Camarillo | District Based Elections Public Hearing #2

Camarillo, California – The Camarillo City Council will determine line drawing criteria to establish City Council district boundaries at their public hearing of March 27, which is the second public hearing for the composition of the City’s voting districts.

The first public hearing, held on February 27, 2019, introduced the public engagement process and began the discussion regarding criteria for the selection of districts. National Demographics Corporation, the consultant team hired by the City, provided an introduction to the topic and explained the purpose of the public hearing. No decisions were made at the February 27 public hearing.

On March 27, 2019, the City Council will convene the second public hearing in this redistricting process. The purpose of this second public hearing is to allow for continued public engagement and discussion regarding criteria for the selection of districts. The City Council will hold a public hearing; receive and consider public comment regarding the composition of the City Council voting districts, including whether or not to have a Mayor elected at large; allow for further discussion by the City Council; and, ultimately the City Council will consider approval of a Resolution setting forth the criteria for the drawing of district boundaries and the desired number of districts.

The public hearing will be held on March 27, 2019, beginning at 7:30 p.m. in the Camarillo City Hall Council Chambers located at 601 Carmen Drive in Camarillo


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