Fallbrook Regional Health District is voluntarily moving away from an at-large election system for its board makeup and instead shifting to a five zone-based election system for the 2020 election to help strengthen community representation.
Fallbrook Regional Health District will host the first Public Hearing to initiate the process of transitioning to zone-based elections. Prior to map drafting, two Public Hearings on January 9, 2019, and a second one in February will be conducted to provide community members with opportunities for input. Following the drafting of the proposed zone maps, the public will also be invited to additional Public Hearings on dates to be announced.
Before July 3, the District Board of Directors will vote on a final map that divides the District into the five new zones to go into effect for the 2020 elections. January’s Public Hearing will commence at 6 p.m., and will coincide with the January Regular Board meeting. The public is encouraged to attend these Public Hearings as the zone-based election system will be a representation of the communities we serve.
FALLBROOK REGIONAL HEALTH DISTRICT
Public Hearing on Transition to Zones
Wednesday, January 9, 2019