City of Sacramento Hosts Redistricting Forums

The City of Sacramento's Neighborhood Services Division of the Department of Parks and Recreation will host four Redistricting Forums during the month of February.

As part of the Community Partnership Meetings, these four forums provide the public with the opportunity to learn the following about redistricting at the local level straight from the experts:

- Frequently Asked Questions About Redistricting
- Key Redistricting Standards and Concepts
- Participating in the Redistricting Process
- The Impact of Census Data and Policies on Redistricting

There will also be time set aside to have your questions answered.

Below are the dates and times of the Redistricting Forums:

South Area
Wednesday, February 9th
6:30—8:00 PM
Pannell Meadowview Community Center
A/B Room
2450 Meadowview Road

South East Area
Thursday, February 17th
6:30—8:00 PM
Coloma Community Center
Nevada City Room
4623 T Street

North Area
Thursday, February 24th
6:30—8:00 PM
South Natomas Community Center
Conference Room
2921Truxel Road

Central City Area
Monday, February 28th
(in lieu of the Neighborhood Advisory Group Meeting)
6:30—8:00 PM
Ethel MacLeod Hart Senior Center
Redwood Room
915 27th Street

PLEASE NOTE: Neighborhood Services staff will be available at 6:00 PM to assist you with your neighborhood questions and concerns.

For more information about the Redistricting Forums please call (916) 808-6789. For more information about the Redistricting process, please visit the City's website at:

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February 1, 2011 | 2:26 PM

CORRECTION: Speaking for the NAG agenda setting committee, we are not substituting (“in lieu of”) the redistricting meeting at the Hart Senior center for the NAG meeting. The agenda setting committee never agreed to that.

Redistricting is the ONLY guest item on the agenda for February. NAG will still have its usual round table introductions of attendees (which the redistricting meeting will have anyway) updates and police report. Those will take about 5-10 minutes. We will not need the Neighborhood Services update.

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