2021 Final Redistricting Map

The Board of Supervisors adopted the final redistricting map on December 7, 2021. Please see the new map here. Sacramento County final redistricting map 

County residents can utilize the interactive map titled, “Final Supervisorial District Map” to view the new lines and see where they reside within them.

District 1 description

District 1 includes the communities of: Downtown, Natomas, Del Paso Heights, Curtis Park, Oak P​ark, Tahoe Park, and McClellan.

More specifically, starting where the Union Pacific Railway crosses into Sacramento County, following the railway south to Ascot Avenue, then east on Ascot Avenue to the McClellan Park property line. Following the property line north to Elkhorn Boulevard and continuing south on the property line to Watt Avenue. Then south on Watt Avenue to the Union Pacific Railway, southwest along the railway to the Sacramento city limit. Then following the city limit on its eastern border south to the American River, and following upstream to Howe Avenue. Then south on Howe Avenue to Folsom Boulevard, southeast on Folsom Boulevard to S​outh Watt Avenue, continuing south along the of Sacramento city limit to Florin Road. Then west on Florin Road to Power Inn Road, north on Power Inn Road to Fruitridge Road, west to the Light Rail Meadowview-line, then north towards downtown to Sutterville Road.  Then west on Sutterville Road to Freeport Boulevard, north on Freeport Boulevard to Vallejo Way, and west on Vallejo Way to the Sacramento River. Then following the Sacramento River north (upstream) to the Sacramento County line, then east along the county line to the point of beginning.

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