Tan: This map is much more compact and uses the railroad corridor as a border; Councilmembers Boyce and Gerdes are both in District A, so no current Councilmember resides in C; D again keeps the heavily Latino neighborhood united; and east of Kaweah remains united in E, while downtown is entirely in District C.
Yellow: Instead of uniting downtown, this map gives each of 4 districts a piece of downtown (I tried but could not draw a reasonable map that would give all 5 districts a piece of downtown without diluting Latino voting strength and/or making pairs of Councilmembers in two different districts); unites the ‘east of Kaweah’ area in District E; keeps the heavily Latino area southwest of downtown united; all 5 districts touch the railroad corridor; and keeps each Councilmember in a separate district (with the same small block split as in Green).
downtown and east of Kaweah Ave are each united in their own (separate) districts (B and E, respectively); the west side of town is drawn into reasonably compact districts; all five districts touch on the railroad corridor; District D keeps the heavily Latino area southwest of downtown united; and this map keeps each Councilmember in their own district (though that requires a small 3-housse parcel-level division in the Census Block where Councilmembers Boyce (now in A) and Gerdes (now in C) live
The Exeter Bark Park opened in April 2011 and its been a hit ever since. It is located at F and Palm Streets. The private organization has submitted a map to assist dog-owners in finding the park.
This is a walking tour of the Murals located in Exeter, California. The guide is provided by the Exeter Chamber of Commerce. See their website for more information.
City of Exeter Zone Map 2013
City of Exeter Address Map includes a map of every address within the Exeter city limits
Exeter city limits map