The Cerritos Community College District is redistricting. Redistricting is the process of adjusting District lines every 10 years after the release of the U.S. Census. The District’s proposed trustee areas is based on the 2020 Census data.
The redistricting process will establish new trustee areas based on criteria used nationally and upheld by courts:
- Contiguous – districts should not hop/jump
- Follow city/county/local government lines
- Relatively equal size – people, not citizens
- Maintain “communities of interest”
- Keep districts compact – appearance/function
The Cerritos College Board of Trustees seeks public comment and feedback on the proposed
trustee area maps.
• December 15
Overview of Redistricting Process
• January 12
1st Public Hearing and Discussion of Draft Maps (Study Session)
• January 19
2nd Public Hearing on Draft Maps
• February 9 *
Consideration of Vote on Revised Trustee Areas (Study Session)
• February 16
Consideration of Vote on Revised Trustee Areas (if needed)
• February 28
Deadline to adopt map
To view and comment on the public hearing, please follow the link.
Note: The interactive maps will give you the highest level of detail at the street address level
Trustee Area Maps (PDF)
Public Comment Form
If you wish to address the Board of Trustees, please submit this form prior to the start of the meeting.