Roseville redistricting maps

Subject of six public meetings scheduled for January

Roseville, Calif.- At its December 20 meeting, the Roseville Independent Redistricting Commission selected six maps from the 23 submitted by the public to be part of the final public review before a final map is chosen.

High resolution versions and detailed demographic information is available for each of the final draft maps at Roseville.ca.us/redistricting.


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“We believe this final set of maps reflects the public input we’ve received to this point and offers some real choices,” said Paul Frank, Independent Redistricting Commission Chair. “I encourage residents of Roseville to review these maps and provide your input to the Commission.”

Public Meetings

Six public meetings will be held in January at five different locations around the city to get further public input on the final set of maps.

Final selection slated for January 24

The Independent Redistricting Commission is comprised of community members and is empowered to adopt the new district boundaries without City Council approval.

The final map will be selected at the January 24 Independent Redistricting Commission public meeting. It will outline the boundaries for the five Roseville City Council districts until 2031.

More information about the City’s redistricting effort can be found at Roseville.ca.us/redistricting.

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