Share Your Community of Interest 

  1. Share Your Community of Interest
  2. Comparta su Comunidad de Interés
  3. 分享你的利益共同体

Share you Community of Interest

What are Communities of Interest?

State law defines a “community of interest" as "a population that shares common social or economic interests that should be included within a single supervisorial district for purposes of its effective and fair representation. Communities of interest do not include relationships with political parties, incumbents, or political candidates."

One of the guidelines for drawing district boundaries is to learn about communities across the County. To the extent practicable, the County will aim to keep each community of interest together in a district. 

Example of Communities of Interest

Examples of potential Community of Interest (COI) that can be considered in redistricting include: 

  • Urban and rural interests
  •  Housing patterns and living conditions (urban, suburban, rural)
  • Cultural, religious, and language characteristics
  • Communication and transportation networks
  • Transportation hubs / centers
  • School districts / attendance areas
  • Income levels
  • Educational backgrounds
  • Age demographics, household size / family size
  • Group quarters, housing owners vs. renters
  • Policy issues (concerns about crime, education, etc.)
  • Employment and economic patterns (How are community residents employed? What is the economic base of the community?)
  • Health and environmental conditions
  • Work opportunities
  • Social interests
  • Community centers
  • Parks / dog parks
  • Media markets
  • Occupations and lifestyles
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