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About SCSSD

Community Districts

SCSSD serves four distinct Community Districts. The residential households from each District elect a Community Director and Alternate Community Director to represent their neighborhood and serve on the Board of Directors for a four-year term. Board decision-making is based on seven votes, with the four Community Directors having one vote each, and the three Sports Venue Directors having one vote each. All Directors and Alternates serve on a voluntary basis without compensation. In total, SCSSD represents approximately 9,000 residents living in 4,100 households. Below is a summary of the Community Districts:

Community District I

  • District I is located in the southeast quadrant of SCSSD, closest in proximity to the Sports Complex venues. District I serves residents in the area bounded by Packer Avenue to the north, 13th Street to the east, Geary Street to the South, and Broad Street to the west.
  • Residents in Community District 1 are represented by Community Director, Judy Cerrone, and Alternate Community Director, Stephanie Hull.
  • According to year 2010 census data, District I has a population of 469 residents living in 218 households.

Community District II

  • District II is located in the southwest quadrant of SCSSD. District II serves residents in the area bounded by Packer Avenue to the north, Broad Street to the east, Hartranft Street to the south, and 20th Street to the west.
  • Residents in Community District II are represented by Community Director, Barbara Capozzi, and Alternate Community Director, Don Toto.
  • According to year 2010 census data, District II has a population of 2,477 residents living in 1,125 households.

Community District III

  • District III is located in the northeast quadrant of SCSSD. District III serves residents in the area bounded by Oregon Avenue to the north, 7th Street to the east, I-76 to the south, and Broad Street to the west.
  • Residents in Community District III are represented by Community Director, Loretta Mitsos-Panvini, and Alternate Community Director, Gary Forte.
  • According to year 2010 census data, District III has a population of 3,056 residents living in 1,401 households.

Community District IV

  • District IV is located in the northwest quadrant of SCSSD. District IV serves residents in the area bounded by Oregon Avenue to the north, Broad Street to the east, I-76 to the South, and 20th Street to the west.
  • Residents in Community District IV are represented by Community Director, Ted Scairato, and Alternate Community Director, George Hatton III.
  • According to year 2010 census data, District IV has a population of 2,954 residents living in 1,319 households.