Redistricting in Shasta County involves adjusting the County Supervisor district lines to rebalance number distribution among each of the 5 districts. These numbers are based on population data collected during the Census of 2020.
As Census data becomes available redistricting information and resources will be added to this page. Check back later for more.
The University of California, Berkeley is opening regional redistricting technical assistance centers across the State, funded by the James Irvine Foundation. The purpose of these centers is to provide Californians access to data, software, and expertise so that they can effectively communicate valuable information about their communities to the Commission.