The City of Santa Rosa is currently undergoing the process of redistricting following the completion of the 2020 U.S. Census. Redistricting, which occurs approximately every ten years, is defined as election districts lines being redrawn so that each district is substantially equal in population.
To learn more about how this process will impact district-based elections for 2022 and beyond, go to srcity.org/Redistricting.
The below information refers to how the CIty conducted the transition to district-based elections for 2018.
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT YOUR MAP WAS FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 2018 BY 5:00 P.M. Thank you to all the residents that submitted maps. NDC has reviewed all maps for population balancing, ensuring they are contiguous and not in violation of the Federal or California Voting Rights Act. All maps submitted are NOW posted on the Interactive Review Map or you may view the draft maps in PDF below.
The City Council held the third public hearing on Tuesday, March 13, 2018. This hearing provided the public an opportunity to respond to draft maps and make recommendations regarding the proposed district boundaries and the potential sequence of elections. The City Council narrowed its selection from twenty-eight (28) draft maps to six (6). However, at the March 13th meeting council members asked for modifications to be made to maps 101 and 127, listed below are the revisions labeled as 101B and 127B consecutively. Your comments and draft maps may still be submitted to SantaRosa@NDCresearch.com.