Designate Hillcrest/Deer Valley Corridor as a Community of Interest during districting.

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Designate the Hillcrest/Deer Valley Corridor as a "community of interest" during the city's districting process. This area is defined and shaped by 3 elementary schools, one middle school, natural environment, physical infrastructure, and economic development.The community shares the following schools: Mno Grant Elementary School, Carmen Dragon Elementary School, and Jack London Elementary School, which all feed into Black Diamond Middle School. Together, these schools serve most, if not all, of the Hillcrest/Deer Valley Corridor community.

The community shares the following schools: Mno Grant Elementary School, Carmen Dragon Elementary School, and Jack London Elementary School, which all feed into Black Diamond Middle School. Together, these schools serve most, if not all, of the Hillcrest/Deer Valley Corridor community. These schools shape the many experiences of our children and families in the area. Whether in elementary or middle school, many parents and community children build lifelong relationships with neighbors attending these schools that in turn fuel after-school and extracurricular sports activities throughout public parks in the Hillcrest/Deer Valley Corridor.

These schools shape the many experiences of children and families in the area. Whether in elementary or middle school, many parents and community children build lifelong relationships with neighbors attending these schools that in turn fuel after-school and extracurricular sports activities throughout public parks in the Hillcrest/Deer Valley Corridor.

These schools serve as the cornerstone for how families form strong bonds and relationships with one another and their community at large. These schools also serve as spaces for community meetings and events for residents in the Hillcrest/Deer Valley Corridor. Although the area is bounded by these schools, the Hillcrest/Deer Valley Corridor is aesthetically similar as well.

The area is formed by natural lands like hills and ridges, connected by a large section of the Delta de Anza Regional Trail, Contra Costa Canal, Deerfield Corridor Trail and Mokelumne, and insulated by the Hwy 4-bypass and Lone Tree Way. The area is nestled within open-space as prescribed the City's General Plan.

In addition to schools, natural land formations and physical infrastructure, the area shares similarities like a zip code (94531), Antioch Police Beat 6, and taxing structures like Mello/Roos and lighting and landscaping. Per the city's general plan, the Hillcrest/Deer Valley Corridor area is zoned only for medium to medium-low residential given the area's topography of hills and slopes. This has attracted an ethnically and culturally diverse yet integrated population where families/households share similar socio-economic backgrounds according to U.S. Census tract-data.

Economically the area is tied together by the Hillcrest/Deer Valley juncture that includes Crossings Shopping Center, Deer Valley Square, Hillcrest Crossroads, Hillcrest Professional Center, and the future Wildflower Station. This corner serves as the area's main entrance from the Hwy 4 bypass. The intersection includes a water fountain/feature that clearly indicates that individuals have entered S.E. Antioch.

Please do not split our community into 2 districts to ensure our community is represented by individuals who share our communal interests in schools, economic development, and geography.



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