Redistricting is the constitutionally required process of evaluating and adjusting the lines of federal, state, and local voting districts in accordance with changes in population and other demographics. In the modern era of redistricting, all district lines, including those for special districts such as West Basin Municipal Water District (West Basin), must be reviewed after each decennial census to meet requirements for population equality and voting rights protections. Utilizing 2020 Census data, West Basin is currently conducting its redistricting process and must adopt updated district lines by the state mandated deadline of April 17, 2022.
West Basin Municipal Water District will hold two public hearings to receive public input and testimony regarding proposed re-alignment of the electoral districts for election to the Board (director divisions). The Board will consider plans based on the 2020 Census, presented by the District’s consultants.
The next public hearing will be held on April 6, 2022, as part of a special Board of Directors meeting, which will begin at 10:00 a.m. The hearings will be held at the District’s offices at 17140 S. Avalon Blvd., Carson, CA 90746. Members of the public will also be able to participate by video teleconference or phone. Please view the agendas for information about these remote participation options.
Public Hearing Notices
Maps and Tables
- Existing Divisions in color and outlined in black
- Existing Divisions with an overlay of cities and Census places
- Subcommittee Proposal (in color) overlaid with the outlines of the Existing Divisions (in black)
- Subcommittee Proposal with an overlay of cities and Census places
- Demographic Spreadsheet (existing)
- Demographic Spreadsheet (subcommittee proposal)
Online Map Tool
For more information on the District’s redistricting process, please contact Matt Veeh at (310) 660-6273.