Pinellas County Redistricting Board
The purpose of this board is to develop one or more proposals for the redistricting of the four single-member districts and three at-large districts for presentation to the county commission. The charter requires the Redistricting Board to be established within 30 days of receipt of the census data from the state. Once constituted, the board is required to present its proposal(s) to the county commission no later than 150 days after its first meeting and the county commission must take action within 60 days of receipt of the proposal(s).
Eleven members, as appointed by the Board of County Commissioners. Each of the seven county commissioners shall nominate a resident, who must reside in that Commissioner’s district. Four additional members may be selected from the public at-large. No member of the Redistricting Board may be an elected official. Vacancies shall be filled within 30 days in the same manner as the original appointments.
All citizens appointed by the Pinellas County Board of County Commissioners or an individual commissioner to any county board, committee, council or authority must comply with these standards of conduct.
Mary Louise L Ambrose
Brian J Aungst
Johnny V Boykins
James P. Everett
Bruce V Livingston
Christian D Ruppel
|September 1, 2021||Pinellas County Redistricting Board||AgendaLetter Agenda Item 4Letter Agenda Items 5-7Invoice August ConsultingInvoice July ConsultingWatch Meeting|
|October 6, 2021||Pinellas County Redistricting Board||AgendaSingle Member Districts with Municipal BoundariesAt-Large Districts Alternative 1At-Large Districts Alternative 2Single Member Districts Alternative 1Single Member Districts Alternative 2Single Member Districts Alternative 3Watch Meeting|
|October 27, 2021||Pinellas County Redistricting Board||AgendaWatch Meeting|
|November 3, 2021||Pinellas County Redistricting Board||AgendaWatch Meeting|
A voter-approved amendment to the Pinellas County Charter requires the Redistricting Board to be established within 30 days of receipt of the census data from the state.
The board reviews the census data and may present proposals to the county commission to change Pinellas County Commissioner district boundaries or keep them the same based on the latest population data.
The board’s recommendations will go to the county commission on November 9 and the commission will adopt any redistricting plans at the December 7 meeting.
Redistricting is a process of redrawing legislative districts that happens every 10 years after the United States Census.
The board is composed of 11 members, appointed by the county commission. Seven members are nominated by each commissioner from among residents of that commissioner’s district. The other four members are from the public at-large.
Meetings & Public Participation
Redistricting Board meetings are streamed live on the Pinellas County YouTube channel and will be broadcast on PCCTV as seen on Spectrum Channel 637, Frontier Channel 44 and WOW Channel 18.