Anaheim City Council Member
Anaheim welcomes back visitors to the Disneyland Resort

We are so excited to begin welcoming visitors to the Disneyland Resort. Beginning on April 30, the parks will open to limited capacity. This opening cannot come soon enough for our small businesses who depend on the resort area. And the city receives a significant source of revenue from taxes paid by visitors who stay at an Anaheim hotel, revenue that’s been reduced by more than 95 percent since the resort’s closure last year.

I join with Mayor Harry Sidhu in welcoming back our visitors to Anaheim. Mayor Sidhu authored an op-ed that appeared in the OC Register, and you can read it here. Based on the experience of Disney parks around the world which opened much sooner, I can tell you Disneyland should have been allowed to open months ago. However, onerous mandates at the state level prevented Anaheim from facilitating a safe re-opening until now.

This month’s re-opening will occur with the highest level of safety protocols and guest experience management, something nobody does better than Disney. As they say, I hope to “see ya real” soon in our resort area.
New City Manager tours District 6
We welcomed Jim Vanderpool, Anaheim’s city manager since the start of the pandemic, to a special tour of Anaheim Hills, District 6. Vanderpool comes to the city from Buena Park, where he spent the last eight years as their city manager.

Stops on the tour included the city’s Walnut Canyon reservoir and other water utility facilities, Anaheim Hills Golf Course and Oak Canyon Nature Center. We also stopped by the East Anaheim Community Center for tours conducted by our Community Services Department and Anaheim PD.

We are fortunate to have access to our parks and trails and other city facilities. I pledge as your council member to continue to devote resources to maintaining our world amenities for our Anaheim Hills families.
Left to right: John Dulebon, Dukku Lee, Michael Moore, representing Anaheim Public Utilities, Council Member Trevor O’Neil, new City Manager Jim Vanderpool
Walnut Canyon Reservoir
Michael Moore, Anaheim Public Utilities with Council Member O’Neil
July 4th event to be held this year
As previously announced by the Anaheim Hills Community Council, work is now underway to plan the return of our July 4th celebration in Peralta Park – including the return of our fireworks.

Stay tuned for updates and other information. Go to, for the latest.
You may be eligible for $1000 for Utilities
Calling all Anaheim businesses and nonprofits! Apply now through April 30 for the Anaheim Public Utilities Emergency Small Business Assistance program.

This program offers direct relief for small businesses and nonprofits that have fallen behind or are struggling to pay their utility bills.

Businesses can get $1,000 in assistance as a bill credit. For more information and to apply, visit
Enroll in Automatic Bill Pay or Electronic bills and Save
Here’s an easy way to save $10 and cut down on paper waste!

Customers who sign up for electronic bills and enroll in automatic bill pay will receive a one-time $10 credit on their next billing statement. Electronic bills are sent via email and can be viewed online anytime.

To enroll:
1. Sign in to your online account (
2. Select “paperless billing”
3. Enroll in ACH recurring payments (not by credit card)
Upcoming City Council Meeting

Our City Council meeting will be held Tuesday, April 27 at 5 p.m.
To view the agenda, click here.
Helpful Information and Resources
For the latest COVID-19 updates
No-cost COVID-19 testing is available at many locations throughout Anaheim. Find more about testing and links to make an appointment at
Trevor O'Neil
Anaheim City Council Member, District 6

200 S. Anaheim Blvd, 7th Floor, Anaheim, CA 92805