Adopted Election District Materials
8.5 x 11 inch Election District Maps
Large Hard Copy Maps
The County's Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Office has large, hard copy maps of the local election districts and precincts available at its customer service counter. The map shows the entire county displayed at a one inch equals one mile scale. The map also shows election district boundaries, precinct boundaries, voting places, roads and streams. For more information regarding this and other products available for purchase, see our Complete Map Products List.
The GIS customer service counter is located in the Development Services Building at 5 County Complex Court, Suite 140.
These reports list, for every street segment in Prince William County, an address range, the subdivision, the precinct, the House district, the Senate district, the Congressional district and the zip code. You can download and print this information sorted by street name or by election district.
Now available for download are 8.5 x 11 inch maps of each voting precinct in the County. The maps clearly show and label the precinct boundaries and contain information on the precinct's election district. Click on the District name (in bold) for a file containing all of the precincts in that District (multi-page PDF) or the individual precinct name for a map of just that precinct in a single page document.
Contact us with any questions you have about the materials described on this page.