District Resources

Local Resources

The following are links to local government agencies, schools, and business organizations within the 69th Assembly District.

State Offices

State government is organized into several dozen departments, most of which have been grouped together into a smaller number of agencies. The vast majority of state government agencies and departments are headquartered in Sacramento or in parts of Sacramento County, but most of the larger agencies and departments also have local offices around the state. All are designed to provide services to, or otherwise assist, the residents of our state. Following are links to the websites of some important state offices.

Federal Government Links

The Federal Government was established in order to provide public services. Its primary responsibilities include protecting our nation and representing our interests foreign and domestic, developing and applying national laws, and also regulating and managing domestic programs to assist our public in the sustainment and betterment of our lives.

Are You Using the Internet Safely?

Over the past two decades, the internet has grown and drastically changed the way people communicate.

The internet provides new opportunities to gain unprecedented access to information, new ways to express creativity, and an ability to interact with different cultures. Along with these benefits come new dangers such as cyberattacks, exposure to unwanted material and a digital log of personal information.

Elder Abuse

Throughout the years, there has been an increase in the number of reported instances of abuse of California’s seniors. While California has passed many laws to ensure this abuse is subject to unique liability, you can also play a vital role in reducing the likelihood that this will happen to you or a loved one.

What Can My Office Do For You?

My main priority as your elected representative in the California State Assembly is to represent, help, and fight for the hard-working families and individuals in our communities. However, many constituents are not fully aware of the services available through my district office.

That’s why I wanted to provide you with an informative brochure, “Let’s talk about what my office can do for you,” that outlines how my office may be of assistance. This brochure will provide information about a range of services that my district office can offer you.

Citizen's Guide to Participation

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In many ways the legislative process can be complex and overwhelming. Californians have many opportunities to make an impact on lawmakers and their community.

Be a part of the process and make your voice heard by registering to vote.

Below is the “Citizen's Guide to Participation in the California Legislature.”  This brochure will help guide you through how a bill becomes a law and answer frequently asked questions about the legislative process.

Internship Application

The California State Assembly Internship Program offers high school and college students a unique opportunity to participate in and experience the work of a state Assembly office. The program exposes students to the operations and the activities of a legislator’s work. These experiences include working with constituents, conducting community outreach efforts, assisting community-based organizations, organizing civic events and projects, database development and upkeep, staffing the office, and other activities.

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Alert OC

Public mass notification systems have become a critical component of emergency preparation and response. Public Safety officials utilize the system to rapidly send out messages when there is a perceived, emerging, or impending situation that may require community action, such as evacuation. 

AlertOC is a mass notification system designed to keep Orange County residents and businesses informed of emergencies. AlertOC contains residential and commercial landline phone numbers for most of Orange County’s population.