The board is seeking public input on zone map alternatives from Nov. 17 through Dec. 1 to help determine final board zones
Beginning Wednesday, Nov. 17 the Salem-Keizer School Board will launch a public input period to gather feedback on alternative maps for revised school board zone boundaries.
The update to the zone boundaries, or “redistricting,” is a process to distribute the population equally among electoral districts. This usually happens after the U.S. census, which takes place every 10 years. The census shows population growth or decrease in these areas, requiring population rebalancing to ensure equal representation. Special districts, such as school districts, collaborate with their communities on determining the updated school board zones.
Redistricting will NOT change school attendance area boundaries.
View the maps online
The board has two different proposals for redrawing the zones for the district. Proposed map alternatives for the Salem-Keizer School Board can be reviewed on the School Board Zones Redistricting webpage. You can also view the maps at the locations below.
View the maps in person at these locations
The following locations in Salem will have maps available for in-person viewing.
4500 Lancaster Dr NE
Peoples Church Casa de Adoración:
4500 Lancaster Dr NE
To God Be the Glory
4445 Silverton Rd. NE
Salem Alliance Church 555 Gaines St NE
Salem Public Library 585 Liberty St SE
Salem Leadership Foundation Broadway Commons-1300 Broadway NE #409
Salem Islamic Center (Arabic) 3215 Fisher Rd. NE
Salem/Keizer Coalition for Equality (Spanish) 3850 Portland Rd. NE Suite #100
Mano a Mano (Spanish) 3850 Portland Rd NE #130
2921 Saddle Club St. SE #1009
Salem for Refugees (Swahili) 1430 5th St NE
Iglesia Bautista Cristo Vive (Spanish)
4051 Market St. NE
Get flyers and fact sheets at these locations
The following locations in Salem will have printed flyers of the zone alternatives and an information sheet only.
Seed of Faith International
Oak Park Church
Salem First Methodist Church
Holy Cross Lutheran
Free Church of Oregon
Dominion Covenant Fellowship Church
Pauline Memorial AME Zion
Take the survey
Residents can access the survey to indicate their preferred option and provide additional comments.
The board will discuss input collected during the feedback period in a work session on Dec. 7 and make a final decision at its regular board meeting on December 14, 2021.
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