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RECOMMENDATION TO THE CITY COUNCIL
Redistricting Advisory Commission Report

MAP EXHIBITS
Exhibit 1: Proposed Redistricting Plan B
Exhibit 2: "Starting Point" Plan Exercise SP-1
Exhibit 3: "Starting Point" Plan Exercise SP-5
Exhibit 4: "Starting Point" Plan Exercise SP-7.5
Exhibit 5: "Starting Point" Plan Exercise SP-10
Exhibit 6: Population Transfer Areas Master Index (Map)
Population Transfer Areas Master List (Table)

DATA TABLES
Appendix (Tables 1-11)

Every 10 years, after new population figures from the decennial census are released by the U.S. Census Bureau, San Jose establishes new City Council District boundaries. These boundaries determine which Council District represents each resident, and ensures equal representation for San Jose citizens.

On August 23, 2011, the City Council approved (10-1-0, Constant opposed) the recommendations of the 2011 Redistricting Advisory Commission. An ordinance establishing new City Council District boundaries became effective on October 13, 2011.

For printable, color maps of the new Council Districts, please select "Council District Maps" on the quick links menu (right-hand navigation bar).

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