Trevor O’Neil currently serves on the City Council as Mayor Pro Tem of the City of Anaheim. When the former Mayor of Anaheim was under investigation by the FBI, Trevor demanded that the then-Mayor resign, so the city could move forward and restore public trust. Trevor stepped up as acting Mayor of Anaheim and is currently leading the efforts to clean up City Hall.
On the City Council, Trevor’s accomplishments for the residents of Anaheim include increasing the number of Anaheim firefighters and police officers, building shelters with services for the homeless, improving Anaheim parks, and prioritizing neighborhood investment.
Trevor is committed to preserving the quality of life for Anaheim residents. He believes that his mission as Mayor is to represent the interests of everyone in Anaheim from West Anaheim to Downtown to the Colony to the Hills. The focus should not be only on big businesses, but how our residents and neighborhoods benefit from what these businesses bring to our City.
Trevor has served as Chair of the Orange County Council of Governments and the Chairman of the Board on the Orange County Taxpayers Association. His also represents Anaheim on the Board of the Transportation Corridor Agency, Association of California Cities–Orange County, and Southern California Association of Governments.
At the Council, Trevor chaired Anaheim’s Ad-Hoc Committee on Housing and Housing Affordability. He fights for sensible housing policy that addresses housing affordability. He is currently focused on Anaheim’s continued economic recovery in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic. As part of the city’s coronavirus relief package, more than $70 million was issued to assist residents and businesses impacted by the pandemic.
Trevor has lived in Anaheim for more than 25 years and raised his children here. As a successful businessman delivering homecare services to seniors, the disabled and other vulnerable people, he understands healthcare and has supported the senior community in Southern California. He loves Anaheim city parks and can often be found walking the paths and trails or hosting volunteer cleanup days. He earned his bachelor’s degree in computer science from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.