The five council district, as proposed by West Covina residents Fred Sykes and Alfred Williams, would divide the city into equal parts based on population. Four council members lives in district one, and Mayor Roger Hernandez lives in district four. Here’s the story.
PROPOSED NEW DISTRICTS
DISTRICT ONE: Starts at the intersection of Puente and Azusa avenues; extends to the city’s eastern boundary and south along Azusa to approximately Green Ridge Terrace.
DISTRICT TWO: Roughly encompasses the portion of the city that extends west from Azusa Avenue, north of the 10 Freeway.
DISTRICT THREE: Approximately south of the 10 Freeway to Cameron Avenue and west to the city limit at Francisquito Avenue.
DISTRICT FOUR: Defined as Cameron Avenue south to Francisquito on the west and south to Temple Avenue on the east.
DISTRICT FIVE: Approximately south of Green Ridge Terrace and along Nogales south to Valley Boulevard.