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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 threat of wildfires is increasingly on the minds of already crisis-fatigued suburban residents whose communities are near or contain overgrown areas with accumulations of flammable material. This concern is clearly warranted based on recent wildfires, including the devastating fires of fall
  • It was a day to remember as members of the El Dorado Irrigation District Board of Directors, past and present, other dignitaries and EID staff gathered at Sly Park Monday morning to celebrate paying off the bonds for Sly Park Recreation Area, making it and all its associated assets the property of EID.
  • Two-mile plus tunnel would replace aging canal along the wall of Stanislaus River canyon.
  • “My neighbor had a bullet go through her living room,” revealed Promontory resident Sita Burgess at last week’s El Dorado Hills Community Council meeting, citing the incident as a vivid example of their situation’s urgency. Over the past few months she and other residents near Kalithea Park and the
  • Seven clean years later, the volunteer driver for the East County Transitional Living Center — who also lives at the center — was presented with a “Healthcare Hero of the Year” award by the Grossmont Healthcare District. He was one of five individuals and a family of three honored by the district