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2011 REDISTRICTING


Population Transfer Areas Considered

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Population Transfer Areas Considered

“Population Transfer Areas” are geographic areas where boundary changes were considered during the redistricting process. The Population Transfer Areas concept was introduced in San Jose’s 2001 redistricting effort, and has proven a convenient record-keeping system that facilitates awareness and comparison of the impacts of various redistricting alternatives by stakeholders. Each population transfer area includes a unique alpha-numeric identifier (e.g., 5-8(a)), in accordance with a defined naming system, and associated census data indicating the number of persons that would be moved from one City Council District to another within a given area.

For your convenience, a detailed, letter-size map of each Population Transfer Area developed by the Redistricting Advisory Commission is provided in a series of hyperlinks listed below. In addition, at the following hyperlink, please find a "Master Index" Map and companion "Master List" of these Population Transfer Areas.

Population Transfer Area

Persons

Redistricting Plans (shown on)

1-6(a) (map) (air photo)

1,264

SP-1; SP-5; SP-7.5 (Removed 5/2/2011)*

2-10(a) (map) (air photo)

1,174

SP-1; SP-5

2-10(b) (map) (air photo)

6,039

SP-1 (Removed 5/2/2011)*

2-10(ba) (map) (air photo)

3,545

SP-5; SP-7.5; SP-10; Plan A; Plan B

3-6(a) (map) (air photo)

3,527

SP-1 (Removed 5/2/2011)*

3-6(aa) (map) (air photo)

1,253

SP-7.5 (Removed 5/2/2011)*

3-6(b) (map) (air photo)

x 779

SP-1; SP-5 (Removed 5/2/2011)*

3-7(a) (map) (air photo)

2,579

N/A (Removed 5/2/2011)*

4-3(a) (map) (air photo)

2,400

SP-7.5

4-3(b) (map) (air photo)

3,107

SP-10; Plan A; Plan B

4-3(c) (map) (air photo)

6,222

N/A

4-5(a) (map) (air photo)

8,676

SP-1 (Removed 5/2/2011)*

4-5(b) (map) (air photo)

6,577

SP-5 (Removed 5/2/2011)*

4-5(ba) (map) (air photo)

2,100

SP-7.5

4-5(baa) (map) (air photo)

x 740

N/A

4-5(bab) (map) (air photo)

x 467

N/A

5-3(a) (map) (air photo)

4,735

SP-1 (Removed 5/2/2011)*

5-3(aa) (map) (air photo)

2,298

SP-5; SP-7.5 (Removed 5/2/2011)*

5-4(a) (map) (air photo)

3,054

N/A (Removed 5/2/2011)*

5-4(aa) (map) (air photo)

1,234

N/A (Removed 5/2/2011)*

5-4(ab) (map) (air photo)

1,820

N/A (Removed 5/2/2011)*

5-4(b) (map) (air photo)

x 771

N/A (Removed 5/18/2011)*

5-7(a) (map) (air photo)

x 776

SP-1 (Removed 5/2/2011)*

5-8(a) (map) (air photo)

x 770

SP-1

6-1(a) (map) (air photo)

7,172

SP-1; SP-5; SP-7.5; Plan A; Plan B

6-1(aa) (map) (air photo)

2,222

SP-10

6-9(a) (map) (air photo)

3,055

SP-1 (Removed 5/18/2011)*

6-9(aa) (map) (air photo)

1,572

SP-5 (Removed 5/18/2011)*

6-9(aaa) (map) (air photo)

xxx 0

SP-10; Plan B

6-9(b) (map) (air photo)

1,227

SP-1; SP-5; SP-7.5; Plan A; Plan B

6-9(c) (map) (air photo)

2,084

SP-7.5 (Removed 5/18/2011)*

6-9(d) (map) (air photo)

7,894

SP-10

6-9(da) (map) (air photo)

1,122

N/A

6-9(db) (map) (air photo)

1,622 (est.)

N/A

6-9(e) (map) (air photo)

x 828

Plan A

7-2(a) (map) (air photo)

9,243

SP-1 (Removed 4/25/2011)*

7-2(aa) (map) (air photo)

7,679

SP-5 (Removed 4/25/2011)*

7-2(aaa) (map) (air photo)

4,471

SP-7.5 (Removed 4/25/2011)*

7-2(b) (map) (air photo)

2,610

SP-10; Plan A; Plan B

7-3(a) (map) (air photo)

3,363

N/A (Removed 5/2/2011)*

7-10(a) (map) (air photo)

5,978

N/A (Removed 5/2/2011)*

8-5(a) (map) (air photo)

1,648

N/A (Removed 5/18/2011)*

8-5(b) (map) (air photo)

3,598

N/A

8-7(a) (map) (air photo)

6,069

SP-1 (Removed 5/2/2011)*

8-7(b) (map) (air photo)

5,345

SP-5

8-7(c) (map) (air photo)

3,772

SP-7.5; SP-10; Plan A; Plan B

9-6(a) (map) (air photo)

x 802

SP-10 (Removed 5/18/2011)*

9-6(b) (map) (air photo)

6,448

N/A (Removed 5/18/2011)*

10-9(a) (map) (air photo)

1,479

SP-1; SP-5 (Removed 5/2/2011)*

10-9(ab) (map) (air photo)

6,634

Plan B

10-9(b) (map) (air photo)

5,902

N/A (Removed 4/25/2011)*

10-9(ba) (map) (air photo)

2,260

N/A (Removed 4/25/2011)*

10-9(bb) (map) (air photo)

3,642

N/A (Removed 4/25/2011)*

 

*Note: Population transfer area formally requested by the Redistricting Advisory Commission for removal from consideration (date of action noted above).


 

 

 

 

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