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 Try out our brand NEW interactive Maps Online Precinct Map

 

 


maps

 Individual Precinct maps may be found on the Polling Places page (click on the precinct name for a map of that precinct)



 

 

Federal Maps
 

United States Congressional District 3

 

State Maps


State Senate Districts

State Representative Districts Countywide Map

Representative District 1

Representative District 2

Representative District 3

Representative District 4

Representative District 5

Representative District 9

Representative District 65

Representative District 69

Additional Individual District maps may be found at the State of New Mexico Legislative Council services website. (external link)





Public Regulation Commission Districts

San Juan County is in Public Regulation Commission District 4

Public regulation commission district four is composed of Bernalillo county precincts 31 through 38, 40 through 55, 61 through 67, 71 through 77, 88, 90 through 99, 101 through 106, 122 through 124, 132, 133, 135, 214, 217, 221 and 223 through 226; Cibola county; McKinley county; Rio Arriba county precincts 24 through 27, 29 and 30; San Juan county; Sandoval county precincts 7 through 10 and 14 through 27; Santa Fe county precincts 12, 14, 62 through 65, 68 through 72 and 80 through 82; Socorro county precinct 15; and Valencia county precinct 13.

 

County Maps

County Commission Districts Countywide Map

Commission District 1

Commission District 2
 


Commission District 3

Commission District 4

Commission District 5

 

Magistrate Divisions

Magistrate Division 1

Magistrate Division 2

Magistrate Division 3

Magistrate Division 4 Map 1 of 2

Magistrate Division 4 Map 2 of 2

Magistrate Division 5

Magistrate Division 6



 
 

School District Maps 

All 4 School Districts, County-wide view

Aztec School Districts

Bloomfield School Districts

Central Consolidated School Districts

Farmington School Districts

San Juan College Districts


Map source data


The ArcGIS shape files used in the production of these maps may be found at:

New Mexico Resource Geographic Information System Program.


The files on this website require knowledge of GIS software.


ESRI produces a basic freeware GIS viewer which may be found here.