MyDistricting | MIDPENINSULA
Enterprise Redistricting Software & Services by
Your comment has been added to the map.
Labels visible at zoom level 10.
Labels visible at zoom level 13.
Labels visible at zoom level 15.
Labels visible at zoom level 17.
Current Map Zoom:
Population and Geography based on 2010 census
I like A and B, with a preference toward A since the lines are less jagged as they are based on roads. And Board members would have a better idea where their ward ends. But either is better than C. Nice website BTW.
My preference is for option A. As others have mentioned, both A and B address the strange "gerrymandered" look of the current wards (and option C). I prefer the cleaner separations in A, and in particular that it doesn't split preserves like Fremont Older across wards.
The regional map is best. I agree that the Mountain View and Sunnyvale regions should be combined into one.
I like both A and B, with a slight preference for A, siding with Stephen, Lori and Matt. Are Mountain View and Sunnyvale wards really that high density that they are so small geographically?
Options A and B both appear to be very reasonable. Option C looks convoluted.
I agree with Matt Brunnings. Also, I want to see more regionalism in Bay Area governance and less city based divisiveness.
I would be interested to know if the review process included any maps that would give a larger voice to BIPOC communities. While that is not a requirement here it is of great concern when redistricting for the CVRA.
This is my preferred option. I like how the wards are shaped regularly and the boundaries make sense.
Thank you for your interest in Midpen's ward redistricting project. All comments are visible to the public and will appear in this list with your name. For questions or assistance, contact Jamie Hawk, GIS Program Administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For assistance or questions, please contact Jamie Hawk, GIS Program Administrator (email@example.com)
Do you wish to be contacted?