Supervisor ChaffeeWelcome to my website! As your Orange County 4th District Supervisor, I represent the cities of Brea, Fullerton, La Habra, Placentia, and portions of Anaheim and Buena Park. It has been an honor and a privilege to serve the residents of the 4th District in this capacity. In addition to the Board of Supervisors, I also serve on many commissions, committees, and boards.

Each day, I look forward to serving the public, which is why I maintain an “open door policy.” I want to hear from residents in the Fourth District and be informed on the issues that they face in our communities. Conversely, that door opens both ways; I want to be out and engaging with residents in the community.

Moreover, I worked to be elected as your Supervisor because I believe that the residents in the 4th District deserve a better quality of life. I am committed to improving the quality of life for everyone in the 4th District by addressing the homelessness crisis, creating more affordable housing, expanding mental health services, offering early childhood education programs, improving public transportation, fixing roads, creating more open space, and providing clean water.

I believe that good government should establish and leverage relationships with many public and private individuals and groups.

Lastly, I look forward to updating you on County issues, information, and activities. I hope you enjoy this website. It is an honor to serve you.


Doug Chaffee
Supervisor, Fourth District
County of Orange Board of Supervisors

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August 6, 2019  Demolition begins at future site of $40 million county mental health campus in OrangeWork got started Tuesday, Aug. 6, on the Be Well OC Regional Mental Health and Wellness Hub when a demolition crew began tearing down an old office complex on Anita Drive near Chapman Avenue and the 57 Freeway.
July 11, 2019  BREAKING GROUND ON BUENA PARK HOMELESS NAVIGATION CENTERThe ground breaking ceremony for construction of the Buena Park Homeless Navigation Center brought together a partnership of officials from cities, nonprofits, the County of Orange and the State of California. Attendees gathered in the late afternoon at the site bringing with them clothing and hygiene product donations.
July 1, 2019  Orange County launches new panel to get 2,700 housing units for homeless peopleMembers of a new governmental panel aimed at getting people out of Orange County’s streets and parks and from under freeway overpasses, and get roofs over their heads, left their first meeting Thursday with a single goal — to find money for 2,700 housing units over the next six years.
June 3, 2019  Efforts to restore mural in Placentia’s Atwood neighborhood have taken offA nearly 40-year old mural in Placentia’s Atwood neighborhood, once badly faded and barely recognizable, is coming to life again. And with it, residents, many who’ve lived in the largely Hispanic enclave for decades, are unifying.