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Redistricting presentation set for Roseville on Aug. 23, Granite Bay and virtual option on Aug. 25
Published on Aug. 18, 2021
Residents are invited to join Placer County redistricting presentations at the Martha Riley Library in Roseville on Aug. 23 and the Granite Bay Library on Aug. 25.
The Aug. 25 presentation in Granite Bay will also offer residents an option to participate remotely via Zoom.
These are informational meetings for community members and interested stakeholders to learn more about the redistricting process.
The presentations will include an overview of the redistricting process and timeline, and share a survey for participants to help define communities of interest within Placer County.
Redistricting Placer presentation in Roseville
Date: Monday, Aug. 23
Time: 5 - 6 p.m.
Address: Martha Riley Library
1501 Pleasant Grove Blvd.
Roseville, CA 95747
Redistricting Placer presentation in Granite Bay, remote participation option
Date: Wednesday, Aug. 25
Time: 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Address: Granite Bay Library
6475 Douglas Blvd.
Granite Bay, CA 95746
Zoom link: https://placer-ca-gov.zoom.us/j/98086276021
Telephone: 1-888-788-0099 (Toll Free) or 877-853-5247 (Toll Free)
Webinar ID: 980 8627 6021
Visit the Placer County Redistricting calendar webpage for presentation details, here.
Placer County has also launched the Redistricting Placer interactive website https://www.placer.ca.gov/redistricting, a roadmap for how residents can participate in redrawing Placer’s supervisorial district boundaries to reflect population changes reported in the 2020 Census.
Residents can stay up to date on redistricting in Placer County by subscribing to Redistricting Placer informational updates, here.
Redistricting takes place every 10 years after the federal census. District boundaries for federal, state and local elected offices are redrawn to reflect new population data and shifting populations.
Census data allows county officials to realign supervisorial districts in their counties, accounting for shifts in population growth since the last Census and assuring equal representation for their constituents in compliance with the “one-person, one-vote” principle of the Voting Rights Act.