2022 Redistricting Process
Every ten years, boundaries of all local governments that elect by district, including special districts like the Consolidated Irrigation District, are updated to reflect how populations have changed based on the most recent U.S. Census. On March 9, 2022, the Consolidated Irrigation District Board of Directors voted to select its final district map. The map met all redistricting criteria and made the least number of changes to the 2010 approved map.
Final Consolidated Irrigation District Map
To find your division on the new map, click on the image below which will take you to our “Find your Division” tool. Enter your address in the top right corner and the tool will tell you your CID division.
Under state law, divisions of special districts should:
- Be nearly equal in population
- Be as compact as possible
- Consist of geographically contiguous area
- To the extent feasible, have boundaries that coincide with existing recognized natural boundaries
- To the extent feasible, preserve existing communities of related and mutual interest
The Board of Directors worked with census data and outside consultants to assess Consolidated Irrigation District’s population and communities of related interests to develop preliminary options for the five divisions of Consolidated Irrigation District by February 2022. A final plan was submitted to the Board of Directors for a vote of approval at their meeting on March 9, 2022.
Public hearing materials
Public hearings were advertised through email updates, notices posted in the Selma Enterprise, and this website. Both public hearings were open for public comment, and Consolidated Irrigation District also offered an email and phone option for public comment between the hearings.
Para aprender más sobre el funcionamiento de este proceso, por favor contáctenos: (559) 896-1660