New BOE District Boundaries Effective January 1, 2015

The BOE is comprised of four districts each with a population of approximately 9.5 million people. Voters from each district elect a Board Member as their representative. The fifth Board Member is the State Controller, who is elected statewide.

Boundaries for state Assembly, Senate, Congressional, and Board of Equalization (BOE) districts are redrawn every ten years to address changes to California's population. This process is called redistricting.

In 2011, the California Citizens Redistricting Commission drew new district boundaries for the Assembly, Senate, Congressional and Board of Equalization (BOE) based on 2010 federal census data.

The new boundaries for the BOE districts are effective January 1, 2015, after the November 4, 2014 general election and the new Board Members take office.

You may view the final certified maps for the new BOE districts at we draw the lines.

What changes were made in BOE boundaries?

The following counties, or portions of these counties, were affected by redistricting:

  • Glenn
  • Tehama
  • Santa Barbara
  • Ventura
  • Portions of Los Angeles County
  • Portions of San Bernardino County

Additionally, the BOE districts will be re-numbered to coincide with California State Senate district numbers.

See the maps below for the current boundaries and the new boundaries that will be effective January 1, 2015:

Current Boundaries

Current BOE map

Current BOE map (pdf)

New Boundaries effective January 1, 2015

New BOE map

New BOE map (pdf)

How do I find my Board Member?

To find your current Board Member, go to Find Your Board Member and enter your address. We will update this webpage with the new district boundaries when they become effective on January 1, 2015.

Where do I go for more information?

California Citizens Redistricting Commission website

Statewide Database website

Article 21 of the California Constitution