Davis County's population increase could mean one more seat in the state House of Representatives, officials say, but Weber County could lose a seat.
How Davis and Weber counties' populations will impact the state Senate districts has not been determined, said Sen. Stuart Reid, R-Ogden.
Reid represents District 18, which starts at 12th Street in Ogden and takes in Riverdale, Washington Terrace, South Ogden, Uintah, South Weber, Sunset and part of Layton.
"I have not put together any proposals yet," said Reid, who is part of the committee that consists of 14 House members and seven senators. Of the House members, three are Democrats, and of the Senate members, two are Democrats.
Reid said he is taking input from residents before submitting his proposal.
But Reps. Gage Froerer, R-Huntsville, and Roger Barrus, R-Centerville, have already submitted their proposals, which the public can view and comment on.
"It's not set in concrete, but more than likely, Weber is going to lose a seat," Froerer said.
He said that's because Weber County's population base is not growing as fast as Davis County's -- and in some areas, it has actually decreased.
Barrus said the increased population growth in Davis County is mostly in the Syracuse area, so that's where the new seat is being proposed.
The committee is trying to adjust each district so House members each represent about 37,000 residents. The last census, in 2010, showed Utah's population growth increased by almost 24 percent.
Weber could lose District 10, which is represented by Rep. Dixon Pitcher, R-Ogden.
"That's the district that is slated to be eliminated," Froerer said.
He said District 11, represented by Rep. Brad Dee, R-Washington Terrace, could change. Currently, the district is partially in Weber County and partially in Davis County.
"Remember, it's not set in concrete," Froerer said.
The proposal shows District 11 moving back into Weber County, incorporating Riverdale, Froerer said.
South Weber would end up as part of District 16, according to Barrus' proposal.
The final approval for the new districts will take place before the 2012 election.
By law, redistricting also must take place for the state school board and federal House seats.