Proposed Little Rock Wards 

In a Sept. 29 memo to the mayor and the board of directors, City Manager Bruce Moore wrote that the goal of reapportionment is to stay within 5% of an even division of the city's population — 27,646 in each ward. Moore said the proposal below meets that standard, while attempting to not "split neighborhood associations with defined boundaries."

In the map below, click on a ward to see population numbers broken down by race.

See a map of current wards here.

Created using Google Fusion Tables and Google Earth based on this map. You'll just have to imagine that Cammack Village is a cut-out square in Ward 3.

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