2021 Mono County Redistricting


Mono County supervisorial district boundaries are geographically redrawn every 10 years in line with the county's population as reported by the U.S. Census, most recently conducted in 2020.

Community input is extremely important to the redistricting process, and there will be ongoing opportunities for comments on the proposed district lines. Ultimately, the Mono County Board of Supervisors will adopt the new supervisorial district boundaries by December 15, 2021.

The last time the County went through a redistricting process was in 2011.

In accordance with the California Election Code Section 21500, following each decennial federal census, and using that census as a basis, the Mono County Board of Supervisors adjusts the boundaries of any or all of the county supervisorial districts so that the districts shall be as nearly equal in population, and comply with applicable provisions of Section 1973 of Title 42 of the United States Code, as amended.

In establishing the boundaries of the supervisorial districts, the board may give consideration to the following factors:
(a) topography,
(b) geography,
(c) cohesiveness, contiguity, integrity, and compactness of territory, and
(d) community of interests of the districts.

Once the census data for Mono County has been published, population shifts may result in an unequal representation within the county’s supervisorial districts. Redistricting involves the adjustment of boundaries that may be necessary to maintain a substantially equal population between districts.

For more information, please visit the Mono County Redistricting Website at https://redistricting.monocounty.ca.gov.