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Background

The Imperial Community College District has commenced work that will redistrict Trustee areas to conform to changes as found in the 2020 Census. Public participation in the redistricting process is essential, and this webpage is intended to provide updates on the process, share opportunities for public participation, and provide a way to submit comments and questions. The ICCD Board voted July 21 to establish a seven-member Redistricting Advisory Committee to study and recommend updated draft boundaries for the Trustee areas based on results of the 2020 Census.
The Committee will meet over a five month period to work with Board of Trustees as well as a demographer, legal counsel and IVC staff as they receive public input. The Committee will review and make recommendations regarding draft maps, communities of interest, and other important issues, all culminating with the Imperial Community College District Board of Trustees adopting a final map by the mandated March 1, 2022 deadline.
The present calendar projects the Board approve the new districts at its January 19, 2022, board meeting. However, this schedule and the one the follows is dependent upon timely release of census data.

 

General Description or Trustee Areas

These are general descriptions of the current trustee areas for reference only. The map above is a complete illustration of all areas.
Trustee Area 1: Calexico and rural areas west of Highway 111 (Imperial Ave), north of Highway 98, west of Meadows Road, north to the San Diego/Imperial County Line and south to the U.S./Mexico International line.
Trustee Area 2: Parts of the City of El Centro and rural areas south of Evan Hewes Highway/Adams Avenue, north W. McCabe Road, west of Eighth Street and east of Forrester Road. Area also extends north of Adams Avenue between Austin Road and Eighth Street.
Trustee Area 3: Includes the City of Imperial and rural areas north of Interstate 8, South of Payne Road to Dogwood Road between Ralph Road and El Centro and Imperial city limits, and east to the San Diego/Imperial County line.
Trustee Area 4: Includes the city of Brawley and some rural areas south of Highway 78, north of Payne Road/Worthington to Dogwood Road and a section between Mead Road and River Drive, and west to the San Diego/Imperial County line.
Trustee Area 5: Parts of El Centro east of Eighth Street including rural areas to Bowker Road and north of Evan Hewes Highway to Highway 115 and south of Interstate 8 between Clark and Dogwood Roads to West Heber Road.
Trustee Area 6: Includes the cities of Holtville, Calipatria and Westmorland and the communities of Niland and Bombay Beach.
Trustee Area 7: All of east Imperial County between the East Highline Canal and Arizona border, including the community of Winterhaven. Area also incorporates a large portion of Calexico south of Interstate 8 and east of Highway 111 (Imperial Ave.) with a section east of Meadows Road, south of Highway 98, and north of Jasper Road.

 

Public Comment Form

2021 Redistricting Map Options


2020 Census

The 2020 Census was significantly impacted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Census data informs the districting process and is not expected to be released until last September.

Process Updates

We will post important updates, recordings of public hearings and draft maps here.
 
Minutes and Audio Recording of Meeting, see:

11/03/21 IVC Citizens Advisory Committee Meeting

11/08/21 IVC Citizens Advisory Committee (Public Hearing)

11/30/21 - Redistricting/Visioning Community Workshop - Holtville, CA

12/01/21 Redistricting/Visioning Community Workshop - Brawley, CA

12/02/21 Redistricting/Visioning Community Workshop Notes - Winterhaven, CA

Imperial Community College District

Redistricting Advisory Committee:

Area Name
1 Jimmy Duron
2 Michael Minnix
3 Rebecca Singh
4 Eric Reyes
5 Norma Sierra Galindo
6 Raul Navarro
7 Victor Carrillo

Action Plan for Redistricting

The Imperial Community College District has commenced a review of 2020 Census demographic data, in consultation with a demographer and legal counsel, with the intent of changing the boundaries of trustee representation areas. To accomplish this task, the Board of Trustees and District staff will be taking a series  of actions to ensure transparent and comprehensive compliance by the mandated March 1, 2022 deadline.
Below is a general timeline of the process. All dates are contingent upon timely access to specific Imperial  County Census data.

Meeting / Activity
Type of Meeting Meeting Format BB&K  Projected Date/Time
Website launched N/A N/A N/A August 1, 2021
Redistricting Consultants retained to provide an analysis of new district boundaries Public Meeting IVC Board In Person N/A September 15, 2021
IVC Citizen’s Advisory Committee finalized Public
Meeting
(ICCD Regular Board Meeting)
In Person N/A September 15, 2021
Anticipated release of census data to include adjustments for Prisons N/A N/A N/A September 30, 2021

Public hearing with Advisory Committee to discuss process, seek input from public regarding existing boundaries and communities of interest. (1st IVC Citizens Advisory Committee Meeting).

10/04/21 - IVC Citizen’s Advisory Committee Meeting
Public Hearing In Person In Person
October 4, 2021
6:00 p.m.
IVC Board Room
Staff reviews scenario options from Redistricting Consultants Staff Meeting In Person On Line October 22, 2021
Redistricting Consultants review tentative IVC district map alternatives with citizens committee. Committee chooses three alternatives. Public Meeting In Person In Person
November 3, 2021
5:00 p.m.
IVC Board Room
Countywide on-line public hearing with Advisory Committee to discuss the three alternatives Public Hearing
Captioner/ASL
Zoon On Line
November 8, 2021
6:00 p.m.
Community Workshops Location In Person N/A 6:00 P.M.
Calexico Calexico School Unified School District Board Room
Curriculum Textbook Conference Center,
901 Andrade Avenue, Trailer #20, Calexico, CA 92231
  12/07/21

Holtville

11/30/21 - Redistricting/Visioning Community Workshop - Holtville, CA

Finley Elementary School Cafeteria 627 East 6th Street
Holtville, CA 92250
  11/30/21

Brawley, Westmorland, and Calipatria

12/01/21 Redistricting/Visioning Community Workshop - Brawley, CA

Brawley Chamber of Commerce 204 S. Imperial Ave.
Brawley, CA
  12/1/21

Winterhaven

12/02/21 Redistricting/Visioning Community Workshop Notes - Winterhaven, CA

San Pasqual Valley High School Library Route 1,
679 Baseline Road
Winterhaven, CA
  12/2/21
Calipatria Calipatria Unified School District Board Room 501 W. Main St. Calipatria, Ca 92233   12/2/21
El Centro and Imperial Central Union Valley High School 351 W. Ross Ave.
El Centro, CA
  12/6/21
Combined IVC Board /citizens committee meeting to review three scenarios and input from workshops. Hearing
(ICCD Special Board Meeting)
In Person In Person December 8, 2021
6:00 p.m.
IVC Board Room
IVC Citizens Committee meeting reviews updated scenarios incorporating changes from joint meeting. Public Meeting In Person On Line
December 9, 2021
6:00 p.m.
IVC Board Room
IVC Citizens Committee narrows scenarios to two recommendations for IVC board Public Meeting In Person On Line
January 10, 2022
6:00 p.m.
IVC Board Room
IVC Board adopts resolution approving final plan and transmits to County Hearing
(ICCD Regular Board Meeting)
In Person On Line January 19, 2022
6:00 p.m.
IVC Board Room

IVCCD Overview Map mediumThe situation

Federal Voting Rights Act requires proportional representation

  • As discussed last month, ICCD trustee boundaries were redistricted in 2011 for the first time since the District’s formation in 1959
  • Boundaries must now be examined after each census and redrawn as necessary to meet proportional requirements
  • We are coordinating efforts with both ICOE and the County as they also go through this process

 

 

 

 

 

Milestones for IVC Redistricting

  • Retain a demographer by September 15
  • Board appoints seven-member advisory committee –September 15
  • First Citizens Advisory Committee meeting to review current board areas, seek public input –October 4
  • Local census data released –October 31
  • Demographer reviews alternative maps with Advisory Committee – December 1
  • Combined Citizens Committee/Board workshop to review three scenarios – December 8
  • Public hearings in population centers between December 13 and January 6
  • Citizens committee narrows scenarios to two recommendations for presentation to Board –January 17
  • Board reviews scenarios and adopts final map –January 19

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