Plumas County hosted the first two public meetings in the redistricting process, with both presentations available for viewing online at https://plumascounty.us/2922/Schedule.
On October 6, 2021, the District Scenario Modeler, went live at https://plumas-county-district-scenario-modeler-maulfoster.hub.arcgis.com/. This tool allows the public to submit their own maps for review.
State law requires cities and counties to engage communities in the redistricting process by holding public hearings, workshops and conducting public outreach. Plumas County is working to engage residents in the process through community-based outreach and online at https://www.plumascounty.us/2781/Redistricting-2021.
The third hearing for the redistricting process will provide an introduction of draft maps. These maps will not necessarily be the final map chosen by the Board of Supervisors, but will provide a starting point for the public and the Supervisors to determine the supervisorial boundaries.
This hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021 from 1 to 2 p.m. at the Board of Supervisors’ chambers, located at 520 Main Street, Room 308, Quincy, CA, 95971. The meeting will also be available to attend virtually via zoom.
Zoom Meeting ID: 862 5183 4238
Dial by Phone: +1 346 248 7799,US
A complete schedule of meetings is available online at https://www.plumascounty.us/2922/Schedule
Plumas County is engaging county residents to participate in the process, including drawing their own districting boundaries online and submitting them to the county for consideration. To learn more about the redistricting process and ways to get involved, visit https://www.plumascounty.us/2781/Redistricting-2021.
“For those interested in the Redistricting Process, this is the hearing you want to attend! Public input is very important to redistricting, and this is the opportunity for the public to see the maps that the County is looking at and provide feedback. The 2021 redistricting process will be based on numbers from the 2020 Census. We know that these last few months have significantly changed our county, and we’re eager to engage the population during this time to hear their ideas as to how to shape the County to best serve their needs,” said Plumas County Deputy County Counsel, Sara James.