Redistricting – Area-Based Elections
Historical overview of the Division-Based map


In November 2020, Central San transitioned from an at-large to an area-based election system which will be in effect for the 2022 election cycle. With the 2020 Census complete, the District reviewed the boundaries and reshaped the division map with the latest data as required and held a series of public hearings in the fall of 2021.

The purpose of the public hearing was to receive public input regarding the REDISTRICTING of Director Division map boundaries that were formed in the fall of 2020 that set a preliminary election boundary map and sequence. As mentioned above, the District reviewed the boundaries and reshaped the map as required with the latest data 2020 Census data through a similar hearing process.

2020 Sequencing Election Map

At the conclusion of the November 18, 2021 public hearing, the Central San Board of Directors provided direction to the demographer and staff to finalize the “Purple Map” for final consideration and adoption at the December 2, 2021 Regular Board Meeting at 2:30 p.m.

Purple 2021 II no Overlay

To view other divisional maps that were considered during the public hearings,  select the Proposed Maps in the table below.

Proposed Maps

Central San developed multiple draft maps. Each PDF file has two pages — the first is the map, the second is the demographic profile of the proposed election divisions.

Map adopted by Board resolution following the November 16, 2020, public hearing: 

103b: city focus, with pairing, alternative south, with revised election sequence

Proposed Maps based on 2020 Census Data:


If you have questions or for more information, contact the Secretary of the District at or (925) 229-7303