New District Governing Board Ward Boundaries Approved
Following the completion of the decennial federal census, the Contra Costa Community College District (District) complies with Education Code to review
the ward boundaries of its elected trustees and make adjustments to reflect the changing population. The District is currently governed by five elected
trustees representing specified areas or wards of Contra Costa County. Staff has conducted a study and demographic analysis and recommended a proposal
that, using the 2010 census as a basis, revises current ward boundaries so that the population of each ward, as close as possible, reflects the same
proportion of the total population of the District as each of the other ward areas.
At its introduction during their September 14, 2011, meeting, the Governing Board decided to seek additional community input on the proposal
before formally accepting it. The Governing Board received an update on the input received on the proposal at their October 12, 2011, and
November 9, 2011, meeting. After reviewing and considering the public comments, the Governing Board approved the recommended changes to the Governing Board ward boundaries.
To learn if the revised ward boundaries affect who is your Governing Board representative, the District created a
color version of the approved revised ward boundaries.
In addition, the District provided the opportunity to view the approved revised ward boundaries down to the street level by clicking on the following link:
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The approved revised ward boundaries will be in effect at the next election.