Tyler M. Diep

Tyler M. DiepPresident Pro Tem
Director Tyler M. Diep
Term: 2014-2018
Phone: (714) 893-3553
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Director Tyler M. Diep was first elected to the Board of Directors for Midway City Sanitary District in November of 2006 and re-elected in 2010. He ran unopposed for re-election in 2014. As a taxpayer watchdog, he is committed to keeping sewage and trash collection fees low while providing the best quality of services to the residents of Westminster and Midway City.

After the annual Board reorganization that took place on December 2016, Diep was unanimously chosen to serve as Board President.

In 2012, Tyler successfully secured the support of his sanitary district colleagues to represent them on the Orange County Sanitation District. He served in this position until December 2015.

Tyler Diep is also serving on the Westminster City Council. During this period, he built a reputation as a thorough person with a keen understanding of the financial issues of the City of Westminster. In 2011, his city council colleagues also appointed Tyler to the Orange County Fire Authority where he served for nearly two years.

He served as Mayor Pro Tem in 2012 and was chosen to serve in this position again in 2017.

Professionally, Tyler serves as Senior Advisor to the State Board of Equalization (BOE), an agency that is charged with collecting sales tax. In this position, he is responsible for minority business outreach and local governments. Before his current position with the BOE, Tyler was a Senior Field Representative to then-Assemblyman Van Tran.

Director Diep and his family resettled in Southern California from Vietnam in 1991.  Determined to be a responsible citizen in his new adopted country, Tyler joined the Boy Scouts of America movement and immersed himself in many community service activities. Heavily involved with campus activism during his college years, Tyler was selected by his peers as President Pro Tem of the student body council, which oversees an annual budget of nearly $20 million. 

He currently holds a Bachelors Degree in Public Administration from California State University, San Diego.