Last month, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors adopted the redistricting map which had been proposed by Supervisor Don Knabe. Changes resulting from that map go into effect today, resulting in some communities being shifted to different Supervisorial districts.
“After the most inclusive and open redistricting process in our history, I was very happy that the Board reached an agreement on the plan that best preserved established communities of interest after months of review, and the testimony and letters of thousands of residents,” said Supervisor Knabe. “While I was sad to see some communities shifted out of our district, my staff and I are thrilled to welcome the unincorporated areas of Whittier and Rowland Heights, and the City of Santa Fe Springs, to the Fourth District! My staff has already begun reaching out to these communities and we look forward to working with them to meet their unique needs.”