Reunite All Rancho Peñasquitos Neighborhoods – Redistricting City District Lines – Take The Community Survey Today

The City of San Diego Redistricting Commission is gathering input from all communities across the city, including Rancho Peñasquitos.

You may be asking yourself why does this matter to me?  The census population count determines how many representatives each state will have in Congress for the next 10 years and how much federal funding communities will receive for roads, schools, housing, and social programs. 

The RP Town Council Redistricting Committee survey is focused on the following four of the six criteria used to determine new boundaries that will impact our socio-economic community concerns: 

      • compactness

      • *contiguity

      • equal population

      • racial fairness

No one knows where the new city lines will be drawn until the CENSUS statistics are announced within the next few months. This is our time to let the SDRC know what matters to us in 92129. Our residents primarily care about the redistricting position based on the second criteria of ‘contiguity’, that all Rancho Penasquitos Neighborhoods and surrounding communities who are in the PUSD should be in one city council district, not two.

Please take a moment to voice your thoughts by taking the Rancho Penasquitos Community Survey today!

RP REDISTRICTING SURVEY QUESTIONNAIRE

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One thought on “Reunite All Rancho Peñasquitos Neighborhoods – Redistricting City District Lines – Take The Community Survey Today”

  • Penasquitos Canyon is a much more significant separation of neighborhoods vs. highway 56. Many residents have children who attend schools in PQ that are currently in a different city council district.

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