Mapping requirements per Fair MAPS Act
Equal population: ✔︎ Deviations are within 5%. ? Can you draw boundaries and keep or improve population equality?
Voting Rights Act of 1965: ✔︎ No majority minority district identified in the Alameda County
Respect Community of Interest: ? Is your Community of Interest kept together in a single district? Is your community in the same district with neighboring communities you want?
Keep city and Census Designated Place together: ? Oakland is split into 3 districts. Fremont and Pleasanton are split into 2 districts. If you live in the area, are you OK with the split?
District boundaries easily identifiable by residents: ? Can you tell where the boundaries are? Does it make sense to you?
Finalist MAP A3 Modified
Visual instruction how to use interactive map
How to view visualizations of the Board of Supervisors Districts
Draft and Visualization Maps
Community of Interest Maps Submitted
Proposed Draft Maps
Draft Map A
Draft Map A1
Draft Map A2
Draft Map A3
Public Maps submitted
Public Map 1
Public Map 2
Public Map 3
Public Map 4
Proposed Visualization Maps
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