Nevada County Board of Supervisor district boundaries must be redrawn every 10 years using U.S. Census data to make the county’s five districts as equal in population as possible. The County hired a specialist to perform this assessment and recommendations were then presented to the board for our feedback. The main goals in the process were to keep communities of interest whole and to limit any differences in population across the districts to no more than 10%.
While the final changes have not yet been adopted, it’s looking like the changes to District 1 will be as follows:
The final map showing the new supervisorial district boundaries is to be adopted by the Board of Supervisors at their Dec. 14, 2021 meeting. Find out more on the County’s website and feel free to submit comments to firstname.lastname@example.org. Comments will be available for the public and the commissioners to review.