Brevard County Redistricting Committee 2021-2022
In the first odd-numbered year after each decennial census, or more frequently where allowed by Brevard County Home Rule Charter, the Brevard County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) shall cause the County to be divided into County Commissioner district of contiguous territory as nearly equal in population as practicable. The recommendations of the Committee shall be made directly to the BOCC which shall approve or disapprove them without amendment. In its recommendation the Committee shall, to the extent practicable, preserve the several municipalities and geographically cohesive racial or ethnic minority communities from fragmentation. Redistricting more frequently than decennially shall be permitted only where the population of a district has been changed by more than 25% since the last redistricting.
The Redistricting Committee is composed of three members appointed by each of the five County Commissioners for their Districts, for a total of fifteen members.
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