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Sequoia Healthcare District




Rezoning, also known as redistricting, occurs every 10 years after each census. Rezoning balances population counts within each district to ensure equal representation. SHD was informed by the County Assessor’s Office in early August 2021 that SHD will need to submit updated boundaries for the 2022 election cycle using the newly released Census 2020 data by April, 2022.  An analysis of the Census 2020 data showed a population deviation between zones of 13.4%, which means SHD will have to redistrict (or “rezone”) the map. Our first public hearing on rezoning will be held at the Wednesday, December 1st Board meeting. ALL residents are invited to attend and provide public comment on the zones. In the meantime, the public is invited to familiarize themselves with the zones and use our LocateMyDistrict tool to find out which zone they are in: seqhd.org/locatemydistrict.

ACHD Annual Conference – HSI

Dr. Karen Li, Director of School Health, presented a summary of Sequoia Healthcare District’s Healthy Schools Initiative for the 9/23/21 ACHD Annual Conference. Check out the video and visit our Schools section to learn more about the Healthy Schools Initiative program.

Vaccine Clinics

Fair Oaks Health Center in Redwood City is hosting a FREE COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic every week for residents of San Mateo County. Register for an appointment at https://myturn.ca.gov/ or visit www.smchealth.org for more information.

Infant and Adult CPR Classes

Register for our FREE Virtual Infant CPR Classes for District residents. Spots fill up fast. Visit Eventbrite for more info. and reserve your spot today.

SHD Board Meetings: Find dates & more information here

Our Mission & Vision

Sequoia Healthcare District is committed to improving the health of District residents by enhancing access to care and promoting wellness through responsible stewardship of District taxpayer dollars.

Our Vision is for all District residents to experience optimal physical and mental health at every stage of life.

We pledge to return to the community 100% of the net tax revenue within three years in health-related programs and services.

Our Annual Impact

At the Sequoia Healthcare District we value innovation and creative solutions to addressing health issues. We have demonstrated that commitment not only by financially supporting great community health projects and outstanding service providers but by also developing and managing our own signature health programs.

Residents served by our district dollars

residents receiving dental and clinical services from our partners

residents receiving food assistance

Children served by our Healthy Schools Initiave programs

Our Core Values: Sequoia CARES


We demonstrate
care by the programs we provide and support



We act as catalysts for developing and implementing innovative and impactful programs


We give due regard for the rights of everyone and uphold the dignity all people deserve


We are committed to improving access to health and wellness services for all residents


We are diligent and ethical in our entrusted role with taxpayer funds