Board of Directors Adopts New Director Precinct Boundaries
The Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer Conservation District (District) Board of Directors adopted new Director Precinct boundaries at their March 10, 2022 Board meeting. The Board’s decision was preceded by a public hearing, also held at the March 10, 2022 meeting. In accordance with State and Federal law, after each federal decennial census, the board must revise the single-member districts. The 2020 federal decennial census was released in August 2021. The District worked with the law firm of Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta LLP to act as the District’s redistricting consultant, including advising and assisting the Board in preparation of a new redistricting plan in compliance with applicable requirements of state and federal law.
A five-member Board of Directors, elected for staggered four-year terms, is the governing body of the District and ensures the District’s work is consistent with statutory mission, District rules, and local priorities.
Below is the adopted resolution and new Director Precinct Maps:
Redistricting Resolution – March 10, 2022
Director Precinct Maps – Adopted March 10, 2022