The City of St. Petersburg has an Elected Executive form of government. It's City Council is composed of eight members nominated by the voters of their District but elected citywide. Provisions of the City Charter provide for an independent Citizens Redistricting Commission and that the population spread or range between the largest and smallest Districts not exceed a total of 4.75 percentage points. Using the 2020 census data, the existing districts had a spread of almost 19 points. The adopted plan had a spread of less than four points, while continuing to adhere to common redistricting criteria such as preserving neighborhood integrity and maintaining minority-influence and minority-majority districts.
St. Petersburg - Existing Plan
St. Petersburg - Adopted Plan