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NID adopts redistricting maps

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The new NID division boundary map

After four public meetings and five alternate maps created by an independent consultant, the Nevada Irrigation District (NID) Board of Directors have voted on a map that keeps cities, communities of interest and watershed interests together. 

The southern part of NID’s boundaries have experienced the largest percentage of growth since the last redistricting effort. In order to balance the shift in population, in accordance with election law, a few of the District’s divisions were reduced geographically; these include Divisions 1, 2 and 4. Divisions 3 and 5 now will see large geographic increases in order to capture a proportionate share of the population. 

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The former NID division boundary map

In the 2022 election, the Board of Director seats located in Divisions 1, 2, and 4 will be up for election.

Click here to see the former, proposed and new maps, 

Click here to read the Board-adopted Resolution.

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