These maps show individual election precincts for Lake County. Registered voters are assigned to individual precincts. Those voting on Election Day cast their votes at the designated polling place for the precinct. These boundaries are proposed by the County Clerk and approved by the County Board following provisions of Illinois State Statutes. Precinct boundaries are changed to balance the number of voters among precincts and minimize the number of ballot styles representing unique combinations of elective districts in a precinct and for other purposes established by law.
There are three ways to obtain Election Precinct Maps:
- Use the links below to view and download individual and township precinct Adobe Acrobat PDF files online at no charge.
- Use Maps Online to view detailed reports on individual election precincts as well as to print customized maps.
- Order paper copies of the Election Precinct Maps below for a fee.
Click here to enter a precinct map number.
To access an individual township precinct map click on a township below. The maps are in Adobe Acrobat PDF file format, some files are large and may take a while to view. These maps are intended to be printed at approximately 34" x 56" and if printed at 8-1/2 x 11 will not be very legible.
To access a Precinct Map Book use the links below for each individual district. Precinct Map Books are a collection of all the individual precinct maps for a given political district. The maps are in Adobe Acrobat PDF file format, most files are large and may take a while to view.
Paper copies of the same Individual Township Precinct Maps are available for purchase.
Precinct Map Books of each individual political district are available for purchase.
Precinct boundaries can be changed as needed after approval by the County Board.
Precinct boundaries, precinct numbers, tax assessment parcel boundaries, road names, major water bodies.
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