Grassroots involvement relies upon the easiest to use tools and being able to communicate what is needed in the field or inside during a planning session. This is why we will provide you with maps of each Ward, Precinct, our Neighboring House Districts, our Senate District, Minnesota’s Fourth Congressional District, and other maps that may be of use in House District 66B.
Updated Maps Due to Redistricting in Bright Red
February 15, 2022 Redistricting Plans were unveiled and new Legislative Boundaries for House & Senate Districts were available to the Public. US Congressional Districts in Minnesota were revealed as well. These Updated Maps PDF Links will be shown in Bright Red. Ward & Precincts were voted on at Ramsey County and finalized on April 19, 2022. They posted the new Ramsey County Commission Districts. The new Wards & Precincts are seen in the map. See the New Ramsey County Map below.
Ramsey County has produced New Precincts & Wards using a GIS Map System. You can individualize a map for your needs. Here is the link (one can download a map from each precinct):
Ramsey County Interactive GIS Precinct Maps
New Ramsey County 7 District Map (4/2022)
New MN Legislative Boundaries Interactive Map Link
New MN Congressional Boundaries Interactive Map Link
Precincts of House District 66B (Ward Precinct)
W5P1 W5P2 W5P3 W5P4 W5P5 W5P7 W5P8 W5P9
Saint Paul Wards and District Councils
Other St Paul House & Senate Districts 64, 65, 67
MN Senate District 64 New HD 64A New HD 64B
Minnesota Senate District 65 New HD 65A New HD 65B
Minnesota Senate District 67 New HD 67A New HD 67B
Donald Trump narrowly missed winning this state in 2016. The Map below shows where each party has legislative seats in. Erroneously they show Red for Republican and Blue for DFL, historically the Republicans were always the blue party until 2000, the Red-Blue switcheroo happened in 2006.
Map by Party for the 90th MN Legislature 2017-18
St Paul District Councils
Saint Paul has a rich history of active and distinct neighborhoods. To support neighborhood participation in governance, the district council planning process was created in 1975. There are 17 district councils. Responsibilities of the councils include: planning and advising on the physical, economic, and social development of their areas; identifying needs; initiating community programs; recruiting volunteers; and sponsoring community events.
The following map includes shaded areas that are Wards. As you can tell there are several layers of government in St Paul. It is confusing to most which governing area you are actually in.
St Paul’s 17 District Councils
Ramsey County Commission – 7 Districts
St Paul is the largest city in Ramsey County. To promote an urgency to replace the current almost all DFL board (Blake Huffman is the only Republican), we will post all of the County Commissioner Districts in Ramsey County. The Districts covering a part or most of House District 66B are District 3, 4 and 6 (these will be displayed in Red).
New Ramsey County Commission 7 District Map (4/2022)
Ramsey County Commission 7 Districts
District-1 District 2 District 3 District 4 District 5 District 6 District 7
St Paul Public Schools
Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) are in Independent School District (ISD) 625. The entire city is in one school district.
St Paul Public Schools (SPPS) ISD 625
St Paul Fire Department (SPFD)
St Paul’s Bravest are on-call 24/7/365. When they are not training, fighting fires, helping to free motorists from car accidents, or providing immediate life-saving aid to people, they also give free blood pressure checks at the many Fire Stations around the City of St Paul. The interactive map link below takes you to the SPFD’s website where there is more information about the department at a click away.
St Paul Crime Statistics Map
St Paul Police Department (SPPD) breaks up the City of St Paul into 3 Districts (Western, Central, and Eastern) and further into Crime Statistics Grids. They track various crimes throughout the city. They have a monthly go to chart that tells by type of crime and where the crimes happened. We are providing a Crime Statistics Map (you can find where you live according to it), and the link to the Crime Statistics of the SPPD, which we’ve just found out they closed it off to the public (it used to be open to the public to look where the crime is happening).