It has been my honor to serve our community as a city commissioner, school board member and city councilmember. Every day I use my hard earned experience to improve our city.
Now more than ever, we need experienced leaders who can do more with less. I worked hard to:
- Attracted new businesses like Costco on Beach Blvd. and SkyZone Trampoline Park at Westminster Mall.
- Clean up Hoover Street, creating an award winning bike and pedestrian trail Westminster children and families can enjoy.
- Renovated over 83 acres of city parks and the Westminster Family Resource Center.
- Placed emergency call boxes at our parks to protect Westminster’s children.
More importantly, I did it without using general fund dollars.
My commitment to Westminster is stronger today than ever. Having grown up in Westminster, I have always cared deeply about our community. But as a father and homeowner, the direction of our city is personal to me. I will continue to work hard for my family and yours.
Please Vote to Re-Elect Sergio Contreras for Westminster City Council!
WESTMINSTER, CA – Today Westminster Mayor Pro Tem Sergio Contreras received a strong endorsement from the Westminster Police Officers Association for his re-election campaign. “Mayor Pro Tem Sergio Contreras has been a strong supporter of Westminster Police, and has been with us every step of the way in the fight against gangs and crime. He has earned our support and our thanks,” President of the Westminster Police Officers Association Mike Ogawa said. “The members of the Police Officers Association will be … read more
Westminster’s budget deficit has me, like the rest of our residents, concerned for the future of our City. While sitting at the Westminster General Plan Update meeting on Saturday, I heard the public and our General Plan Advisory Committee’s worry that some of the goals and objectives outlined within the document would be placed on indefinite hold due to a lack of funding. Our city cannot afford to stay stagnant. We need to keep working to make our goals into … read more
An un-kept atmosphere and sidewalks littered with trash used to be what greeted people traveling down Hoover Street. Now, for two miles between Garden Grove Blvd. and Bolsa Ave., drivers, bikers and pedestrians see a beautifully landscaped recreation corridor where families play together in safety. When I began my journey down Hoover Street, it was being used as a garbage dump, with large items, garbage bags, and clothing littered everywhere. Overgrown vegetation had begun to consume the bike trail with … read more