Members

The Four Creeks Unincorporated Area Council serves an area of about 50 square miles, mostly rural, although it does include about 3 square miles of urban unincorporated area. The service area is divided into 10 geographic “districts” with one board member authorized from each district. The council also has 4 at-large positions, which results in 14 board positions.

All positions are usually for four-year terms, although periodically shorter-term assignments may be made if a position is vacated during a term.

FCUAC Boundary
FCUAC Boundary and Districts

According to the FCUAC bylaws, the Council may create temporary at-large positions if district positions are open.

FCUAC makes appointments to membership positions every other year at its regular January meeting after receiving candidate requests two months earlier, at the regular November meeting, and may make appointments to vacant positions at any regular or special meeting.

View the current appointment procedure here.

NOTE: Maps of the FCUAC districts can be found on the Atlas web site.  Go to Maps>Gallery and select the Districts group.

Four Creeks UAC Districts

UAC
District
Term
Expires
Voting
Precincts
Registered
Voters*

One

2021

Coalfield
Honey
Renhill
Sunset
TOTAL

734
110
412
247
1,503

Two

2023

Briarwood
Ida
Valencia**
TOTAL

589
280
560
1,429

Three

2021

Briar
Daniel**
Eastwood
TOTAL

540
571
472
1,583

Four

2023

Brigid
Husky
TOTAL

341
672
1,013

Five

2021

May Valley
Tanner
TOTAL

517
716
1,233

Six

2021

Cougar Mtn.
Edgehill
Graff
Hi-Valley
Squak Mtn.
TOTAL

1
67
106
861
187
1,222

Seven

2021

Maple Hills
Matthew
TOTAL

746
466
1,212

Eight

2023

McDonald
Nalia
TOTAL

541
790
1,331

Nine

2021

Arthur**
Hutchinson
TOTAL

381
642
1,023

Ten

2023

Colleen
Haas
Mirrormont
Tiger Mtn.
Preston**
TOTAL

500
325
479
745
150
2,199

  TOTAL

13,748

At-Large #1

2021

  

At-Large #2

2021

  

At-Large #3

2021

  

At-Large #4

2021

  

At-Large #5

2021

  
Four Creeks UAC member districts

*Source: Voter registration totals as of October, 2020

**Only a portion of the precinct is within the Four Creeks service area