Western Redistricting

Western's Board of Directors approves new division map based on the 2020 U.S. census data

Official division boundaries adopted at Feb. 16 public meeting

Western Municipal Water District’s (Western) Board of Directors approved new division boundaries following a continued public hearing held on Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2022. This was the third public meeting in Western’s redistricting process. 

The Board of Directors unanimously voted to adopt Map "E" as the preferred map to adjust the boundaries of Western's electoral divisions. 

Watch the recorded meeting

Click to enlarge and view the approved district map

Adopted Map E

  1. How will this affect Western customers?
  2. When does the map get adopted?
  3. What happens next?

About the redistricting process 

Redistricting is the process of adjusting the boundaries of election districts for cities, counties, school boards and water agencies, following population shifts based on federal census data once every ten years. Western started the redistricting process in Fall 2021 by holding a public hearing to introduce the process and receive community input on proposed mapping options. 

Current Board members and the districts they represent

Western's boundaries include a total of five divisions. Find your division here.

  • Division one - Mike Gardner
  • Division two - Gracie Torres
  • Divison three - Brenda Dennstedt
  • Division four - Laura Roughton
  • Division five - Fauzia Rizvi

Learn more about your board member and the divisions they represent.  

Questions? We're here to help.

Call us at 951.571.7100 or send us an email at outreach@wmwd.com with your questions and comments. 


Learn more about the redistricting process in California and why it matters.

Voting Rights Act

California Independent Redistricting Commission and FAQs

Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF)

League of Women Voters