CCC BOE Approves Political Boundaries

New Political Boundaries Approved
Posted on 03/01/2022
Redistricting boundaries approvedPLEASANT HILL, CA—The Contra Costa County Board of Education recently completed the constitutionally-mandated redistricting process, adopting a map that draws new political boundaries for elected members.

The new map with five Trustee Areas will be in place for the 2022 election cycle.

“For the next decade, the adopted map will determine the Trustee Areas for the Board of Education,” Contra Costa County Board of Education president Sarah Butler said. “I want to thank the members of the community and my colleagues on the Board for their input into this process. The feedback was incorporated, and the adopted map now reflects the will of the people.”

Every 10 years, political boundaries are adjusted, based on new population numbers from the U.S. Census in the redistricting process as required by law

The process for the Contra Costa County Board of Education started in September 2021 and was led by the consulting firm, Redistricting Partners, of Sacramento. After several meetings and public hearings, the Board of Education selected the map labelled D3 at its February 9 meeting. The final adopted map is similar to the Board of Supervisor’s redistricting map, except for Trustee Areas 2 and 4 in central county are more closely aligned with school district boundaries.

More information about the redistricting process can be found on the CCCOE's redistricting webpage.
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