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About Special Districts

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Special District Map

The California Special Districts Association (CSDA) supports Districts Make the Difference and the efforts to raise understanding and awareness for the almost 2,000 special districts that serve California’s communities. CSDA, with support from CSDA Finance Corporation, and Special District Risk Management Authority, worked with California CAD Solutions to create an interactive map.

Find your special districts:
1. The map shows the state divided by county. Click on your county.
2. A list of special districts in the county will appear.
3. For detailed information about a specific district, click on the zoom icon.

The list can be downloaded for additional sorting capabilities.

Disclaimer: The Special District Mapping Project is provided as a public resource for general information. Because the data contained therein has not been verified and has been gathered from multiple sources, CSDA does not guarantee its accuracy or suitability for any particular purpose. Recommended browser: For the full experience, we recommend Google Chrome.

Districts in the News

  • The Comfort Lake – Forest Lake Watershed District and Rice Creek Watershed District both offer grants to support native gardens, raingardens and shoreline plantings.
  • At the May 20 meeting of the Placer County Water Agency (“PCWA”) Board of Directors, the Board awarded 12 grants, totaling over $3.6 million, to seven public water purveyors in Placer County. The grants, funded through PCWA’s Financial Assistance Program, support Placer County special districts with
  • Old, leaking, redwood tanks that used to supply drinking water to the Lompico community have been transformed, just in time for peak fire season. “The big thing was reliability in the canyon,” said Rick Rogers, director of operations at San Lorenzo Valley Water District. “The Lompico canyon is pretty self
  • Modoc Point Irrigation District has received funding from the Oregon Water Resources Commission to study ways to increase its water storage, according to an OWRD news release.
  • The Lancaster, Lake Los Angeles and Quartz Hill libraries are three of 20 Los Angeles County libraries that will offer free grab-and-go meals this summer to children and teens ages 18 and younger for the seventh consecutive year, officials announced Friday.