‌You’re Invited to the City of San José Redistricting Commission Meetings

From the Office of Councilmember Dev Davis:
Subject: We Need Your Input About District Boundaries!

Good morning Neighbor,  

The City of San José needs your input on how to redistrict neighborhoods into the 10 City Council districts. Redistricting happens once a decade and is the process of redrawing political boundaries for elective offices. The current draft maps substantially change the boundaries for District 6 as well as many other districts.  

To view map drafts or submit a draft of how you think the City districts should be drawn, click here. FYI, some of the current draft maps move part of North Willow Glen out of District 6 into District 7. 

The Redistricting Commissions have virtual meetings every Thursday at 7pm where you can provide feedback on the maps.  

Below are the upcoming meetings you can join via Zoom:  
Thursday, 10/21 @ 7pm. 
Thursday, 10/28 @ 7pm. 
Thursday, 11/04 @ 7pm.  

Although it’s better to attend the meeting and comment publicly, you can also send an email to the Redistricting Commission. The District 6 Redistricting Commissioner is Andrew Ditlevsen. If you have any questions or suggestions about how the City should redistrict boundaries, you can email Andrew. 


Office of Councilmember Davis | 408-535-4906 | district6@sanjoseca.gov | www.sjd6.org 

Cory Neighborhood General Meeting – 10/25 at 7 pm

When: Monday Oct. 25, 2021
Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Where: Join Zoom Meeting at https://coryneighborhood.org/zoom/ 


San Jose Councilwoman Dev Davis

County Supervisor Susan Ellenberg

State Senator Bob Wieckowski

Santana Row Sr. VP Seth Bland

Westfield Valleyfair Director Kate Diefenderfer

San Jose Clean Energy Sr. Representative Amanda Orozco 

Sponsored by a grant from Beautify SJ


Cory Dumpster Day!
Saturday, October 16 Starting at 8am
(proof of residence required) 

Join the Cool City Challenge! 
Are you interested in getting to know your neighbors better while working together on fighting climate change, getting ready for natural disasters, and strengthening your community?Kat Wilson, from Mayor Liccardo’s Office, will provide a short presentation on this program at our next meeting.  By signing up to participate in the Cool Block program you’ll get support to do all that, plus you’ll be helping our city become eligible for $1 million in funding through the Cool City Challenge grant! The City of San José has teamed up with Acterra to apply for this grant, and has just been named a finalist.  Come to our next meeting to learn more.