Our primary goal when redrawing districts is to draw lines that respect neighborhoods, history and geographical elements. So we want to know: What do you consider the boundaries of your neighborhood?
You can select your community using County map layers (Community Services Districts, Fire Safe Council areas, rural centers, census designated places, etc.) OR you can draw your own boundaries. Describe your community and send us your input to help us draw new boundaries.
Go to instructions for getting started on drawing your community of interest.
Go to the map drawing site.
Want to simply describe your community of interest instead? Go to our Community of Interest Information Form.
Districting is different than most issues that come before the Board. Instead of being limited to saying you support or oppose a County prepared map, you can draw a map yourself!
Check back here soon for ways to get involved by drawing a map.
Publicly-available Mapping Tools
The team at Tufts University’s Metric Geometry and Gerrymandering Group (MGGG) has created the
DistrictR tool. You can visit their website for more information.
The Princeton University/Princeton Gerrymandering Team has created the Representable tool. You can find information at the Representable website.