Anaheim City Council Member
Anaheim Fire & Rescue - Wildfire Preparedness
Anaheim’s Interim Fire Chief Pat Russell gave an update to council this past Tuesday on fire preparedness efforts in our city, especially in Anaheim Hills. As you know, fire safety in District 6 is my top priority as your council member.

Stationary Cameras – As shared by Chief Russell, in a partnership with our Public Utilities department, later this summer, we are installing four cameras that will be located in wildland areas – that public safety officers and city staff can view at any time. Early recognition and understanding of the magnitude of an event can bolster our response and help us initiate any evacuation orders as soon as possible.

Wildland Training – We also ensure our firefighters receive top training with live exercises at Camp Pendleton and Tonner Canyon. In fact, units are receiving training this week.

You can get more information on our response and recovery efforts, as well as learn how you and your family can be prepared at our website Ready, Set, Go! .

We plan to hold a town hall meeting as the summer season gets underway to hear from Anaheim’s public safety officials – and to answer your questions. Invitations will be sent out soon.
Events Round-up
Flag Day
I was proud celebrate my first Flag Day as an Anaheim City Council Member. I joined Mayor Harry Sidhu and Council Member Steve Faessel. It's humbling as a public servant to contemplate the significance of our flag - what our men and women in uniform have sacrificed to protect it and what our founders did to create the nation it symbolizes.
OUSD Science Center Groundbreaking
This past Saturday, Canyon High School celebrated the groundbreaking for the Canyon High School Science Center, made possible with funding through the voter-approved Measure S. I serve as Vice-Chair of the Measure S oversight committee to ensure funds are appropriately spent to improve education infrastructure in our community. 
Star Wars Galaxy's Edge Grand Opening
It was my pleasure to join Mayor Harry Sidhu and my fellow Anaheim council members recently at the Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge dedication ceremony, held at the Disneyland Resort. It was awesome to witness as special guests Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Billy Dee Williams, George Lucas and Disney CEO Bob Iger introduced the world to the new land, which opened on Friday, May 31.

Disney's billion-dollar investment is expected to bring in $14 billion in economic activity over 40 years, which means a lot of new tax revenue for Anaheim, courtesy of visitors. That new revenue will enable us to better fund public safety, meet our unfunded pension liability and reinvest in neighborhoods – all without raising taxes on residents.
OC Forum Angels Luncheon
I had the pleasure to join the OC Forum on Tuesday, June 4 for the annual Angels Baseball Luncheon at Angel Stadium. The event featured Tim Mead, the Angels’ vice president of communications who will soon become the new president of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, along with Angels infielder Tommy La Stella.

It was an honor to welcome attendees to Angel Stadium, the home of Angels Baseball since 1965 – and I look forward to completing a deal later this year to keep the Angels in Anaheim for another generation. I support a framework for an agreement which is a win, win, win. That is: a deal which benefits the residents and taxpayers first, as well as the city and the team.
Trevor O'Neil
Anaheim City Council Member, District 6

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