Redistricting is the process of redrawing the lines of districts from which public officials are elected to
reflect population shifts in accordance with the results of the census. The boundaries for County Board districts
will be adjusted based on population changes that have occurred over the last decade. Through the redistricting process, the
population within each supervisory district will be equalized so that residents across the County have equal
representation on the Board of Supervisors.
The Redistricting Subcommittee of the Executive Committee will develop a tentative supervisory district plan. The
County Board will hold a public hearing on the tentative plan prior to approving it and forwarding it to municipalities
for review. The County Board will consider municipal input and approve a final plan in the fall. The approved final
map will then be used for the next decade.
The Redistricting Subcommittee of the Executive Committee is meeting on
the proposed redistricting. The minutes and agendas for these meetings are recorded on the following site:
The following resource materials are available: