​​Redistricting Sacramento County 2021​​​​​​​

What is Redistricting?

Why is Redistricting Important?

How can the Public Participate in Redistricting?

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Redistricting Rules and Goals

Federal Laws

  • Substantially Equal Population
  • No Gerrymandering
  • Federal Voting Rights Act

California Criteria for Counties

  • Geographically Contiguous
  • Communities of interest, cities, & census designated places kept together as much as possible
  • Use easily identifiable, existing natural or artificial boundaries (rivers, creeks, parks, streets, highways, rail tracks, etc.​)
  • Does not bypass one community or area to reach to get to another area​

Other Traditional Redistricting Principles

  • Respect voters' choices/ avoid head-to-head contests
  • Future population growth
  • Minimizing shifts of voters from 2022 to 2024 elections​​

Current District Maps

Sacramento County has five supervisorial districts, serving residents in the unincorporated areas as well as in the seven incorporated cities within its boundaries. The County covers 984 square miles and is home to 1.5 million residents. 

Current Supervisorial District Map - Current supervisorial district boundaries. 

Who represents me? - Find your district - Simply enter your address and scroll down to “Political Districts." 

Unincorporated Areas Map - Unincorporated areas in Sacramento County. 

Incorporated Cities Map - Seven incorporated cities' boundaries in Sacramento County.  

Sacramento County Communities - Census Designated Places in Sacramento County. 

Sacramento County Area Maps - Sacramento County area maps.​