Welcome to the First District

Supervisor DoThe First District at the County of Orange includes the Cities of Garden Grove, Santa Ana and Westminster, portions of the City of Fountain Valley and the Unincorporated Community of Midway City.

Representing you and the constituents of the First District is an honor and of utmost importance to me. Thus my staff and I are committed to assisting you and the community any way we can. Feedbacks from constituents allow us to be more responsive, and so I’d like to hear your thoughts on how we can make Orange County even better.

This site will be continually updated to provide you with information regarding the First District and the County of Orange. Please use this website as a source of information on resources and services from the First District and the different departments and agencies of the County of Orange. Stay up to date with County news and District events by subscribing to the First District newsletter.

If you have any comments or concerns, or if I can be of any assistance to you, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Proudly serving the People of the First District.


Andrew Do
Supervisor, First District
Orange County Board of Supervisors

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October 2, 2015  Supervisor Andrew Do Proposes OC Ethics Commission with Subpoena PowerSanta Ana, California — In an effort to add teeth to TINCUP, Orange County Supervisor Andrew Do is proposing an Orange County Ethics Commission to enforce and administer the county’s landmark campaign finance law. The new commission, as proposed by Supervisor Do, would have the power to subpoena bank records, investigate campaign finance violations, and create an independent campaign contribution tracking system.
News ImageJuly 8, 2015  Orange County Homeowners Get More Time to Appeal Property Tax BillsOrange County homeowners now have more time to appeal their property tax bills, under a plan supported by OC Supervisor Andrew Do.
June 2, 2015  Why Restaurant Grades Fail the TestWhy Restaurant Grades Fail the Test

Orange County is considering a restaurant grading system, similar to the programs in San Diego and Los Angeles.

We need more restaurant inspections, not a new fee and grading system.

Here's why restaurant grades aren't effective in reducing the spread of food-borne illness.

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