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Supervisor Don Wagner is proud to represent nearly 600,000 constituents in the communities of Anaheim Hills, Irvine, Tustin, Orange, North Tustin, Villa Park, Yorba Linda, and the unincorporated canyon areas. 


Tara Campbell

Chief of Staff

Rachel Lurya,

Communications Director

Patricia Buttress,

Policy Advisor and Field Representative 

Patricia Welch-Foster,

Scheduler and Policy Advisor 

Marty Gardner,

Deputy Chief of Staff

Deepak Sahni,

Field Representative 

David Asbra,

Field Representative 

Scott Voigts,

District Director 

Saga Conroy,

Community Outreach Director

Al Tello,

Field Representative 

Al Murray,

Policy Advisor and Field Representative 

January 12, 2020: Supervisor Don Wagner is proud to be the past Mayor of Irvine — his family's hometown and a city that's rich in cultural diversity — to celebrate the Chinese New Year at the Irvine Barclay Theatre. He spoke with several Chinese media outlets on the importance of cultural diversity. 

Supervisor Wagner was humbled and honored to welcome nearly a thousand people in the audience with Third District Director Scott Voigts, Young Kim, Yorba Linda Councilwoman Peggy Huang, and Irvine Councilman Anthony Kuo. Supervisor Wagner proudly presented a Certificate of Recognition to the theatre for their tremendous contributions to Orange County's arts and culture scene. 

The American Southern California Economic Cultural Association relishes the Chinese Spring Festival with this colorful gala. Award-winning guest artists travel from China to share the Barclay stage with Orange County dancers and musicians.

A special thank goes to Third District Community Outreach Director, Saga Conroy, for the wonderful invitation and all your hard work at the event, and to Communications Director, Rachel Lurya, for documenting the festivities.

We are all thankful to live, serve, and represent the needs of such a diverse district. 

May the "Year of the Rat" offer more freedom, happiness, and health to all.


Supervisor Wagner Holding Government Contracts Accountable

Our constituents deserve vendors who treat both the County and the taxpayers fairly. Supervisor Don Wagner is working to keep the government accountable. Watch the latest Supervisor Spotlight to learn more. 


Supervisor Wagner Sponsors Three Safety Classes
Irvine, Tustin, Orange

Public safety initiatives are big in the Third District. Supervisor Wagner sponsored a FREE women's self-defense class in Irvine, a children's self-defense class in Tustin, and a CPR class in Orange with close to 100 attendees per class. Each class focuses on how to fully maximize today's technology and digital resources to enhance safety outcomes better.

Thank you to the wonderful staff at Tom Vo's TaeKwonDo Academy, Boy's & Girls Club, and Care Ambulance Service for your talents and expertise, empowering people to leverage the latest, life-saving techniques.

Supervisor Wagner was humbled to present a Certificate of Recognition to Tom Vo Jr. for his years of dedication to providing engaging, energetic classes designed to save a life.

Our office wants to encourage you to participate in the upcoming Third District events to better protect yourself and those around you.

Board of Supervisors Resolution for Korean American Day 
January 14, 2020, Hall of Administration

It was an honor to celebrate Korean American Day with colleagues, including Supervisor Michelle Steel, to present a resolution at the Board of Supervisors. 

"Orange County Board of Supervisors will celebrate January 13, 2020, as “Korean American Day” to honor the history, contributions, and sacrifices of California’s Korean Americans.

This year marked the 117th year of Korean immigration to the U.S. On January 13, 1903, the first group of Koreans arrived in Honolulu, Hawaii. In 2005, the U.S. Senate and House passed resolutions by unanimous consent expressing support for the goals and aspirations of Korean American Day, which is also celebrated by numerous states and municipalities. Over the last 117 years, Korean Americans have made significant contributions in all aspects of American life and have excelled in all fields. They continue to play a pivotal role in defining America as the land of diversity and opportunity.

On behalf of the OC Board of Supervisors and citizens of Orange County, we extend our sincere congratulations to the Korean American community."

Supervisor Hosts Senior Services Town Hall
January 22, 2020, Irvine City Hall

Because we deeply value our senior community, Supervisor Wagner's office sponsored a senior services town hall with over 170 attendees. People learned how to connect with the vast County resources available, and each program is designed to help make life easier, healthier, and as safe as can be.

From the mobile "Senior Resources" app to dedicated nutritional services, there are programs to support you and the ones you love.

Read the presentation here.

Coffee With Third District Appointees
January 23, 2020, Hall of Administration

Being appointed to a committee is an opportunity to serve your community, working on everything from preserving historical landmarks to recommending transportation improvements throughout Orange County.

Supervisor Wagner hosted a morning coffee with over 25 appointees (with donuts, of course) for a 2020 goal-setting meeting and to hear what he can do to activate government and better serve the people. We thank everyone for participating; the lively discussion sparked a lot of conversations and forward movement for our District.

If you are interested in serving on a committee in the Third District, please email for more information. 

Recognizing Good Community Work!
Upcoming Meeting in North Tustin on January 28
By OC Public Works 


OC Public Works is proposing a drainage and sidewalk improvement project in the Crawford Canyon area. The project will mitigate known stormwater drainage issues along Barrett Lane, Fairhaven Extension, and adjacent roads.

Additionally, OC Public Works is proposing a sidewalk gap closure in the same area. We are hosting the meeting to collect input from residents and to gauge the level of support for the proposed sidewalk.

Tuesday, January 28, 2020 
6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Event Center P.E. Room
Foothill High School

Residents who live within close proximity to the project area will receive a meeting notification by mail. Please also check OC Public Works’ website and social media pages. 


We're coming to your area to discuss the latest Third District trends. Get your questions answered by Supervisor Don Wagner's staff. We look forward to seeing you in your city! 

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Orange Public Library
407 E. Chapman Ave.
Orange, CA 92866
(located across the street from City Hall)
Thursday, January 30, 2020
Noon – 2:30 p.m.
OC Library – Heritage Park Branch in Irvine
14361 Yale
Irvine CA 92604
(located near the corner of Yale and Walnut Ave, near William Woollett Aquatics Center)
Saturday, February 1, 2020
9:30 a.m. - noon
Silverado Canyon
28192 Silverado Canyon Rd.
Silverado, CA 92676
(at Silverado Canyon Market parking lot)
Monday, February 3, 2020
1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Villa Park Library
17865 Santiago Blvd.
Villa Park, CA 92861
(located next to Villa Park City Hall)
Thursday, February 6, 2020
1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Orange Public Library - El Modena Branch
380 S. Hewes Ave.
Orange, CA 92869
Tuesday, February 11, 2020
1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Yorba Linda Public Library
18181 Imperial Highway
Yorba Linda, CA 92886



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