Find Your District
Riverside County supervisorial districts are made up of five separate boundaries. The boundaries are set based on population and other factors set forth by state and federal law. Every 10 years, the district lines are redrawn. The Riverside County Board of Supervisors adopted new boundaries in December 2021. The new districts go into effect at different times based on where you live. The new 2021 supervisorial district boundaries for District Two, District Four, and District Five go into effect in January 2023. Voters will elect supervisors for these new boundaries during the 2022 election cycle. The new 2021 boundaries for District One and District Three will go into effect in January 2025. Voters will elect supervisors for these new boundaries during the 2024 election cycle.