Board of Supervisor Boundaries
State law requires the Board of Supervisor Districts be redistricted after each decennial census. Due to the Census delay, lawmakers passed SB1107, which extended the deadline to approve district changes to July 1, 2022. Because Supervisor District lines match Special Health Care and Community College Districts, changes made to Supervisor boundaries will be the same for these two special districts. District changes approved by the Board of Supervisors will go into effect in 2024.
2022 Board of Supervisors Change Methodology
Districts shall comply with the United States Constitution and the United States voting rights act.
Districts shall be drawn with a goal of not more than a five-per-cent difference in population and in no event with more than a 10% difference in population, as required by A.R.S. 11-212.
Districts shall be geographically compact and contiguous to the extent practicable.
District boundaries shall respect communities of interest to the extent practicable.
To the extent practicable, district lines shall use visible geographic features, city and town boundaries, and undivided census tracts.