Foothill-De Anza concludes redistricting process

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In a 4-1 vote Monday, the Foothill-De Anza Community College District (FHDA) Board of Trustees approved a resolution to transition from at-large to trustee area elections and to adopt Draft Map A, establishing trustee area election boundaries. The Board’s action also determined the sequencing of the transition to trustee area elections. Draft Map A can be viewed here.

Labeling for districts will also change from letters to numbers. What shows up on draft Map A as trustee areas C and E will be renumbered as areas 2 and 4, respectively, and those areas will hold elections in 2022. The other three areas (1,3 and 5) will hold area elections in 2024. When Map A has been finalized in accordance with renumbering, it will be posted here.

The FHDA began the transition from at-large elections to a model divided geographically into five trustee areas in September, when the District began hosting public hearings to gather community input on the creation of a new election map and the sequencing of elections.

Recordings of all redistricting public hearings and agendas can be viewed at