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The public is invited to attend one of two virtual workshops about the Sacramento County redistricting process. These workshops will also provide an overview of the mapping tools available for the public to draw proposed district boundaries and an opportunity for public comment on communities of interest and potential district boundaries. 

VIRTUAL WORKSHOP 1 – MONDAY, JUNE 21, 2021, AT 6:05 P.M. 

Choose an option to participate and/or watch the meeting as follows:

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VIRTUAL WORKSHOP 2 – WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 2021, AT 9:30 A.M. 

Choose an option to participate and/or watch the meeting as follows:

After the presentation, the public is invited to provide comments, either in-person or on the phone, about communities of interest and mapping priorities.

The workshops are among many public meetings to provide redistricting information and receive input from the public. 
Videos of each public hearing/workshop will be available afterward on the meetings webpage for the public to view at their convenience.

What is Redistricting?

Sacramento County Board of Supervisor District Boundaries must be redrawn every 10 years using U.S. Census data in order to make the five districts as equal in population as possible and that each member represents about the same number of constituents.

Why is Redistricting Important?

Redistricting is important because it determines which neighborhoods and communities will be grouped together for the purposes of electing a board member. Residents have the opportunity to provide input on what kind of boundaries should be drawn to best represent their community. 

How Can the Public Participate in Redistricting?

The County encourages participation by Sacramento County residents and will provide information through this webpage​, on social media, via a Redistricting Info email distribution list, local media, and community-based organizations and partners. Information will include public workshops, public hearings, draft maps, how to draw boundary lines for your district, and more.

For more information, visit the Sacramento County 2021 Redistricting webpage, or sign up for email and text alerts about redistricting.​

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