There are three ways to obtain County Board District Maps:
- Click the links below to view and download an Adobe Acrobat PDF file online at no charge.
- Use Maps Online to view detailed reports on individual County Board districts as well as to print customized maps.
- Order paper copies of the County Board District Maps below for a fee.
These maps show the boundaries of the county board districts either individually or on a countywide basis. The boundaries may be revised every 10 years following the census.
Lake County has 21 county board members, each representing a separate district area. There is a separate large and small map product for each of the 21 districts. The districts represent equal population as determined by the 2010 census, but the districts vary significantly in area in order to encompass equal population. Note that there is a single countywide map showing all 21 district boundaries, however where greater detail is needed to see the precise location of these boundaries, the individual district maps would be needed.
To access an Individual District Map click on a district below in the list or on the map. The maps are in Adobe Acrobat PDF file format, some files are large and may take awhile to view. These maps are intended to be printed at approximately 46" x 35" and if printed at 8-1/2 x 11 will not be very legible.
Precinct Map Books contain an overview map of the entire district and individual map pages with roads and tax parcels of each precinct within that district. Precinct Map Books are suitable for printing at 8-1/2 x 11.
Having trouble viewing or printing the PDF? Read this web page.
Paper copies of the same County Board District maps are available for purchase.
County board district lines may change once every decade.
Map Features include: District Boundaries, County Boundaries, Municipalities, Forest Preserves, Parcels, Landmarks, Trails, Railroads, Street Centerlines, and Major Water. The following features are also labeled with their names: Counties, Municipalities, Forest Preserves, Railroads, Streets, Major Water, as well as the common name for Landmarks. Political Maps also include Election Precinct Boundaries, which are labeled with their associated Precinct Number.
Varies depending on size of district, 1 inch = 1,000 feet or 1 inch = 1,500 feet
Large - Varies depending on the size of the district. Ranges from 46 x 35 inches to 25 x 19 inches
Large color $10.00