Tustin CA – The City of Tustin is hosting its fourth public hearing regarding the City’s potential move to district elections on Monday, October 25 at 7 p.m. The fourth hearing will present the additional draft district maps based on new community map submissions and feedback. In addition, the City Council will conduct a public hearing before potentially selecting a district map, selecting district election sequencing, and conducting the first reading of an ordinance to transition from at-large to district-based elections.

The City encourages community members to participate in the public hearing and share their views on map selection and district election sequencing. Participants can join in-person or via Zoom.us:

In-Person Location: City Hall, 300 Centennial Way, Tustin, CA 92780
Zoom Webinar ID: 940 8640 1921
Passcode: 600222
Dial-In Phone: #1-669-900-6833.

The City held the third district formation public hearing on Saturday, October 9, where members of the public and City Council provided feedback on the first round of drafted maps. The recording of the third hearing is available on DrawTustin.org/Schedule, and the draft map submissions are available to review on DrawTustin.org/Draft-Maps.

The second round of draft maps was published on DrawTustin.org/Schedule on October 18. All community-submitted drawn maps and feedback will be available for public review and discussion during the fourth public hearing on October 25th.

For more information on the fourth public hearing and the district formation process, visit DrawTustin.org or email drawtustin@tustinca.gov.