Elections Code Section 21628(g) requires these districting webpages to be maintained for 10 years after the adoption of council district boundaries. No modifications were made after final map adoption on March 15, 2022.
After a draft map is submitted, the demographic consultants will generate the population and other demographic details for each proposed map. Following this process the draft maps will be posted here for the public to review.
Draft maps meeting all legal requirements will be considered by the City Council at a final public hearing on March 1, 2022.
On November 16, 2021, following the Federal U.S. Census population updates indicating the current city district boundaries to be population balanced, the Campbell City Council voted unanimously to include the current district boundary map (originally adopted in 2019) as a draft map for formal consideration in the redistricting process. The second page of this map reflects the 2020 Federal U.S. Census results for the City of Campbell.
Current City Council District Boundary Map
The final deadline to submit draft maps for consideration was February 18, 2022. The final public hearing was held in person at the Campbell City Hall - Council Chambers, as well as virtually on March 1, 2022.
The four draft maps below were submitted and discussed by the City Council at the 3rd public hearing held on February 1, 2022. There were no additional maps submitted for consideration.
Draft Map 101
Draft Map 102
Draft Map 103
Draft Map 104