Riverside County Supervisorial District Boundaries
The County of Riverside supervisorial district boundaries are geographically redrawn every 10 years in line with the county's population changes as reported by the U.S. Census, most recently conducted in 2020.
Following several weeks of public hearings and reviewing 38 versions of district maps, the Riverside County Board of Supervisors adopted new lines for the elected supervisors’ districts on Dec. 14, 2021.
Community Feedback Received
Hours of public comment were heard during five public hearings, along with numerous written comments providing feedback on the redistricting process and draft maps. Revisions were made to draft maps based on input provided by community members.
The previous time the county went through a redistricting process was in 2011. To view the 2011 website, click here.
Community members submitted feedback online, including providing suggested district lines, to help inform the County of Riverside in creating the new districts. The online feedback tool that was used to collect input was here. The deadline to submit draft maps was Nov. 1, 2021. To see a listing of all community responses received here.