Lenoir County Redistricting

Following the 2020 Census and the population changes in Lenoir County, it was apparent that changes to Lenoir County voting districts would be necessary to some degree. With that, the County Attorney has presented four options that meet the legal requirements for the County Commissioners to consider. One of these options must be adopted by the County Commissioners prior to the November 17th deadline. This information was first presented to the Board of County Commissioners at their regular meeting on October 18th for their consideration. For general input and questions about the redistricting process and the options presented, please contact the County Attorney, Bob Griffin (252-939-6368, bgriffin@dss.co.lenoir.nc.us).

October 2021

  • Redistricting Options Developed by County staff (GIS, County Administration & County Attorney)

October 18th

  • Four (4) Redistricting Options are presented to the Board of Commissioners and the General Public
  • County staff may evaluate alternative options based on discussion and direction from the Board of Commissioners

October 18th – November 1st 

  • Redistricting Options Publicly Available for Review and Comment

November 1st

  • Public Hearing Held on Redistricting Options
  • If there is a consensus among the Board members on a single option, the Board of Commissioners May Adopt a Resolution for the Selected Plan at this meeting or the following meeting on November 15, 2021 or an additional Special Called Meeting

November 17th

  • Statutory Deadline for adoption of a Redistricting Option


View Redistricting Plan Options

Lenoir County, North Carolina

Phone: 252-559-6450
Fax: 252-526-6454

Physical Address:
130 South Queen Street
Kinston, NC 28501

Mailing Address:
PO Box 3289
Kinston, NC 28502