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HomeMy Public PortalAbout2022-02-22 Item 08 Transition to District-Based Elections for Councilmembers Public Hearing No. 7( CITY COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT r^^^•i. p.y^£ •^id ^%SfOB CITYOFMILLBRAE 621 Magnolia Avenue Millbrae, CA 94030 SUBJECT: Introduction and First Reading of an Ordinance of the City of Millbrae to Amend the Millbrae Municipal Code by Repealing and Restating in its Entirety Chapter 2.35, Entitled City Council By-district Elections Providing for the Election of Members of the City Council by Five Districts, Establishing the Boundaries and Identification Numbers of Each District, Establishing the Election Order of Each District, and Related Actions ATTACHMENTS: 1. Draft Maps for Consideration (F, G, H, I, and J) 2. Prior Draft Maps by Redistricting Partners (A-E) 3. Link to all draft maps received from public found here: https://www.configuremillbrae.org/draw- your-map 4. Ordinance to Adopt Either Map F, G, H, I, or J and Order the Sequence of District Elections in 2022 and 2024 Report No. (/? ^ 0^ Agenda Item; ^* For Agenda of: Febmary 22, 2022 Department: Administration Originator:Eduardo Gonzalez Acting City Clerk Approve <A z Budget Action: D Yes No Finance Review: N/A REPORT TYPE: S ACTION D INFORMATIONAL ITEM TYPE: D CONSENT ^ PUBLIC HEARING D EXISTING BUSINESS D NEW BUSINESS RECOMMENDATION: 1. Receive a presentation from the City's consulting demographer, Redistricting Partners, on draft maps F, G, H, I, and J, and reach agreement on the map to become the City's final district elections map. 2. Open, hold, and close the public hearing on draft maps F, G, H, I, and J, including receiving feedback on these draft maps and considering which specific districts will constitute the two (2) districts on the ballot in 2022, and the three (3) on the ballot in 2024. 3. Introduce and adopt an ordinance establishing five (5) districts for the election of City Councilmembers, establishing the boundaries and the identification number of each district, establishing the election order of each district, and retitling, amending and restating in its entirety Chapter 2.35 of the City ofMillbrae Municipal Code. Page 1 of 5 18302140.1 I Page 2 of 5 18302140.1 4. Determine whether candidates for City Council must be residents and electors of the district in which they seek election for any period of time prior to filing their nomination papers and declaring their intent to run. BACKGROUND: On October 12, 2021, pursuant to Elections Code section 10010(e)(3)(A), the City Council adopted Resolution No. 21-70 declaring its intent to transition from an at-large system for election of City Councilmembers to one based on districts. The resolution also outlined specific steps to facilitate the transition. For more detail on the history leading to this decision, please see the Question/Answer sheet on the City's website created specifically to educate and inform the public on this subject. A link to the webpage is linked here: https://www.configuremillbrae.org/district-elections-faq Currently, voters across the City of Millbrae vote "at-large" for all five (5) City Councilmembers. A “by- district” election is one in which the City is divided into separate districts, each represented by one City Councilmember who resides in that district and is chosen only by that district's voters. The first by-district City Council election will occur in the November 8, 2022 general municipal election, when two (2) districts will select Councilmembers, with the transition to district-based elections fully completed in the November 2024 general election, when the final three (3) districts will select Councilmembers. The City Council has held six (6) public hearings for the City’s transition to by-district elections. At these hearings, the City's demographer made presentations regarding the requirements for by-district elections, and the process for taking public input to help determine how the City Council districts might be constructed. The City Council then heard from the public on the various communities of interest that exist in the City, and how the districts might be drawn to recognize these communities of interest. The City Council and City Staff also sponsored several community workshops and outreach at community events from December- February. Although the law requires the City to hold only five (5) public hearings, the February 22, 2022 City Council meeting will be the seventh (7) public hearing – not including the additional community workshops held by City Staff – because the City Council desired to provide as many opportunities as possible for the public to comment. Moreover, the City also invited additional public input through its dedicated website, and the submission of community of interest forms and draft maps. In addition to input on communities of interest and district composition, the City Council also invited input on whether to have four (4) districts and an at-large directly-elected Mayor, or five (5) districts with the Mayor selected by the City Council on a rotating basis. At the December 8, 2021 hearing, based on input from the public, the City Council voted to proceed with a five-district system with the mayoral rotation, and directed its demographer to draft maps that divide the City into five (5) districts in preparation for the January 11, 2022 public hearing. At the January 11th, January 25th, and February 8th public hearings, the City Council received, reviewed, and heard public input regarding the draft maps that were presented by the City’s demographer and other information and proposed maps offered by the public at the hearings or through the City's outreach efforts. These maps were posted seven (7) days in advance of those hearings. After these three hearings, the final set of draft maps as directed by the City Council were made available for public review on February 15th on the City's website and outside of City Hall. On February 22nd, at the seventh and final public hearing, the City Council is scheduled to adopt the final City Council district map. By law, the City Council has until March 1, 2022, as the final legal deadline to adopt the City Council district boundary map and determine the order of election for the five (5) City Council districts, that is – Page 3 of 5 18302140.1 which two (2) districts will select a Councilmember in the November 2022 general election, and which three (3) districts will do so in November of 2024. Public Outreach In addition to the formal public hearing process, since October 12, 2021, the City has been actively collecting public input during this process through a robust multilingual outreach campaign to encourage public participation and inclusivity as a part of the districting process. The City has: • Hosted a webpage dedicated to districting, which includes an explanation of the districting process, relevant demographic data, the process for obtaining public input (in all legally required languages), a calendar of public hearings, meetings, and/or workshop dates, the notice and agenda for each hearing/meeting/workshop, audio/video records of the hearings/meetings/workshops, and copies of the draft map(s) to be considered; • Invited the submission of community of interest ("COI") forms to allow the public to provide input on keeping COI in single districts to the extent possible, and invited the submission of draft maps using an interactive mapping tool to allow the public to weigh-in on how the actual district lines might be drawn; and • Provided the above referenced information to local newspapers (including those serving the City's minority communities) and to good government, civic engagement, and minority groups active within the City to ensure active community engagement and outreach to a wide cross section of the community, including minority groups and non-English speaking residents. Materials are provided in English, Spanish, and Mandarin. The City's public outreach efforts include, but are not limited to: o Publishing notice related to the hearings/meetings/workshops in Sing Tao (local Chinese newspaper) and El Reportero (local Spanish newspaper); o Sending postcard mailers regarding the districting process (in English, Mandarin, and Spanish) to every Millbrae address in mid-December; o Sending inserts regarding the districting process along with COI forms (in English, Mandarin, and Spanish) to each household that receives a utility bill in Millbrae; and, o Communicating the release of draft maps, public hearing/meeting/workshop announcements with community groups active in the City. • City Staff also have hosted community workshops and solicited community input at additional workshops. In these ways, the City has provided multiple ways for the public to submit feedback at formal hearings, City-sponsored workshops, and via on-line submissions of community of interest forms, draft maps, and other input. As of February 18, 2022, the City has received 75 COI forms and 40 draft maps. Public hearings, meetings, and workshops have also been open and available for participation of City residents throughout this process looking toward the final map adoption by the City Council. Page 4 of 5 18302140.1 Additional information about this process and opportunities for the public to provide feedback is available at ConfigureMillbrae.org. DISCUSSION: Public Input Received Over several months, the City Council oversaw an extensive community outreach process and received substantial comments related to district boundaries in the City and draft maps. In response to this input, the City's demographer developed revised maps to address the public's concerns and the direction provided by the City Council, all the while ensuring that the City complied with the criteria mandated by the California Voting Rights Act and the Federal Voting Rights Act. District Formation Criteria In creating the district boundaries, the City must ensure compliance with the following criteria mandated by the CVRA and the Federal Voting Rights Act: • Each district must contain a nearly equal population (no more than a 10% variance but best practices encourage no more than a 5% population deviation); • The districting plan must be drawn in a manner that complies with the Federal Voting Rights Act and the Equal Protection Clause of the U.S. Constitution; and, • The districts must not be drawn with race as the predominant factor because the overall population balance between districts is the highest priority. Additionally, Election Code section 21601 requires general law cities like the City of Millbrae to adopt districts using the following criteria, which are set forth in order of priority: • Districts shall be geographically contiguous. • To the extent practicable, the geographic integrity of any local neighborhood or local community of interest must be respected and maintained. A “community of interest” is a population that shares common social, economic and geographic interests that should be included within a single district for purposes of its effective and fair representation. • District boundaries should be easily identifiable and understandable. To the extent practicable, districts shall be bounded by natural and artificial barriers, by streets, or by the boundaries of the jurisdiction. • To the extent practicable, and where it does not conflict with the preceding criteria, districts shall be drawn to encourage geographical compactness. Drawing and Considering the Draft Maps At the February 8th public hearing, the City Council again invited feedback and public input on the revised maps developed by the City's demographer and community-submitted maps. The City Council narrowed the list of draft maps to five; F, G, H, I, and J. These draft maps comply with the aforementioned district formation criteria required under California and Federal law and will come before the City Council at the final public hearing on February 22nd. The City is using the latest 2020 Census data provided by the Statewide Database with the state prison population reallocated, as required under the Fair Maps Act. These maps will use the underlying Census tract geography to establish the boundaries of individual City Council districts. In drawing these maps, the utmost care will be taken to honor neighborhoods and communities of interest and the public input received. Page 5 of 5 18302140.1 Draft maps F, G, H, I, and J are provided as Attachment 1. The consideration of draft maps F, G, H, I, and J is the final step in the ultimate adoption of a five-district electoral map for City Council elections. The public is again invited to provide their input on these draft maps before the City Council selects one of the maps. At the February 22nd hearing, in addition to selecting a map, the City Council also will determine the order of elections – that is, which two (2) districts are on the 2022 general election ballot, and which three (3) are on the 2024 general election ballot. As required by law, the City Council will make this decision "in the spirit of the California Voting Rights Act." At the February 22nd hearing, the City Council will also determine whether candidates for City Council must be residents of the district in which they seek election for any period of time prior to filing their nomination papers. Pursuant to Government Code section 34882, a candidate running for a city councilmember position is not eligible to hold that office unless they reside in the geographical area making up the district from which they are elected at the time their nomination papers are issued. There is no requirement related to a minimum residency period, and the City is not required to impose such a requirement. In fact, neighboring cities have taken different positions on this issue; the City of San Mateo has imposed a 30-day residency requirement, while the City of Burlingame has imposed no minimum residency requirement. The City Council invites the public to provide their input on this topic. The proposed ordinance for City Council consideration is Attachment 4 to this staff report. This ordinance may be used for any map and the sequence of elections selected by the Council. This ordinance requires two readings, and the second reading is scheduled for the March 8, 2022 City Council meeting. FISCAL IMPACT: The City Council appropriated $175,000 to underwrite costs associated with undertaking and completing the transition to district-based elections for City Council elections with the actual cost estimate to be over $300,000 given legal and district formation requirements. COUNCIL ACTION: Provide specific direction on the following: • Select the preferred map from draft maps F, G, H, I, and J and adopt this preferred map as the City's final district elections map. • Select which specific districts will constitute the two (2) districts on the ballot in November 2022 and the three (3) on the ballot in November 2024. • Introduce and adopt an ordinance establishing five (5) districts for the election of City Councilmembers, establishing the boundaries and the identification number of each district, establishing the election order of each district, and retitling, amending and restating in its entirety Chapter 2.35 of the City of Millbrae Municipal Code. • Determine whether candidates for City Council must be residents and electors of the district in which they seek election for any period of time prior to filing their nomination papers and declaring their intent to run. Ci t y o f M i l l b r a e Dr a f t P l a n F Attachment 1 City of Millbrae Draft Plan F 1 2 3 4 5 Population 4,615 4,895 4,574 4,518 4,626 Deviation -31 249 -72 -128 -20 Deviation %-0.7%5.4%-1.5%-2.8%-0.4% Other 1,525 1,804 1,603 1,525 1,819 Other %33.0%36.9%35.0%33.8%39.3% Latino 965 553 276 416 415 Latino %20.9%11.3%6.0%9.2%9.0% Asian 2,067 2,495 2,670 2,549 2,374 Asian %44.8%51.0%58.4%56.4%51.3% Black 58 43 25 28 18 Black %1.3%0.9%0.5%0.6%0.4% 2020 Census 1 2 3 4 5 Total CVAP 2,958 3,342 3,198 2,956 3,394 Other CVAP 1,243 1,661 1,091 1,346 1,729 Other CVAP %42.0%49.7%34.1%45.5%50.9% Latino CVAP 430 300 343 263 253 Latino CVAP %14.5%9.0%10.7%8.9%7.5% Asian CVAP 1,243 1,374 1,754 1,341 1,365 Asian CVAP %42.0%41.1%54.8%45.4%40.2% Black CVAP 42 7 10 6 47 Black CVAP %1.4%0.2%0.3%0.2%1.4% Citizen Voting Age Population (CVAP) City of Millbrae Draft Plan F District 1 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,615 -31 -0.7%1,525 33.0%965 20.9%2,067 44.8%58 1.3% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 2,958 1,243 42.0%430 14.5%1,243 42.0%42 1.4% City of Millbrae Draft Plan F District 2 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,895 249 5.4%1,804 36.9%553 11.3%2,495 51.0%43 0.9% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,342 1,661 49.7%300 9.0%1,374 41.1%7 0.2% City of Millbrae Draft Plan F District 3 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,574 -72 -1.5%1,603 35.0%276 6.0%2,670 58.4%25 0.5% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,198 1,091 34.1%343 10.7%1,754 54.8%10 0.3% City of Millbrae Draft Plan F District 4 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,518 -128 -2.8%1,525 33.8%416 9.2%2,549 56.4%28 0.6% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 2,956 1,346 45.5%263 8.9%1,341 45.4%6 0.2% City of Millbrae Draft Plan F District 5 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,626 -20 -0.4%1,819 39.3%415 9.0%2,374 51.3%18 0.4% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,394 1,729 50.9%253 7.5%1,365 40.2%47 1.4% Ci t y o f M i l l b r a e Dr a f t P l a n G City of Millbrae Draft Plan G 1 2 3 4 5 Population 4,536 4,725 4,640 4,774 4,553 Deviation -110 79 -6 128 -93 Deviation %-2.4%1.7%-0.1%2.8%-2.0% Other 1,789 1,525 1,754 1,710 1,498 Other %39.4%32.3%37.8%35.8%32.9% Latino 404 348 363 587 923 Latino %8.9%7.4%7.8%12.3%20.3% Asian 2,325 2,816 2,495 2,440 2,079 Asian %51.3%59.6%53.8%51.1%45.7% Black 18 36 28 37 53 Black %0.4%0.8%0.6%0.8%1.2% 2020 Census 1 2 3 4 5 Total CVAP 3,318 3,301 3,178 3,107 2,944 Other CVAP 1,675 1,064 1,602 1,457 1,272 Other CVAP %50.5%32.2%50.4%46.9%43.2% Latino CVAP 247 377 225 354 386 Latino CVAP %7.4%11.4%7.1%11.4%13.1% Asian CVAP 1,349 1,840 1,346 1,292 1,250 Asian CVAP %40.7%55.7%42.4%41.6%42.5% Black CVAP 47 20 5 4 36 Black CVAP %1.4%0.6%0.2%0.1%1.2% Citizen Voting Age Population (CVAP) City of Millbrae Draft Plan G District 1 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,536 -110 -2.4%1,789 39.4%404 8.9%2,325 51.3%18 0.4% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,318 1,675 50.5%247 7.4%1,349 40.7%47 1.4% City of Millbrae Draft Plan G District 2 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,725 79 1.7%1,525 32.3%348 7.4%2,816 59.6%36 0.8% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,301 1,064 32.2%377 11.4%1,840 55.7%20 0.6% City of Millbrae Draft Plan G District 3 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,640 -6 -0.1%1,754 37.8%363 7.8%2,495 53.8%28 0.6% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,178 1,602 50.4%225 7.1%1,346 42.4%5 0.2% City of Millbrae Draft Plan G District 4 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,774 128 2.8%1,710 35.8%587 12.3%2,440 51.1%37 0.8% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,107 1,457 46.9%354 11.4%1,292 41.6%4 0.1% City of Millbrae Draft Plan G District 5 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,553 -93 -2.0%1,498 32.9%923 20.3%2,079 45.7%53 1.2% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 2,944 1,272 43.2%386 13.1%1,250 42.5%36 1.2% Ci t y o f M i l l b r a e Dr a f t P l a n H City of Millbrae Draft Plan H 1 2 3 4 5 Population 4,733 4,708 4,550 4,557 4,680 Deviation 87 62 -96 -89 34 Deviation %1.9%1.3%-2.1%-1.9%0.7% Other 1,777 1,694 1,434 1,661 1,710 Other %37.5%36.0%31.5%36.4%36.5% Latino 319 579 898 532 297 Latino %6.7%12.3%19.7%11.7%6.3% Asian 2,616 2,401 2,167 2,320 2,651 Asian %55.3%51.0%47.6%50.9%56.6% Black 21 34 51 44 22 Black %0.4%0.7%1.1%1.0%0.5% 2020 Census 1 2 3 4 5 Total CVAP 3,345 3,241 2,718 3,279 3,265 Other CVAP 1,672 1,590 1,081 1,487 1,240 Other CVAP %50.0%49.1%39.8%45.3%38.0% Latino CVAP 136 375 462 277 339 Latino CVAP %4.1%11.6%17.0%8.4%10.4% Asian CVAP 1,523 1,236 1,144 1,492 1,682 Asian CVAP %45.5%38.1%42.1%45.5%51.5% Black CVAP 14 40 31 23 4 Black CVAP %0.4%1.2%1.1%0.7%0.1% Citizen Voting Age Population (CVAP) City of Millbrae Draft Plan H District 1 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,733 87 1.9%1,777 37.5%319 6.7%2,616 55.3%21 0.4% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,345 1,672 50.0%136 4.1%1,523 45.5%14 0.4% City of Millbrae Draft Plan H District 2 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,708 62 1.3%1,694 36.0%579 12.3%2,401 51.0%34 0.7% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,241 1,590 49.1%375 11.6%1,236 38.1%40 1.2% City of Millbrae Draft Plan H District 3 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,550 -96 -2.1%1,434 31.5%898 19.7%2,167 47.6%51 1.1% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 2,718 1,081 39.8%462 17.0%1,144 42.1%31 1.1% City of Millbrae Draft Plan H District 4 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,557 -89 -1.9%1,661 36.4%532 11.7%2,320 50.9%44 1.0% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,279 1,487 45.3%277 8.4%1,492 45.5%23 0.7% City of Millbrae Draft Plan H District 5 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,680 34 0.7%1,710 36.5%297 6.3%2,651 56.6%22 0.5% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,265 1,240 38.0%339 10.4%1,682 51.5%4 0.1% Ci t y o f M i l l b r a e Dr a f t P l a n I City of Millbrae Draft Plan I 1 2 3 4 5 Population 4,653 4,602 4,761 4,675 4,537 Deviation 7 -44 115 29 -109 Deviation %0.2%-0.9%2.5%0.6%-2.3% Other 1,670 1,445 1,629 1,710 1,822 Other %35.9%31.4%34.2%36.6%40.2% Latino 284 960 306 614 461 Latino %6.1%20.9%6.4%13.1%10.2% Asian 2,687 2,137 2,802 2,315 2,214 Asian %57.7%46.4%58.9%49.5%48.8% Black 12 60 24 36 40 Black %0.3%1.3%0.5%0.8%0.9% 2020 Census 1 2 3 4 5 Total CVAP 3,341 3,052 3,335 2,999 3,121 Other CVAP 1,649 1,203 1,119 1,440 1,659 Other CVAP %49.4%39.4%33.6%48.0%53.2% Latino CVAP 124 503 382 365 215 Latino CVAP %3.7%16.5%11.5%12.2%6.9% Asian CVAP 1,555 1,306 1,825 1,151 1,240 Asian CVAP %46.5%42.8%54.7%38.4%39.7% Black CVAP 13 40 9 43 7 Black CVAP %0.4%1.3%0.3%1.4%0.2% Citizen Voting Age Population (CVAP) City of Millbrae Draft Plan I District 1 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,653 7 0.2%1,670 35.9%284 6.1%2,687 57.7%12 0.3% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,341 1,649 49.4%124 3.7%1,555 46.5%13 0.4% City of Millbrae Draft Plan I District 2 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,602 -44 -0.9%1,445 31.4%960 20.9%2,137 46.4%60 1.3% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,052 1,203 39.4%503 16.5%1,306 42.8%40 1.3% City of Millbrae Draft Plan I District 3 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,761 115 2.5%1,629 34.2%306 6.4%2,802 58.9%24 0.5% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,335 1,119 33.6%382 11.5%1,825 54.7%9 0.3% City of Millbrae Draft Plan I District 4 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,675 29 0.6%1,710 36.6%614 13.1%2,315 49.5%36 0.8% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 2,999 1,440 48.0%365 12.2%1,151 38.4%43 1.4% City of Millbrae Draft Plan I District 5 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,537 -109 -2.3%1,822 40.2%461 10.2%2,214 48.8%40 0.9% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,121 1,659 53.2%215 6.9%1,240 39.7%7 0.2% Ci t y o f M i l l b r a e Dr a f t P l a n J City of Millbrae Draft Plan J 1 2 3 4 5 Population 4,375 4,617 4,796 4,826 4,614 Deviation -271 -29 150 180 -32 Deviation %-5.8%-0.6%3.2%3.9%-0.7% Other 1,328 1,450 1,871 1,950 1,677 Other %30.4%31.4%39.0%40.4%36.3% Latino 942 616 433 348 286 Latino %21.5%13.3%9.0%7.2%6.2% Asian 2,042 2,508 2,474 2,497 2,634 Asian %46.7%54.3%51.6%51.7%57.1% Black 63 43 18 31 17 Black %1.4%0.9%0.4%0.6%0.4% 2020 Census 1 2 3 4 5 Total CVAP 2,798 3,041 3,510 3,330 3,169 Other CVAP 1,065 1,357 1,770 1,707 1,171 Other CVAP %38.1%44.6%50.4%51.3%37.0% Latino CVAP 435 415 258 147 334 Latino CVAP %15.5%13.6%7.4%4.4%10.5% Asian CVAP 1,248 1,260 1,435 1,474 1,660 Asian CVAP %44.6%41.4%40.9%44.3%52.4% Black CVAP 50 9 47 2 4 Black CVAP %1.8%0.3%1.3%0.1%0.1% Citizen Voting Age Population (CVAP) City of Millbrae Draft Plan J District 1 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,375 -271 -5.8%1,328 30.4%942 21.5%2,042 46.7%63 1.4% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 2,798 1,065 38.1%435 15.5%1,248 44.6%50 1.8% City of Millbrae Draft Plan J District 2 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,617 -29 -0.6%1,450 31.4%616 13.3%2,508 54.3%43 0.9% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,041 1,357 44.6%415 13.6%1,260 41.4%9 0.3% City of Millbrae Draft Plan J District 3 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,796 150 3.2%1,871 39.0%433 9.0%2,474 51.6%18 0.4% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,510 1,770 50.4%258 7.4%1,435 40.9%47 1.3% City of Millbrae Draft Plan J District 4 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,826 180 3.9%1,950 40.4%348 7.2%2,497 51.7%31 0.6% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,330 1,707 51.3%147 4.4%1,474 44.3%2 0.1% City of Millbrae Draft Plan J District 5 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,614 -32 -0.7%1,677 36.3%286 6.2%2,634 57.1%17 0.4% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,169 1,171 37.0%334 10.5%1,660 52.4%4 0.1% Ci t y o f M i l l b r a e Dr a f t P l a n A Attachment 2 City of Millbrae Draft Plan A 1 2 3 4 5 Population 4,536 4,723 4,690 4,786 4,493 Deviation -110 77 44 140 -153 Deviation %-2.4%1.7%0.9%3.0%-3.3% Other 1,789 1,555 1,522 1,616 1,794 Other %39.4%32.9%32.5%33.8%39.9% Latino 404 941 489 353 438 Latino %8.9%19.9%10.4%7.4%9.7% Asian 2,325 2,171 2,648 2,780 2,231 Asian %51.3%46.0%56.5%58.1%49.7% Black 18 56 31 37 30 Black %0.4%1.2%0.7%0.8%0.7% 2020 Census 1 2 3 4 5 Total CVAP 3,318 3,068 3,060 3,340 3,062 Other CVAP 1,675 1,328 1,372 1,124 1,571 Other CVAP %50.5%43.3%44.8%33.7%51.3% Latino CVAP 247 398 313 377 254 Latino CVAP %7.4%13.0%10.2%11.3%8.3% Asian CVAP 1,349 1,303 1,369 1,820 1,236 Asian CVAP %40.7%42.5%44.7%54.5%40.4% Black CVAP 47 39 6 19 1 Black CVAP %1.4%1.3%0.2%0.6%0.0% Citizen Voting Age Population (CVAP) City of Millbrae Draft Plan A District 1 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,536 -110 -2.4%1,789 39.4%404 8.9%2,325 51.3%18 0.4% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,318 1,675 50.5%247 7.4%1,349 40.7%47 1.4% City of Millbrae Draft Plan A District 2 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,723 77 1.7%1,555 32.9%941 19.9%2,171 46.0%56 1.2% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,068 1,328 43.3%398 13.0%1,303 42.5%39 1.3% City of Millbrae Draft Plan A District 3 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,690 44 0.9%1,522 32.5%489 10.4%2,648 56.5%31 0.7% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,060 1,372 44.8%313 10.2%1,369 44.7%6 0.2% City of Millbrae Draft Plan A District 4 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,786 140 3.0%1,616 33.8%353 7.4%2,780 58.1%37 0.8% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,340 1,124 33.7%377 11.3%1,820 54.5%19 0.6% City of Millbrae Draft Plan A District 5 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,493 -153 -3.3%1,794 39.9%438 9.7%2,231 49.7%30 0.7% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,062 1,571 51.3%254 8.3%1,236 40.4%1 0.0% Ci t y o f M i l l b r a e Dr a f t P l a n B City of Millbrae Draft Plan B 1 2 3 4 5 Population 4,536 4,590 4,861 4,627 4,614 Deviation -110 -56 215 -19 -32 Deviation %-2.4%-1.2%4.6%-0.4%-0.7% Other 1,789 1,409 1,696 1,605 1,777 Other %39.4%30.7%34.9%34.7%38.5% Latino 404 965 483 285 488 Latino %8.9%21.0%9.9%6.2%10.6% Asian 2,325 2,155 2,640 2,713 2,322 Asian %51.3%46.9%54.3%58.6%50.3% Black 18 61 42 24 27 Black %0.4%1.3%0.9%0.5%0.6% 2020 Census 1 2 3 4 5 Total CVAP 3,318 2,899 3,252 3,215 3,164 Other CVAP 1,675 1,111 1,564 1,082 1,638 Other CVAP %50.5%38.3%48.1%33.7%51.8% Latino CVAP 247 442 289 338 273 Latino CVAP %7.4%15.2%8.9%10.5%8.6% Asian CVAP 1,349 1,303 1,392 1,786 1,247 Asian CVAP %40.7%44.9%42.8%55.6%39.4% Black CVAP 47 43 7 9 6 Black CVAP %1.4%1.5%0.2%0.3%0.2% Citizen Voting Age Population (CVAP) City of Millbrae Draft Plan B District 1 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,536 -110 -2.4%1,789 39.4%404 8.9%2,325 51.3%18 0.4% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,318 1,675 50.5%247 7.4%1,349 40.7%47 1.4% City of Millbrae Draft Plan B District 2 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,590 -56 -1.2%1,409 30.7%965 21.0%2,155 46.9%61 1.3% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 2,899 1,111 38.3%442 15.2%1,303 44.9%43 1.5% City of Millbrae Draft Plan B District 3 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,861 215 4.6%1,696 34.9%483 9.9%2,640 54.3%42 0.9% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,252 1,564 48.1%289 8.9%1,392 42.8%7 0.2% City of Millbrae Draft Plan B District 4 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,627 -19 -0.4%1,605 34.7%285 6.2%2,713 58.6%24 0.5% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,215 1,082 33.7%338 10.5%1,786 55.6%9 0.3% City of Millbrae Draft Plan B District 5 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,614 -32 -0.7%1,777 38.5%488 10.6%2,322 50.3%27 0.6% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,164 1,638 51.8%273 8.6%1,247 39.4%6 0.2% Ci t y o f M i l l b r a e Dr a f t P l a n C City of Millbrae Draft Plan C 1 2 3 4 5 Population 4,536 4,832 4,562 4,757 4,541 Deviation -110 186 -84 111 -105 Deviation %-2.4%4.0%-1.8%2.4%-2.3% Other 1,789 1,593 1,697 1,626 1,571 Other %39.4%33.0%37.2%34.2%34.6% Latino 404 983 319 340 579 Latino %8.9%20.3%7.0%7.1%12.8% Asian 2,325 2,200 2,523 2,757 2,350 Asian %51.3%45.5%55.3%58.0%51.8% Black 18 56 23 34 41 Black %0.4%1.2%0.5%0.7%0.9% 2020 Census 1 2 3 4 5 Total CVAP 3,318 3,139 3,093 3,292 3,006 Other CVAP 1,675 1,352 1,477 1,147 1,419 Other CVAP %50.5%43.1%47.8%34.8%47.2% Latino CVAP 247 429 223 336 354 Latino CVAP %7.4%13.7%7.2%10.2%11.8% Asian CVAP 1,349 1,319 1,389 1,790 1,230 Asian CVAP %40.7%42.0%44.9%54.4%40.9% Black CVAP 47 39 4 19 3 Black CVAP %1.4%1.2%0.1%0.6%0.1% Citizen Voting Age Population (CVAP) City of Millbrae Draft Plan C District 1 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,536 -110 -2.4%1,789 39.4%404 8.9%2,325 51.3%18 0.4% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,318 1,675 50.5%247 7.4%1,349 40.7%47 1.4% City of Millbrae Draft Plan C District 2 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,832 186 4.0%1,593 33.0%983 20.3%2,200 45.5%56 1.2% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,139 1,352 43.1%429 13.7%1,319 42.0%39 1.2% City of Millbrae Draft Plan C District 3 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,562 -84 -1.8%1,697 37.2%319 7.0%2,523 55.3%23 0.5% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,093 1,477 47.8%223 7.2%1,389 44.9%4 0.1% City of Millbrae Draft Plan C District 4 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,757 111 2.4%1,626 34.2%340 7.1%2,757 58.0%34 0.7% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,292 1,147 34.8%336 10.2%1,790 54.4%19 0.6% City of Millbrae Draft Plan C District 5 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,541 -105 -2.3%1,571 34.6%579 12.8%2,350 51.8%41 0.9% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,006 1,419 47.2%354 11.8%1,230 40.9%3 0.1% Ci t y o f M i l l b r a e Dr a f t P l a n D City of Millbrae Draft Plan D 1 2 3 4 5 Population 4,473 4,753 4,482 4,661 4,859 Deviation -173 107 -164 15 213 Deviation %-3.7%2.3%-3.5%0.3%4.6% Other 1,551 1,801 1,601 1,768 1,555 Other %34.7%37.9%35.7%37.9%32.0% Latino 668 284 304 564 805 Latino %14.9%6.0%6.8%12.1%16.6% Asian 2,208 2,641 2,562 2,286 2,458 Asian %49.4%55.6%57.2%49.0%50.6% Black 46 27 15 43 41 Black %1.0%0.6%0.3%0.9%0.8% 2020 Census 1 2 3 4 5 Total CVAP 3,322 3,299 3,157 3,223 2,847 Other CVAP 1,456 1,309 1,496 1,620 1,189 Other CVAP %43.8%39.7%47.4%50.3%41.8% Latino CVAP 311 292 162 368 456 Latino CVAP %9.4%8.9%5.1%11.4%16.0% Asian CVAP 1,523 1,694 1,485 1,195 1,180 Asian CVAP %45.8%51.3%47.0%37.1%41.4% Black CVAP 32 4 14 40 22 Black CVAP %1.0%0.1%0.4%1.2%0.8% Citizen Voting Age Population (CVAP) City of Millbrae Draft Plan D District 1 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,473 -173 -3.7%1,551 34.7%668 14.9%2,208 49.4%46 1.0% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,322 1,456 43.8%311 9.4%1,523 45.8%32 1.0% City of Millbrae Draft Plan D District 2 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,753 107 2.3%1,801 37.9%284 6.0%2,641 55.6%27 0.6% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,299 1,309 39.7%292 8.9%1,694 51.3%4 0.1% City of Millbrae Draft Plan D District 3 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,482 -164 -3.5%1,601 35.7%304 6.8%2,562 57.2%15 0.3% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,157 1,496 47.4%162 5.1%1,485 47.0%14 0.4% City of Millbrae Draft Plan D District 4 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,661 15 0.3%1,768 37.9%564 12.1%2,286 49.0%43 0.9% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,223 1,620 50.3%368 11.4%1,195 37.1%40 1.2% City of Millbrae Draft Plan D District 5 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,859 213 4.6%1,555 32.0%805 16.6%2,458 50.6%41 0.8% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 2,847 1,189 41.8%456 16.0%1,180 41.4%22 0.8% Ci t y o f M i l l b r a e Dr a f t P l a n E City of Millbrae Draft Plan E 1 2 3 4 5 Population 4,832 4,483 4,725 4,560 4,628 Deviation 186 -163 79 -86 -18 Deviation %4.0%-3.5%1.7%-1.9%-0.4% Other 1,635 1,444 1,834 1,669 1,694 Other %33.8%32.2%38.8%36.6%36.6% Latino 1,007 318 463 332 505 Latino %20.8%7.1%9.8%7.3%10.9% Asian 2,125 2,689 2,402 2,537 2,402 Asian %44.0%60.0%50.8%55.6%51.9% Black 65 32 26 22 27 Black %1.3%0.7%0.6%0.5%0.6% 2020 Census 1 2 3 4 5 Total CVAP 3,138 3,140 3,155 3,227 3,188 Other CVAP 1,331 995 1,575 1,588 1,581 Other CVAP %42.4%31.7%49.9%49.2%49.6% Latino CVAP 468 355 279 138 349 Latino CVAP %14.9%11.3%8.8%4.3%10.9% Asian CVAP 1,296 1,775 1,299 1,486 1,221 Asian CVAP %41.3%56.5%41.2%46.0%38.3% Black CVAP 43 15 2 15 37 Black CVAP %1.4%0.5%0.1%0.5%1.2% Citizen Voting Age Population (CVAP) City of Millbrae Draft Plan E District 1 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,832 186 4.0%1,635 33.8%1,007 20.8%2,125 44.0%65 1.3% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,138 1,331 42.4%468 14.9%1,296 41.3%43 1.4% City of Millbrae Draft Plan E District 2 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,483 -163 -3.5%1,444 32.2%318 7.1%2,689 60.0%32 0.7% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,140 995 31.7%355 11.3%1,775 56.5%15 0.5% City of Millbrae Draft Plan E District 3 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,725 79 1.7%1,834 38.8%463 9.8%2,402 50.8%26 0.6% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,155 1,575 49.9%279 8.8%1,299 41.2%2 0.1% City of Millbrae Draft Plan E District 4 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,560 -86 -1.9%1,669 36.6%332 7.3%2,537 55.6%22 0.5% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,227 1,588 49.2%138 4.3%1,486 46.0%15 0.5% City of Millbrae Draft Plan E District 5 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,628 -18 -0.4%1,694 36.6%505 10.9%2,402 51.9%27 0.6% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,188 1,581 49.6%349 10.9%1,221 38.3%37 1.2% City of Millbrae Draft Plan F District 5 Other %Latino %Asian %Black % 2020 Census Other %Latino %Asian %Black % Citizen Voting Age Population Population Deviation Deviation %Other Other %Latino Latino %Asian Asian %Black Black % 4,626 -20 -0.4%1,819 39.3%415 9.0%2,374 51.3%18 0.4% Total CVAP Other CVAP Other CVAP %Latino CVAP Latino CVAP %Asian CVAP Asian CVAP %Black CVAP Black CVAP % 3,394 1,729 50.9%253 7.5%1,365 40.2%47 1.4% Page 1 of 5 ORDINANCE NO. ___ CITY OF MILLBRAE, COUNTY OF SAN MATEO STATE OF CALIFORNIA *** AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MILLBRAE TO AMEND THE MILLBRAE MUNICIPAL CODE BY RETITLING, AMENDING AND RESTATING IN ITS ENTIRETY CHAPTER 2.35, "CITY COUNCIL BY-DISTRICT ELECTIONS" PROVIDING FOR THE ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF THE CITY COUNCIL BY FIVE DISTRICTS, ESTABLISHING THE BOUNDARIES AND IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS OF EACH DISTRICT, ESTABLISHING THE ELECTION ORDER OF EACH DISTRICT, AND RELATED ACTIONS WHEREAS, the City of Millbrae has historically used an at-large method of election, which is consistent with the guarantees of Section 7 of Article 1 and of Section 2 of Article II of the California Constitution; and WHEREAS, California Government Code Section 34886 permits the City Council to change the method of election by ordinance to a “by-district” system in which each member of the City Council is elected only by the voters in the district in which the candidate resides, in accordance with California Government Code Section 34871; and WHEREAS, a by-district system can also be consistent with the guarantees of Section 7 of Article I and of Section 2 of Article II of the California Constitution; and WHEREAS, on October 12, 2021, the City Council adopted Resolution No. 21-70 that initiated the process of establishing a by-district election system; and WHEREAS, under the provisions of California Elections Code Section 10010, a city that changes from an at-large city council method of election to a by-district city council method of election must hold a total of five public hearings, which includes at least two (2) public hearings regarding potential voting district boundaries prior to the release and consideration of any draft voting district maps, and two (2) public hearings following the release of draft voting district maps; and WHEREAS, on November 9, November 17, and December 8, 2021, pursuant to California Elections Code Section 10010(a)(1), the City Council held public hearings where the public was invited to provide input regarding the composition of the City’s voting districts before any draft maps were drawn, and the City Council of the City of Millbrae considered and discussed the same; and WHEREAS, at the public hearing of the City Council on December 8, 2021, the City Council also invited input on whether to have four (4) districts and an at-large directly-elected Mayor, or five (5) districts with the Mayor selected by the City Council on a rotating basis, and voted to proceed with a five-district system with the mayoral rotation, directing its demographer Attachment 4 Page 2 of 5 to draft maps that divide the City into five (5) districts in preparation for the January 11, 2022 public hearing; and WHEREAS, on January 11, January 25, February 8, and February 22, 2022, pursuant to California Elections Code Section 10010(a)(2), the City Council held public hearings where the public was invited to provide input regarding the content of the draft maps that had been released and published at least seven (7) days before each public hearing and the proposed sequence of the elections, and the City Council of the City of Millbrae considered and discussed the same; and WHEREAS, at its public hearing on February 8, 2022, the City Council directed staff to prepare a proposed ordinance adopting a voting district map for the City Council’s consideration and determining the sequence of elections in each district; and WHEREAS, on February 22, 2022, the City Council held its seventh and final public hearing on the proposal to establish district boundaries, reviewed and considered additional public input, formally selected the voting district map and the election sequence attached to, incorporated in, and set forth, in this Ordinance as Exhibit A, which was introduced for a first reading at the same public hearing; and WHEREAS, throughout the foregoing process, the City engaged in a significant amount of public outreach and engagement above and beyond the public hearings and other procedures required by California Elections Code Section 10010, including hosting a webpage dedicated to districting; inviting the submission of community of interest forms to allow the public to provide input on keeping communities of interest in single districts to the extent possible; inviting the submission of draft maps by the public using an interactive mapping tool; and providing districting information to local and to good government, civic engagement, and minority groups active within the City; and, WHEREAS, the purpose of this Ordinance is to enact, pursuant to California Government Code Section 34886, an ordinance providing for the election of members of the City Council of the City of Millbrae by district in five (5) single-member districts as reflected in the voting district map referred to as Map ___ and attached as Exhibit A to this Ordinance, in furtherance of the California Voting Rights Act of 2001 (Chapter 1.5 [commencing with Section 14025] of Division 14 of the Elections Code) to encourage by-district elections as one method to implement the guarantees of Section 7 of Article I and of Section 2 of Article II of the California Constitution. NOW THEREFORE, THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MILLBRAE, CALIFORNIA ORDAINS THAT: Section 1: INCORPORATION OF RECITALS. The recitals set forth above are true and correct and are hereby incorporated herein by this reference as if fully set forth in their entirety. Section 2: AMENDED, RESTATED AND NEWLY ENTITLED CHAPTER 2.35. Chapter 2.35, newly entitled “City Council By-District Elections,” in Title 2 of the Millbrae Municipal Code is amended and restated in its entirely to read as follows: Page 3 of 5 Chapter 2.35 City Council By-District Elections Sections: 02.35.010 Date of Election 02.35.020 Declaration of Purpose 02.35.030 City Council Districts Established 02.35.040 Election of Members of the City Council By-District 02.35.050 Commencement of District Elections 02.35.010 Date of Election Pursuant to Elections Code Sections 1301 and 10403.5, the general municipal election in the City of Millbrae for the offices of city councilmember shall be the first Tuesday following the first Monday in November of even-numbered years commencing in November 2022. 02.35.020 Declaration of Purpose The City Council hereby declares that the change of method of electing members of this City Council hereby enacted is being made in furtherance of the California Voting Rights Act of 2001. 02.35.030 City Council Districts Established Five (5) City Council districts are hereby established in the City of Millbrae. The boundaries and identifying number of each district shall be as described on the City Council District Map as attached hereto as Exhibit A and incorporated herein. 02.35.040 Election of Members of the City Council By-District (a) Following the effective date of this Ordinance and upon the commencement of “by- district” elections in the order established in Section 2.35.050 of this Chapter, City Councilmembers shall be elected “by-district” as defined in California Government Code Section 34871 or any successor statute. Any candidate for City Council must have been a resident and elector of the district in which they seek election for at least ___ days before the time they file nominating papers or an equivalent declaration of candidacy for the City Council, or such person’s appointment to fill a vacancy therein. No term of any City Councilmember that commenced prior to the effective date of this Ordinance shall be affected by the adoption of this Ordinance. (b) Registered voters signing nominating papers or voting for a City Councilmember shall be residents of the geographical area making up the district from which the City Councilmember is to be elected. (c) The terms of the office of each City Councilmember elected shall remain four (4) years. Pursuant to Section 2.05.050 of the Millbrae Municipal Code, no person shall be eligible to serve as a City Councilmember for more than two successive four (4) year terms. 02.35.050 Commencement of District Elections (a) Commencing on the general municipal election in 2022, and every four (4) years thereafter, the voters in districts ___, and ___shall elect City Councilmembers by-district for full four (4) year terms. At the general municipal election in 2024, and every four (4) years Page 4 of 5 thereafter, the voters in districts ___, ___ and ___ shall elect City Councilmembers by- district for full four (4) year terms. (b) The term of office of any City Councilmember who has been elected and whose term of office has not expired shall not be affected by any change in the boundaries of the district from which he or she was elected. Section 3: TECHNICAL ADJUSTMENTS AND METES-AND-BOUNDS. If necessary to facilitate the implementation of this Ordinance, the City Clerk is authorized to make technical adjustments to the district boundaries that do not substantively affect the populations in the districts, the eligibility of candidates, or the residence of elected officials within any district. The City Clerk shall consult with the City Manager and City Attorney concerning any technical adjustments deemed necessary and shall advise the City Council of any such adjustments required in the implementation of the by-district elections. The City Clerk shall also direct the City's demographer to provide a metes-and-bounds description of each district as shown on the map attached as Exhibit A and incorporated herein by reference, which shall be submitted to the City Council at its next regular meeting and kept on file in the City Clerk's office for public review. Section 4: SEVERABILITY. If any section, subsection, sentence, clause, phrase, or portion of this Ordinance is for any reason held to be invalid, unconstitutional, or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, such section, subsection, sentence, clause, phrase, or portion of this Ordinance shall be deemed severable and the remaining portions of this Ordinance shall nonetheless remain in full force and effect. The City Council of the City of Millbrae hereby declares that it would have adopted each section, subsection, sentence, clause, phrase, or portion of this Ordinance, irrespective of the fact that any one or more sections, subsections, sentences, clauses, phrases, or portions of this Ordinance be declared invalid, unconstitutional, or unenforceable. Section 5. ENVIRONMENTAL DETERMINATION. Adoption of this Ordinance is exempt from environmental review as the adoption of this Ordinance does not qualify as a “project” pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”), under Public Resource Code Section 21065 and CEQA Guidelines Section 15320, 15378, and 15061(b)(3), as there is no possibility that such action would cause either a direct, or reasonably foreseeable indirect, physical change in the environment. Page 5 of 5 Section 6. EFFECTIVE TERM; PUBLICATION. This Ordinance shall become effective 30 days after its adoption. The City Clerk is directed to publish a summary of this Ordinance in the manner required by law. INTRODUCED at a meeting of the City Council of the City of Millbrae held on February 22, 2022. PASSED AND ADOPTED at a meeting of the City Council of the City of Millbrae held on _______________. _____________________________ Anne Oliva Mayor ATTEST: ____________________________ Eduardo Gonzalez Acting City Clerk