PROPOSED REAPPORTIONMENT OF ELECTION DISTRICTS FOR BOARD OF SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF MOBILE COUNTY

The Board of School Commissioners of Mobile County will hold a meeting in which it will consider a resolution making changes to the boundaries of its existing board member election districts at 10:00 a.m. on Monday, January 24, 2022, at the Mobile County Public School System Central Office, 1 Magnum Pass, Mobile, AL 36618.

A map of Mobile County showing the proposed election district boundaries is available for inspection during regular business hours until the date and time of the meeting at the following locations: Mobile County Public School System Central Office; Mobile Government Plaza Atrium; Bayou la Batre City Hall; Citronelle City Hall; Dauphin Island City Hall; Mt. Vernon Town Hall; Mobile County License Commissioner’s Office in Theodore; Prichard City Hall; Semmes City Hall; and Creola City Hall.  A comparison map of proposed and current election districts may also be viewed at the links below.

Why reapportionment is necessary:

Alabama state law requires the Board to establish five single-member election districts based on the principle of equal representation with districts apportioned according to the last federal decennial census.  The results of the 2020 census were made available in August 2021.  It is important to note that the reapportionment of board election districts will have no effect on school attendance zones.