Following the US Census Bureau's data from the 2020 Census, CCWD must adjust its division boundaries to reflect new information from the census for the next general District election in November 2022. The redistricting deadline is April 17, 2022, as extended by Senate Bill 594 passed September 3, 2021.
Redistricting aims to ensure fair and equitable representation on the CCWD Board of Directors. Each time the Census is conducted, we review existing electoral divisions to ensure they are substantially equal in population and reflect changes in demographics.
Find out what division you reside in now on our division map and see below for information about the redistricting process and how to submit a proposal.
Timeline (subject to change)
|Jan 5 at 6:30pm||Board Meeting - Docket (PDF)||Introduction of census results and election redistricting process|
|Feb 2 at 5pm||Public Proposals Due||Submit redistricting map proposals|
|Feb 16 at 6:30pm||Board Meeting - Public Hearing 1||Receive public comment on redistricting plan|
|Mar 16 at 6:30pm||Board Meeting - Public Hearing 2||Approve final redistricting plan|
|Apr 6 at 6:30pm||Board Meeting - Public Hearing 3||Approve legal boundaries and descriptions to meet the deadline on April 17, 2022|
You can participate in public Board meetings and hearings regarding redistricting via teleconference at (617) 829-7560 and provide input about redistricting throughout the process. Meeting information can be found on our Board Meetings page. Also, we are encouraging members of the public to submit their own redistricting map proposals by 5pm on February 2, 2022.
Redistricting Process Documents and Maps
- Follow requirements and consider factors set forth in California Elections Code Sections 22000-22001
- Draw and describe your community:
- Baseline Map Draft (PDF)
- Online interactive maps of current divisions and "slices"
- Plan submission map (PDF) (deadline to submit: 2/2/22)
- Plan submission spreadsheet (XLSX) (deadline to submit: 2/2/22)
- WHAT is a Community of Interest?
Those with common social or economic interests that should be included within a single district for effective, fair representation.
- WHY do they matter?
Communities of interest must be considered when deciding how to draw new district boundaries.
- WHO needs to participate?
Communities are best described by those with first‐hand knowledge. We want to hear about your community; you know it best!
- WHEN should I respond?
Public participation and comments are encouraged throughout the redistricting process. For consideration in the final maps, turn in redistricting proposals by 5pm on February 2, 2022.
- HOW do I submit information about my community?
Deliver to 24-hour drop box or mail to: 1331 Concord Ave., Concord, CA 94520
- WHERE can I get more information?
For more information, email email@example.com or call 925-688-8169.