Redistricting Timeline

Our process started in July, and our Board will vote on setting the new boundaries in December. Check our redistricting timeline for more details on meetings and public input opportunities.

June 2018
    June 7
  • Board meeting: Board considers proposed redistricting process, including the criteria, committee formation and timeline

    June 21
  • Board meeting: Board approved redistricting process

    June 22
  • Redistricting committee member application opened.
July 2018
    July 20 
  • Redistricting committee member application closed.
August 2018
    Aug. 9
  • Board meeting: Board approved redistricting committee members

    Aug. 16 (date changed from Aug. 13)
  • Redistricting committee met
    Plaza Middle School Media Center
    Media Center
    4:30-7 p.m.
    Aug. 16 meeting agenda (PDF)

    Aug. 27
  • Redistricting committee met
    Plaza Media Center
    Media Center
    4:30-7 p.m.
    Aug. 27 meeting agenda (PDF)
September 2018 October 2018 November 2018
  • Nov. 8
    Board meeting
    : Board considered redistricting scenarios and receives update

  • Nov. 9
    Public feedback opened on Park Hill Listens

  • Nov. 14
    Redistricting committee met
    Plaza Media Center
    Media Center
    5:30-8 p.m.
    Nov. 14 Redistricting Committee Agenda (PDF)

  • Nov. 14
    Open house for public feedback
    Plaza Middle School
    5:30-8 p.m.
    We had an open house for the public to review the top scenarios, ask questions and give feedback.

  • Nov. 29
    Redistricting committee met
    Plaza Media Center
    Media Center
    5:30-8 p.m.
    Nov. 29 Redistricting Committee Agenda (PDF)

  • Nov. 29
    Open house for public feedback
    Plaza Middle School
    5:30-8 p.m.
    We had an open house for the public to review the top scenarios, ask questions and give feedback.
December 2018
  • Dec. 3 
    The redistrict feedback forums on Park Hill Listens closed. 

  • Dec. 5
    Redistricting committee meets
    Plaza Media Center
    Media Center
    4:30-7 p.m.
    The committee reviewed all the feedback and how they scored the scenarios against the Board’s criteria, then each committee member ranked the final six scenarios. The top combined scenario, based on their votes, went the Board of Education. We sent out an email to the community right away Wednesday evening, letting everyone know what the committee chose to recommend.
    Dec. 5 Redistricting Committee Agenda (PDF)

  • Dec. 6
    District Office
    7 p.m.
    The Board considered the committee’s recommendation and listened to comments from community members who chose to attend and speak. As it always does during public comments at Board meetings, the Board asked people to keep their remarks to three minutes and to speak only about things that other speakers have not already covered. Board members do not respond to comments or questions during these public meetings, but the Board can direct staff members to connect with people who have questions.

  • Dec. 13
    District Office
    7 p.m.
    The Board voted on the committee’s redistricting recommendation and on the staff’s recommendations about grandfathering. This was part of the Board’s regular meeting, which always includes opportunities for public comment. We will send out an email to the community right away that evening, letting everyone know what the Board decided.