Re-Districting Process 2021-2022
Central FD Re-Districting Process Information
The re-districting process of the Central Fire District of Santa Cruz County has begun. After receiving public oral communication on the possibility of a CVRA violation it was decided that the public interest would be best served by converting from an at-large based election system to a district-based electoral system
The Central Fire District has chosen National Demographics Corporation to implement the planning, mapping and population data collection/analysis for this process. A number of public workshops will be scheduled to receive input from District residents on this process before final plan revisions are made and adopted.
We will continue to update this page with new information as this process develops.
September 15, 2020
Public oral communication received during the Board of Directors Meeting as to the possibility of a CVRA violation and consideration of changing to a district-based electoral system.
March 9, 2021
- Presented Plan at the March 9th Board of Directors Meeting:
April 13, 2021
- At the April 13th Board of Directors Meeting, presented Staff Report & Resolution 2021-03, Declaring the Board’s Intent to Transition from At-Large to District-Based Elections by November 2022 General District Election, Pursuant to California Elections Code Section 10010.
We will be adding more information as we continue through this process, including information from the National Demographics Corporation and draft maps of the proposed areas. The public is strongly encouraged to attend our upcoming Board of Directors meetings to give input on this process as well. Public Comments on this or any other District-related topic may also be submitted via email at PublicComments@centralfiresc.org.