The Lake Arrowhead Community Services District is governed by a locally elected Board of Directors consisting of 5 individuals that are registered to vote within the District’s boundaries.
A candidate must be a registered voter residing within the specific district they would represent. Individuals interested in serving on the Board of Directors are invited to visit the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters sbcountyelections.com for the latest information on how to file as a candidate, including filing deadlines.
To comply with law, LACSD changed the Board Member elections from odd-numbered years to even-numbered years to coincide with the Statewide General Election. The District also changed from an at-large to a district-based election, meaning each Director represents a specific geography within the District.
The District is required to adjust division boundaries after each federal decennial census. Using the census data as a basis, the boundaries of the divisions must be adjusted so that they are equal in population to the extent possible. In adjusting the boundaries of the divisions, the board may give consideration to the following factors: (1) topography, (2) geography, (3) cohesiveness, contiguity, integrity, and compactness of territory, and (4) community interests of the division. Before adjusting the boundaries, the Board shall hold at least two public hearings.
Click here to view a map depicting the five divisions.