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Presentation & Proposed Map

Public hearings were held on January 18 and February 8, 2022. 

NDC Demographics Presentation

Included in these materials is a possible “minimal change” map for the Board’s and the public’s consideration. 


In March 2019 San Ramon Valley Unified School District completed the process to transition from "at-large" to "by-trustee area" elections.  In a "by-trustee area" election system, each trustee is required to reside within a defined trustee area and is elected only by voters in that trustee area.

Per Education Code section 5019.5, upon the release of U.S. Decennial Census Data, school districts that use by-trustee area elections are required to evaluate whether their current trustee areas have equal population using the new census data.  As a general rule, the variation in total population among trustee areas must not exceed 10%.  If the total peak variation exceeds 10%, trustee area boundaries need to be adjusted.  This process is referred to as redistricting

The District hired professional demographers, National Demographics Corporation, to conduct a study of the 2020 Census data to determine whether the current trustee areas were population balanced.  NDC determined the total peak variation between trustee areas exceeded the 10% and trustee area boundaries needed to be adjusted.  NDC presented information regarding the redistricting process and discussed the results of the 2020 Census at board meetings held in January and February 2022.  

To ensure the redistricting process was transparent, the Board held several public hearings throughout the process and all had the opportunity to provide input on the proposed maps.

On February 22, 2022 a final public hearing held, and the Board adopted Resolution 62/21-22 approving adjustments to the boundaries of the District's trustee areas.  

The final adopted trustee area map was sent to the County Superintendent of Schools and the County Registrar of Voters. The County Registrars of Voters will adjust precinct boundaries before the filing deadline for the November 2022 trustee election. The new map will be used for the first time for the November 2022 election.