Election Map Products

On April 18, 2011, the Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) adopted local election district, precinct boundaries, and voting places. These boundaries and voting places became effective on April 18, 2011. On January 8, 2019, the Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) revised precinct boundaries and voting places.

Election map products are now available, free of charge, on the Prince William County GIS Data Portal. There you can download election maps of your choice and take the electronic file to a local print shop for printing services. Recommended print sizes are listed under the map title. In-person map printing services were discontinued on June 30, 2021. All maps previously listed on this page are available on the GIS Data Portal. If you have any questions, email [email protected]


The Election Street Directory lists an address range, the precinct, the House district, the Senate district, the Congressional district, and the zip code for every street segment in Prince William County. You can view, download, and print this information sorted by any field available.

Street Directory for all Election Districts

The data within the spreadsheet is updated weekly. The update date can be found on the spreadsheet's cover page.


The new Election District Map Book is available for download. The 8.5 x 11 inch sized map book contains each voting precinct as well as magisterial districts in the County. The maps display the precinct boundaries and voting location information. The maps are available by clicking on the link below to open the Election District Map Book. Once opened, you have the option to print the individual precinct maps or select the bookmark for the individual precinct name.

Election District Map Book

Contact us with any questions you have about the materials described on this page.