Every 10 years, following the U.S. Census, Camas School District is required to redraw the boundaries of its Board of Directors' districts.

Redistricting of school board director boundaries does NOT affect student school attendance boundaries.

Why do we redistrict?

What is redistricting?

Redistricting is the process of changing boundaries of voting districts so that all districts have the same number of people. This is how we make sure that everyone has equal representation in government.

Why redistrict?

As states and communities grow and change, peoples’ representation in government begins to get out of balance. Redistricting brings everything back into balance to make sure that every member of the Camas community is represented fairly.

CSD Directors - Voting Districts

Data per 2020 US Census

Redistricting ensures we comply with state boundary criteria below.

District Boundary Criteria

State law requires that the plan for redrawn Board Director boundaries be consistent with the following criteria:

  • Each internal director, council, or commissioner district shall be as nearly equal in population.

  • Each district shall be as compact as possible.

  • Each district shall consist of geographically contiguous area.

  • Population data may not be used for purposes of favoring or disfavoring any racial group or political party.

  • To the extent feasible, the district boundaries shall coincide with existing recognized natural boundaries.

  • To the extent possible, the district boundaries shall preserve existing communities of related and mutual interest.

Redistricting Timeline

  • Aug 2021: 2020 US Census Data released

  • Jan-Feb 2022: FLO Analytics analyzes data and creates Springboard Maps

  • Feb 14, 2022: CSD Board of Directors Workshop consider springboards and consider Draft Maps

  • Feb 28, 2022 (8AM): Public comment for Feb 28th meeting closes

  • Feb 28, 2022 (5:30PM): Board Meeting with public comment on Draft Maps

  • Feb 28 - Mar 28, 2022: Information posted for public input. Written testimony/comments may be submitted to the Board via email at Please contact Doreen McKercher at 360-833-5563 with any questions.

  • Mar 21, 2022: School Board publishes final map recommendation (Option 1)

  • Mar 28, 2022: School Board adopts final map

We want your feedback!

The existing and draft boundaries (Springboards) are described in the presentations below.

Written public comment is open until 8AM on Mar 28, 2022.

Send public comments to




FinalMapPackage 3-29-22.pdf


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