Population Grew 10%
The population of Riverside County grew by more than 10 percent over the last 10 years. This makes Riverside County the fastest growing county in California that experienced growth more than twice the rate of other Southern California counties.
Maps Showing the Population Shifts
Below are maps with the 2020 Census population map within the current 2011 district boundaries. Please note, these maps show the current populations for each district and compares that figure with the target population of each district, which is approximately 483,000 residents.
Please note: the total population numbers reflected in the maps to the right may vary since census tracts do not follow boundaries of cities and census designated places.
The following map was approved by the Board of Supervisors during a public hearing on Dec. 7, 2021:
Draft maps drawing new district lines are also available for public review below. Proposed maps will be discussed during public hearings of the Board of Supervisors. Click here for information on the public meetings. The online feedback tool that was used to collect input was here. To see a listing of all community responses received here.
The deadline to submit draft maps was Nov. 1, 2021.
The following draft maps were previously considered by the Advisory Redistricting Commission and/or the Board of Supervisors: