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David Greenwald is the founder, editor, and executive director of the Davis Vanguard. He founded the Vanguard in 2006. David Greenwald moved to Davis in 1996 to attend Graduate School at UC Davis in Political Science. He lives in South Davis with his wife Cecilia Escamilla Greenwald and three children.

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6 thoughts on “What District Am I In? Handy Map of Both Council and School Board Districts”

  1. Dave Hart

    Alan H made a good attempt at providing an informative reference for these district elections that will help most people.  However, there are quite a few other people who live along boundaries that are not defined by major thoroughfares.  District boundaries run along greenbelts, for example.  I really don’t understand why the city and the school district don’t include links to their boundary maps in every online and print communication.  It’s not like it takes that much extra ink.  Maybe that needs to be an election campaign question.

    DJUSD map:


    City of Davis map:  


  2. Matt Williams

    The Candidates for those Districts are as follows:

    City of Davis

    District 1
    — no election until 2022

    District 2
    — Will Arnold
    — Dylan Horton
    — Colin Walsh

    District 3
    — Lucas Frerichs
    — Larry Guenther

    District 4
    — no election until 2022

    District 5
    — Josh Chapman
    — Kelsey Fortune
    — Connor Gorman
    — Rochelle Swanson


    District 1
    — no election until 2022

    District 2
    — Lea Darrah

    District 3
    — no election until 2022

    District 4
    — no election until 2022

    District 5
    — Cecilia Escamilla-Greenwald
    — Betsy Hyder

    At-Large (2020-2022 term)
    — Vigdis Asmundson
    — Andrew Cullen


  3. Alan Hirsch

    I have an Improved Map I have send to David G to post that reflects all the feedback and comments. (Yo David! Please post!)

    But it has to fit on 1 sheet of paper.
    Its hard on border streets to show if both side of street are in one district or another, or split down the center line. 
    SO TO DETERMINE,  You can go to DJUSD and City websites and either
    > zoom deep into their maps
    > use their address lookup feature (may not be up yet for DJUSD)

    Everyone will get a custom ballot mail Oct 5 or so that will tell you. (and if you show up at ANY of of 4 polling stations in Davis Oct 31 to election day, and give them you address, they will print a custom ballot for you also!)







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